Tiete Bus Terminal Sao Paulo is currently the single largest bus terminal in Latin America. It is actually the 2nd largest in the world, behind the P.A Bus Terminal that is located in New York City.

 

The terminal actually operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It serves over 20 Brazilian states and there are 65 different bus companies that service the entire station offering services to five different countries (Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay).

 

If you are planning on attending the World Cup in 2014, you are likely going to have to go through this bus terminal in order to get between the stadiums. This is a great bus terminal that provides affordable service to 1,010 different cities.

 

Getting to the Tiete Bus Terminal from the airport is not difficult at all. If you are coming from the airport, you may want to grab yourself a taxi and drive to the bus terminal. However, if you are looking for a cheaper option, you are going to want to check out an Airport Bus Service. You should be able to find an airport bus service that can get you to the bus terminal, as well.

 

Because the Tiete bus terminal is so massive, you may want to ensure that you plan your travel days when there is not a holiday rush. You will want to avoid traveling during the busiest times of the year because it can be stressful. However, if you are planning on attending the World Cup in 2014, this is going to be unavoidable. The simple fact is that there are going to be a ton of people that will be traveling during this time. Therefore, you should understand this going in.

 

If you have questions on where to go, always ask someone. You will find a ton of employees walking around that you can ask. They will be happy to assist you and give you the proper direction. Because the bus systems service five different countries, you will want to try to know where you are going before actually arriving at the terminal. You want to be sure that you get the proper tickets, and get to where you need to go. There are actually 70 boarding platforms in order to accommodate the large volume. Locate the signs to ensure that you find the correct one.

 

Be sure to remain vigilant and understand your surroundings. If you are in a foreign country, always take precaution and ensure your safety. Sao Paulo can be a somewhat dangerous place if you are not paying attention. However, if you are paying attention and aware of your surroundings, Sao Paulo is going to be a great place to visit and can be an extremely rewarding experience.

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