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Maritimes Coastal Wonders

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From the nautical beauty of Peggy’s Cove to the rugged splendor of the Cabot Trail, the Maritimes will enchant you. Choose how you explore Lunenburg – at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic or on a locally guided walking tour. Undertake a competition to cook the best mussels. Visit the Anne of Green Gables Museum and learn about potato farming. See the 4-story high Hopewell Rocks. Savor a traditional Maritimes lobster feast and learn how to eat lobster like a local. Visit the Bay of Fundy where some of the world’s highest tides are recorded. Don’t miss the rugged beaches, picturesque fishing villages, and rich seafaring history of Canada’s amazing Maritime Provinces.

Your Tour Includes

  • 5 Handpicked Accommodations
  • 2 Choice on Tour Options

Included Highlights

  • Peggy's Cove

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10 Breakfasts

2 - Moderate

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Must-See Inclusions:

  • Take a ferry ride to Prince Edward Island, the "Land Cradled on the Waves."

Explore the Cabot Trail and fall in love with its rugged terrain.

Journey along the shoreline to the amazing Hopewell Rocks.

Cultural Experiences:

Explore interesting inventions at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum.

  • Learn a few handy Gaelic phrases and join in the fun of a "milling frolic."

Culinary Inclusions:

Savor a traditional Maritimes lobster feast at the Fundy Trail.

Attend culinary “boot camp” for bragging rights on who cooks the best PEI mussels.

  • Choice on Tour
  • Cape Breton Island
  • Cabot Trail
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Anne of Green Gables Museum
  • Hopewell Rocks
  • Fundy Trail
  • Grand Pré National Historic Site

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Join a guided walking tour of Saint John showcasing the history and local flavors of this city by the Bay of Fundy. Your journey begins with a visit to Saint John City Market, the oldest continuing farmer’s market in Canada and a National Historic Site. While most merchants will be closing up shop by the afternoon, take this chance to soak in the scene inside this grand market building – plus, sample local ciders and wines paired with market charcuterie. Leaving the market, make your way downhill into the heart of the city as your guide shares stories that bring Saint John’s history to life. Stop to taste the beers that made Canada famous and seafood chowder made with the day’s fresh catch. Finally, visit an ale house in Market Square to try fresh brews paired with delicious local smoked fish. Your walking tour ends at the lively boardwalk by your hotel.

Take a ferry ride to Prince Edward Island, the "Land Cradled on the Waves."

Learn a few handy Gaelic phrases and join in the fun of a "milling frolic."


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Looking for an unforgettable Canadian Maritimes Provinces tour? Book a fully-organized trip with the best tour companies in Canadian Maritimes Provinces and let the tour operator take care of everything for you. Check out the tour details and read 114460 reviews from our customers to help you choose the perfect tour for you.

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Intrepid Travel

Intrepid Travel

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  • Excellent - 11,682 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
Luc was the best tour guide ever. He kept our group on time and informed. Every stop was interesting, and the hotels and lodges were very good.
My husband and I did the tour of the Martimes in Nova Scotia. It was beautiful country. Our tour guide, Louise, was fantastic. She is so kind and caring; she is an amazing safe driver. She's always there for you. The only thing I didn't like about the trip was the motel in Baddeck. It was so old; musty smelling. Needs a total renovation. Everything about it was pretty awful. No-one on the trip was happy with this hotel. Other than that, we did enjoy the rest of the trip. the other hotels were fine. The Picnic Louise arranged was a lot of fun and the hike was awesome on the Cabot trail.


  • Excellent - 74,882 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
It was an excellent trip!
Great trip (our guide, Daniel and driver, Randy were fantastic)!

Atlantic Tours & Travel

Atlantic Tours & Travel

  • Excellent - 26 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
The wonders of the Bay of Fundy tour was the best tour I’ve ever been on. We were a small group who enjoyed each other’s company and shared many varied and interesting experiences. As a solo traveler I was welcomed by everyone in the group and never felt on my own. Our tour director, Eunice, was welcoming, knowledgeable and went the extra mile to ensure we really experienced the local culture and delicacies. Our coach driver, Hank, who was also welcoming and knowledgeable, had a quietly confident manner which made you feel extremely safe when on the road. He also went the extra mile to ensure we got the most out of every experience. I would highly recommend this tour.
Very interesting stops, great commentary, excellent bus & driver. I signed up to see the tidal bore, but found the historical stops to be just as interesting.

Insight Vacations

Insight Vacations

  • Excellent - 625 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
This was our 7th trip with Insight and this was a nice paced tour of the Maritimes. The tour director was excellent as well as the coach driver. As long as my wife and I can keep traveling we'll be going with Insight.


  • Excellent - 1,881 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
Fantastic trip. Well organised and friendly, approachable staff. Was so easy to see so much more than we could have organised on our own. Met some lovely people. So much fun! Will definitely do a tour again and highly recommend.
Absolutely fantastic tour guide, dexterous coach driver !!


  • Excellent - 5,344 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
Please beware of this tour as many things are not included: Bike tour PEI didn’t happen Walking tour in Moncton and Halifax did not happen on our tour. And lastly please consider this as if I knew this before I would NOT have booked this trip. If you do not do the rafting “ as an optional activity” they literally don’t have anything else for you to do for three hours. Our tour guide went rafting and left the majority of the group behind. The driver was kind enough to drop as off at a mall to occupy our time. I did not pay that much money to sit in mall. I wanted to see the maritimes. Very disappointed in Contiki be
Very safe and well organized

Tours of Distinction

Tours of Distinction

  • Good - 38 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
We had a fine experience with the Tours of Distinction trip to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, which began and ended in Ellsworth, ME. The tour director, Julie, did an excellent job, the bus driver was pleasant and provided a safe trip, and the local guides with whom the tour contracted helped our group understand local history and culture. Especially helpful to me was learning about Acadian history: the Acadian roots in southern France, British expulsion of them from Atlantic Canada, and their eventual return to the Maritimes. The one piece of history I wish had been discussed more was that of the Gaelic settlers. Given the name of the province, Nova Scotia ("New Scotland"), it would have been helpful to hear more of their history in the area.
Positive: Angelina, the bus driver, made our trip. She was the best part, to be honest. Negative: Communication prior to the trip, not knowing what to expect in detail, food, the bus leaked, No OFFICIAL tour guide, and no wifi on the bus. All in all, we all enjoyed ourselves and made the best of it. However, I would not travel with this company again.

