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Adult (26 - 59)

Adult fares are applicable to all passengers aged between of 26 and 59 inclusive.


Child 0 – 12 inclusive

Children aged 12 or under travelling on any Eurolines service must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.
Unaccompanied children will not be carried


Young persons (13 – 25)

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to travel on any Eurolines service unless accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.
Young persons aged 16 or 17 years can travel alone on Eurolines services but only if they have a letter of authority from a parent or guardian.


Senior (60 and over)

Passengers aged 60 and over receive a small discount on Eurolines journeys.
On Eurolines journeys a 50% discount is given to carers, please call us on 08717 818177 to book.

 
Olympics 2012

Coaches to the Olympics 2012

The London 2012 Olympic Games will be held in London and across the UK from 27 July to 12 August 2012.

Eurolines have laid on enhanced coach services with increased frequencies to the games with some great value fares from countries across Europe especially from Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels.

You can now book services into London from these destinations, use the journey planner on left to book your journey.

If you are looking for coach travel to the Olympics within the UK please click here for more information.

Laterooms
Book a return journey & save even more pounds.

Eurolines coach services to Europe depart from Victoria Coach Station in London which is located close to Victoria Underground and Bus stations.

Travel with Eurolines. It's a no-brainer:

  • Competitive prices to a wide range of destinations.
  • Modern air-conditioned coaches, reclining seats, comfortable legroom and onboard toilets, and free Wi-Fi on London to Paris routes lets you stay social with your mates back home.
  • City centre to city centre travel, and easy onward connections.
  • It's the greenest way to see Europe. Travelling by Eurolines produces almost six times less carbon emissions than flying.