There’s more to European travel than just air and rail. With a comfortable seat on a comfy coach, you can see some of Europe’s most beautiful destinations without the expense or inconvenience of air and rail travel.
With coaches serving over 500 destinations throughout Europe, nowhere is out of reach for the savvy bus traveller.
Read on to learn about three European cities that are ideal for travellers making their way around the continent by coach.
It’s been said that holiday fun is in the journey, rather than the destination. Surrounded by some of Switzerland’s most impressive scenery, Geneva is a city that takes both man-made and natural beauty to a whole new level.
Enjoy a relaxing day by the lake or visit one of the city’s many museums. Thanks to its fantastic public transportation network, Geneva is one of Europe’s best cities for coach visitors that don’t want to rent their own car, or rely on inner-city buses.
We highly recommend Switzerland for its majestic mountain peaks, panoramic views, beautiful tranquil blue lakes; and world-famous railway journeys, including the spectacular Glacier Express.
Prague, Czech Republic
Situated in the heart of Europe, Prague is one of the continent’s most popular cities for road travellers. Boasting a magnificent skyline made up of historical buildings, a fantastic nightlife scene, and a truly amazing atmosphere, Prague is one of Europe’s most popular destinations for many good reasons.
Easily accessible by coach from both Southern and Northern Europe, Prague’s easy-to-reach location makes it a great stopover destination for bus travellers. Pack your best outfit and enjoy this cosmopolitan city’s fantastic nightlife and dining scene.
In the day, enjoy a guided city tour visiting the stunning medieval castles, bridges, cathedrals and cobbled lanes.
Sure, it’s one of Europe’s most popular cities for tourists, but that doesn’t make it a bad destination. Thanks to its beautiful monuments, stunning architecture, and rich range of cultural and artistic attractions, it’s easy to see why Paris is one of the most popular destinations in the world for travellers.
Whether you’re planning a quick getaway or a lengthy trip, Paris’s central location in France and its convenience for UK-based travellers makes it one of Europe’s best places to begin your coach journey.
What better way to start your European holiday than visiting the infamous Eiffel Tower and the beautiful Champs Elysées? Go for a gentle stroll down the cobbled streets and take a romantic boat ride down the winding River Seine. Perfect.
This article was written by Shearings, one of Europe’s top travel agencies. Visit their website today at www.shearings.com to learn more about Europe’s top coach destinations.