About Bus Travel
Bus Travel Tips
If you're abroad, study some local language. Not only could it get you out of a pickle during your bus trip from Buenos Aires to Porto Alegre but it'll also be endearing to native speakers who will surely appreciate your effort.
Start sightseeing the minute your bus leaves the station. If you're on the night bus from Buenos Aires to Porto Alegre, get comfy and count the stars.
Buses have the smallest carbon footprint of all motorized transport modes. A bus going from Buenos Aires to Porto Alegre will emit half the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
Tune out to the fine sounds of your best music playlist on your bus trip from Buenos Aires to Porto Alegre while indulging in miles on end of beautiful scenic views.
Did you know?
The average number of passengers on a coach bus is 32 meaning that a bus could replace a minimum of at least 30 cars!
It takes 27 hours to go by bus from Lima to Cusco, one of the craziest bus trips on the world. This route is used daily by locals and backpackers.
The bus driver with the longest career in the world drove more than 2,000,000 miles and is a happy World Record holder.