The 1990s saw the revolution of the travel industry which was initiated by a great number of low-cost airlines. In order to enable passengers to continue their journey at an equally low price level, the coach company Terravision was founded in Rome in 2002. Whereas it initially focused on a single bus route joining the airport Ciampino with Rome's city centre, it soon established its service in further cities and countries. In the UK, Terravision currently serves several bus stops at airports, including London Stansted, London Gatwick, London Luton and Liverpool Airport.
In total Terravision's bus network consists of 114 connections and covers 59 destinations.
Insider Tips: You can change your travel dates for free of charge, and don’t have to pay a fee for extra luggage.
Information on Terravision on-board features and services
- WiFi on Board
- Bike storage
- Compartments for hand-luggage
- Luggage transportation
- Bulky luggage transportation
Terravision connects some of the busiest airports in the country and in continental Europe to nearby cities. This makes travelling between the United Kingdom and the continent as convenient as possible.