Omega Tours

Omega Tours

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  • Good - 166 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
well organized, comprehensive tour of maritimes with lots of variety


  • Good - 175 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
I had a great experience on this Colette tour with Bernadette and Dave. They were excellent guides and drivers, and the tour was well-organized. I would recommend it.


  • Excellent - 19,641 reviews for Canadian Maritimes Provinces tours
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The Maritime Bus is a great option if you're traveling within Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. Maritime Bus strives to offer safe, comfortable, and affordable transportation options to individuals traveling within the Maritimes. Whether it's for business, leisure, or personal reasons, Maritime Bus serves as a crucial link between cities, towns, and rural areas.

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Maritime Bus operates a comprehensive network of routes, connecting various cities, towns, and communities within the Maritimes region of Canada.

Halifax, Nova Scotia: As the capital city of Nova Scotia, Halifax serves as a major hub for Maritime Bus. From Halifax, you can travel to destinations such as Sydney, Truro, Amherst, New Glasgow, Antigonish, and Yarmouth.

Moncton, New Brunswick: Moncton is another significant transportation hub in the Maritimes. From Moncton, you can access destinations like Fredericton, Saint John, Bathurst, Miramichi, Edmundston, and Campbellton.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: The capital city of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, is well-connected by Maritime Bus. From Charlottetown, you can travel to Summerside, Souris, Montague, Kensington, and other towns on the island.

Fredericton, New Brunswick: Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick, is a key stop on Maritime Bus routes. From Fredericton, you can reach destinations such as Moncton, Saint John, Woodstock, Edmundston, and Bathurst.

Sydney, Nova Scotia: Located on Cape Breton Island, Sydney is a popular destination served by Maritime Bus. From Sydney, you can travel to Halifax, Antigonish, Port Hawkesbury, Baddeck, and other communities on the island.

Saint John, New Brunswick: Saint John, a major port city in New Brunswick, is included in Maritime Bus routes. From Saint John, you can access destinations such as Moncton, Fredericton, Woodstock, St. Stephen, and Miramichi.

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  • Routes 1579

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Is there wi-fi on maritime bus buses.

The company offers Wi-Fi on a few buses, depending on the route. So it's a good idea to bring your own entertainment to make your trip more pleasant.

Are there power outlets on Maritime Bus buses? Are there USB plugs?

Yes! There are individual outlets on Maritime Bus buses, so you can charge your devices before reaching your destination.

Does Maritime Bus have a toilet on board?

No, Maritime Bus buses usually don't have a toilet on board. Don't worry, the bus will make stops during your bus trip so that you can stretch your legs, use the toilet and get some snacks.

Does Maritime Bus offer meals or snacks during the bus trip?

There are no meals or snacks offered on Maritime Bus buses. We recommend that you bring some snacks and drinks in a reusable water bottle for your bus trip.

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You do not need a printed ticket in order to board the bus. You can show your e-ticket on your smartphone or tablet as well with a valid piece of photo ID .

Does Maritime Bus allow pets on board or in the hold of the bus?

Only Certified Service animals are allowed on Maritime Bus buses. Unfortunately, it is impossible to travel with a pet on the bus or in the hold of the bus with Maritime Bus.

What are the services on Maritime Bus buses?

All Maritime Bus buses are equipped with air conditioning, an on-board restroom, reclining seats with headrests and power outlets.

Does Maritime Bus allow dogs?

No, Maritime Bus does not allow pets/animals on buses, unless the passenger requires a trained service animal to assist with travel.

How can I exchange my Maritime Bus ticket?

You can exchange your ticket directly at the station before your original departure time . Modifications to the original itinerary are subject to a 15% fee. All Maritime Bus tickets are non-refundable.

How many bags can I take on Maritime Bus buses?

You are permitted 2 checked bags and 1 carry-on bag.

Can I take my bike and sports equipment on Maritime Bus buses?

Yes! Maritime Bus accepts all bicycles with an additional fee of $5 + taxes per trip. Bicycles will require a protective plastic bike bag or bike box.  You can buy protective bike bags for $7 + taxes at any Maritime Bus terminal.

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  • Moncton to Halifax $75
  • Halifax to Charlottetown $88
  • Halifax to Moncton $76
  • Charlottetown to Halifax $99
  • Halifax to Sydney $103
  • Sydney to Halifax $103
  • Moncton to Fredericton $65
  • Moncton to Charlottetown $62
  • Fredericton to Moncton $65
  • Halifax to Truro $27
  • Moncton to Saint-John $54
  • Saint-John to Moncton $54
  • Saint-John to Halifax $102
  • Fredericton to Halifax $108
  • Halifax to Antigonish $62
  • Halifax to Fredericton $108
  • Truro to Halifax $28
  • Charlottetown to Moncton $73
  • Halifax to Wolfville $48
  • Fredericton to Saint-John $43

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  • Buses to Summerside
  • Buses to Sackville
  • Buses to Elmsdale

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  • Fredericton Airport
  • Moncton Airport
  • Halifax Stanfield International Airport
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  • Saint John Maritime Bus Terminal
  • New Glasgow Circle K/Irving Bus Stop
  • Campbellton Circle K Mainway/Irving Bus Stop
  • Dartmouth Maritime Bus Terminal
  • North Sydney Ultramar Bus Stop
  • Edmundston Circle K/Irving Bus Stop
  • Elmsdale Petro Canada Bus Stop
  • St. Francis Xavier University
  • Cornwall Esso Bus Stop
  • Oxford Irving Bus Stop
  • Amherst Esso Gas Station Bus Stop
  • Summerside Irving Bus Stop

Maritime Bus most popular airports and destinations

  • Halifax Airport to Halifax
  • Moncton to Halifax Airport
  • Fredericton to Fredericton Airport
  • Halifax Airport to Truro
  • New Glasgow to Halifax Airport

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Schedules & Route Maps

SMART Transit east and west routes take you to popular destinations throughout the City of Moscow. Buses stop at medical offices, shopping areas, schools (including the University of Idaho campus) and high-density housing developments.

