The coach company Marino Autolinee has been operating bus routes in Italy since 1957. The first bus connection on offer was a route from Irsina to Taccone. Today’s bus network focuses on the lucan region and bus stops in Apulia featuring connections in numerous northern Italian cities. Commuters in particular benefit from the coach company’s decision to offer more and more weekday connections. As of recently, the coach company also provides cross-border bus connections. Marino Autolinee makes use of modern and comfortable buses with free WiFi access and large legroom. Costumers of Marino Autolinee can currently book tickets for bus connections serving coach stations and bus stops in cities.
Insider Tips: Suitcases and hand-luggage are allowed to be taken on board for free. Modifications of the booking are available until up to 18 hours prior to departure and in exchange for an extra fee of about £4. Marino Autolinee also offers special deals from time to time, such as a combi-ticket including the bus ride as well as the entrance fee to the Expo 2015 in Milan. Children older than 14 years can travel independently when in possession of a consent form signed by their parents.
Information on Marino Autolinee on-board features and services
- WiFi on Board
- Compartments for hand-luggage
- Luggage transportation