Finding a cheap bus ticket is not always easy. It is indeed sometimes difficult to find one's way around with all the coach companies present in France. Indeed, ticket prices vary according to the season, the day of the week, the timetable, but also and above all according to how full the bus is. It's the game of supply and demand.
But then which bus company is really the cheapest right now? In reality, there is no company that is cheaper, because prices change all the time. That's why you have to go through Kombo to find the best prices.
To prove it, we have compared the prices of all coach trips over the next 7 days on 3 popular routes: Paris - Beauvais Airport, Paris - Brussels et Paris - Rennes.
Paris - Beauvais Airport
Paris - Brussels
from 8 à 15 €
from 8 à 64 €
Paris - Rennes
from 8 à 14 €
from 14 à 90 €
Would you like to know which bus company is the cheapest for the journey you are looking for? No problem, our search engine calculates in real time the best prices for each company, whatever the route. In the end, you are guaranteed to find a cheap bus ticket by staying on one website.
Travelling by bus in Europe has become simple with the liberalisation of the long-distance bus market.
As with most means of transport such as the train and airplane, the best way to find a cheap bus ticket is still to book your bus ticket in advance. Thanks to the analysis of several million long distance bus tickets, we advise you to book 3 weeks in advance in order to get the best prices for your tickets.
Our second trick is to use our search engine. Indeed our algorithm makes it possible to combine several companies on long distance routes. This allows you to pay on average 30% less while saving time during your connection.
You will have understood that the magic recipe to find a cheap bus ticket is to plan your trip in advance and compare prices of low cost bus companies like Flixbus, %URLBLABLABUS% or %URLALSA%. You can also opt for the night bus, which will not only save you a night in a hotel but also make your journey go faster.
The loi macron adopted in 2015 has made it possible to liberalise the bus market in France. New lines have seen the light of day such as the buses Paris-Bordeaux, the buses Paris-Lille or the buses Lyon-Grenoble. The monopoly of /en/bus-Saint-Exupery-Airport-LYS-Grenoble is over, replaced by Flixbus, %URLBLABLABUS% and Isilines. This competition brought down the prices of cheap bus travel in France and across Europe. The carpooling of Blablacar has also suffered from the new loi macron. Indeed, European coach operators offer intra-European journeys at unbeatable prices. This is notably the case of the English bus company National Express or the Italian bus company Baltour.