Convenient international bus traffic attracts increasingly more travellers

Tiresome rides in hot and dusty buses have long been history. International bus routes in the Baltics have a lot to offer.

In the first six months this year, the number of passengers riding express routes with coach operator Lux Express buses to Central Europe increased by nearly 25 %. The number of passengers travelling between Tallinn and Riga, as well as Helsinki and St. Petersburg increased by 11.6 %, and in the Baltic countries - by 11%.

"Looking back at the first half of the year, we are pleased to have been able to offer routes to destinations that passengers were interested in, as well as high-quality service," says Lux Express Chairman of the Board Hannes Saarpuu.

Lux Express Group is one of the most experienced international bus operators in the Baltics, offering the largest number of routes to destinations within the Baltic countries and connections with Berlin, Warsaw, Prague, Budapest, and various other cities in Europe.

As the number of passengers continued to increase, Lux Express raised the frequency of connections with the Baltic capitals. At the moment, for instance, one can travel to Tallinn and back to Riga even nine times a day.

Lux Express renews its bus fleet on a regular basis, and has bought several new buses this year. Of these, the most remarkable are the Lux Express Special buses that travel between Riga and Moscow. The special buses feature adjustable seats, in rows of one or two on each side of the aisle.

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