Saint-Étienne bus

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Buses to Saint-Étienne from USA

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Buses to Saint-Étienne from France

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Lyon
Saint-Étienne
$4.25 5/4/24 9:40 PM FlixBus
Paris
Saint-Étienne
$14.89 6/13/24 4:30 PM FlixBus
Bordeaux
Saint-Étienne
$25.55 5/2/24 10:40 PM FlixBus

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Interesting facts about buses that you may not know

  • Did you know that back in the day the bus in France was known as a "horse omnibus"? It was a carriage pulled by horses, able to transport more than 15 people at once!
  • 30, the average number of passengers that can be transported by a bus in Europe, which means that a bus can replace a minimum of 30 cars on the road.
  • In France, before liberalization of the long-distance bus market in 2015, only one bus company existed. Six months after, there were already 5 companies operating on the market!
  • In the United States, an electric-powered bus set a record by traveling 696 miles in the span of 24 hours with an average speed of 28 miles per hour.
  • In France, there exists a “Disco Bus” to party late into the night! After first appearing in Paris in 2008, coaches can now be privatized for partying onboard, turning into real dance floors.