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Tourist buses that deserves a ride in Europe

Bus Tour Holiday, London, UK, Upperdeck bus presentation

Tourist buses are an easy way to reach the most important sights of a city. If you want to visit as many attractions, tourist bus can take you from one to another with the same ticket in one day or two days. Find out tourist buses in Europe worth a walk.


Bus Tour in Rome

Rome sightseeing bus operates 365 days a year and offers passengers a choice for a ticket a day or two days. On board audio system works in 6 languages which offer travel information to passengers. A complete tour Rome sightseeing bus takes about an hour and a half and two hours. The starting point is Termini station and the end point is the Via Barberini station Barberini.


Tourist bus in Vienna

Vienna has a spectacular architecture which can be admired best from above. Vienna's tour bus has a route with 15 stops in the most important points of the city. Tourists can travel by these buses since 10:00, up and down as many times as they want in a day. Like any tourist bus at the Vienna offers its passengers information in several languages.


Tourist bus in Barcelona

Barcelona's tourist bus is not less than 3 routes to explore the city: Route red, green and blue. The route includes 45 stations in the most interesting places in Barcelona. For example, the Sagrada Familia can choose the route which crosses the city from north to south. One advantage of this is that a tourist bus routes are interconnected. Thus, tourists can take a bus to another.


Bus travel in London

The London sightseeing bus is among the most famous in Europe. Ticket for this bus includes a cruise on the Thames and free pedestrian tours. In addition, children receive a Kids Club on Route red and blue, with free activities specially designed for children. Buses depart every 15 or 20 minutes, starting at 8:30.


Bus Tour in Berlin

Berlin's tour bus has two floors, the upper being outdoors. The route includes 16 stations and departures are every 10 or 15 minutes, depending on the season. A complete tour lasts 2 hours, during which passengers can listen to information in 13 languages. A ticket is valid for 48 hours from the first use.


Bus Tour in Dublin

One of the simplest ways to explore Dublin is by tour bus. This is a route with 20 stations in major tourist attractions such as Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse, and Old Jameson Distillery. A tour of Dublin bus ticket is valid for 24 hours. Complete route can be covered in an hour and a half. The first bus leaves at 9:15 or 9:30 am depending on the month of the year.