In September 2015, French coach company iDBUS changed its name to OUIBUS. Owned by the French national rail company SNCF, OUIBUS offers affordable intercity bus services throughout France as well as internationally in several European countries. The company’s French network includes major cities, like Paris, Toulouse and Lyon as well as smaller cities, such as Bordeaux, Strasbourg and Tours. From London, the company offers direct connections to French cities. Even though the company changed its name, passengers can still enjoy the iDBUS on-board features, including the modern and disabled-friendly vehicles, which come with free Wi-Fi, electric sockets and other amenities. OUIBUS coaches connect 608 cities in several European countries, including France, Germany, Spain and Italy. All together, the coach company’s network amounts to 79635 bus connections.
Insider Tips: Upon boarding the coach, instead of presenting your ticket, you can show a valid ID. Children under the age of two can ride for half the price when travelling with their parents. OUIBUS offers special discounts for larger groups on bus journeys to major cities in France and other European countries. Furthermore, the coach company has special offers and deals on selected bus trips throughout the year.
Information on BlaBlaBus on-board features and services
- WiFi on Board
- Electric Sockets
- Extra legroom
- Compartments for hand-luggage
- Luggage transportation
- Specific seat selection
Ouibus connects the largest and most frequented cities in France and surrounding countries, such as Lille or Strasbourg. These connections are popular with travelers interested in short breaks, weekend getaways, shopping trips and vacations with family and friends.Transfer lines to and from airports are also offered by Ouibus and are often in high demand by customers; by traveling by bus to the airport, you save the costs of parking or high taxi fares so that you can spend more money on your trip.
In addition to the national airports served by OUIBUS, such as Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle and Lyon-Saint- Exupéry, the carrier also serves international airports, such as Geneva Airport.