All the Places You Can Visit from Kansas City for Less Than $20

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Cheap bus and train travel from Kansas City.

When you book with Wanderu, you can score cheap bus tickets to some exciting destinations. We’ve got you covered with some of the best travel deals for a midwestern vacation of gorgeous landscapes and cities full of music, culture, and good eats.

There are six cities that you can visit from Kansas City for less than $20. Talk about serious savings! You can travel for cheap by bus or train to popular places like Topeka or Sedalia.

While there seem to be no $1 deals available from Kansas City, there are still plenty of places to visit without breaking the bank. If you don’t see a destination you like on the list below, be sure to check out our Explore search tool for more locations to visit based on your budget.

Kansas

Route $1 Deals? Cheapest Avg. Price
Kansas City to Lawrence $13.67
Kansas City to Topeka $14.00

What is Cheapest Average Price?

The cheapest average price is the average amount of all of the cheapest bus or train prices available on Wanderu for a certain route over a 30-day period.

Bus and train carriers utilize what is known as dynamic pricing to determine ticket prices. That means that when a specific trip goes on sale (usually within four to six weeks prior to the trip date), tickets for that particular bus or train start at a certain low price and then get more expensive the more tickets are sold for that trip.

The cheapest average price may vary according to availability and carrier changes.

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About the author
Staffo Dobrev

Staffo Dobrev

Having lived in some of the greatest cities in the world, Staffo has always had a soft spot for travel and adventures. Instead of hitting the usual tourist attractions, though, Staffo prefers to make friends with local people and check out fun places and activities that are not in the travel books.