German bus company Flixbus to start trips from Baltics on July 16
The German bus company Flixbus will launch international travel routes on July 16 from the Baltics to Eastern and Western European cities. The company's start date has been postponed due to coronavirus.
Flixbus' new routes will depart from Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius and Kaunas. Among the destinations are both Warsaw and Berlin, the company said.
To start with there will be 19 destinations and Flixbus offers onward travel to 100 destinations in Poland, Western and Southern Europe.
In the Baltics, the main transport partner of Flixbus' routes is the Lithuanian bus company Ollex. The new route from Vilnius to Berlin through Warsaw is managed by the Polish partner Zak Express.
Customers must follow coronavirus rules about personal hygiene. Vehicles will be disinfected after each trip.
The bus can only be entered through the back door and a distance of two meters must be maintained when entering.
Flixbus is one of the largest long-distance bus operators in Europe. At the same time.
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Editor: Helen Wright