What is a standard luggage?

Standard luggage is a usually a suitcase with certain weight and size described by the bus company in its Terms and Conditions and transported in storage compartment. As a rule, standard luggage transport is free of charge (included in fare). You can verify weight and size of standard luggage in company's Terms and Conditions.

Standard luggage

Bellow you can find selected carrier's conditions regarding luggage transport:

National Express

You are allowed to carry up to two medium-sized (height 70 cm, width 30 cm, depth 45 cm and 30 kg in weight) suitcases.
source: National Express Terms and Conditions - dated 08.12.2016

Flixbus

When you travel with Flixbus, you are free to carry up to two medium-sized (height 67 cm, width 50 cm, depth 27 cm, and combined weight of 30 kg) suitcases.
source: Flixbus Terms and Conditions - dated 08.12.2016

Eurolines France

If you're travelling with French Eurolines, you can carry up to two medium-sized suitcases each weighing up to 20 kg. Your luggage mustn't exceed the sum of 170 cm of the 3 measurements (length + width + depth)
source: Eurolines France Terms and Conditions - dated 08.12.2016

Sindbad company

If you're travelling with Sindbad, then you're allowed to take 2 pieces of luggage with a total weight up to 30 kg, free of charge. This doesn't apply to services to and from Italy, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia and Greece, where you can take only one piece of luggage weighing up to 25 kg.
source: Sindbad's Terms and Conditions - dated 16.11.2016

Eurolines Poland

Eurolines Poland (Madeltrans) allows to carry 2 pieces of luggage with a weight up to 20 kg each, free of charge.
source: Eurolines Poland Terms and Conditions - dated 16.11.2016

Eurolines Switzerland

While travelling with Eurolines Switzerland, you're allowed to take up to two medium-sized suitcases with total weight of 40 kg. Your luggage mustn't exceed the sum of 170 cm of the 3 measurements (length + width + depth)
source: Eurolines Switzerland Terms and Conditions - dated 08.12.2016

For detailed information on luggage transport, please contact your bus company's office or read its Terms and Conditions.