Most people know about catching buses from New York City’s Chinatown to Philadelphia, Boston and Washington DC for $20 or less. Did you know that you can catch a bus to Wilmington, Delaware, too?
The Chinatown bus business has extended to remote locations along the I-95 corridor. For $20, you can get a bus from New York’s Chinatown or right in front of Macy’s on 34th street to downtown Wilmington, Delaware. That same bus will also go to Baltimore, Maryland after it stops in Wilmington. The cost of gas and tolls alone would cost you $20 from NYC to Wilmington. The bus option is much cheaper than the Amtrak which is $95 one-way during peak hours and $50 one-way during off peak hours.
The buses also run in both directions every hour - making the travel option inexpensive and convenient.
For the folks in NYC who need to open up Delaware companies or visit major banks down there, the Chinatown bus is the way to go. For people from Delaware, I think this is a great way to visit the Big Apple.
Click here for more information about the bus company that can get you there.