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For Branson Vacation Packages and other affordable travel ideas to and around the state of Missouri, see this page.
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Branson is locally famous for its many musical theaters, as well as fun tourist attractions like the Hollywood Wax Museum. Visitors also enjoy the area wineries, guided cave tours, local water parks, and animal sanctuaries, to name just a few things to do.
When visiting Missouri for business or leisure, here's how to:
Find overnight accommodations at reduced rates;
Custom design your own Branson Vacation Packages;
Visit famous landmarks
Take local tours
Attend numerous annual events;
Sample Authentic Regional Cuisine.
Probably the best way to get to Branson from out of state is to fly to Springfield and take a bus from there.
Here are just a few ways for savvy travelers to score optimal package deals at the lowest possible cost:
1. The Name-Your Own-Price option on priceline.com can reduce your airfare by as much as 40 percent, and your hotel rates by 60 percent or more.
2. For alternate lodging options (cabins, trailers, hostels, private homes, etc.), scan craigslist for local sublets, vacation rentals, and housing swaps in your chosen area.
3. You can save up to $500 on St. Louis, Kansas City, or Branson Vacation Packages by booking your flight, hotel, and rental car at the same time.
4. For even bigger savings, make your travel arrangements at least two weeks in advance.
5. Travel during off-seasons whenever possible.
To get started, simply
visit priceline, search your desired dates and destination, then
click the "Name Your Own Price" option. The website will prompt you along from there.
Beware that certain rules apply to naming your own price on priceline.
For example, no changes can be
made to your itinerary, and no part of your payment can be refunded. Travelers must also remain flexible regarding times of departure and specific hotel locations.
National bus lines serving the state of Missouri Greyhound and Trailways.
Greyhound in Missouri serves the cities of Bolivar, Boonville, Branson, Clinton, Collins, Columbia, Humansville, Kansas City, Osceola, Springfield, St. Joseph, St. Louis and Warrensburg, among others.
Go here for a Complete List of Greyhound Stations.
Other available transit options (aside from driving) are local buses serving larger cities.
Amtrak Stations in the state of Missouri are located at Hermann, Independence, Jefferson City, Kansas City, Kirkwood, La Plata, Lee's Summit, Poplar Bluff, Sedalia, Warrensburg, and Washington.
Go here for a Complete List of Amtrak Stations.
Check Amtrak's website for schedules, maps, and other information.
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