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What's the cheapest way to move between Miami and Orlando?

Even though I'm a low budget traveler I would like to go to the parks in Orlando but the stories about bus stations in some parts of the United States sound really scary and not like normal places for tourists to hang at all.

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  • Elizabeth Marin

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    I would say the bus is very safe... But takes too long. How about rent a car and drive ? Seems to be a little more expensive but much more worthy

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  • jeffrey jeffrey

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    best choice is rent a car and make the 3 hour drive, otherwise its a 40min flight for $60us each way. do not take a bus, it will disappoint you if you are accustomed to efficiency!

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  • Matt Merkel

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    If you're looking to save money, take MegaBus. It's totally safe, there's free WiFi and power outlets onboard. Downside is it will take longer to get there (probably due to multiple stops and not staying on the interstate or turnpike). Once you arrive, you can Uber it to your destination.

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  • Kavin Kannan

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    Heard from a few that they have tried ride share to Orlando

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