Unlike airlines, buses and trains often have generous luggage allowances that don’t come at an extra cost. Company policies do vary so it is best to check with the company to be on the safe side. However, the general rule is that you are allowed a bigger bag to go in the hold and a smaller bag, one that fit above or underneath the seat.
Collecting Tickets and Pre-boarding
Getting Your Ticket:If your ticket is a mobile ticket—don’t worry our partner will let you know—then all you need to do before getting on your bus or train is make sure you can access it to show it to the driver. If your ticket is not a mobile ticket then you’ll need to make sure you’ve downloaded or printed the pdf of your ticket prior to departure. Then just make sure you have your ticket on hand when you board the bus or train so you can show it to the driver or inspector.
Buying a Bus Ticket
Booking a bus or train ticket is easy with our Partner. Once you know your route simply put the departure and arrivals points—along with date you wish to travel—into the search and within seconds you’ll be given plenty of options, meaning you can pick the journey that suits you best. Then just follow the simple steps and within a few minutes, you’ll have your ticket for your trip!