March 31, 2014: the Bulgaria page added!
November 8, 2013: the Kosovo page added!
September 28, 2013: the Greece page updated: 37 bus builders!
November 5, 2011
A few Gibraltar pictures have been added!

Europe has a wide variaty of bus builders and models, often with a very long history. As there are many sites on European buses, the emphasis here will be on bus models and bus builders rather than on operators. As this site originated as a Dutch site you will still find pages that are mostly in Dutch but will be translated over time.

This site is a hobbyist site. Unfortunately, we can not provide information on bus services in Asia. Please refer to travellers' sites for schedules and travel advise. Links to operator sites can be found on www.busstation.net

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Bulgaria Liechtenstein Sweden
Cyprus Lithuania Switzerland
Cyprus, Northern Luxembourg Turkey
Czech Republic Macedonia Ukraine
Denmark Malta United Kingdom
Estonia Moldova Vatican City (see Italy)
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Finland Montenegro Former countries:
France Netherlands/Nederland German Democratic Rep.
Germany Norway Checho-Slovakia
Gibraltar Poland USSR
Greece Portugal Yugoslavia
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These pages are made with the intention to share information on buses in Europe, and to challenge others to provide their information in order to increase our shared knowledge.
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