Buses to Italy from Europe

There are long-distance bus services to Italy from elsewhere in Europe... but why?

The train is far faster and easier, and a flight on a low-cost carrier will be not only way faster but often cheaper.

My rule of thumb: Any trip that will take up to around six hours by train should be taken by train.

Any trip longer than that, just hop a cheap, no-frills airline flight.

That said, some prefer to travel by long-distance coach, and the best way to do that in Europe is with Eurolines (www.eurolines.com), which offers point-to-point tickets as well as multi-ride bus passes.

You can find a few other options at ibus.it.

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