Cheap buses leaving today
One passenger / one way
Cheap buses leaving tomorrow
One passenger / one way
Cheap buses leaving Tuesday
One passenger / one way
Bus Dallas to San Antonio: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Dallas - San Antonio
User reviews from travelers who booked a bus ticket from Dallas to San Antonio
Ratings and Reviews (12)
everything was good driver did good job
Was cancel my trip for some reason.
Bus left over 2 hours late. A cursory apology only for the late departure. Bus itself was comfortable enough without being luxurious.
I bought a direct trip and this bus stoped in every town between Dallas and San Antonio.
The outbound staff at the Dallas were rude and not helpful. I had questions about luggage specifications and the representative said, "Stand aside, I ain't got time for that." The station itself was very poorly maintained and was grungy in appearance. The cleanliness of the bus itself was not bad. I will NEVER ever ride Greyhound again.
The bus was 1h 30min late. It was freezing inside. Thanks to the air conditioner, we got cold. We were very unhappy and dissatisfied.
Yes, I was not aware of policy of their is no Rufunds! I did not make the trip due to a personal problem. And I still got charge on my credit card ! I am extremely upset!
on the restorant a round 630 am, some body was spraying chemicals/ cleaning while we were eating she couldn't listen to us or stop first sorry to say that but it dispointed me..
The staff in Dallas were extremely rude and gave me wrong information causing me to really stress out knowing that I was really in a hurry to get to San Antonio they also didn't want to allow me to get a ticket for a certain time but I asked the security guard to confirm a question about it, she pulls up the info and tells me I could purchase a ticket at that hour( that I was told I couldn't at the ticket counter) which I deeply thank her for all the help and information she was able to provide. But our driver gave everyone on the bus an attitude , got into a fight with one of the riders on the bus and told us to leave him alone because he didn't have time to answer our questions we also arrived an 1 and 30 mins late
Professional,patient and caring staff from Dallas to San Antonio!
First time... not sure if I would do it again
The staff at greyhound station in dallas are too slow. Took 2 hours just to obtain boarding pass might need to bring a lunch.
Traveling from Dallas to San Antonio on the Bus
If you’re visiting the Lone Star State, chances are that you’ll be visiting cities such as Dallas and San Antonio. With some of the most famous locations in Texas, such as Dealey Plaza and the Alamo, as well as thriving dining and nightlife scenes, these cities are often at the top of travelers’ lists. But getting between them can be a long journey. Why not consider the bus?
How long can I expect to be on the bus?
Dallas and San Antonio are less than 300 miles apart, or about 4.5 hours by car without traffic. Bus service between the cities ranges between 4 hours 50 minutes and 5 hours 25 minutes. If the idea of five hours on a bus is too much, consider booking Dallas to Austin and stretch your legs, and then book another ticket from Austin to San Antonio. Another option is to book a late night departure and sleep on the bus.
What are the schedules like?
On average, there are around 20 departures a day between Dallas and San Antonio on Greyhound and Grupo Senda bus lines. They run around the clock, so you’re guaranteed to find a route that fits your schedule. Departures start as early as 3:15am and go as late as 11:40pm.
How much will it cost?
You may be able to find one way fares for as low as $13 for Greyhound on Busbud, while Grupo Senda is around $35. You may be able to save a few dollars by booking a round trip fare in some cases. Busbud sometimes offers discount or promo codes, so check the website regularly.
How do I buy a ticket?
Buying your Dallas to San Antonio bus ticket is a breeze on Busbud. Do a search and you’ll see the various routes scheduled each day. Pick the most convenient route and enter your info. Be sure it matches the photo ID you plan to use on the trip and then reserve your ticket using a credit or debit card, and you’re good to go.
Where do the buses leave and depart from in Dallas and San Antonio?
Departure stations in Dallas include the Oficinas de Dallas Bus Stop for Grupo Senda and the Dallas Greyhound Bus Station on Lamar Street. Arrival stations in San Antonio are the Greyhound Bus Station on St. Mary’s Street and the Central de Autobuses de San Antonio for Grupo Senda.
What amenities can I expect to find on the bus?
Economy seats on Greyhound include Wi-Fi, air conditioning, power outlets, and toilet. On Grupo Senda, you won’t have the free Wi-Fi, but there is TV on board.
What is it like taking the bus vs. flying?
By taking the bus between Dallas and San Antonio, you’ll save yourself quite a bit of money and hassle. You’ll have a comfortable seat, no luggage fees, and no TSA checkpoints to stand in line for. Print your bus ticket at home, show up at the station, and enjoy air conditioning and either free Wi-Fi or television, which you aren’t likely to get on your flight.
This helpful advice was brought to you by Erin de Santiago of ourtastytravels.com
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 Dallas to San Antonio but it'll also be endearing to native speakers who will surely appreciate your effort.
Much more than a mere vehicle taking you from Dallas to San Antonio, riding the bus will expose you to some of 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 Dallas to San Antonio will emit half the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
Create your own real life musical score by curating a personalized bus travel playlist - the perfect accompaniment to your bus ride from Dallas to San Antonio.
Did you know?
9.2% of ground transportation in Europe is done by bus versus 7.4% by train.
The word 'bus' is an abbreviation of 'omnibus" which means 'for all' in Latin as buses were meant to be transportation for everybody.
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.
Popular routes in this country
The Best Way To Book Bus Tickets
Busbud helps you easily search, compare and book intercity bus tickets on a worlwide scale with our comprehensive list of bus routes and schedules. Use Busbud to book your trip online, in your own language and currency, wherever you are. Busbud prides itself on its worldwide partnerships. We make it possible for you to buy tickets with its large network of trustworthy bus partners like Greyhound, Megabus, Eurolines, ALSA, iDBUS, National Express and many others.
- Super Fast
- The Most Options
- Friendly Crew