Everyone rides FREE!

Current alerts and announcements

  • RIDER ALERT! Closed Monday, Feb. 19th for President’s Day.
  • RIDER ALERT! Closed Christmas Day (12/25) and New Year’s Day (1/1)
  • RIDER ALERT! Single bus today, Oct. 25th

There are two fixed routes. Both routes connect at Moscow’s Intermodal Transit Center at 1006 Railroad Street. 

Download current route maps and schedules

Single route schedule, west side loop.

Covers the west side of Moscow and the University of Idaho campus. Common stops include:

  • Student Union Building (ISUB) and residence halls along Sixth Street
  • Moscow Family Medicine QuickCARE
  • Palouse Mall
  • Downtown Moscow
  • Gritman Medical Center

East side loop 

Covers the east side of Moscow from the UI campus. Common stops include:

  • Moscow High School
  • East City Park
  • Aquatic Center
  • Moscow Junior High School
  • Skateboard Park
  • Latah County Fairgrounds
  • Eastside Marketplace 
  • Styner Avenue

Buses depart the Intermodal Transit Center at 10 minutes and 40 minutes after the hour.

Most stops are served every half hour. 

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West side loop schedule.

Transit Center

6:40, 7:10, 7:40, 8:10, 8:40, 9:10, 9:40, 10:10, 10:40, 11:10, 11:40, 12:10, 12:40, 1:10, 1:40, 2:40, 3:40, 4:40, 5:40, 6:40

College & Deakin Ave.

6th & Deakin

6:41, 7:41, 8:41, 9:41, 10:41, 11:41, 12:41, 1:41, 2:41, 3:41, 4:41, 5:41, 6:41

Ash & University Ave.

7:11, 8:11, 9:11, 10:11, 11:11, 12:11, 1:11, 2:11, 3:11, 4:11, 5:11, 6:11

7:12, 8:12, 9:12, 10:12, 11:12, 12:12, 1:12, 2:12, 3:12, 4:12, 5:12, 6:12

6:42, 7:42, 8:42, 9:42, 10:42, 11:42, 12:42, 1:42, 2:42, 3:42, 4:42, 5:42, 6:42

Wallace Complex

7:12, 7:42, 8:12, 8:42, 9:12, 9:42, 10:12, 10:42, 11:12, 11:42, 12:12, 12:42, 1:12, 1:42, 2:12, 2:42, 3:12, 3:42, 4:12, 4:42, 5:12, 5:42, 6:12, 6:42

6th & Perimeter

7:13, 7:43, 8:13, 8:43, 9:13, 9:43, 10:13, 10:43, 11:13, 11:43, 12:13, 12:43, 1:13, 1:43, 2:13, 2:43, 3:13, 3:43, 4:13, 4:43, 5:13, 5:43, 6:13, 6:43

6:46, 7:46, 8:46, 9:46, 10:46, 11:46, 12:46, 1:46, 2:46, 3:46, 4:46, 5:46, 6:46

Moscow Family Medicine/QuickCare

6:47, 7:47, 8:47, 9:47, 10:47, 11:47, 12:47, 1:47, 2:47, 3:47, 4:47, 5:47, 6:47

6:50, 7:15, 7:50, 8:15, 8:50, 9:15, 9:50, 10:15, 10:50, 11:15, 11:50, 12:15, 12:50, 1:15, 1:50, 2:50, 3:50, 4:50, 5:50, 6:50

Baker Hill (Wish Medical)

A & Baker

6:51, 7:16, 7:51, 8:16, 8:51, 9:16, 9:51, 10:16, 10:51, 11:16, 11:51, 12:16, 12:51, 1:16, 1:51, 2:16, 2:51, 3:16, 3:51, 4:16, 4:51, 5:16, 5:51, 6:16, 6:51

A & Peterson

A & Cherry

6:52, 7:17, 7:52, 8:17, 8:52, 9:17, 9:52, 10:17, 10:52, 11:17, 11:52, 12:17, 12:52, 1:17, 1:52, 2:17, 2:52, 3:17, 3:52, 4:17, 4:52, 5:17, 5:52, 6:17, 6:52

A & Lily

6:53, 7:18, 7:53, 8:18, 8:53, 9:18, 9:53, 10:18, 10:53, 11:18, 11:53, 12:18, 12:53, 1:18, 1:53, 2:18, 2:53, 3:18, 3:53, 4:18, 4:53, 5:18, 5:53, 6:18, 6:53

A & Almon

7:19, 8:19, 9:19, 10:19, 11:19, 12:19, 1:19, 2:19, 3:19, 4:19, 5:19, 6:19

Almon & E

7:20: 8:20, 9:20, 10:20, 11:20, 12:20 1:20, 2:20, 3:20, 4:20, 5:20, 6:20

E & Main (Rosauers)

7:21, 8:21, 9:21, 10:21, 11:21, 12:21, 1:21

2nd & Main

6:55, 7:22, 7:55, 8:22, 8:55, 9:22, 9:55, 10:22, 10:55, 11:22, 11:55, 12:22, 12:55, 1:22, 1:55, 2:22, 2:55, 3:22, 3:55, 4:22, 4:55, 5:22, 5:55, 6:22, 6:55

