The Paraty Bus terminal, where long-distance buses arrive to and depart from is officially called the Terminal Rodoviário Vereador Agílio Ramos, but everyone locally just calls it the Rodoviaria. The terminal is located about 5 to 6 blocks from the famous Historical Centre on Rua Jango Pádua, s/n - Centro. Phone: (24) 3371-1224. Paraty is a small town and does not have much in the way of public transport servicing the central area. Fortunately, it's not difficult to walk to most places within the town.
If you have heavy baggage or you are staying far from the terminal then look for the taxi rank. Taxis are expensive and for areas around the center, they charge around R$20 Brazilian Reals regardless of distance, for outer locations such as Jabaquara they charge around R$30. The taxis are not metered and you should fix the price in advance.
Origin City = Paraty - RJ
Luggage storage services are not available at the Paraty Bus Station
The terminal opens from 06:00 to 23:00
Currency/money exchange services are not available at the Paraty Bus Terminal
There're no cash machines (ATM) at the terminal
There are snack bars, coffee shops, and food kiosks
Rua Jango Pádua, n/a - Parque Imperial
There is an information counter at the Paraty bus station.
People under the age of 60 years need to pay R$1 to use toilet/restrooms
Free WiFi connection is not available at the Paraty Terminal Station
You can travel to all corners of Brazil by bus from Paraty Bus Station. Here are just a few destinations you might want to discover from Paraty
Paraty Bus Terminal (Rodoviaria) is located about 5 to 6 blocks from the famous Historical Centre on Rua Jango Pádua, s/n - Parque Imperial
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