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Buses in Canada

Taking buses in Canada is one of the most convenient ways to travel between Canada's most popular cities, like Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. Sit back, relax and admire the beautiful natural landscape that Canada is so famous for. Buses in Canada are the cheapest way to travel between Canada's cities, as they are of a much lower price than equivalent train and plane journeys. Booking online in advance of travel can save travelers a lot of money, as tickets frequently increase in price before the day of departure; the earlier you book, the better!

Popular routes include Montreal to Ottawa, Toronto to Montreal, Vancouver to Toronto, and Toronto to the United States' Niagara Falls. Travelers who require connecting journeys to reach their final destination can use Omio to easily see each step of their journey. Booking with Omio is the best way to keep organized while choosing which buses in Canada to take because mobile tickets mean your whole travel itinerary is in one handy place -​ your cell phone! 

Booking with Omio

Book bus tickets to Canada with Omio and enjoy a seamless, hassle-free journey, within Canada or cross-country from the United States. You never have to worry about a difference in currency when you book a trip with Omio any fees are automatically converted into your home currency. Omio frequently provides offers on connecting journeys so check the website to find out more. Enjoy a low-stress journey with the convenience of mobile tickets; all you really need is your phone, your wallet, and your passport! 

Bus companies in Canada

The most popular bus companies in Canada are Greyhound Canada and Megabus. Of these, the bus company which provides the most comprehensive routes across the whole of Canada is the Greyhound Bus. The Greyhound Bus company also provides connecting journeys from the mainland United States to Canada. Although Greyhound Bus company provides services in the east of Canada, they are much more sporadic than they are in the west or central regions of Canada. Travellers who wish to explore the eastern part of Canada should look for regional bus providers to facilitate their journeys.

Autobus Maheux​ provides the most comprehensive routes in the region known as French Canada, with especially popular services from Montreal to towns across the rest of Quebec. Coach Canada provides buses between Ontario and Quebec, and this is the perfect option for travelers looking to journey between cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec City. For those travelers looking to explore Alberta, the Red Arrow bus company has the most comprehensive service in that region. Saskatchewan​ is served by a local provider, the Saskatchewan​ Transport Company. 

​Popular international routes by Bus

Greyhound Bus company connects cities in Canada, including Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Toronto and Montreal, with major destinations in the United States. Travelers who board a bus in Vancouver can begin a journey down the West Coast, discovering iconic cities like Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, L.A. and San Diego. Passengers will get to experience some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the United States. On the journey from Vancouver to North-West U.S.A., travelers will see mountains covered in forests, in this region full of great lakes. As passengers journey southward to California, they'll get to witness what many consider to be the most beautiful coastline in the Americas. 

Passengers who board a Greyhound Bus in Toronto can use it as a starting point for exploring the East Coast of the United States. The most popular route for travelers between Toronto and the United States is from Toronto to Niagara Falls. As the journey only takes approximately three hours on the Greyhound Bus, this can make a perfect day trip. Toronto to New York City is another popular Greyhound Bus Route which departs from Toronto. Passengers can explore New York before returning to Canada, or board other Greyhound buses which connect you with East Coast cities like Philadelphia and Boston.

Travelers must carry their passports on any international routes and are subject to border controls. Travelers must be advised that any visitor to the United States must be able to account for a minimum of $100 per day for the duration of their visit. 

When arriving

Canadians are known for being some of the friendliest, kindest and most helpful people in the world. Remember to always say 'please' and 'thank you' in Canada, as manners are so important to Canadians -​ unless you're in French Canada, of course! If you plan to visit Quebec, where French is the first language, please make sure to use French words like 's'il vous plaît' and 'merci', in lieu of 'please' and 'thank you'. Using some French words is just for the sake of politeness, as the majority of Quebecois speak fluent English.