Filthy, understaffed, no communication. The bus was 2 hours late, had garbage tucked in between the seats from previous passengers - wrappers, food leftovers. The seat was sticky. I would walk before I take a Greyhound bus again.
I was never allowed on the bus. I had selected “will call” for my ticket delivery, which has never been an issue, but my station’s entire office was closed and my will call tickets could not be delivered. My driver had no record of my reservation. I had to be driven to my destination by family because it would have cost 80$ to change my ticket time at a different station
Bus never showed up. Waited 3 hours as they kept saying it was delayed. It skipped the airport stop. I was waiting with 4 other people who take the bus frequently. They said it happens all the time. Will never ever take the bus again.
Bus driver was very courteous. Online ticket plus ID check system made us feel safe. Bus wasnt new but ride was quiet and aircon was cool. Good way to go to our destination simply and without having to drive myself.
$90 for a 3 hour bus trip is extortionate. Seat assignment is non existant. Perhaps look at the Mexican bus system, a great example of service, comfort and value. The value Greyhound delivers for that heavy heavy price is pale in comparison.
It was the worst experience I ever had and I don’t write reviews but that was ridiculous.. I had to miss two days of work because they greyhound there and back both got cancelled I had to sit at the station from 9 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon.. I get to Atlanta finally and when I come back my bus cancelled again .. So say there from 4 in the morning until 6 & caught a jammed in bus to Macon then wait until 10:30 to take another jammed in bus to Savannah it was just horrible
Had serious problems printing the ticket. I was given too many explanations to a problem that still has not been solved. Told that my ticket had expired, that I cant print until the day of. Miss communication between customer service and they offices.
After I was picked up at the Atlanta airport, and after two stops, en route to Savannah, we had a flat tire about 11:30 pm. We waited over an hour for a man to commit to coming to fix the tire. When he arrived we had to get off the bus maybe 1:30 am. We were on the side of the road for awhile for the man to fix the tire. I get nausea from cigarette smoke and many people were smoking. For safety reasons, why didn't Greyhound send another bus or two smaller ones to get us out of that place in the middle of the night? I don't feel the situation was handled correctly. Is there any compensation for our inconvenience? I hope to hear back about this situation. When the bus driver got off the bus to check on the situation, he turned on the radio and had it blasting while we sat on the bus. I shut it off.
Representatives at the airport told me at 1pm that greyhound will not be picking up at the airport because their bus station has been shut down. They advised me to take Marta train to the greyhound station outside the airport and when I arrived at 147pm my bus had left there and I missed it.. forcing me to purchase another bus ticket for 4pm with another charter. I'm extremely displeased. No one at the greyhound station was helpful and everyone I spoke to gave me different information about where the pickup locations were. Extremely disorganized.
Frequently asked questions for your trip Atlanta - Savannah
How much does a bus ticket from Atlanta to Savannah cost?
The average bus ticket price from Atlanta to Savannah is $55. The best way to find cheap bus tickets from Atlanta to Savannah is to book your tickets as early as possible. Prices tend to rise as your travel date approaches, so book in advance to secure the best prices!
How long is the bus ride from Atlanta to Savannah?
The average travel time between Atlanta and Savannah is around 4h 35m, although the fastest bus will take about 4h 10m.This is the time it takes to travel the 221 miles that separates the two cities.
How many daily bus connections are there between Atlanta and Savannah?
The number of buses from Atlanta to Savannah can differ depending on the day of the week. On average, there are 3 on this route. Some buses run direct routes, while others have layovers. Simplify your bus trip from Atlanta to Savannah by comparing and selecting the bus that fits you travel style and budget on Busbud.
Which bus companies travel from Atlanta to Savannah?
When taking the bus from Atlanta to Savannah, you can travel comfortably and safely with Southeastern Stages, Greyhound.
What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from Atlanta to Savannah?
Buses traveling between Atlanta and Savannah leave from Downtown Greyhound Station or ATL Airport and arrive at Greyhound Station.
Best time to book your trip
Price is for a one-way ticket for one passenger and based on past departures.
Days before departure
Over the last 90 days, ticket prices from Atlanta to Savannah vary and during peak season, ticket prices are around $74 while at other times, you can expect to pay around $51.
If we look at the other days, booking between 30 days and 60 days before the departure will allow you to save $7.
About Bus Travel
Bus Travel Tips
Make friends with the driver. They usually know a lot about your destination and may even recommend which side of the bus to sit on to get the best views on the road between Atlanta and Savannah!
Much more than a mere vehicle taking you from Atlanta to Savannah, riding the bus will expose you to some of the most stunning panoramas while enroute to your final bus stop.
Buses have the smallest carbon footprint of all motorized transport modes. A bus going from Atlanta to Savannah will emit half the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
Make a music playlist for your bus ride from Atlanta to Savannah, and enjoy the scenery to tunes from your own personal soundtrack.
Did you know?
Did you know that 80% of the buses in North America are equipped with WiFi and power outlets ? And 60% of bus travelers have used their electronic device on board during 2014.
9.2% of ground transportation in Europe is done by bus versus 7.4% by train.
Did you know there are on average 4,400 intercity bus departures every day in the US only? This number has been growing for 9 years in a row, yay!
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