Sunday, 08. December 2013 - 00:12
08. 08. 12. - 15:00
Westbus is expanding its routes on offer from today offering passengers the chance to travel to Berlin via Dresden in just nine hours.
"No other metropolis is so inviting for shopping, culture and flair in summer. We are happy to announce we now offer an adult ticket to Berlin for just 55 Euro each way," said Paul Blaguss from WESTbus.
It is not just Berlin on offer, more services to Bratislava are also on offer. From 06.08.2012 services to Bratislava will operate 13 times a day, an increase of two routes per day.
A new route is also Salzburg to Prague, which runs twice daily and costs 29 Euro for adults, and kids aged 6-14 pay 2 Euros, and under 6 kids travel free.
Tickets can be booked easily and quickly online at: www.westbus.at
Combi tickets can also be bought. For example form Salzburg to Linz with WESTbahn then Linz to Prague with WESTbus and return.
Paul Blaguss said: "The new combi tickets for WESTbahn and WESTbus are particularly customer friendly. It is completely easy to use and easy to find the right combination.
WESTbus currently operates between Klagenfurt, Vienna, Graz, Linz, St Michael, Budapest, Prague, Budweis, Bratislava, Zagreb, Dresden and Berlin.
The buses have free wireless internet as well as 15 plug sockets, large leg room and comfortable seats.
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