Friendship Square

6:56, 7:24, 7:56, 8:24, 8:56, 9:24, 9:56, 10:24, 10:56, 11:24, 11:56, 12:24, 12:56, 1:24, 1:56, 2:56, 3:56, 3:56, 4:56, 5:56, 6:56

8th & Main (Gritman Medical Center)

6:57, 7:25, 7:57, 8:25, 8:57, 9:25, 9:57, 10:25, 10:57, 11:25, 11:57, 12:25, 12:57, 1:25, 1:57, 2:25, 2:57, 3:25, 3:57, 4:25, 4:57, 5:25, 5:57, 6:25, 6:57

Friendship Square stop not serviced during Saturday Farmers’ Market May through Oct

East Side Loop Schedule

6:40, 7:10, 7:40, 8:10, 8:40, 9:10, 9:40, 10:10, 10:40, 11:10, 11:40, 12:10, 12:40, 1:10, 1:40, 2:10, 3:10, 4:10, 5:10, 6:10

College & Deakin

6:41, 7:10, 7:41, 8:10, 8:41, 9:10, 9:41, 10:10, 10:41, 11:10, 11:41, 12:10, 12:41, 1:10, 1:41, 2:10, 2:41, 3:10, 3:41, 4:10, 4:41, 5:10, 5:41, 6:10, 6:41

6:41, 7:11, 7:41, 8:11, 8:41, 9:11, 9:41, 10:11, 10:41, 11:11, 11:41, 12:11, 12:41, 1:11, 1:41, 2:11, 3:11, 4:11, 5:11, 6:11

Almon & A

8:42, 9:42, 10:42, 11:42, 12:42, 1:42, 2:42, 3:42, 4:42, 5:42, 6:42

8:43, 9:43, 10:43, 11:43, 12:43, 1:43, 2:43, 3:43, 4:43, 5:43, 6:43

8:44, 9:44 10:44, 11:44, 12:44, 1:44, 2:14, 3:14, 4:14, 5:14, 6:14

D & Jefferson

8:45, 9:45, 10:45, 11:45, 12:45, 1:45, 2:45, 3:45, 4:45, 5:45, 6:45

D & Howard

8:46, 9:46, 10:46, 11:46, 12:46, 1:46, 2:46, 3:46, 4:46, 5:46, 6:46

Moscow High School / 1912 Center

3rd & Polk

7:13, 8:13, 9:13, 10:13, 11:13, 12:13, 1:13, 2:13, 3:13, 4:13, 5:13, 6:13

3rd & Lincoln

7:14, 8:14, 9:14, 10:14, 11:14, 12:14, 1:14, 2:14, 3:14, 4:14, 5:14, 6:14

1st & Hayes

Hayes & D St.

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Hayes & F St.

F St. & Orchard

6:46, 7:16, 7:46, 8:16, 8:46, 9:16, 9:46, 10:16, 10:46, 1:16, 11:46, 12:16, 12:46, 1:16, 1:46, 2:16, 2:46, 3:16, 3:46, 4:16, 4:46, 5:16, 5:46, 6:16, 6:46

F St. & Mountain View

6:47, 7:17, 7:47, 8:17, 8:49, 9:17, 9:49, 10:17, 10:49, 11:17, 11:49, 12:17, 12:49, 1:17, 1:49, 2:19, 3:19, 4:19, 5:19, 6:19

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Mountain View & Rolling Hills

6th & Mountain View

6:48, 7:18, 7:48, 8:18, 8:48, 9:18, 9:48, 10:18, 10:48, 11:18, 11:48, 12:18, 12:48, 1:18, 1:48, 2:18, 2:48, 3:18, 3:48, 4:18, 4:48, 5:18, 5:48, 6:18, 6:48

6th & Park

6:49, 7:19, 7:49, 8:19, 8:49, 9:19, 9:49, 10:19, 10:49, 11:19, 11:49, 12:19, 12:49, 1:19, 1:49, 2:19, 2:49, 3:19, 3:21, 4:19, 4:49, 5:19, 5:49, 6:19, 6:49

Blaine Street at 6th Street

7th & Blaine

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Blaine & Mabelle

Blaine & White Ave. (Eastside Marketplace)

6:51, 7:21, 7:51, 8:21, 8:51, 9:21, 9:51, 10:21, 10:51, 11:21, 11:51, 12:21, 12:51, 1:21, 1:51, 2:21, 2:51, 3:21, 3:51, 4:21, 4:51, 5:21, 5:51, 6:21, 6:51

Styner & Northwood

6:53, 7:23, 7:53, 8:23, 8:53, 9:23, 9:53, 10:23, 10:53, 11:23, 11:53, 12:23, 12:53, 1:23, 1:53, 2:23, 2:53, 3:23, 3:53, 4:23, 4:53, 5:23, 5:53, 6:23, 6:53

Styner & Hawthorne

Styner & Main

6:54, 7:24, 7:54, 8:24, 8:54, 9:24, 9:54, 10:24, 10:54, 11:24, 11:54, 12:24, 12:54, 1:24, 1:54, 2:24, 2:54, 3:24, 3:54, 4:24, 4:54, 5:24, 5:54, 6:24, 6:54

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City Sightseeing: Moscow Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing: Moscow Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour

