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Rodoviária de Campinas

Campinas Bus Station

Traveling by bus can be a good option to get to Campinas. The Ramos de Azevedo bus terminal concentrates thousands of arrivals and departures from the city to more than 500 intercity and interstate destinations. Check out some tips to make your experience even better!

How to get

By bus or car, access to the bus station is simple and practical:

If you are arriving by bus, just get off at the stop on Avenida Lix da Cunha, which is next to the terminal.

For those traveling by car, access is via Rua Dr. Pereira Lima, with a parking option with prices that vary according to the period used.



The bus station offers several services for the comfort of passengers, check them out below.

24-hour parking and taxi rank, luggage storage, banks and ATMs, public telephones, electronic device charging station, car rental office, parcel delivery, food court and shopping area.

24-hour information desk

Mezzanine floor lobby
Through our Automatic Call Center (URA) on the phone: (19) 3731-2930

Tourist Information Office Bus Station

Multimodal Bus Terminal, Upper floor.
(19) 995848-4860

Opening hours: 9am to 5pm Mon. on Sat.

Campinas Bus Station Administration

(19) 3731-2930

Opening hours: 8am to 8pm of mon. to sex. and from 9am to 4pm on Sat. and gift.

Public services

Juvenile Court
(19) 3756-3569 / (19) 3756-3525 / Fax: (19) 3756-3568

ANTT (National Land Transport Agency) – located at the entrance to the terminal
0800 61 0300

ARTESP (Transport Regulatory Agency of the State of São Paulo) – located at the entrance of the terminal
0800 727 8377

EMDEC (Campinas Municipal Development Company) – located at the entrance to the terminal
(19) 3731-2910

Campinas Bus Terminal

Rua Doutor Pereira Lima s/n – Vila Industrial – CEP 13035-505

Phone: (19) 3731-2930 option 4

About the Ramos de Azevedo Bus Terminal

Opened in 2008, the Campinas bus terminal is the second largest in the State of São Paulo, connecting to the most diverse destinations in the country, and has more than  100 thousand people circulate through the complex daily.

The terminal was built to make life easier for users, bringing more comfort and convenience to everyone's travel. The project was designed based on environmental responsibility, so the bathrooms have hand dryers instead of paper ones and electronic taps with sensors. In addition, there is an entire sewage treatment and discharge system with reduced flow.
With three floors, the Campinas Intermodal Terminal integrates with the urban and metropolitan terminals

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