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Visitors to Bisbee, Arizona have multiple options for getting around, which include by car, bus, train, and taxi.
Renting a car is the best option for getting around while visiting Bisbee. However, first time visitors to the country should check out this Driving in United States page before deciding to get behind the wheel of a car. Many visitors choose to fly into the nearby Tucson International Airport, stop by one of the Car Rental Agencies based around the airport, and drive to Bisbee.
The city of Bisbee is serviced by a single public bus route that makes stops at key locations around the city. For timetable, route, and fare information, visit the Visitor Center at the "Queen Mine" Tour, ask a driver or call (520) 508-1936 for the Bisbee Bus dispatcher.
Traveling to and from Bisbee from around North America by train or coach is possible, but Tucson is the nearest city with accessible stations. For more information, check out the
Greyhound Bus Company website, and the
Amtrak Railway Company website. Both Amtrak and Greyhound have limited service to Benson, which is 60 miles from Bisbee (Tucson is 100 miles). Some shuttle services stop at both the Tucson Greyhound bus station and Amtrak. There are also several shuttle services (call in advance) from Douglas through Bisbee to
Tucson and Phoenix, such as Sergio's Super Shuttle (520) 805-0555, Transporte Directo (602) 272-5555, and Garcia's Shuttle
(520) 889-4834. Call in advance to be picked up from either the Lowell Traffic Circle or Lyric Plaza in Bisbee, as they are not "door to door" services.
Taxis are a good way of getting around Bisbee and its neighboring areas. Sassy Transport LLC, (520) 366-2149, a livery service based in Bisbee, can respond to most calls within 20 minutes, 24/7. Lavender Jeep Tours, (520) 432-5369, provides guided tours driving around the area, and Old Bisbee Ghost Tours (520) 432-3308 provide both walking
and driving tours (at night, of course) of downtown Bisbee.