Traffic around Mall San Pedro in San José.

Getting Around San José, Costa Rica

Getting around San José is very easy if you’re in the know and extremely frustrating if you aren’t. Expert author Christopher P. Baker is here everything you need to know for getting around by rental car, bus, train, and taxi, from avoiding rush hour fines and overpaying on fares to bus routes and taxi regulations.

Red TransMilenio buses in Bogotá, Colombia.

Getting Around Colombia by Airplane, Bus, and Car

Expert author Andrew Dier offers in-depth advice on getting around Colombia by airplane, bus, and car–even by motorcycle and bicycle, if you’re considering it–including carriers and prices, when and how to purchase tickets, peak times to watch out for, how to stay safe while traveling, and recommendations based on your destination.

TheBus in Waikiki is an easy way to get around.

Getting Around Waikiki

There are plenty of options for vehicle rentals from budget to luxury rides when it comes to getting around Waikiki, as well as taxis and limos, and there’s always the bus in a pinch. Here are all your options.

TheBus in Waikiki is an easy way to get around.

Getting Around Hawaii By Bus

The four major Hawaiian Islands all have their own bus services; schedules and how convenient the bus is for getting around varies by island and your specific needs. Here’s a quick rundown.

Aerial view of Kahului in Central Maui.

Getting Around Central Maui

Getting around Central Maui is fairly easy, with a reliable bus network and several car rental options. Depending on your budget, you might want to stick to the bus routes for the most part and rent a vehicle only if you plan to venture off the beaten path or your schedule is tight.

Both renters and buyers will find good housing values in France, but owning a car is tres cher.

Living in Paris: Housing and Transportation Costs

Both renters and buyers will find good housing values in France, but it’s très cher (very expensive) to own a car in France, particularly in the big cities where forking out €50,000 for a permanent parking spot is not unheard of, plus maintenance, fuel, and insurance. Alternative transportation is a must.

Turn down Maluhia Road and drive through the pretty tree tunnel.

Getting Around South Kaua‘i

Getting around south Kaua‘i is fairly easy by car, bus, and taxi. By car is the most convenient, the bus is green and affordable, and all taxis use a same standard rate, but choose the best method for you based on your needs such as budget, destination, and how long you’ll be in Kaua‘i.