In 1994 we bought that bus as the first completely new bus right from the Carrus factory near Turku in Finland.
At first, this bus rode on the Tallinn–Berlin line and later on national lines. As a result, it had rode more than three million kilometres and it still does not even look like it would want to rest and retire.
This bus is the bus of all buses, but most people do not even know that it is a bus. Most buses rolling around in Nordic countries are Carruses.
These buses never break thanks to the body constructed on a Volvo or Scania basis that will never rust because it is made of stainless metal.
No normal human being has ever heard of a bus called Carrus yet everyone has travelled in one.
We did not want the Carruses to feel left aside so we decided to promote one of them and add it to our shiny set of timeless buses.
Carrus 602 Star is a hard working bus that is suitable for a year-round use everywhere. During winter the bus will be warm regardless of the temperature outside and in summer the bus is nice and cool even during a trip to south.
The bus has about 49 seats, a seat for the guide with a microphone and private space for anyone with a small bladder.
The luggage compartment is very spacious and fits all baggage. Although it is a perfectly normal bus the seat backs do not have a personal media screen for each passenger. So in a sense, for us, it is still a historic bus.
If you need more information about us or our buses, feel free to contact us. Preparing and starting a timeless bus, and rolling it out of the garage costs 3500 euros per day, regardless of the length of the journey.