'Longest, Most Epic Bus Journey': You'll Soon Be Able Travel From Delhi To London In A Bus. Deets Here
One thing everyone is looking forward to after the coronavirus situation eases is travel. Now, one travel company has already caught everyone’s interest for 2021. A company named ‘Adventures Overland’ has announced? the 'longest and most epic bus journey' between two of the busiest capitals in the world: Delhi and London.
Yes, you read it right, a ‘hop on, hop off’ bus will be available between Delhi to London and it is slated to start in May 2021. It plans to cover around 18 countries; '20,000 km' within 70 days.?
Named ‘Bus to London’, an Instagram post by the company details that it’s the ‘first-ever hop-on/hop-off bus service between Delhi, India and London, United Kingdom’.
According to the company’s official website, the trip will start from India and end in the United Kingdom. In between, travellers can visit countries like Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, and France.
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Apparently the idea for the epic journey came to the company after the story of similar bus journey between London and Kolkata back in the 20th century went viral.??
A double-decker bus nicknamed 'Albert' made 15 trips between India and UK and about four trips between London and Sydney, several sources claimed.?
A picture of passengers at the Victoria Coach Station, London, boarding the bus apparently right before its first run on the world's longest coach route, between London and Kolkata, went viral sometime ago.?
In the 21st century the ‘Bus to London’ promises not to just pass through the mentioned countries but also give time to passengers to explore them a bit.?
Since it is supposed to be an hop on hop off bus service it means you can plan the trip to any of the countries and get down at that stop and others from those countries can board to go somewhere else as well.?
This promising bus journey certainly has my interest piqued, what about you?Also Read:?You'll Soon Be Able To Take A Road Trip From India To Thailand In A Caravan??