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City Information

Orlando is the Theme Park Capital of the World, thanks to the high density of thrilling parks like Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, LEGOLAND, Gatorland and more. It's no wonder we rated Orlando the #1 travel destination for families. Family vacation or not, if the highlight of your trip is picking out a wand at Ollivanders in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter or finally meeting Elsa in the Magic Kingdom, you know we won't judge.

Winter Park and Thornton Park – not more theme parks, we promise – are trendy neighborhoods where you can experience some of Orlando's world-class shopping, dining, and craft beer. You can also immerse yourself in some of Florida's unique wildlife at Orlando Wetlands Park, or the more central Lake Eola Park downtown. Orlando enjoys an average of 233 days of sunshine a year, so even though it's one of the cheapest cities to visit over Spring Break, you'll soak up that sweet, sweet sun almost any time of year.

Craving the ocean? Head a few hours outside Orlando for some of Florida's gorgeous beaches like New Smyrna Beach, Cocoa Beach, and the Canaveral National Seashore. Two large airports, as well as many bus and train companies with service in the area, mean that traveling from Orlando to other sunny Florida destinations and beyond is a breeze.

Station Information

Orlando Bus Terminal

The Bus Terminal at 555 N John Young Pkwy is the primary Greyhound bus station in Orlando, where travelers can catch a bus to other destinations throughout Florida and beyond. The station is located under 3 miles from downtown Orlando and the nearest SunRail station. There is also a Lynx public bus stop which conveniently drops people off right at the Greyhound Bus Terminal. Open 24 hours a day, the bus station provides vending machines if you need a quick bite, and there are also several fast food options within a short walk to fuel up before your trip.

Popular bus stations in Orlando:

  • Bus Terminal - 555 N John Young Pkwy

  • 4953 International Drive

  • Jet Set Terminal

  • 1777 McCoy Rd

  • Orlando International Airport

  • Orlando (Sand Lk Road)

  • 5046 W Colonial Dr

  • 5215 W Colonial Dr

  • University of Central Florida

  • 2417 W OakRidge Rd

What bus companies travel to Orlando, Florida?

Located in Florida, Orlando is accessible by bus from 222 other cities. You can choose from 660 daily scheduled trips when you search for buses to Orlando on Wanderu. Greyhound usually has the most buses on any given day.

Looking for other ways to get there? Train tickets to Orlando are also available.

Bus companies serving Orlando

BusRoutesAvg. TimeAvg. Price
Greyhound1141d 5h 58m$151.13
Tornado Bus801d 2h 32m$191.02
FlixBus US435h 15m$30.91
El Expreso Bus3021h 56m$183.89
PandaNY Bus2010h 53m$96.24
RedCoach Economy113h 17m$35.47
Jet Set Express104h 18m$25.07
RedCoach Business93h 14m$52.90
RedCoach First Class93h 16m$46.08
Wanda Coach217h 32m$103.42
  • Greyhound


    Greyhound is the largest nationwide coach carrier in the United States, offering cheap, safe and reliable service across the country. Greyhound has become a household name, serving over 16 million passengers per year with daily trips to over 2,400 destinations.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a good price for a bus ticket to Orlando?

$7.99 is the cheapest price for a bus ticket to Orlando, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to Orlando. In the last month, buses from Tampa to Orlando had the lowest average price at $9.45.

Where is the bus station in Orlando, FL?

The busiest bus station in Orlando is Bus Terminal - 555 N John Young Pkwy. There are several other active stations in addition to this main station. The most popular bus stations in Orlando are:

  • Bus Terminal - 555 N John Young Pkwy
  • 4953 International Drive
  • Jet Set Terminal

Which bus service has the best service to Orlando?

Based on customers travel reviews, travelers who booked on Wanderu rave about traveling to Orlando by bus with RedCoach Express giving them a 5 rating out of 5. Travelers also mentioned that RedCoach Express had the most comfortable bus service to Orlando taking into account the seats and amenities that RedCoach Express offers. They rate RedCoach Express a 5 out of 5 when it comes to just how relaxing and enjoyable their experience was onboard. If you are looking to arrive to Orlando punctually travelers suggest that RedCoach Express has the best on time performance on their bus schedules to Orlando, rating them a 5 based on their on time arrivals.

What is the closest airport to Orlando, FL?

The closest airport to Orlando is Orlando Executive Airport (ORL), it is located 2.9 miles from the city center of Orlando.

Where should you stay in Orlando?

