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Eurolines is no longer operating, but don't worry, there are still plenty of other options for intercity buses and trains in Europe. Check out alternative travel options below.

About Eurolines

In 1985, several private European long-distance bus companies merged to form the Eurolines network. More than 30 bus companies offered a transnational long-distance bus network covering the whole of Europe, including Morocco, and covering 700 different destinations in 32 countries. The international association, whose full name was "Eurolines Organization", was based in Brussels and lived up to its motto "Your connection throughout Europe".

 


 

 

Eurolines alternatives

There are plenty of other options for intercity buses and trains in Europe. Here are some other alternatives we sell.

Intercity buses in Europe

FlixBus
Europe's largest low-cost bus operator

BlaBlaCar Bus
Long-distance bus service in France, Germany and the Benelux

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Trains in Europe

Eurostar

International high-speed service connecting the UK with France, Belgium, and the Netherlands

Thalys
International high-speed service running between France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands

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Eurolines - Europe's largest long-distance bus network

The Eurolines network brought together 30 of the most prestigious coach companies, including National Express, Transdev and Deutsche Touring. The dense network extended from Portugal in the West and Morocco in the South to Russia in the East and Norway in the North. Tourists could travel from Portugal to Russia or from Greece to Norway comfortably on a budget.

Safe travels with Eurolines

Eurolines’ safety regulations corresponded to the ones of the countries visited and also to those of the European Union. The individual companies of the association had international certifications such as ISO and many were awarded the high standard, such as the Spanish coach ALSA with the European Quality Award of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM). All long-distance buses had comfortable reclining seats, toilets, WiFi and various comfort levels.

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