There is good news for people who want to travel. Now you can take a bus from Delhi to London. As soon as this news came out, the debate intensified, however, how much will this bus cost … in which countries will this bus go and how many kilometers will it travel in total? You are going to find the answers to all these questions here.
In fact, as movement on the Indo-Myanmar border has returned to normal, there are now plans to launch a bus service from Delhi to London. The service is expected to launch in September this year.
You can travel by bus to 18 countries: India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France and the United Kingdom. Included. When the Delhi to London bus service came up for discussion, people started talking about the Kolkata London bus service, which continued till about 1973.
Your trip from Delhi to London will have the opportunity to travel to a total of 18 countries. This entire journey will cover about 20 thousand kilometers, which takes about 70 days to complete the bus. If you are very excited, you may soon get the chance for this trip. Passengers will have to pay a huge amount for this journey which will start under the name ‘Bus to London’. For this, you have to spend 15 lakh rupees for bus ticket, visa and accommodation in different countries.
The ‘Bus to London’ trip will be very luxurious. This bus will have only 20 seats. There will be a separate cabin for passengers in each seat. Each room will have facilities for eating, drinking and sleeping. Passengers will be arranged to navigate by bus.
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