BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – After a three-month corona break, consumers have another travel option available from this Wednesday: The company Blablabus is starting its long-distance bus trips in Berlin, among other places, at the start of the summer vacation, as the company announced.
For the time being, eleven German cities would be visited, including up to 17 times a day in Hamburg and the capital. From July 9th, further destinations in Germany and other European countries are to be added, such as Amsterdam, Prague and Paris. In order to comply with the hygiene regulations, only every second seat can be booked per bus.
The Blablabus brand belongs to the French company Comuto, which is best known for the Blablacar ride sharing app, which allows consumers to join together for ride sharing. Around a year ago, the company also entered the long-distance bus market, where it competes with market leader Flixbus. The big competitor has been on the road again since the end of May. / Maa / DP / zb