  • The Bus Tour offers unlimited 360° panoramic views of main sights of Moscow.
  • Access to audio-guide in 10 different languages which enables to know about Moscow’s history and traditions.
  • The three-bus tour routes and 40+ stops around Moscow completes the trip. Draw an itinerary to explore the city on your own.
  • There can be a boat tour and bus tour to enjoy panoramic views of Moskva River.
  • Smartphone Voucher Accepted. (No need to print)
  • 24 / 48-Hours Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket
  • Red Line Audio Guide: Russian, English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Farsi
  • Green Line Audio Guide: Russian, English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese, Arabic
  • Orange Line Audio Guide : Russian English, German, Spanish, Italian, French
  • Guided walking tour
  • Boat Tour (If option selected)
  • Red Route: Schedule: 10:00 - 18:00 , Loop: 60 Minutes, Frequency: 15 Minutes
  • Green Route: Schedule: 10:00 - 18:00 , Loop: 120 Minutes, Frequency: 30 Minutes
  • Orange Route: Schedule: 10:00 - 18:30 , Loop: 140 Minutes, Frequency: 30 Minutes

Wheelchair Access, Heating Please note that face masks must be worn on board the bus. Orange Route is temporarily suspended   

Operational Details: Walking Tour

  • Daily at 10:45 a.m.
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Meeting point: next to the monument to Saints Cyril and Methodius (Kitay-Gorod metro station)

Capital River Boat Tour

  • May - October: from 11:30am to 6:30pm (Subject to change)
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Departure Point: Zaryadye Park Pier

No Cancellation Charges  up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. 100% cancellation fee applied within 24 hours of travel date.

Hop On Hop Off Moscow Bus Tours

Moscow, the capital of Russia, is the largest and the most populous city in the country. Present on the banks of the Moskva river, this city serves as the cosmopolitan hub of the country. Carrying  871 year old rich history, this city has played an integral part of Russia’s development and therefore plays an integral role in all the aspect. Majority of the population of Russia lives in Moscow, and the city is responsible as the scientific, historical, political and architectural hub in the region. Moscow is a blend of the old and new Russian culture. The Kremlin complex in the center of the city holds the cultural and historical values of the city. Moscow was also the capital and most important part of the USSR and thus holds many gems throughout the city from that era. Not only that, but the city also brags of timeless elements from the Tsars and other rulers who ever ruled Russia. Moscow has been a hub of many social ideologies and home to popular poets and artists. When in Moscow don’t miss out The Moscow Kremlin, the colorful St. Basil’s Cathedral, the symbolic center of Russia as the Red Square and Lenin's Mausoleum, which also serves as the resting place of Vladimir Lenin and his body has been preserved there since 1924.

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Enjoy Moscow sightseeing at your own pace and explore the dynamic Russian capital on value-for-money Moscow hop-on, hop-off tours. Explore the charming city on double-decker buses with multiple routes covering popular Moscow attractions. Enjoy marathon sightseeing and discover the city at your own pace on a fun and flexible City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off Moscow bus tour that takes you around the city while providing an informative commentary on the buses about the points of interest. So, what are you waiting for? Start booking!

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The capital city of Russia, Moscow is home to the largest number of billionaires in the world. The city is the key political and socio-economic center of Russia and was named after the river Moskova. The city boasts a rich history spanning over eight centuries and is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites. Arbat street in Moscow is over 500 years old. With over 6 million passengers using the metro every day, Moscow’s metro is among the busiest in the world.

A hop-on hop-off Moscow bus tour aboard the double-decker buses is the easiest and most convenient way of sightseeing around this busy city. You can pick 48 hr ticket option to see the entire city at your own pace. The engaging commentary and complimentary walking tour work like icing on the cake. Make sure to book early and try an add-on boat tour to make the most of your itinerary.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: what is the best time to book a moscow hop-on hop-off tour.

March to May is the best time to plan a visit to Moscow. The days are long with significant sunshine which makes this time ideal for exploring the city. January is the coldest month so make sure to avoid it if you have a low tolerance for chilly weather. However, you will be able to score some good deals on airfare and accommodation during this time.

Q: How does it work?

Moscow bus tour offers you the convenience and flexibility to get off at the nearest designated stop. No tour guide, you set your own itinerary. You’ll find all the stops are located strategically at all the major attractions, making your touring as hassle-free as possible. And then, when you’re ready to continue, return to a designated bus stop, show your pass, and hop back on the bus and onwards towards your next attraction. So, go ahead and make a whole loop of the route once you have your tour ticket, get familiar with the city and pick out your favorite places to visit and then return to them during your stay.

Q: How many days are enough to explore Moscow?

We recommend at least two to three days to explore Moscow at a relaxed pace and cover most of its prominent attractions while enjoying shopping and local cuisine.

Q: What is the validity of the ticket?

There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.

Q: Where can I find a list of all the stops and a map of the various Moscow hop-on hop-off tour routes?

You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.

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Check out Moscow’s NEW electric river trams (PHOTOS)

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Water transportation has become another sector for the eco-friendly improvements the Moscow government is implementing. And it means business. On July 15, 2021, on the dock of Moscow’s ‘Zaryadye’ park, mayor Sergey Sobyanin was shown the first model of the upcoming river cruise boat.

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The model of the electrical boat with panoramic windows measures 22 meters in length. The river tram - as Muscovites call them - has a passenger capacity of 42, including two disabled seats. The trams will also get cutting edge info panels, USB docking stations, Wi-Fi, spaces for scooters and bicycles, as well as chairs and desks for working on the go. The boats will be available all year round, according to ‘Mosgortrans’, the regional transport agency. 

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Passengers will be able to pay with their ‘Troika’ public transport card, credit cards or bank cards. 

The main clientele targeted are people living in Moscow’s river districts - the upcoming trams will shorten their travel time in comparison to buses and other transportation by five times, Mosgortrans stated. 

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As the river trams are being rolled out, Moscow docks will also see mini-stations, some of which will also be outfitted with charging docks for speed-charging the boats.  

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Moscow is set to announce the start of the tender for construction and supply in September 2021. The first trams are scheduled to launch in June 2022 on two routes - from Kievskaya Station, through Moscow City, into Fili; and from ZIL to Pechatniki. 

