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If you’re looking for a great place to take a group, somewhere with fascination historical sites, storied sports franchises, world-class arts and culture, iconic food and great shopping, go to Boston—it’s all there. It’s a big city, though, so you don’t want to have to find your way around town. There’s a better way—visit Boston in the comfort, convenience and safety of a charter bus rental from BusRental.com.

Things You Want to Know about a Charter Bus from BusRental.com

You have lots of questions about renting a charter bus. Here are answers to the questions we get most often:
  • What is BusRental.com? — BusRental.com, a longtime leader and innovator in the charter bus rental business, works with businesses, business owners, groups and group leaders to arrange all ground transportation for any type of group outing.
  • How much lead time do I need to book a charter?—The earlier you start the process, the more options you’ll have. However, because of our extensive contacts with charter bus service providers, as well as our considerable experience and knowledge, we can usually book an entire trip with short notice.
  • How do I set up a charter bus excursion to Boston?—We recommend that you go to our easy-to-use online cost calculator. You can also call 1-866-569-2012 to speak to one of our experienced professional customer service agents. Either way, we will send you a free quote in a timely manner.
  • How far will we have to travel to meet our bus?—At BusRental.com, because we work with vendors in large and small communities across the United States, we can usually arrange to pick you up at a location that is convenient for you.
  • What does it cost to book a charter bus rental to Boston?The total price of a charter bus rental will vary, based on a variety of factors, including when you plan to travel, how many attendees you’ll have, where you want to go, how long you’ll be on the road, and whether you need any special accommodations. Because of our extensive knowledge of local markets, as well as our strong relationships with charter bus service providers, we are consistently able to get highly competitive pricing for our customers.
  • Will I be able to choose from different types of buses?Yes. You’ll want the right bus for your group and for your trip. If you’re taking a small-to-mid-sized group to Boston, the minibus is a great fit, with capacity for 24 to 35 passengers and ample storage space. If you’re traveling with a larger group, we recommend a full-sized charter bus, which can seat as many as 57 passengers. All charter bus rentals, except school buses, have standard features, such as high-back bucket seats, climate control, ample storage space and a great stereo. For an extra charge, you can also get Wifi, DVD players and monitors, P.A. systems, charging ports for your devices, leather seats or hardwood floors. We can also get you an ADA-compliant coach.
  • Can I consume alcohol on a BusRental.com charter bus trip to Boston?—Alcoholic beverages are allowed aboard your bus, provided you have requested and received permission to do so before your trip starts. You must, however, comply with local laws in any state or city where your bus goes. Your driver will also have the right, at any time and in his or her sole discretion, to suspend or discontinue the use of alcohol.
  • Are there age requirements to book a charter bus rental?To sign a charter bus rental agreement with BusRental.com, you must be at least 21 years of age when you sign. Buses can be rented for high school and college events, but may require the signature of a parent or guardian on the rental contract.

Why Should I Rent a Charter Bus to Boston from BusRental.com? Text Here

At BusRental.com, we have more than three decades of experience serving customers nationwide. We will give you
  • The flexibility to make changes to your itinerary—Because of our longstanding vendor relationships and our knowledge and experience in the charter bus rental business, we can usually make last-minute and even real-time modifications to your schedule.
  • More for your travel dollar than any competitor—Our knowledge of local markets, combined with the vendor loyalty we’ve built over the last three decades, allows us to guarantee you the lowest price for the same trip and the same bus/options, provided the competitor is DOT-compliant.
  • The charter bus industry’s gold standard for service—We’ll ensure that you have a dedicated project management team, access to on-demand dispatch services 24/7, top of the industry logistical support, highly competitive pricing, and access to our online Trip Management Portal.

Your “Don’t Want to Miss” List for Boston

There’s something exciting happening almost any day of the year in Boston. Check out these events:
  • St. Patrick’s Day Parade—With one of the largest Irish American communities in America, Boston has hosted its massive St. Patrick’s Day parade for more than 110 years, with floats, marching bands and novelty vehicles all sporting green.
  • The Boston Marathon—The world’s oldest annual marathon, celebrating its 124th year, the Boston Marathon draws half a million spectators every year. The race is run on a Monday, but there are events throughout the weekend.
  • The Boston Pops 4th of July Concert—Nearly 100 years ago, Arthur Fiedler, who would go on to become the Conductor of the Boston Pops, organized this annual celebration of literature and the arts, complete with one of the nation’s premier fireworks displays.
  • The Boston Red Sox Home Opener—There may be no more rabid baseball fans in American than Bosox fans. The Fenway Park home opener is more than just a game…it’s a day-long event, with activities throughout the neighborhood.
  • The Boston Pride Parade and Festival—Boston boasts one of the oldest Pride parades in the nation, now entering its 51st year. The festival includes more than 100 exhibitors, as well as a food court and a Family Fun Zone.
  • The Boston Calling Music Festival—This annual music festival, held in May, features musicians from a wide range of genres and spans an entire weekend. Held at the Harvard Athletic Complex, it draws more than 20,000 every year.
  • PAX East—Originating in Seattle, PAX is a showcase for all things gaming, with tournaments, new game demos, panel discussions and lots of merch. It’s grown exponentially since its debut in 2010, now filling the Boston Convention Center.
  • Harvard Square Mayfair—This annual free festival includes music, street art, crafts, dancing, great food booths and multiple beer gardens, as well as booths from more than 200 artisans selling handmade clothing, art and jewelry.

