Bus to Poole

Travel information for your coach to Poole

To get ready your next travel by coach to Poole see below is some information to help you get ready for the departure day.

the coach company ask their passengers to come at least 30 minutes before coach departure. 15 minutes before, boarding of the Poole coach is anymore assured.

Generally, the coach company allow you to take into the coach up to Poole 3 baggage: 2 luggage in the baggage compartment and 1 piece of hand baggage on the coach. Bus companies request from you to have 20kg maximum per baggage, if this weight is heavier you will have to pay some fees.

Do you have to cancel your coach travel to or from Poole? Do you want insurance for your baggage or to be repatriated during the trip? Check at information about the coach company insurance for your travel to and from Poole on the websites of the companies.

If you buy a coach ticket using a coachcard, be sure that you have your discount card with you when travelling. Be careful, if you don’t bring it that invalidates your ticket and bus access will be denied.

Today the coach company coaches provide more and more high quality service. Most of buses are fitted with comfortable seats, toilets and air conditioning. On some routes, Wi-fi is available allowing you to utilize your computer and tablet during your trip.

Things to do in Poole

Experience the best of Poole by going to these 6 locations

  • Poole Waterfront Museum
  • Poole Quay (Ferries for Brownsea Island)
  • Scaplens Court Museum
  • Poole Museum
  • Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park
  • RSPB Arne Cafe/Shop

Planning an itinerary when visiting a new destination can be time consuming. We would like to share with you some well-know locations that you can go to, whether you are visiting for a weekend break or holidays. Depending on your areas of interest, you can then make your own plan and decide whether you are going to visit all of these locations or only a few of them.

One of the most essential place of Poole is Poole Waterfront Museum. If you only have the time to visit one location, you might want to visit this one. We will also advise you to go to Poole Museum or Poole Quay (Ferries for Brownsea Island) which are also popular and interesting for travellers. If you have plenty of time, Poole is also a great starting point to explore South West England.

You can then extend your visit with Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park which is another way to experience the city.

If you still have spare time, you should visit the Scaplens Court Museum which is also appreciated by locals.

Our last advice if you wish to get a complete view of the city will be the RSPB Arne Cafe/Shop. Remember to have a look at the events, festivals or concerts that you can attend during your trip as it should help you meet locals who might be able to share with you further tips.

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