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“Two full-scale routes will be created in 2022-2023, serviced by 20 river trams and a number of river stations. We’ll continue to develop them further if they prove to be popular with the citizens,” the Moscow mayor said .

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The world's highest tides, fresh salt air, sandy beaches, rocky coves, cosmopolitan cities, remote lighthouses, rich history, warm hospitality, rustic fishing villages, succulent seafood, unspoiled nature, varied activities, first-rate facilities and travel routes.  All of these things and more make Canada's Maritime Provinces one of the world's most popular destinations.  Experience the best of the Maritimes on this delightful tour of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

12 Nights' accommodation including 4 two-night stays 21 Meals including 2 lobster dinners Atlantic Canadian Tour Director or Driver Guide Meet and Greet Event Lobster Dinner Cruise on Shediac Bay Annapolis Valley Winery Tour & Tasting Peggy's Cove Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island World Famous Cabot Trail Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site Whale Watching Boat Tour (weather permitting)

DAY 1: Arrive Halifax, NS Arrive in  Halifax  and check in to your accommodations which are ideally located in the downtown core of this vibrant and cosmopolitan urban centre on the  Atlantic Ocean . Meet your Tour Director or Driver/Guide and fellow travelers this evening at a  Meet & Greet. Option: You may wish to add additional nights in Halifax to your vacation package.  Bursting with culture and rich history, Nova Scotia's capital city has much to offer. 

DAY 2: Halifax to Moncton, NB Explore the  Bay of Fundy  and learn about the world's highest tides as you meander its colourful coastline to  New Brunswick.   En route, explore the  Joggins Fossil Cliffs , a  UNESCO World Heritage Site , where you will see magnificently exposed layers of rock revealing the world's most complete fossil record of life in the "Coal Age" of 300 million years ago.  After crossing into  New Brunswick , an unforgettable culinary experience awaits as you enjoy a scrumptious lobster dinner on a lobster boat.*  Continue on to  Moncton  and check into your downtown hotel for the night. (Continental Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) *This component is not available on the October 12, 2021 departure; the lobster dinner will be enjoyed at a restaurant in Moncton.

DAY 3: Moncton to Saint John, NB Experience a true natural wonder this morning at the  Hopewell Rocks  on the coast of the  Bay of Fundy . Marvel at these massive flower-pot shaped formations sculpted by the highest tides on the planet.  Travel through  Fundy National Park  on to Canada's first incorporated city,  Saint John,  on the southern New Brunswick coast.    Enjoy   a  city tour,  including the  Reversing Falls  where twice daily the  Bay of Fundy  tides force the  Saint John River  to reverse its flow.  Check into your  Saint John  accommodations for a two-night stay.  (Breakfast, Lunch)

DAY 4: St. Andrews by-the-Sea Day Trip Enjoy a day trip to picturesque  St. Andrews by-the-Sea  where the quaint charm of this coastal town is sure to captivate.   After a  Whale Watching Boat Tour  (weather permitting), the afternoon is yours to experience the friendly people, beautiful architecture, and rich marine life of this seaside gem at your own pace. (Breakfast, Lunch)

DAY 5: Saint John to Digby, NS Ferry back to Nova Scotia this morning and arrive in  Digby,  the scallop capital of the world,   where the fresh sea air and passionate Acadian culture combine to form an enchanting and historically rich town.  Check into the  Digby Pines Golf Resort & Spa  overlooking the  Annapolis Basin  on the  Bay of Fundy. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 6: Digby to Halifax, NS Travel the lush Annapolis Valley where the French Acadians of Grand Pre made their first settlement in the early 1600's. Learn about this landscape's designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as fact and fiction blend to reveal the romance of the Land of Evangeline . Visit a local winery for a tour and tasting before returning to Halifax for a two-night stay. (Breakfast)

DAY 7: South Shore Touring Discover the rustic charm of the renowned fishing village of Peggy's Cove where you will enjoy breakfast overlooking one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world. Travel the South Shore and on to the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg, renowned for her fleets of Grand Banks' fishing schooners.  Take a walking tour to fully experience one of the most remarkably preserved colonial settlements in the New World, and visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic to learn about the town's famous seafaring heritage. (Breakfast)

DAY 8: Halifax to Charlottetown, PE Learn about the Mi'kmaq people at  Millbrook Cultural & Heritage Centre  before crossing  Confederation Bridge , the world's longest continuous multi-span bridge, to  Prince Edward Island.     Check into your  Charlottetown  accommodations   for a two-night stay and enjoy a theatre performance by local entertainers at the  Confederation Centre of the Arts  (a substitution may be necessary due to the theatre schedule). (Continental Breakfast)

DAY 9: Prince Edward Island Touring Enjoy a  free morning  in Charlottetown, Canada's birthplace, or join a complimentary  walking tour  of the city.  This afternoon, tour the scenic  North Shore  of the island.  Drive by red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields of  Prince Edward Island National Park  and visit  Anne of Green Gables Heritage Place , the alluring inspiration of Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic books.  Experience true Maritime hospitality this evening at a traditional hall-style  lobster supper . (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 10: Charlottetown to Baddeck, NS Ferry over the  Northumberland Strait  back to  Nova Scotia  and proceed to  Cape Breton Island ,   the Scotland of North America, via the  Canso Causeway .  Visit  Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site  in  Baddeck  to learn of the many accomplishments of this genius who made his home on the island before checking into your accommodations on the  Bras d'Or Lake  where you will spend the next two nights. (Breakfast, Dinner)

DAY 11: Cabot Trail Touring Experience one of the most stunningly picturesque drives in North America today as you tour the  Cabot Trail  which winds around the rocky splendor of Cape Breton's northern shore, ascending to the incredible plateaus of  Cape Breton Highlands National Park .  Look-offs offer unforgettable vistas of Cape Breton's rugged coastline so be sure to have your camera on hand .   (Breakfast, Boxed Lunch, Dinner)

DAY 12: Baddeck to Halifax, NS The Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site  awaits today. This reconstruction of the original French town and fortifications, depicting one-fifth of the settlement of 1744 New France, is the largest of its kind in North America. Your tour continues along the shore of the Bras d'Or Lake to the mainland, and back to Halifax for one last night in the Maritimes. (Breakfast)

O ption: You may wish to continue your Atlantic Canada vacation and join us today on our Circle Newfoundland & Labrador tour.

