|Cheapest Way||Bus — $22|
|Fastest Way||Flight — 1h 4min|
|Eco-Friendly Way||Bus — 32 lb CO2|
|Available Modes||4 modes — bus, train, flight and by car|
|Travel Companies||Greyhound, Amtrak, AirChoiceOne, Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United|
The are 10 different ways across 4 unique modes of transportation to help you travel from Naperville to St. Louis. If you're only considering the price, you should check out the bus out of Chicago towards St Louis, as it is the cheapest to St. Louis. It's common to find tickets for as low as $22. Greyhound operates from Naperville to St. Louis, so you book your trip with them! Book as soon as you can, as there may be limited availability.
On your trip from Naperville to St. Louis, it is best to book as soon as possible. It won't necessarily help reduce your price by a large amount, but will ensure that you have a spot on the bus or train.
While buses have recently gotten bad coverage because of cleanliness of bus stations or winter time accidents, they are can be very convenient for travel. The best part about traveling by bus to St. Louis is that it can be very cheap. That's because they usually have basic accomodations - WiFi and a restroom. Some of the Naperville/St. Louis buses' coverage has been overstated. The real thing to consider when taking a bus from Naperville is to consider the time of travel and the density of the cities that you're traveling to. If you are traveling by bus between Naperville IL and St. Louis during high traffic times, you can expect to have your trip altered significantly due to traffic. Further, if you are traveling during winter, the bus schedule might be thrown off due to inclimate winter weather. Be sure to plan accordingly!
The plus side of taking the train from Naperville to St. Louis? The accomodations, scenery, and lack of St. Louis traffic can usually be on point. Moreover, you can usually expect your average concessions - such as food and drinks. Most trains have WiFi these days as well. The worst part about trains are the price. While the train to St. Louis is often cheaper than flying, they are generally more expensive than buses. Train prices are usually set and do not vary as much as bus prices or flights or so the likelihood of finding discounts is pretty rare.
|Useful Links||Greyhound Contact Page Greyhound Bustracker Website|
|Customer Service Español||1-800-531-5332|
|Useful Links||Map Coverage Schedule Pet Policy Website|
|Customer Service and Reservations||1-800-872-7245|
|Group Travel Requests||1-800-872-1477|