Some of the Unique Attractions in Boston

When you visit Boston, you want to do things you can’t do anywhere else. Here are some of those attractions:
  • The Freedom Trail—See some of the storied sites that played a pivotal role in the events leading up to the American Revolution, including the Boston Commons, the site of the Boston massacre, the Old South Meeting House and Bunker Hill—16 sites in all.
  • Faneuil Hall and Marketplace—Often referred to as the “Cradle of Liberty,” Faneuil Hall was the site of gatherings where impassioned patriots such as Samuel Adams spoke to colonists about the need for independence.
  • Harvard University and Harvard Square—Founded nearly 400 years ago, Harvard University is the old and most prestigious of American colleges and home to the Peabody and Sackler Museums. The Boston Museum of Science is also located along Harvard Square in Cambridge.
  • The Boston Commons and Public Gardens—America’s oldest public park, the Boston Commons was first opened in 1634. In its time, it has also been home to a whipping post, a pillory and public stocks, and has been the site of more than 400 public hangings.
  • The Museum of Fine Arts—One of the oldest and finest public art museums in the nation, founded more than 140 years ago, the MOFA-Boston has extensive collections of European, American and Asian paintings, drawings, sculpture and decorative art.
  • The New England Aquarium—The biggest tank, the 200,000-gallon Ocean Tank, contains flora and fauna from a Caribbean coral reef. Visitors can take the walkways that spiral down around the tanks, viewing the unique marine life from different perspectives.
  • Fenway Park—Major League Baseball’s oldest field, Fenway boast the iconic Green Monster, a 37-foot-high fence that runs over 300 feet from the left field foul line. Some of MLB’s greatest players called Fenway home, from Babe Ruth to Ted Williams.
  • The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum—The artwork is not the only visual arts masterpiece at the Gardner. The American, Asian and European art here is housed in a stunning building in the Venetian style.

A Charter Bus Rental—Ideal for Any Outing to Boston

Dependable, safe, comfortable, convenient, adaptable and cost-effective…a charter bus is great for any outing:
  • Should I rent a charter bus for a company outing? With a charter bus, you can make a corporate or business trip more efficient. Use the coach as a meeting space and multi-task, prepping team members as you travel. In addition, you’ll never have to delay an event waiting for latecomers.
  • Is a charter bus a good fit for travel to a game? Absolutely! You’ll get to travel there and back with fellow fans and you won’t have to worry about finding the venue or looking for parking. You will also have your own personal designated driver.
  • Why should I book a charter bus for a school event? A charter bus offers the safest way to take students anywhere. You can also relax, knowing where all of your participants will be at any time.
  • Can I take a charter bus to a large public event? Certainly! With a charter bus, you won’t have to park a mile away…it’s ideal for food and cultural festivals, parades, rallies, marches, praise festivals and similar events.

Enjoy the Neighborhoods of Boston with a Charter Bus Rental

Beantown has many distinct and interesting neighborhoods, including:
  • Fenway/Kenmore Square—Of course, Fenway Park is here, but you can also visit the Gardner Museum. In Kenmore Square, you’ll find a wide array of one-of-a-kind shops, including rare bookstores, used record shops and other fun places.
  • South End—For many of the city’s best art galleries, parks, restaurants and independent merchants, visit the South End. Check out the SoWa Open Market, a showcase for local artisans where you’ll also find great food trucks and a beer garden.
  • Jamaica Plain—Known affectionately by the locals as “JP,” this neighborhood has great coffee shops, lush greenery and gardens and plenty of fresh air. A popular place for peace and quiet in JP is the Arnold Arboretum.
  • Seaport—Once a working-class neighborhood with strong ties to the Irish mob, this area is now one of the hippest and poshest, with great restaurants, bars and boutiques. Stretch your legs along the Harborwalk, where you’ll have a great view of the Neponset River.

Set Up Your Charter Bus Rental to Boston Today

For a great time, for friendly people, for great food, historical sites, arts and culture, come to Boston. With a charter bus rental from BusRental.com, you’ll get to hang out with everyone else while we take care of all the details.

For a free quote on the cost of a charter bus rental to Boston, use our online cost calculator. We’ll get an estimate to you in minutes. To learn more about charter bus rentals, or to get answers to any questions about our services, call 1-855-287-2427 and speak with one of our experienced and friendly travel consultants.

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