DAY 13: Depart Halifax Atlantic Tours' arrangements end on check out from the hotel.  We hope that you have enjoyed your time with us and that we'll see you again soon! (Continental Breakfast)


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Travelling with Atlantic Tours requires a certain level of activity and physical fitness to enjoy and take part in the tour.

While the specific requirements for each tour vary, in general, you MUST be able to:

· Enter and exit the motorcoach on your own.

· Enter and exit tour boats on your own.

· Climb stairs with ease.

· Walk up and down moderate to steep inclines.

· Walk on uneven surfaces.

· Walk distances of at least 100 feet at a reasonable pace.

· During walking tours, walk and stand for up to 2 hours.

· Manage your own luggage if luggage handling is not available.

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Regular Group Departures - up to 48 passengers

Per person Rates in CAD Rates are subject to 15% HST

Small Group Departures - up to 26 passengers 

Per person Rates in CAD  Rates are subject to 15% HST

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The tour well exceeded my expectations from start to finish!  Tour guide and driver were excellent.  There is nothing, in my opinion that could have been done better.   B. Zehnder

You get your money's worth on this tour; Atlantic Tours did not minimize on any of the activities or meals.  Our tour guide and driver were absolutely wonderful ' it felt like a large family group by end of tour.  S. Wetherall

A very informative and beautiful journey of the Maritimes.  J. Robertson

Loved the whole trip ' start to finish!!  A Miller-Cheyne

Everything about this journey was absolutely awesome!  R. VanMackelberg

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Maritime Metro Transit will have a new bus route, bus stop during Roosevelt Avenue construction

Work on roosevelt avenue is expected to be ongoing through october..

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TWO RIVERS — There will be a new bus route in the city while road construction is underway.

Because of work on Roosevelt Avenue, the Metro Transit Route 1 bus will turn left from 12th Street onto Madison Street, then right onto Memorial Drive as it heads back to the city of Manitowoc.

A temporary bus stop will be placed on Memorial Drive west of Lakefront Way, according to a news release from Maritime Metro Transit.

Construction is expected to be done in October.

Contact Maritime Metro at 920-686-3560 for information. You can also learn more at .

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Thousands of Mourners Attend Funeral of N.Y.P.D. Officer on Long Island

The killing of Officer Jonathan Diller, who was shot in the line of duty, has become a political flashpoint. Mayor Eric Adams and the police commissioner spoke at the services.

A large American flag is held up over a road as a funeral procession drives by.

By Hurubie Meko and Corey Kilgannon

Five days after New York City Police Officer Jonathan Diller was fatally shot in the line of duty , friends, family and colleagues gathered to remember him at a funeral on Saturday morning at a Catholic church on Long Island.

The funeral at St. Rose of Lima Church in Massapequa, like the two-day wake that preceded it, drew large crowds of law enforcement officers mourning a life cut short in a killing that has become a political flashpoint .

Before Officer Diller’s hearse arrived, the area in front of the church on Merrick Road was flooded with thousands of police officers from New York City and throughout the region. Children held signs in support of the police. An honor guard stood by as a lone bagpiper played at the church’s entrance and police helicopters buzzed overhead.

When the hearse arrived, it was led by hundreds of police motorcycles and a pipe and drum corps laying down a slow, solemn drumbeat. Uniformed officers carried the coffin into the church, past the honor guard and Officer Diller’s family.

His wife, Stephanie Diller, held their 1-year-old son, Ryan, dressed in a small dark suit. The boy wiggled in her arms and looked around curiously at the silent mourners as the bagpiper played “Amazing Grace.”

Officer Diller’s coffin was set down at the front of the church near the center aisle.

As mourners — many in New York Police Department uniforms — filed into the church, top leaders of the department could be seen sitting in the front rows.

The service began with a prayer at around 11:30 a.m.

Mayor Eric Adams, a former police captain, spoke at the event, addressing Officer Diller’s family and the broader Police Department. A vast majority of New York City residents, he said, “share our vision” of holding criminals accountable and reducing gun violence.

“I am you,” he told the assembled officers. “I know what it’s like to don a bulletproof vest.”

Officer Diller died doing what “we asked him to do,” said Police Commissioner Edward A. Caban, who spoke after the mayor. Officer Diller made dozens of arrests in his three years of service and “quickly became one of our best,” Commissioner Caban said.

“His death will never be his legacy,” he said, shortly before announcing that Officer Diller had been posthumously promoted to detective first grade, with a shield number matching his son’s birth date.

Applause erupted in the church at the announcement.

Officer Diller, 31, graduated from the State University of New York Maritime College with a degree in marine transportation in 2014. He joined the Police Department in February 2021, and had been recognized three times for “excellent police duty” since then.

He typically worked tougher parts of the southeast section of Queens near Kennedy International Airport. He and a partner were on patrol in such an area on Monday when they pulled up to a car with two people inside that was parked illegally at a bus stop on Mott Avenue in Far Rockaway, the police said.

Officer Diller told the man in the passenger seat, Guy Rivera, 34, to get out of the car, the police said. Mr. Rivera refused, pulled out a gun and shot Officer Diller in a part of his body below his protective vest, the police said. Despite having been shot, he managed to disarm Mr. Rivera, the police said. Officer Diller was pronounced dead after being taken to Jamaica Hospital.

