The Floriano bus station was inaugurated in 2013, with 8 platforms for boarding and 8 for disembarkation.
The station is also known as Filadelfo Freire de Castro Bus Terminal and cost more than R$ 2.7 million.
It offers more than 25 bus lines and receives a flow of 1000 passengers daily.
This terminal is one of the newest bus stations in Brazil.
Taxi rank is next to the bus station.
Floriano Bus Station has access ramps and adapted toilets for wheelchair users.
- Lost and Found
The Lost and Found sector works at the information desk in the entrance hall.
The toilets are located on the first floor of the building, near the restaurants.
The place has many shops, travel agencies and over 12 restaurants.
There are ATMs 24/7.
There is a free and roofless parking lot for vehicles.
- Bagage Storage
The bus terminal offers luggage storage service at the administration sector.