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Tallahassee to Atlanta

If you’re traveling across state lines, don’t fall victim to the same old uncomfortable bus ride. It doesn’t matter how far you go--you should be able to enjoy your ride.

That’s why we offer luxury bus services at a price you can afford. Enjoy our comfortable seats and luxury amenities while you hang out, stay in touch with the office, or settle in for a nap. Whatever you want to do and wherever you want to go, we’re here to ensure that you make it there in style.

RedCoach Amenities

When you book with us, we know that you want a trip that will make good on the promise of comfort. That’s why we provide you with more comfort and more luxury amenities than any other motorcoach company in the whole state of Florida.

After all, a bus ride shouldn’t just be a ticket from Point A to Point B. It should be a chance for you to relax and enjoy the journey.

With that in mind, our features and amenities include:

  • Ultimate comfort: We don’t joke about comfort, and we hate cramped seats as much as you do. That’s why we offer large, spread-out seats that allow you to recline to a full 140 degrees. Because when you’re on the road for so long, the last thing you need is an uncomfortable seat.
  • On-board entertainment: In this day and age of constant connectivity, your life commitments can’t wait until you’re off the road. That’s why we offer free Wi-Fi and power outlets so that you can stay connected and enjoy the trip, whether you’re killing your productivity goals or watching your favorite movie.
  • Utmost safety: Luxury and safety are not mutually exclusive, which is why all of our buses are equipped with top-of-the-line GPS and an 8-camera security system. We always know where our buses are and what’s going on.
  • High productivity: Can’t afford to deal with the shuffle? No worries. Our buses only stop at major city centers, so you can spend less time shuffling around at bus stops and more time focusing on work, school, or a nap.

With RedCoach, it’s all about the experience. We’re here to provide you a ride you’ll remember for all the right reasons.

Stops & Routes

We know that a bus ride is more than just a bus ride. But we also know what our riders dislike the most about bus rides--all that lurching due to frequent, unnecessary stops.

Why waste time making stops that you don’t need?

We’re not in the business of wasting your time--we’re here to get you where you need to go. That’s why we have routes through every major city in Florida, but we only stop in major city centers.

That way, you can skip all the stops you don’t need and get to your stop in no time.

Route

Since our buses focus on quickly traveling from one city center to the next, you can make the most of your bus ride. But make no mistake--you’ll still see many of the beautiful cities that make our state unique.

Here are our currently available routes:

  • Miami to Tallahassee via Orlando
    • Miami Airport - Fort Lauderdale - West Palm Beach - Fort Pierce – Orlando – Ocala - Gainesville – Tallahassee FSU – Tallahassee Downtown
  • Miami to Tallahassee via Tampa 1
    • Miami Airport - Fort Myers FGCU – Tampa Downtown – Tampa USF - Ocala – Gainesville UF – Tallahassee FSU – Tallahassee Downtown
  • Miami to Tallahassee via Tampa 2
    • Miami Airport – Fort Lauderdale - Fort Myers FGCU – Tampa USF – Ocala – Gainesville UF – Tallahassee FSU – Tallahassee Downtown
  • Orlando to Atlanta
    • Orlando – Ocala – Gainesville UF – Atlanta

Considering purchasing a bus ticket? Make sure to check your route information before you leave, and double check the bus schedule. You don’t want to board a bus going the wrong direction, and you certainly don’t want to miss your bus!

Along the Way

With a long trip like this, it’s well worth it to stop and smell the roses. Or, in this case, see the sights. Fortunately, RedCoach makes it easy for you to reach your destination and still have plenty of time for sightseeing.

Attractions

Don’t let Tallahassee fool you--it’s a smaller city with plenty of spirit to go around.

If you have an opportunity to venture out of the city, check out St. Marks National Wildlife Reserve, 68,000 acres hosting a variety of coastal habitats on the Gulf of Mexico. The reserve was originally designed as a refuge for wintering birds, but it’s also home to a range of local wildlife from black bears to coyotes to bobcats.

If you’re more of a gearhead than a treehugger, stop by the Tallahassee Antique Car Museum, a museum displaying more than 140 antique automobiles. Big hitters include Abraham Lincoln’s funeral hearse and three different Batmobiles.

Want something off the beaten path in Atlanta (and not housed in a museum exhibit? Check out the Krog Street Tunnel, a showcase for ever-evolving street art. There’s not an unpainted inch of the underpass--people have even painted marriage proposals on the walls.

If you prefer the open air, head to Piedmont Park, a sprawling park adjacent to the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Midtown (also worth a visit). It’s a little corner of peace in a bustling city, but you’ll have plenty to do between walking paths, dog paths, a public swimming pool, tennis courts, and a Saturday farmers market.

Colleges

So many college students travel home for the weekend, visit friends at other schools, or take a break from school to visit their favorite weekend spots. But too many college students sacrifice comfort for price.

We’re here to tell you that you can visit your friends and your family without spending hours in a cramped bus seat.

Major colleges and universities near our bus routes include:

  • Tallahassee Community College (Tallahassee)
  • Florida State University (Tallahassee)
  • Emory University (Atlanta)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta)
  • Spelman College (Atlanta)
  • Georgia State University (Atlanta)
  • Agnes Scott College (Atlanta)
  • Morehouse College (Atlanta)

But the best part is that you can make the trip without breaking the bank, even on a limited college student budget.

Hotels and Airports

When you’re traveling a long way, you need somewhere to spend the night. Here’s the thing: you know your bus shouldn’t be run of the mill, so why would you settle for a less-than-spectacular hotel?

To take the stress out of booking your hotel, here are a few of our favorite hotels in Tallahassee and Atlanta.

If you’re staying in Tallahassee, here are some of Tallahassee’s best hotels:

  • Governors Inn
  • Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Tallahassee
  • Magnuson Hotel Wildwood Inn
  • Courtyard Tallahassee North
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Tallahassee Capitol-University
  • Hilton Garden Inn Tallahassee

If you’re staying in Atlanta, some of Atlanta’s best hotels include:

  • Hyatt Regency Atlanta
  • Loews Atlanta
  • The Westin Buckhead Atlanta
  • Ellis Hotel Atlanta
  • Sheraton Suites Galleria
  • Omni Hotel at CNN Center
  • Stonehurst Place
  • Artmore Hotel

Spending the night to fly out in the morning? Atlanta is home to the sprawling Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, while Tallahassee has the Tallahassee International Airport.

Major Sporting Events

Are you a diehard believer in the joy of sports? If so, why not take your love of sports on the road with you, or pay a visit to your favorite sports team?

Tallahassee and Atlanta both have a fantastic array of teams to choose from. The question isn’t whether you can find a game--the question is whether you can pick just one.

Tallahassee’s major sports teams include:

  • Tallahassee Tiger Sharks
  • Tallahassee Thunder
  • Tallahassee Scorpions

For more information on sporting events in Tallahassee, make sure to check out Tallahassee’s sports tourism page

Atlanta is a city that loves its sports teams. Football is practically a religion, but it’s not the only sport in the city. Atlanta’s professional sports teams include:

The city also has a wide array of collegiate sporting events and teams, so make sure to check their schedules and support your team on game day.

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