As a salesman, I travel every week in the West of France. During my last trip between Paris and St-Brieuc, the train was more than 3 hours late. Impossible to get clear information from SNCF. I contacted Kombo about this delay and they gave me a clear answer and a quick refundMarc
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Finding a bus ticket from Amsterdam to Marseille is not so simple because many bus companies do not offer direct trips to every destination. Fortunately, Kombo has developed a search engine that can combine routes of different buses from different bus operators to generate a map to a specific destination. The good news for you is that you will be able to find cheap bus tickets between Amsterdam and Marseille.
For this trip, bus stops are mainly in Paris, Lille, Brussels, Charles de Gaulle Airport CDG. There are a total of 15 towns in which bus transfers are possible. In the best-case scenarios,bus transfers will be at Paris, for a 6h 22min trip for a minimum budget of 26,98USD. Otherwise, you can also go through Lille, even if it will a little bit longer (7h 56min). This will cost at least €22,99. An interesting option is that you can also make a bus transfer at Brussels. The first tickets' prices are at €49,98 for a 8h 06min trip (bus transfer fee included).
The bus from Amsterdam to Marseille is an excellent means of transport. First of all, its price is generally unbeatable. On average, the bus trip will take 6h 22min on the 1011 km between Amsterdam and Marseille. On Kombo, you can compare bus with train and carpooling from Blablacar. This way you will be guaranteed the best price with a duration that suits you. Know that the majority of the buses allow you to benefit from a free WiFi Internet connection. You will find this information in the results of search. For your journey Amsterdam - Marseille, think about the nightbus which are often cheaper and save you a night in a hotel. For a return trip on holiday, the night bus will also prove convenient to make the most of Marseille. Night bus timetables Amsterdam - Marseille are less frequent than for day trips, but there are more than for night trains, for example.
To pay your bus ticket to Marseille cheaper, we advise you to book directly on Kombo. First of all, you will be guaranteed to have a seat, because the buses can quickly be full on certain routes. And secondly, you will be able to pay less, since we compare the prices of all companies. Finally, you will sometimes be able to benefit from a coupon code whether it is for Blablabus (new name of Ouibus), Flixbus or Alsa. You can compare with the train as well. Our advice: book early, it's always cheaper!
Once you have your bus ticket, there is no need to print it out. However, remember to charge your phone, as you will need to show the ticket on your smartphone screen.
Depending on the different bus companies available, the ways of cancelling tickets and related conditions may vary. Some allow you to do so directly on their website. For others, it is requested to contact them by email or by phone. Today, Kombo is not authorized to cancel or exchange bus tickets sold on its site. For BlaBlaBus and Flixbus, you will have to do it directly on their site. However, we won't let you down, and we have prepared a guide to know how to cancel your bus tickets easily.
You will arrive at these bus stations To Marseille:
Rue Jacques Bory
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