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Surprinsingly enough, different national version of the Eurolines websites offer different type of information : the timetable page on the British site, on the German site and on the Spanish site provide you a bunch of timetable you can download which might look like what you are looking for. Please note that on the website from a given country, I only ...
Public transit is often managed by local governments and therefore lines end at the border of their territory. I suppose the train continues to Italy for international cooperation or historical reason (also simply because there is a need for public transit). But other transit systems don't go as far as Italy, buses are managed by the Departement des Alpes ...
They made a press release in 2010 about this service. The advertised domain for this service, specially targeted at backpackers, does not exist anymore, so I would assume this service is discontinued. If you are willing to pay a bit more (¥2,700), you can use the Airport limousine bus to bring you from Narita to Asakusa.
In many European countries private bus operators are not allowed to compete with the public transportation system. This is the case in France, Switzerland, and the Benelux countries. This means that a bus operator like Eurolines cannot transport people within those countries, even though their buses might have several stops. In Germany the ban on domestic ...
There is Bus 905 from Ventimiglia to Menton, but it works only during daytime http://www.cg06.fr/cms/cg06/upload/servir-les-habitants/fr/files/905.pdf So the Itinerary becomes bus 905, 100 and then 200. The ticket cost is 1,5 euro each, so this brings the total price to 4,5 Euros
I use the (Android) app London Transport Pro for things like this. (free version: London Transport Live) It's basically Google Maps, but with every bus stop shown for browsing. Prod a bus stop, and it tells you what buses are arriving there, when they are expected to arrive (live info), and where they go (I don't think Citymapper lets you browse bus stops ...
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