Monday, July 15, 2013

Finland by bus

There are lots of interesting cities and towns to visit in Finland. If you don’t have a car and find the train tickets a bit too pricy check out the bus connections.

One possibility is Onnibus. The company connects all mayor cities in Southern Finland and even operates connections to Oulu. You can buy the tickets from the driver or if you want to save some money buy your ticket online in advance. The price is based on the demand but can be as low as 3€ for each connection.

summer discounts by Onnibus


During the summer you can buy discount gift cards giving you a lot more value for your money (see picture). So if you are interested keep your eyes open in the center next to the Stockmann clock.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for your great information, the contents are quiet interesting.I will be waiting for your next post.new car deal uk

    ReplyDelete
  2. General society Bus framework in St-Petersburg is incredible! The city has a mind boggling arrangement of bus, trolleybuses, cable cars, taxis, unimportant taxicabs, marshrutkas (little transports) and the widely adored, the metro.

    ReplyDelete
  3. As I struggled towards the open side door of the car to release my luggage and backpack onto the backseat, I hear the front door creak with the sounding of footsteps, familiar voices and the aroma of toast, salted porage and coffee filling the morning air.

    ReplyDelete
  4. A bus is the most preferred means of transport for most people. It is not only the most convenient, but also the cheapest mode of transport. When traveling a short distance, or a longer one, one generally looks to cover the distance by a bus.More information

    ReplyDelete