Avenida Prefeito Antônio Pereira, s/n – Santo Antônio
Recife – PE
Recife Bus Station was opened in 1986 and was the second most important station of Brazil at that time. The station is 16 km away from the city centre, on the BR-232 highway, together with a Subway station.
The place is also called TIP (Integrated Passenger Terminal) and receives more than 10 thousand people every day, registering 300 boarding and arrivals operations daily from various state and interstate routes.
The station building provides good structure to accommodate costumers during stops.
There is an accredited taxi stand on the building’s first floor (opened 24/7).
Passengers with reduced mobility, wheelchair users and the disabled can use: two (2) adapted toilets at both terminal floors, ramps on the second floor and boarding area, one (1) stretcher on the ground floor; 4 (four) wheelchairs at the Operations Center, 1 (one) transshipment chair;
- Lost and Found
Lost and found service runs 24/7 on the 2nd floor.
The terminal has two toilets on the first two floors. There are exclusive toilets for the disabled and wheelchair users.
Recife Bus Station offers restaurants, shops, kiosks, snack bars, gift shops and newsstands.
There are ATMs of Itaú, Bradesco, HSBC and Banco 24 Horas.
- Bagage Storage
The service works 24/7 on the first floor, next to the post office. There are two types of volumes:
normal - R$ 2.80 (up to 12 hours), R$ 1.40 (for the following 12 hours);
special - R$ 5.60 (up to 12 hours), R$ 2.80 (for the following 12 hours).
Bus Tickets from Recife
|Departure||Duration||Destination||Bus Company||Class||Price Per Person|
|08h30||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|11h00||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|13h50||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|16h40||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|17h40||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|18h55||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|
|21h25||40m||Salvador (BA)||Metropolitano||USD 1.41|