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IDbus, Sofia Bus and Megabus all have a bus line between Amsterdam and Brussels. If you want to find the schedule with the cheapest price, check out Busbud Amsterdam Brussels route. Best deals start at 15€ from what I read.


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You may not find all the routes but busbud.com has departures from Poland and allows you to check busses and book them online. Hope it helps


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This might not include private bus operators, but is worth a try: http://en.e-podroznik.pl/


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Without local knowledge, it's hard to answer, but, the internets can come to your rescue. It seems you have to switch busses in Ruse: http://www.rome2rio.com/s/Bucharest/Istanbul


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I can't recommend the buses to anyone. They often get stuck in traffic, making it a tedious journey. I personally find hitchhiking more pleasant. But, if you make this journey regularly there are two good ways to spend much less on the train: use the Belgian Rail Pass. This gives you 10 rides in Belgium for one year. You can use one Pass with several ...


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It does not cover all the regular busses in the country but postbus.at is the main operator and does operate busses you could use. Unfortunately, it's not a part of the national train company (ÖBB) and the website therefore also includes trains, which is why busses do not show up in the search results for this particular journey… rome2rio is another site ...


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When I lived in London, the joke was that no night bus was ever boring. There might be partiers, revellers, half-comatose drunkards, couples, drunkards being ill, fights, arguments, tears - but never boredom. Saying that, I never once felt unsafe. I too travelled to various airports including Heathrow on night buses, with a big backpack. You could also ...


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This definitely works: Uyuni to Calama, Calama to San Pedro de Atacama, San Pedro to Salta, Salta to Iguazu. This probably works: Uyuni to Sucre or Potosi, Sucre or Potosi to Asuncion, Asuncion to Iguazu. It won't be to easy to get timetables online for Bolivia or Paraguay. You will just have to go. :)


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I'd put it differently. Let's say that there aren't any places to sit between the front door and the turnstile. This way, there is less room for people to stay before paying, which is a process that takes time. If there is a line, people will take longer to get in the bus, and the bus will take longer to be able to close the door and leave. Thus, to make the ...


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SNCF Rhône-Alpes runs TER line 61 between Grenoble and Valence; the trip takes a little over an hour and the trains run approximately hourly. There are also buses, but they go to Valence TGV far outside the city; you then have to take another bus into the city. Due to the strike, there is limited service. At the moment few of the trains are announced to be ...


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I have it on good authority (multiple sources) that there have not been passenger services between Calama and Bolivia since 2009. However, I also have it on not-so-good authority (conflicting sources) that goods services are still running. And I myself have seen locomotives move back and forth at the border.


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We recently added a lot of routes from Brazil here at Busbud. You can travel across Brazil by booking bus tickets via our platform. You can compare companies, prices and schedules, some of these trips are very long, 50 hours for Sao Paulo - Fortaleza! The Brazilian Gringo will give you more tips about travelling by bus in Brazil on his blog. You can browse ...



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