When Using our Bus System...
When you are on vacation in Orlando and do not have a rental car, your visit can be limited to the touristic areas. Orlando’s Bus system is called LYNX. This public transportation system for Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties can help you explore our city on a budget.
If you are looking for an affordable way to go to any city within the US from Orlando or to Orlando, Greyhound can be your best choice.
Phone: 1 (800) 231-2222
This inter-city bus carrier serves over 3,800 destinations across the United States. Recently Greyhound opened its Express program - a low-cost express city-to-city service that makes either no stops or fewer stops compared to a traditional route. Guru recommends this route not only because the pricing but because the travel time savings.
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I-RIDE Trolley Unlimited Ride Pass
You can board the I-RIDE Trolley at any of the stops for the duration of your pass, which includes trolley transfers between the Main Line and Green Line; a transfer coupon is not required with your Unlimited Ride Pass.
Phone: (407) 841-5969
Lynx is a bus system serving the greater Orlando area including Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties. The standard adult one-way fare is $2 with free single transfers valid for 90 minutes (not valid on the same Link or for round trips). Lynx runs the zero-fare Lymmo Bus (Links 31 and 62) in Downtown Orlando, connecting many downtown destinations to parking and the Lynx Central Station. Guru does not recommend taking the bus if you are on vacation due to travel times! -Distances can be huge in Central Florida
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Phone: 1 (877) 462-6342
Mega bus has offered discount travel services since 2006, operating throughout the eastern, southern, Midwestern, and western United States and in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Megabus is notable for using curbside bus stops instead of traditional stations and low fares starting at $1, All Megabus coaches are equipped with Wi-Fi and electrical outlets. Guru Recommends to travel either from or to Miami this way if looking for an inexpensive transportation when traveling from Orlando! Book your ticket as far in advance as possible, the furthest in advance the cheaper your ticket will be! **You may bring 1 (one) standard sized suitcase (weighing no more than 50 pounds) per reservation and 1 carry on-piece which is capable of being stored beneath the seat in front of you
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Orlando Attractions Roundtrip Transfer
Take the easy way and book your transfers to all the best Orlando attractions here. Transfers run from early in the morning to late at night so you won't miss a minute of the fun.Enjoy comfortable rides to and from hotels in (International Drive) and (Lake Buena Vista, Walt Disney World and Highway 192W) to Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando, Sea World, Wet 'n Wild, Medieval Times, Arabian Nights. See full list...