National Express announce dedicated FA Cup Final services National Express has announced it will operate dedicated services between Liverpool and Wembley for the FA Cup Final in light of the disrupted rail service to London. The dedicated coaches will depart Liverpool Coach Station at 10:15am on Saturday 5 May and travel direct to Wembley Stadium arriving at 2:30pm so fans can enjoy the pre-match build up. Scheduled engineering work in Edge Hill and between Crewe and Warrington have led train operators to cancel the majority of their services on May 5. Only three s...
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Autobusy do Polski
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Bus do Polski
by Bosomaniak, June 20th, 2020
in Sindbad - more further stops in the UK.
Bus from London to Poland and from Poland to UK
by Chris, March 23rd, 2020
in Coronavirus transport from the UK to Poland and from Poland to the UK.
Many people ask if they take their dog or cat on a coach. This means that there is a demand for...
by Ian Brown, September 19th, 2019
in Can we take dogs or cats on a coach? We get this a lot...
As we observe Eurolines has reduced its offer to certain areas of Europe. Unfortunately, there have been permanent cuts in the summer timetable. According to the Eurolines, the connections to Bosnia, Bulgaria and Russia have attracted very few UK customers in the past twelve months, as has also been the case to Dresden, and have been cut. Valmiera was removed from the Baltic schedule by Eurolines’ partners. In recent years it has become more and more of a challenge for the British Eurolines to maintain a credible commercial direct link from the UK to Lyon for E...
National Express reduces advanced fares to London for 2012 From today National Express has reduced its advanced coach fares between London and ten major cities across Britain to encourage more people to visit London this summer. Customers in locations such as Bournemouth, Bristol, Leeds and Manchester will now pay a maximum of £12 one way when they book 14 days in advance. In some locations fares have been cut by over 50% to create a simpler pricing structure for passengers looking for affordable travel this summer. Andrew Cleaves, Managing Director of National Express...
England and Welsh routes Pay no more than a fiver for Wednesday travel across England with megabus.com!Sid is showing what a big heart he has by capping prices at a fiver plus 50p booking for Wednesday travel all across England and Welsh routes! That’s why We Love Wednesdays at megabus.com!* For travel from the 16th April. Please note that we do not have an end date just yet but we will communicate this as soon as possible. European routes For the first 3 weeks of operation from 16th April 2012 megabus.com will be charging a maximum fare of £10 for journeys and a...
Over the next 12 months they'll be improving their coach services across the UK; reducing journey times, increasing frequencies and launching new services. Look at the details below. From Bath New daily services to; Cheltenham, Gloucester, Nottingham, Doncaster, Scarborough, Hull Additional daily service to; Bristol From Blackpool New daily services to; Wolverhampton, Bristol, Bridgwater, Taunton, Plymouth Additional 2 daily services to Birmingham, as part of new 6 times a day service Additional daily services to; Preston, Bolton, Manchester, Manchester...
We all now know that Megabus has introduced new routes to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. It should also be borne in mind that the carrier also has coaches to Ireland. Details below: London to Ireland with megabus.com Megabus in cooperation with the ferry operator Irish Ferries, provides services between London and Ireland. Those arn’t direct coaches, such as pre-existing connections provided by Eurolines. The Megabus coaches run from London to Pembroke Dock, with stops in Bristol, Bristol UWE, Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and Carmarthen. Upon arrival in Pembroke Dock, pa...
Direct coach links to the Edinburgh Zoo from West Scotland and Aberdeen Children can travel free, pre-arranged panda slots, discounted zoo entry The Panda Express will run on two routes: Ayr > Prestwick > Kilmarnock > East Kilbride > Hamilton > Motherwell > Edinburgh Aberdeen > Dundee > Glenrothes > Kirkcaldy > Edinburgh Scots can now catch the ‘Panda Express’ after transport group Stagecoach launched new coach links to help the thousands of visitors flocking to Edinburgh Zoo to see its latest stars. From Monday 27th Feb...
British long-distance buses and coaches terminate at the newly rebuilt and modernised Digbeth Coach Station in Birmingham. The City Centre isn’t far away from the station, it’s around a 5 minute walk from the station along Digbeth High Street.Digbeth Coach station has a ticket shop, cafés, small shop and other basic facilities. Toilets are available (30 pence per visit), vending machines (available 24/7), and an information desk.There are half-hourly (or more frequent) services from London (service 420), and services from most major cities (including Bristol, Cambridge...