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  Cheap bus tickets to Dallas

  • Houston
      9:00 PM
      1:00 AM
    2 Jun
    megabus US
    from $100
  • Baton Rouge
      6:45 PM
      6:15 AM
    6 May
    Greyhound US
    from $5200
  • New York
      3:45 AM
      6:20 PM
    11 Jun
    Greyhound US
    from $9900
  • Athens, OH
      5:15 AM
      6:15 AM
    3 May
    Greyhound US
    from $12900
  • Albany, NY
      9:20 PM
      6:40 PM
    13 May
    Greyhound US
    from $13900
  • Montreal, QC
      11:15 AM
      1:15 PM
    5 May
    Greyhound US
    from $16380
  • 100 Mile House, BC
      4:10 AM
      7:20 AM
    13 May
    Greyhound US
    from $18350
356 Bus connections
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Dallas is the third largest city in Texas located in the north of the state, which is notable for its abundant museums, enthusiasm for sports and Tex-Mex cuisine. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, for example, stores the legacy of President John F. Kennedy, and thus attracts a lot of tourists’ eyeballs every year. At the Arts District you can visit Dallas Museum of Art and learn about the city’s past. It is next to the grand Meyerson Symphony Center, where you can enjoy some world-class orchestra. Make sure to sit in the AT&T Stadium during football season to watch an NFL game if you are a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. On a hot summer’s day, get some fresh air at Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens and take a look at the huge variety of exotic plants and flowers. Or you can organize a boat tour in the middle of White Rock or Bachman Lake, overlooking the Dallas Skyline consisting of modernist skyscrapers. One of them is the Reunion Tower, which offers visitors a 360-degree view over Dallas from its high-class restaurant in the golden ball at the top. Other skyscrapers include several postmodernist ones like the Renaissance Tower and Fountain Place. Of course, dining and shopping at the North Park Center or Galleria Dallas will also be a good idea since there are numerous authentic Mexican restaurants, shopping malls and boutiques to choose from.

As a pivotal transportation hub in the southwest of America, there are four major interstate highways crossing through Dallas. Therefore, traveling by bus to the “Cowboy City” is not only affordable but also highly convenient. CheckMyBus will gather all the available bus routes and cheap tickets for you from numerous major US bus companies, such as Greyhound Bus, which serves three bus terminals at 8770 S Polk St, 205 S Lamar St and 627 N Westmoreland Ave respectively. Additionally, low-cost operator megabus serves one station at DART East Transfer Center within Downtown Dallas, from where you can start your sightseeing right away!

Dallas Facts
1.20 Million
US Dollar

All intercity bus stations in Dallas

North Olive Street 330, Dallas (USA)
S Lamar St 205, 75202 Dallas (USA)
Gateway Blvd 1178, 75154 Dallas (USA)
N Westmoreland Ave 627, 75211 Dallas (USA)

Dallas travel info

Dallas public transportation options
One-way local bus ticket$2.50
Monthly Pass$80.00
People use train or metro6.06 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi$3.81
Middle-distance taxi$6.79
Long-distance taxi$17.22
Eat and Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal$12.00
3-course menu$25.00
Small cappuccino$4.03
A big draft beer$4.00
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal$3.16
Meal with meat$3.98
Bottle of water$1.72
Bottle of wine (mid level)$10.00