National Express is a low budget and reliable alternative to the British rail system. National Express’ air-conditioned coaches provide reclining leather seats with seat back tray tables and are outfitted with power outlets, allowing passengers to charge their mobile devices. Toilets are available on most buses as is free Wi-Fi. Despite the fact that there is no on-board catering, passengers still have the option to eat cold food and drinks while travelling. Click more for further information plus National Express routes.More
National Express Coaches is an intercity long-distance national coach company founded in and based out of Birmingham. It is the largest coach company in the United Kingdom, operating connections to all major cities. It is owned by the National Express Group and most of their services are subcontracted to local coach companies throughout England, Scotland and Wales. It has been one of the primary national coach companies in the UK since its founding and provides services to European destinations across the continent.
All standard National Express tickets come with free luggage which can either be stored within the bus, or in the luggage compartment. Seats are chosen at a first come, first serve basis, although allowances are made for those travelling with children.
The earlier travellers book their National Express bus tickets the cheaper they will be. There are occasionally National Express deals available for specific bus routes, these cheap deals are usually offered around holidays or sometimes random points in the year. Tickets for National Express routes usually sell out far in advance, so it's best to plan your journey ahead of time to get the best deals.