Bus to Vancouver, BC

Bus stations and stops in Vancouver, BC

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Frequently asked questions

The best way to buy bus tickets to Vancouver is through the Greyhound website or the free Greyhound app. With just a few clicks, you can easily book your bus trip and choose your preferred seating. You can pay for your bus ticket to Vancouver using a variety of payment methods, including debit and credit cards. For more information on payment methods, please visit the payment methods page. Looking for a cheap ticket to Vancouver? Make sure to book in advance and consider traveling during weekdays and peak-off times to get the best deals!
Going to Vancouver by bus is easy with Greyhound, with 5 different rides to choose from. You can check the bus schedule once you select your departure city, destination city, and desired trip date.
Not sure about where to catch the bus in Vancouver? Don't worry, Greyhound has got you covered. We've listed all the stops in Vancouver on the map on this page.
Bus tickets to Vancouver start at just $17.99, depending on your starting location. To secure the most budget-friendly options, ensure you book early and consider traveling on weekdays and during off-peak hours for the cheapest deals!
You can use your Greyhound bus ticket to Vancouver by either presenting the PDF with a QR code when booked online or by accessing it directly in the app if purchased within the app. Simply show your ticket to the bus driver at boarding and they will scan it to validate your travel.
Yes, you can track your bus from and to Vancouver using the Greyhound app or by visiting the bus tracker. This will give you real-time information on the location and status of your bus.
Yes, you can reserve your preferred seat on most of the buses to Vancouver. All customers will be assigned a seat, but you have the option to choose your preferred one. If available, you’ll see the option when you add the passenger name to your booking. If you’d like to choose your seat, a small fee will be charged and will vary based on the route you are taking. Please visit our guide on seat reservations for more information.
When traveling on the bus to Vancouver with Greyhound, you are allowed to bring one carry-on bag with you (maximum 25 lbs, 16x12x7 inches). The first bag that you store under the bus is free, and if you have a Flexible fare, the second bag stored under the bus is also free. For more information about our luggage policies and how to book extra baggage, please visit our dedicated baggage page.
Greyhound buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts to assist passengers using wheelchairs or mobility scooters. Each bus has space for two passengers with these devices. It's recommended to book your ticket to Vancouver in advance to ensure a spot. If you'd like to transfer to a regular seat, our drivers will stow your device for you. Service animals are also welcome on board our buses. For further details on accessibility and service animal policies, please check this link.
Onboard services available on Greyhound buses to Vancouver include free Wi-Fi for all passengers, personal power outlets near every seat, reclining leather seats with footrests, extra legroom, overhead storage, an on-board restroom, and eco-friendly technology to reduce impact on the environment.

Check out the sights in Vancouver

An outdoor enthusiast playground, Vancouver has something for everyone year-round

Step off the bus and breath in the fresh air of Vancouver. Look all around you at the beautiful surroundings, diversity, and those parks! Vancouver has something for everyone year-round.

Stanley Park

Visit Stanley Park to take in the spectacular views from all around. No trip to Vancouver should miss this 1,000 acre park that has something for everyone. Take advantage of a beautiful day at the beach, playground, pool and splash park, botanical garden, golf course or one of the 17 tennis courts. Don’t miss the Vancouver Aquarium or seeing the First Nations Totem poles at Brockton Point. Can’t get enough of the outdoors? Try biking or walking the famous Seawall for amazing views of the Burrard Inlet

Vancouver Aquarium Address: 845 Avison Way, Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2

Granville Island

Take the Aqubus to visit the trendy Granville Island to take advantage of the many restaurants, theaters, and the waterfront views. These ferries are an inexpensive and fun short ride to the island. If shopping is your thing pick up a handmade artisan product or a unique gift at one of the many shops, but you cannot miss the Public Market where you will find fresh seafood, produce, gourmet foods, cheeses, and baked goods.

Pick up something from the market or grab take-away at one of the many counters at the Food Court and have a picnic next to False Creek while watching the buskers and birds for some lunchtime entertainment.
Public Market Address: 1689 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9


The original downtown and the oldest part of the city, Gastown and its cobblestone streets lead to beautifully restored Victorian buildings where you will find many restaurants, galleries, and shops.

Stop in at one of Vancouver’s best micro-breweries such as Steamworks, creative cocktail joints, or a corner bar to grab a drink before dinner and then checkout The Flying Pig where you will find authentic farm/sea-to-table food at a great value!

Steamworks Address: 375 Water Street Vancouver, BC V6B 5C6

The Flying Pig Address:102 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B2

What else to do in Vancouver

Organizing Your Greyhound Bus Journey to or from Vancouver?

Look no further! We've compiled all the information you need to schedule your bus trip to or from Vancouver! You can hop on the Greyhound at Vancouver (Pacific Central Station). Travel costs to or from Vancouver can be as low as $17.99. If you're on the hunt for a cheap ticket from or to Vancouver, remember to book early. Traveling on weekdays or during non-peak hours can also lead you to some of the most budget-friendly fares available! With 5 destinations linked by Greyhound from Vancouver, you have multiple options to arrange your bus journey.

Why travel from or to Vancouver with Greyhound

Travel with Greyhound and you're ensured a comfy seat with power outlets and free access to our Wi-Fi throughout your trip. Keep yourself entertained and online while we take you to your destination! Choose your favorite seat while booking and travel with peace of mind rest easy knowing your ticket covers one carry-on and one checked bag.

How to book your bus ticket from or to Vancouver

Booking a ticket with Greyhound is a breeze: on this website or on the free Greyhound App, you can complete your booking in a few clicks. When purchasing your ticket from or to Vancouver online, you can choose between different secured online payment methods, such as credit and debit cards. Alternatively, you can pay in cash at a sales point.

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