Austria can also be reached by bus. Eurolines is the main operator that offers bus services in Austria from international destinations.
Most of the buses operated by Eurolines pass through Vienna; however, they halt at 14 stops in Austria. These stops include Graz, Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Klagenfurt. Eurolines operates buses to and from Victoria coach station in London to Vienna. In addition, buses are also available to Prague.
Another bus company that operates buses to Austria is Busabout. This bus line covers 35 cities all across Europe including Vienna and Salzburg in Austria. Besides Eurolines, PostBus, Ecolines and Orangeways are some of the other operators that run buses from international destinations to Vienna.
Eurolines buses operating between London and Vienna take around 23 hours for the journey. Operating for five to seven days every week, the fare charged for one way trip is $119.22, while for return journey, the fare is $221.42. Travellers above 60 years or under 26 can avail a 10% discount on the bus fares.
Eurolines buses operating between Prague and Vienna take around 6 hours for the journey and have services available from 8 am to 5 pm daily. The fare charged for one way journey is $31.22.
Busabout, which is a London based firm, runs buses in 35 cities all across Europe, covering Vienna and Salzburg. This bus line splits into three different loops. The Northern Loop is available from May to September that commences from Paris and includes Austrian cities such as Vienna and Salzburg as well as St Johann in Tyrol. This loop also covers Prague in the Czech Republic and several other German cities.
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