Next time you catch yourself complaining about your 4-hour bus ride from Boston to New York City, consider this: the longest ever bus ride took almost 400 days to complete.
We’ll go back to our record-breaking mammoth of a journey in a moment but, first, let’s take a look closer to home.
There seems to be a general consensus: 2016 was, in the best of cases, a controversial year.
So long, 2016…
The bright lights, the people, the snow… when it comes to celebrating the holidays, cities play as important a role as the actual celebration. But what makes a city more festive than others? Continue reading
Kick the winter blues goodbye! We have partnered with Thailand-based 12Go Asia, a leading OTA from Bangkok, to offer cheap bus travel in Southeast Asia.
You’d better watch out! Santa and his methane-emitting reindeer are coming to town and are about to leave a carbon footprint of apocalyptic proportions!
Our only wish this Christmas is for Santa to ditch Rudolph and his gang and save the world from an environmental catastrophe.
Do you want to do your fair bit for the environment? Then try rethinking your commutes and long-distance trips and take the bus instead.
Knowing that buses are the greenest way to travel, we asked ourselves the question:
What if all Americans ditched their automobiles and instead traveled by bus?
The results are staggering.
If Black Friday wasn’t enough, a new weeks begins with even more amazing offers!
You can now take advantage of Cyber Monday and save big on bus travel. Leading the charge is Greyhound, who just announced huge savings beginning at 7:00am on November 28th. But others also followed suit and are offering great discounts across the board.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, as many as 540,000 passengers will be traveling by bus (that’s Greyhound alone) to see their families. Some journeys will be long but if you follow a couple of simple steps, they will definitely be easier to handle.
We have put together a list of insider tips to let you enjoy your Thanksgiving bus ride as much as the destination! Continue reading
Although we now live in a time when ultra modern buses (with 21st century features such as free WiFi, power plugs, etc.) zoom down the nation’s interstates, traveling by bus is still seen -quite unfairly, we might add- as the black sheep of intercity travel.