One of Europe’s largest intercity coach services, FlixBus will commence business activities in Serbia as of tomorrow, and from our country it will transport passengers to 2,000 locations in 28 European countries. As Tanjug news agency received information from Zagreb based company headquarters for Central and Eastern Europe, Belgrade will be the first starting point of this company in Serbia. This intercity coach service operates via application and online booking, and one of the reasons for rapid growth of this enterprise is competitive prices. The first international lines will commence from Belgrade tomorrow and they will connect Serbia capital directly with destinations in Croatia and Slovenia. With three daily departures and one night, they say, one will be able to travel from Belgrade to Zagreb and Ljubljana every day and prices for these destinations start from RSD 999. Furthermore, Belgrade will have a seasonal connection with Dalmatia, Istria and Kvarner Gulf, among other with Biograd na Moru, Vodice, Sibenik, Trogir, Split, Rijeka, Opatija, Rovinj and Pula. Direct connection of Belgrade and Novi Sad with Budapest is also being prepared. The tickets, they say, will be available through this company’s website and are paid in local currency via free mobile application or at more than 200 points of sale throughout Serbia. FlixBus has 350,000 bus lines per day, transports people to 2,000 destinations in 28 European countries and at the same time is the largest European network of intercity coach services.