Children under the age of four and whose height is less than 100 cm, provided that they are accompanied by a person of legal age, can travel free of charge, but they cannot occupy a  seat and must travel on the accompanying person’s lap. However, each accompanying person cannot travel with more than one child on their lap.


Children who, by virtue of the above limit, cannot travel on the accompanying person’s lap are subject to the payment of a regular ticket.

Any strollers can be carried free of charge, but they must be stored in the trunk of the bus, with consequent application of the provisions relating to luggage transportation.

Except in the case of students, minors under the age of 14 are not allowed on board, unless they travel with an accompanying person. If the accompanying person is a person other than the parent (or guardian), the latter must attach to the ticket the parental consent that authorizes them to accompany the minor.

Minors who have reached the age of 14 can travel unaccompanied, provided that they attach to the ticket the parental consent authorizing them to travel unaccompanied.


The accompanying person is required to ensure that the minor wears the safety belts on board the vehicle, in compliance with the provisions of the General Terms and Conditions of Carriage.