Flixbus – Cheap And Comfortable Coach Travel In Europe

Flixbus is a mobility provider in Europe, it is the largest intercity bus network in Europe. With a user-friendly booking system and an extensive route network, they offer travellers a way to travel Europe, no matter their budget.

The company was set up by three young entrepreneurs in Munich. Their goal was to make bus travel comfortable and affordable. And since starting out just in Germany, the company has grown – in 2015 they started to expand internationally. Now Flixbus connect over 2,000 destinations in 28 countries. There are over 300,000 connections per day, often departing every 30 minutes.

So what makes them so good? Flixbus coach travel starts from as little as £11, so they are the perfect choice for budget travellers. The coaches have large, comfortable seats, a toilet, Wifi and power outlets. Not only that, but 9 out of 10 coaches arrive on time. The efficient coaches also have a low carbon footprint, so the company is about as eco-friendly as coach travel can be.

If you’re not sure where to go, you can use the Flixbus Route Map to plan a trip. There’s plenty of places to visit on the map. And don’t forget to check out what offers they have on.

The Flixbus App makes travel even easier. On the app, you can buy tickets, get info on where your bus is and store your ticket on the app. Even more useful, you can find where each station is, so you will always be able to find where you need to be.

Personally, I have found the Flixbus App convenient, easy to use and have never had any issues. I have travelled with Flixbus a few times and have never been disappointed. The travel is cheap and the coaches comfy, what more could you ask for?

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Author Bio: Nat

I’m Nat, the backpacker behind natpacker. From the UK, I was bitten by the travel bug during a round the world trip in my early twenties. Since then I have been determined to see as much of this world as possible. My passion for travel led me to start up this blog, partly to record my adventures and partly to inspire others to travel.

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