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11h 15m
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11h 15m
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11h 15m
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2h 35m
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Palermo bus information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and bus companies that offer buses to Palermo.

Round-trip from

$24

One-way from

$9

Popular station

Palermo Via A. De Gasperi

Popular bus line

FlixBus
Bus tickets to Palermo found within the last 3 days start at $24 round-trip from Catania
The cheapest one-way bus ticket from Naples starts at $9. This price was found within the last 3 days.
The most commonly used station in Palermo is Palermo Via A. De Gasperi.
FlixBus, Autoservizi Salemi and Bus are some of the bus lines that arrive at Palermo Via A. De Gasperi

Book round-trip bus tickets to Palermo

Below are the quickest and cheapest round-trip bus tickets to Palermo that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
FlixBus
Jun 29
4:10 amCatania Autostazione
2h 35m
6:45 amPalermo Centrale
Jun 29
1:15 pmPalermo Centrale
2h 35m
3:50 pmCatania Autostazione
FlixBus
Jun 13
4:10 amCatania Autostazione
2h 55m
7:05 amPalermo Centrale
Jun 17
10:35 amPalermo Centrale
2h 35m
1:10 pmCatania Autostazione
Autoservizi Salemi
Jul 11
3:05 amTrapani Birgi
1h 30m
4:35 amPalermo Viale Lazio
Jul 11
12:50 pmPalermo Viale Lazio
1h 25m
2:15 pmTrapani Birgi
Autoservizi Salemi
Jul 11
6:30 amTrapani Birgi
1h 45m
8:15 amPalermo Centrale
Jul 11
10:30 amPalermo Centrale
1h 45m
12:15 pmTrapani Birgi
Autoservizi Salemi
Jul 11
2:05 amTrapani Birgi
1h 45m
3:50 amPalermo Via della Libertà 95
Jul 11
12:42 pmPalermo Via della Libertà 95
1h 33m
2:15 pmTrapani Birgi
FlixBus
Jul 25
4:10 amCatania Autostazione
2h 35m
6:45 amPalermo Centrale
Jul 31
1:15 pmPalermo Centrale
2h 35m
3:50 pmCatania Autostazione

Book one-way bus tickets to Palermo

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way bus tickets to Palermo we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find bus tickets by date.
Itabus
Jul 11
5:25 pmNaples Metropark Via Lucci
11h 15m
4:40 amPalermo Centrale
Itabus
Jul 8
5:25 pmNaples Metropark Via Lucci
11h 15m
4:40 amPalermo Centrale
Itabus
Jul 11
5:25 pmNaples Metropark Via Lucci
11h 15m
4:40 amPalermo Centrale

FAQs for booking bus tickets to Palermo

The most popular and frequented bus station in Palermo, Italy, is Palermo Via A. De Gasperi. There are multiple ways to get here from the city center of Palermo. If you decide to take a rideshare or a taxi, you can usually get there from the city center to catch your cheap bus in less than 30 minutes. You can also take public transport. Palermo’s city buses offer several routes to get to the bus station, but this will take a little longer than driving there directly. It is possible to walk, but it is not recommended as it will take over an hour. Palermo Centrale is the main railway station and is also one of the main bus stations in the city. To get to Palermo Centrale from the city center, you can walk there in under 20 minutes. You can also take public transport buses within the city, which will take about the same amount of time as it would to walk.

Before boarding a bus from Palermo, there are several documents you will need. First and foremost, you will need your valid bus tickets. Depending on which company you are riding with, you may need to have your cheap bus ticket printed in advance. However, some companies will accept electronic tickets, so it’s best to check in advance. You will also need a valid form of identification, most likely your passport. As long as you have both of these on hand when you are boarding your bus, you will be good to go.

Yes, there are several amenities for people traveling by bus from Palermo at the bus station. At Palermo Via A. De Gasperi, there aren’t that many amenities at the station itself. However, you can find many bars and restaurants nearby, as well as ATMs. At Palermo Centrale, however, you will find even more amenities. There are many bars and restaurants for travelers to relax in before their trip. You’ll also find ticket machines, a waiting room, a ticket office, public restrooms, a bank, a post office, and a pharmacy. There are also luggage services available as well as assistance for passengers with limited mobility.

The amenities offered on buses from Palermo will depend largely upon which bus company you have chosen to travel with. However, many of the buses from Palermo will offer free Wi-Fi and bathrooms, especially if it will be a longer trip. Some of the buses will also offer onboard entertainment portals and the opportunity to purchase snacks and drinks on board. If you are on a longer bus that is not equipped with a toilet, not to worry—the bus will likely make scheduled stops at gas stations along the way so you can purchase refreshments and use the bathroom during the journey if needed.

The exact size and amount of luggage you can bring on a bus from Palermo will largely depend upon which bus company (and bus price) you’ve chosen. However, you are typically allowed to bring a carry-on and a personal item that you can store either above your seat in an overhead bin or beneath your seat. If you have larger suitcases, they will likely be placed underneath the bus and you will collect them when you get off the bus at your final destination. If you have more than one piece of luggage to put under the bus, it’s possible that you will need to pay an additional fee, so you will have to check with your individual bus carrier.

If you’re leaving from Bari, the lowest ticket price is usually about $150, and from Rome it’s about $709.

The main station in Palermo is Palermo Via A. De Gasperi. At Palermo Via A. De Gasperi, you can find a number of buses offering service to other major cities.

Some of the options we’ve found for buses to Palermo are FlixBus, Autoservizi Salemi, and Bus. Typically, your options for buses to Palermo will be determined by the route you take.

$9 is the average one-way price to Palermo this week. We don’t expect any changes in price for the next 3 months. Seats may fill unexpectedly, so book when you can to secure your seat.


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