Those who decide to make this journey will find themselves at the North Cape, i.e. the northernmost point of continental Europe
The longest bus journey in the world has been planned by an Indian company, which is expected to last 56 days.
A total of 30 passengers are set to depart in August on the bus, which will stop in 22 countries starting in Istanbul, crossing the Balkans, passing through Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Western Europe and arriving in the UK.
Those who decide to take this trip will find themselves at the North Cape, the northernmost point of continental Europe, and will also enjoy a cruise along the Norwegian fjords.
The entire package, which will cost travelers $24,300, includes daily breakfast, along with 30 meals and dinners, as well as all hotel nights.
As CNN reports the vehicle is described as “a special luxury bus designed for comfortable long-distance travel.”
According to Guinness World Records, the current longest bus route in the world stretches 6,200 kilometers, connecting Lima, Peru, with Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.< /p>
Last year, the Swiss railway company Rhaetian Railway set the record for the world's longest train with the commissioning of a 1.9km long train with 100 carriages traveling from Preda, Switzerland to Bergen.
The bus to London is scheduled to depart Istanbul on August 7th and arrive in London on October 1st. If he succeeds then this may also enter the Guinness Book of Records.