City break Berlin

Mostly known for its painful war history, Berlin is now a modern, cosmopolitan city. With 3.6 million inhabitants, this German capital is also the largest city in Germany and second largest in the EU. However, thanks to organized public transport and a lot of parks, gardens and lakes, the city doesn’t seem so crowded at […]

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Copenhagen – Berlin

With the increasing popularity of Berlin as a city break destination, the bus route between Copenhagen and Berlin has grown to been one of the most popular international bus routes driving from Denmark. The travel shortest travel route between the cities is about 440 km, this route include the ferry transfer from Rødby to Puttgarten. […]

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New bus route Frankfurt – Dubrovnik

As of 1 April we will have new route between Germany and Croatia online, In Germany the route is available from the following cities: Frankfurt, Mannheim, Karlsruhe, Pforzheim, Stuttgart, Ulm and Munich, on the way to Croatia the bus also stops in Ljubljana and Salzburg. In Croatia the following destinations are available: Zagreb, Zadar, Vodice, […]

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Hamburg ZOB

Bus Hamburg

As a city of approximately 1.7 million inhabitants, Hamburg has an extensive traffic network which consists of buses, trains, subway, rapid rail as well as ferries. Public transport in Hamburg Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) is the association in charge of Hamburg’s public transport. The most important means of public transport is the U-Bahn (subway) and the […]

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