Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Info on bus AKA autobus companies, routes and services in Tuscany/Toscana, Italy

Here are some links for bus AKA autobus companies, routes and services in Tuscany/Toscana, Italy:


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Bus AKA autobus services in Tuscany/Toscana can be confusing. First of all, there is no unified public transportation for the region of Toscana/Tuscany. There are 10 provinces that make up the region of Toscana/Tuscany and there are 10 separate and independent entities/companies/consortia that provide bus/tram service in their respective province. Then, there are companies which are national or regional or local that provide intercity bus services.

That's it for Wednesday, 31 March 2010: mercoledì,31 marzo 2010

Ciao, Ben

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