Eurolines Bus Ticket Booking

Eurolines Bus Tickets official website

How to book cheap bus tickets on the Eurolines website

To find and book cheap Eurolines bus tickets on the official website, just fill out the search form and indicate:

  • Departure city
  • City of arrival
  • Departure date
  • Number of passengers
  • Click on the «Search» button.
  • In a couple of seconds, the search system will show you the availability of available seats and you can book Eurolines bus tickets online on the official website.
  • You can also find out bus timetables in the same way.
  • You can pay for bus tickets in any way convenient for you, for example, using a bank card.
  • Immediately after payment, Eurolines bus tickets will be sent to your e-mail.
  • When boarding a Eurolines bus, you must present a ticket on your mobile phone screen and an original ID.

Eurolines company contacts

Year of foundation 1985
Main services International and intercity bus services in the following countries: Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Morocco, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, UK
Address Eurolines office in Vilnius: Sodų st. 22, Vilnius, Lithuania;
Eurolines office in Kaunas: Vytauto ave. 24, Kaunas, Lithuania.
Phones Vilnius: +370 612 88 984
Kaunas: +370 37 32 22 22
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
Eurolines official website in English:

History of the Eurolines bus company

Eurolines is a prominent brand of intercity bus services owned by an international non-profit organization established under Belgian law. This collaborative venture encompasses various partner bus companies offering extensive coverage throughout Europe and Morocco.

Founding and Origins

Eurolines had its inception in 1985, but its roots trace back to the Europabus brand network initiated by the Union des Services Routiers des Chemins de Fer Européens (URF), a consortium comprising 11 European national railway companies. This pioneering network was established in 1951, laying the foundation for what would become Eurolines.

Notable Developments

  1. 2010: A significant event in Eurolines’ history occurred when Lux Express, a partner within the network, withdrew from the Eurolines network.
  2. January 2018: National Express Coaches, a prominent member of Eurolines, decided to discontinue its participation in the network, instead forming a partnership with Ouibus.
  3. April 2019: Eurolines underwent substantial changes as operating businesses in France, The Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic, and Spain, along with the Isilines brand, previously owned by Veolia Transport and later Transdev, were acquired by Flixbus. This marked a significant transformation in Eurolines’ ownership structure.
  4. July 2020: Eurolines operators in France faced compulsory liquidation as decreed by a French court. However, Eurolines operators in other countries, including Germany, Austria, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia, continued their operations.

Structure and Operations

Eurolines functions as an association of companies that collectively provide long-distance passenger bus services across Europe and Morocco. As of 2006, this association consisted of 32 member companies, all operating under the Eurolines brand and adhering to shared quality standards and terms of service.

Eurolines’ ticket sales centers are typically strategically located in city centers, near major bus and train stations, to facilitate ease of access for passengers. The buses employed by Eurolines are modern intercity (tourist) class vehicles that prioritize passenger comfort.

Operators within the Eurolines Network

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina: Centrotrans Eurolines
  • Croatia: Eurolines Autotrans by Arriva
  • Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania: Eurolines Lithuania
  • Ireland: Bus Éireann, operator of Expressway Eurolines
  • Switzerland: Autourisme Léman SA (ALSA) and Eggmann Frey AG
  • Serbia: Lasta Beograd

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