The 3 amazing cities in Europe you can now travel to by coach from Bristol from as little as £20

You can travel from Bristol to Amsterdam by coach from next month (Photo: Adobe Stock)You can travel from Bristol to Amsterdam by coach from next month (Photo: Adobe Stock)
You can travel from Bristol to Amsterdam by coach from next month (Photo: Adobe Stock)

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FlixBus will operate services five days a week from July 21

FlixBus has launched new coach services between Bristol and three major European cities for the first time from next month.

The fast-growing coach brand will begin operating services five days a week from Bristol to Bruges, Rotterdam and Amsterdam from July 21, all travelling via London.

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Tickets from Bristol to Amsterdam and Rotterdam start at £27.99, while Bruges starts from just £19.99. These services will be operated through FlixBus partner, Turners, a long-established Bristol coach business.

The company is also extending its services from Bristol to Plymouth into the South West, now covering Newquay, Hayle and Penzance for the summer season. This route will operate twice daily from 20 July,operated by Berrys Coaches.

FlixBus recently celebrated its tenth birthday, but only launched its presence in the UK two years ago. Since then, the sustainable, affordable travel company now boasts more than 50 UK destinations on its network, alongside regular services into the continent.

FlixBus offers free wi-fi, onboard charging points and luggage, all part of the ticket price.

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Andreas Schorling, Managing Director of FlixBus UK, said: “Summer travel just became more affordable and sustainable than ever thanks to our new international and domestic routes.

“We’re building the largest coach network in the country and as part of our unique offering, we’ll become first coach provider offering regular scheduled services from Bristol into some of Europe’s most popular destinations.

“Travelling with FlixBus is good for the wallet as well as the planet - just last year, passengers to avoid more than 800,000 tonnes of CO2 by choosing FlixBus services over cars or planes. What’s more, direct journeys like these offer city to city transport without the hassle of airports or driving, so it’s a really comfortable and enjoyable travel experience.”

Tickets can be purchased from or the FlixBus App.

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