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Jadrolinija (http://www.jadrolinija.hr/) the main ferry provider in Croatia only runs Korcula to Dubrovnik June - September. If you go to the link above, the first field is date, the second is port of origin and third field is port where you want to go. If you select a date in Oct you will notice Dubrovnik is no longer an option. However Kapetan Luka ...
Just to respond to a few of your concerns... Most Greyhound stations are relatively small, so finding your way around is not that hard. If the doors/gates are not clearly marked, ask! In the smaller stations, (which may be gas stations or truck stops) the person behind the counter is usually a local expert on Greyhound and often more helpful than the ...
There is a map which shows all destinations which can be reached from a city at busliniensuche.de.
Since there are only a few bus lines with a large network, it makes sense to just look at their route maps and pick some destination that does not require a transfer: Here are some links: https://www.flixbus.de/sites/default/files/flixbus-fernbusverbindungen.pdf https://www.adac-postbus.de/Haltestellen/
The site for Eurolines lets you select the city in which you start your trip from a dropdown list, then it shows the favorite destinations by bus. You can try that but I am not sure you will find your city in the quick list. https://www.eurolines.de/en The list is in the inferior left corner of the site. Good luck!
Well, if train is not an option you can take a bus. This company: http://marina.autogari.ro/index.php runs buses from Bucharest at 17:00, arriving 05:00 next day. Be warned however that if you find trains a bad option then you might not like this bus either. Here is a testimony from another site: ...
if at any point you are in Northern Ireland, Translink has all of their fares on their website, so you know in advance exactly how much a journey will cost - http://www.translink.co.uk/Fares/
An option is Busbud. They actually post occasionally on this site. For example, you can use it to see prices across a week for a trip from London to Manchester and it will show fares from multiple companies, giving you a comparison and choice. So I would argue there are obvious choices, once you know about them ;)
I would add to Liam's excellent answer above: http://www.transportdirect.info/, a Government funded transport website, sometimes has fare information for local bus services. You can work out an arbitarily complex journey and click "Tickets/Costs" and it will attempt to give you an idea of the costs. If it can't, it will point you towards a relevant website ...
Since privatisation in the 80s/90s UK bus services are run by a vastly complicated array of private companies with overlapping and disparate jurisdictions, journeys, fares and services. Local services are run by many, many companies, often with overlapping routes. Sometimes the same route will be run by two companies! There are also national services ...
Willers express services are great . Exactly on time ! They stop every 1-2 hours on the way too ! Great bus . I was travelling with Willers express recently , see pictures and other info on my post :http://www.parrotfishjourney.com/latest-post/willer-s-express-bus-japan-shinjuku-sumitomo-bldg
As per the question my guess was you might traveled at reserved coaches of train,you could get the info from the local railway junction ,they usually keeps the reservation data backup for nearly 30 days.Other than searching on face book you could browse some of the text written over there at pages of book. the other possible probabilities were : Find any ...
National Express from Heathrow Airport are long-distance coach services. They do run services to London's Victoria Coach station from Heathrow, but all National Express coaches are single-decker. The image you are seeing of a double-decker bus at the bottom of the National Express coach website is a link to their partner company, National Express Buses, ...
I've been offered train connections (rather than bus) in two intra-German cases with Lufthansa where the flight was cancelled, but a good ICE (high speed train) connection between the two cities exist. Basically airline staff gave me the choice: be re-booked for next day, or take the train and arrive a few hours late. (The fact that Lufthansa often ...
I have been offered a bus ride between Basel and Zurich (along with 50 or so other passengers) to catch a flight to my final destination after a cancellation by SWISS so there is no taboo against that. They organized it pretty quickly as well, so they were apparently ready for that, should the need arise. I guess each airline will make specific decisions ...
According to this page, if you are using Greyhound and you are buying a ticket online, you will need photo identification. Therefore, I believe that your birth certificate will not be enough. Here is the relevant excerpt (emphasis is mine): Each passenger must present a ticket and a valid photo ID to board the bus.
Wikitravel is your source for this. You can get to central London by: rail: The airport has its own railway station "Luton Airport Parkway", and is served by trains 24 hours a day from Central London using "First Capital Connect Trains" and connects with St Pancras International. There are up to 10 trains an hour, depending on the time of day. ...
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