Last year, the Royal Express was news for launching a Cascais - Sintra - Porto express line, with low cost prices and trips with wi-fi, air conditioning and DVD.
Despite the pandemic, this year there are news: the company announced that as of July 31 and throughout August, there are 44 new destinations that you can take advantage of:
Lisbon, Santarém, Fátima, Leiria, Coimbra, Penacova, Viseu, Guarda, Povoa de Varzim, Famalicão, Guimarães, Povoa do Lanhoso, Vieira do Minho, Chaves, Salamanca, Burgos, San Senbastian, Bayone, Bordeaux, Montlucon, Macon, Geneva , Zurich, San Bernardino, Lugano, Bern, Vigo, Vila Nova de Cerveira, Valença, Faro, Seville, Lamego, Régua, Vila Real, Seroa, Santa Cruz do Bispo, Maia, Vila do Conde, Ponte de Lima, Viana do Castelo, Esposende, Ponte de Lima and Coimbra are some of the options you can already book.
Por exemplo Porto-Lisbon, you can find from € 5,29. Trips to international destinations like Zurich cost, for example, € 29,99.
Punctually, travel deals starting at 99 cents. You just have to pay attention to website and book.
Royal Express is a company of the Brazilian group Guanabara, which has been operating buses in Rio de Janeiro for 50 years. The group “rei do coach”, born in 1968 by banker Jacob Barata, is composed of 20 urban, intercity and interstate transportation companies in eight Brazilian states. It also has businesses abroad such as Scotturb, where Royal Express is located, and investments in real estate, hotels and car dealerships.