One of the biggest European bus companies, FlixBus will start operating in Serbia today. FlixBus will service the line from Belgrade to two thousand locations in 28 European countries.
Belgrade will be the first starting point for this company in Serbia, the representative office of the company for Central and Eastern Europe, located in Zagreb, says.
Flixbus operates through an application that allows online seat reservation, and one of the reasons for its rapid growth are competitive prices. The first international lines will be launched today from Belgrade and will connect the capital of Serbia directly with several destinations in Croatia and Slovenia.
With three departures a day and one at night, you can travel daily from Belgrade to Zagreb and Ljubljana, with prices starting from 999 dinars per tickets.
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The FlixBus’ buses will connect Belgrade with Dalmatia, Istria and Kvarner, including Biograd, Vodice, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Rijeka, Opatija, Rovinj and Pula.
Direct bus service from Belgrade and Novi Sad to Budapest is also being prepared.
Tickets will be available for purchase through the company’s website and can be paid for in local currency via a free mobile application, or at 200 sales points throughout Serbia.
FlixBus covers 350,000 bus routes per day, connects 2,000 destinations in 28 European countries and is also Europe’s largest long-distance bus route network. The company started as a start-up in 2013 after the liberalisation of the German market. In 2016, it opened a regional representative office in Zagreb.
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