Travel from Atlanta to Chicago

Bus or fly from Atlanta to Chicago?

Southwest Airlines and Delta fly from Atlanta to Chicago hourly. Alternatively, Megabus operates a bus from Atlanta to Chicago twice daily. Tickets cost $55 - $85 and the journey takes 14 h 30 min. Greyhound USA also services this route once daily.

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How to get from Atlanta to Chicago

From Garnett Station subway to Atlanta airport, fly to Chicago Midway airport, then subway to Chicago. 3 h 33 min $146. From Garnett Station subway to Atlanta airport, fly to Chicago O'Hare airport, then subway to Chicago. 4 h 2 min $127. From Garnett Station subway to Atlanta airport, fly to South Bend airport, then train to Chicago. 5 h 54 min $295. From Marta Civic Center Station - Nb bus to Chicago. 14 h 30 min $70. From Atlanta, GA bus to Memphis, TN, walk to Winchester and Boeingshire, line 20 bus to Front St at Jefferson Ave, line 12 bus to Memphis Central Station, then train to Chicago Union Station Amtrak. 18 h 35 min $194. From Atlanta drive to Chicago. 11 h 53 min $86.

Is there a direct bus between Atlanta and Chicago?

Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Marta Civic Center Station - Nb and arriving at Chicago. Services depart 3 times a day, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 14½ hours.