A couple of great neighborhoods to stay in Orlando are the Park Central and Millenia areas. They’re near Orlando’s Orange Blossom Center bus station, which means you can take a bus or take a quick ride in an Uber or Lyft to get there. The neighborhoods have an assortment of restaurants in walking distance, and most AirBnBs in the area average between $25 and $55 per night.

A little further afield (but closer to Orlando’s downtown), you might consider staying in the Griffin Park Historic District, which is about a 12-minute drive from Orange Blossom Center. From there you can easily commute into the city, and will be near all the exciting dining and nightlife that downtown Orlando has to offer.

If you’re looking to stay closer to Disney World, take a look at the neighborhoods surrounding Lake Ruby. You can find a reasonable price on accommodations while still being just 10 minutes away from the resort. The area surrounding Lake Ruby also has a number of reasonably priced restaurants, and some places where you can purchase snacks (if you don’t want to spend $6 on an in-park churro).

How do you get around Orlando?

The public transit provider in Orlando is called LYNX, and is mostly made up of city buses. LYNX covers more than 2.500 square miles through multiple counties. You can either buy a bus pass for a single ride (which starts at $2) or you can buy a 7-day standard pass for $16. These buses have fixed routes, so it would be wise to look in advance to see which route(s) you will need before purchasing bus passes. From Orange Blossom Center, you can board a bus that heads directly to the Lynx Central Station in downtown Orlando (about a 25- to 30-minute ride).

Another option provided by LYNX is the LYMMO, a bus rapid transit service that has dedicated lanes to avoid traffic congestion. LYMMO service runs Monday–Friday, 6 a.m. to 10:45 p.m., and on Saturday–Sunday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Even better, LYMMO service is free. Each LYMMO bus has its own color, indicating which routes it provides.

What are some places to visit in Orlando?

Orlando is well-known for its outdoor theme parks, with multiple to choose from. A few of the best include the famous Walt Disney World Resort (which includes the Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot and more), the Universal Orlando Resort (which includes The Wizarding World of Harry Potter) and Gatorland. All of these parks are a bit pricey — however, they are a great way to spend the day with family and friends.

If you’re looking for something a bit more gentle on the wallet, Orlando has many other fun activities, some of which are free. The East End Market is a terrific place to walk around and browse products from many local artisans. Lake Eola Park and Bill Frederick Park are also awesome if you want to spend some time outdoors.

Another good spot, just outside of Universal Studios, is the Universal Citywalk. It’s an exciting place to grab a bite to eat, as well as just enjoy the energy and atmosphere (even if you don’t actually visit the theme park). Oftentimes you’ll come across street performers or live music.

What are some good restaurants in Orlando?

In the Millenia neighborhood, Sushi Katana is also an excellent choice. Here you can find mouth-watering maki rolls and fresh fish, as well as some noodle dishes if raw fish isn’t your jam.

Another nice place to grab a bite to eat is Nikki’s Place, a fun and friendly soul food restaurant. The restaurant is situated near the Griffin Park Historic District, and serves up tasty specials like meatloaf, and shrimp and grits.

What is the best time to visit Orlando by bus?

The best time to visit Orlando is from March to May. That’s when you’ll find the weather at its most pleasant, with lows in the 70s to highs in the 80s. At this time the prices are also lower for travel and lodging. Avoiding both summer and winter in Orlando is ideal if you want to skip the crowds and overall price hikes.

Is Orlando a popular bus travel destination?

Orlando ranks number 33 among most popular bus destinations in the region. It also ranks number 452 in United States. Orlando has the second most number of destinations in Florida that are connected to Orlando by bus service. Each day 263 direct bus schedules arrive in the Orlando.

What is the population of Orlando?

The population of Orlando is 270934. Orlando ranks number 11 in terms of population in Florida and number 192 in all of United States.

How much do bus tickets to Orlando cost?

Bus tickets to Orlando range from $9 for a short trip to Orlando, while a 60 to 200 mile bus trip to Orlando starts at , and a longer trip by bus to Orlando can be as cheap as . Looking to travel across state or province lines? A trip from out of your region will be as low as $22 .

What type of traveler does Orlando attract?

People who take the bus to Orlando are most often visiting their families or loved ones. With frequent schedules, the ability to book and hop on a bus last minute make taking a bus to Orlando easy whether you're planning a trip far in advance or need some quality time with loved ones at the last minute.

What bus station is located closest to the city center of Orlando?

The closest bus station to the city center of Orlando is Bus Terminal - 555 N John Young Pkwy, located just 2.2 miles away. Select Bus Terminal - 555 N John Young Pkwy as your arrival if your plans call for exploring the downtown area of Orlando. Search on Wanderu and in the search results you can filter travel options by arriving or departing station.

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