Getting there & around
The bus station in Campo Grande is an eyesore, rife with prostitutes and shady characters. There are frequent buses to Corumbá (R$68.72, six hours, nine daily); one is direct. Nondirect buses to Corumbá stop in Miranda and Aquidauana, and can drop you at the intersection with Estrada Parque.
Regular buses make the trip to Cuiabá (R$84.20, 10 hours, nine daily) and there are buses to Bonito (R$46, five hours, six daily). You’ll also find there are frequent buses to Ponta Porã (R$37, four hours, 21 daily) on the Paraguayan border. As well, there are regular buses to São Paulo (R$128.73, 15 hours, five daily), Rio de Janeiro (R$192.22, four daily, 23 hours), Brasília (R$129.50, two daily, 16 hours) and Foz do Iguaçu (R$80, one daily, 14 hours).
Daily connections link Campo Grande to São Paulo (R$344), Cuiabá (R$324), Corumbá (R$219.50), Rio (R$484), Brasília (R$344) and Porto Velho (R$584). For additional information call TAM (3368 6159), Gol (3368 6128) or Trip (3368 6136).
Aeroporto Internacional de Campo Grande (3368 6000) is 7km from town; to get there, take the Indubrasil bus from the bus station (R$2.10, every 30 minutes). To get a bus to the center from the airport, walk out of the airport to the bus stop on the main road. A taxi costs R$22.