His partner, Officer Veckash Khedna, returned fire, striking Mr. Rivera, who survived and was charged on Thursday with first-degree murder. The man in the car’s driver seat at the time, Lindy Jones , 41, was charged with a number of gun crimes related to the shooting.

Mr. Rivera had been arrested nearly two dozen times before, mostly on drug-related and assault charges, officials said.

Mr. Rivera is being represented by lawyers from the Legal Aid Society, a nonprofit. On Saturday, a spokesman from the organization said that the lawyers had no comment.

Some people — particularly Republicans — have seized on the killing as emblematic of what they consider the lax laws and public safety policies promoted by New York Democrats.

The unions representing the city’s police officers had warned City Council members whom they view as unsupportive of law enforcement not to attend Officer Diller’s wake or funeral. Patrick Hendry, president of the Police Benevolent Association, spoke at the funeral on Saturday and offered the union’s support to Officer Diller’s family.

There was a glimpse of the politicization surrounding Officer Diller’s killing when reports emerged from at least one news outlet claiming that Gov. Kathy Hochul had been asked to leave the wake for the officer that she attended on Friday.

At an Easter-related event in Albany on Saturday, Ms. Hochul said that no one had told her to leave the wake. She said her team had asked Officer Diller’s family if she would be welcome to attend.

“I said prayers at the casket and it was very respectful,” she said.

Former President Donald J. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee in this year’s presidential race, is among those who have denounced progressive policies as fomenting crime in New York City and elsewhere, even as data show crime declining across the United States.

Through March 24, reports of major crimes in the city — which include murder, felony assault and rape — are down by about 2 percent compared with the same time last year, according to police data.

Mr. Trump attended the wake for Officer Diller on Thursday and told reporters that the country needed to “get back to law and order” and to crack down on violent crime. He called Mr. Adams to offer condolences for the officer’s death and was greeted at the wake by Commissioner Caban.

On Saturday, Ms. Diller eulogized her husband, who she said “was absolutely my soul mate.”

Officer Diller, the youngest of three children, was “the mischievous one,” she said.

“But he also had the sweetest heart,” she said. Ms. Diller said he used to make his mother handwritten apology letters.

Officer Diller grew up skiing, playing lacrosse and hockey, Ms. Diller said. The couple met after being set up by a friend, she said, and they married in 2019. They had a “pretty much perfect” and quiet life in Massapequa, she said, until five days ago “when everything changed forever.”

“Nothing compared to his best role of all, being a dad,” Ms. Diller added. “Jonathan always wanted to be a dad and he wasted no time being the greatest one.”

After the service, six officers carried Officer Diller’s coffin to a hearse outside the church as thousands of uniformed officers stood at attention along Merrick Road.

A drum corps slowly led the hearse away, playing a somber rhythmic beat.

Jay Root contributed reporting.

Corey Kilgannon is a Times reporter who writes about crime and criminal justice in and around New York City, as well as breaking news and other feature stories. More about Corey Kilgannon

BYD and other Chinese manufacturers will take on Europe, and should be viewed just as seriously as Tesla due to their ‘good battery technology’, says Scania CEO

Christian Levin, chief executive officer of Scania AB

After pushing into Europe with their electric cars, Chinese manufacturers such as BYD Co. are expected to target another piece of the market: Big rigs.

One of Europe’s top truckmakers warned that the roughly 25 Chinese truck and bus manufacturers building a presence in the region should be taken just as seriously as Tesla Inc. because of their expertise in batteries and software.

Chinese e-bus brands “managed to establish themselves in a fairly short time, largely thanks to their access to very good battery technology,” Christian Levin, who heads Volkswagen AG’s Scania and Traton, said in an interview. “If you extrapolate and look at trucks, you can imagine a similar development.”

Scania, Volvo and Daimler Truck are offering electric rigs, but their success selling them  remains limited , even as Europe is pushing to curb transport emissions. BYD has built know-how and scale on the back of its rapidly expanding passenger-car businesses and is transferring some of those capabilities to  battery-powered trucks . The maker of the  8TT  heavy-duty rig has  sold  e-buses in markets such as Germany and  plans  to build an EV factory in Hungary. Other Chinese companies expanding in Europe include Yutong, Sany and JAC Motors.

While Levin anticipates tougher competition at home, Scania is setting up its own plant in China to benefit from growth in the world’s biggest truck market. Its facility under construction in Rugao in Jiangsu province, due to start operating in late 2025, has a license to produce as many as 50,000 vehicles annually, roughly half the Swedish brand’s current output. Scania hasn’t yet decided which models will be built there.

Scania is a premium brand with typically double-digit margins and most of its deliveries in Europe. Setting up shop in China will cut production costs and solve a capacity problem that lost the company business in the Asian country due to long delivery times, Levin said.

The move will also help Scania tap into China’s technology expertise, either by hiring skilled workers or potentially buying software startups specializing in human-to-machine interfaces or voice recognition, the CEO said. The market also is a good starting place to sell elsewhere in Asia.

“China is where the sub-suppliers are, where the home market is and with fine trade agreements with most of the surrounding countries.” Levin said. “It is easy to export out of China.”

Scania is catching up in China. Daimler Truck has been manufacturing Mercedes-Benz rigs in the country with local partner Foton Motor  since 2022 . While Volvo late last year canceled plans to buy Chinese truckmaker JMC Heavy Duty Vehicle, it’s building buses, engines and construction equipment in China and has joint ventures with local truckmaker  Dongfeng Trucks  and SDLG, a maker of construction equipment.

Scania will be running its factory without a Chinese partner, giving the Sweden-based brand full control over manufacturing processes and its intellectual property.

“In the current economic and political environment, companies that are initiating industrial operations in China are taking bold steps,” said Roman Mathyssek, a partner at strategy consultancy Monitor Deloitte. “For those that missed M&A opportunities in the region, participating in the Asia growth story with market entries out of their brand portfolio is a good strategic solution.”

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