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The bus system in Poland is split based on distances the buses serve: urban (local, city) buses, regional buses, domestic intercity buses and international intercity buses. Urban and regional bus are well organized, most all information can be found as previously mentioned at jakdojade.com. Regarding intercity buses, there are hundreds upon hundreds of ...


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As @neubery commented, the London bus map is divided into six reasonably sized spider-maps, namely, Central London Bus Map Central London Night Bus Map North-West London Bus Map North-East London Bus Map South-East London Bust Map South-West London Bust Map You could simply download the relevant PDFs on your phone, zoom in and plan your journey yourself. ...


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Although this is a little bit old question, but I'll put this answer here for future reference. http://jakdojade.com My polish friends suggested it to me. I used it in Krakow and Warsaw and it was pretty much accurate, It has all buses and trams table times, and the mobile app has navigation option too.


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By road yes, that is the only option I´m aware of, but be aware it is a 12 hour trip by road. If your budget allows it I´d definetly consider taking a flight. Volaris is a low cost carrier that offers flights from Villahermosa to Mexico City


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Assuming you're only interested in the US version of Megabus, given the route mentioned, then their homepage lists that they've transported over 40 million passengers so far! Given that, the answer to your main question is: Yes Large numbers of people have used Megabus! In terms of your edit asking if it's dangerous, the answer is "not really". You can ...


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If there's a bus terminal where you can buy a ticket, even if it's inside a store or restaurant or gas station, there should be at least a chair or bench to wait inside, I've seen some. This is Canada, no one would expect paying bus passengers to wait outside in the cold for their bus to arrive. And if it's -20C (or -30C, -45C, pick an extreme) it could be ...


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It should be no problem. The convenience store will have an arrangement with the bus company to receive their passengers. They know that a good portion of them will buy things, but there is no requirement for you to spend money there. Also keep in mind that at most of these stops, the buses will refuel. This means a portion of your ticket price actually is ...


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Now there are buses in every 20 minutes from 5.15am to 5pm from kandy.from a,pura 4.45am to 5.15 pm.there normal 3 buses in route 43 and other buses in route 42.most effective normal bus i have seen is gampola-anuradhpura ctb bus from a.pura depot.if u wish to take it from gampola 12.30pm,kandy 2pm reach a,pura at 5.45-6.10pm.i dont know the time from ...


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There are buses from Santa Cruz to San Matias in Eastern Bolivia, on the border to Brazil. It takes around 15-18 hours on dirt roads. Once in Mato Grosso (on your way to Cáceres) the roads are very good and modern. You won't easily find information on buses online, just go to the bus terminal once you're there in Santa Cruz and buy your ticket. Don't plan ...



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