San Francisco Your Guide To Charter Bus Rental
Looking for a destination for a group trip, somewhere that offers a wide range of cultural, culinary, and shopping opportunities? Come to San Francisco for some of the nation’s top museums, performing arts venues, shops and dining experiences.
But don’t put extra stress on yourself, though, by trying to handle the ground transportation details on your own. Book a charter bus rental from BusRental.com. We’ll watch the GPS, keep track of the time and worry about parking and traffic while you relax with everyone else.
The Things You Want to Know about Charter Bus Rentals
If the comfort, convenience and luxury of a charter bus rental are new to you, you have questions:
For more than three decades, BusRental.com has worked effectively with groups, group leaders, businesses and business owners across the country, helping them find the right solutions for their ground transportation needs.
As with most things, the earlier you start the process, the more options you typically have. Nonetheless, because of our extensive network of charter bus vendors nationwide, as well as our decades of experience and extensive knowledge of local markets, we can customarily book an entire trip to San Francisco with little notice.
Yes. At BusRental.com, we understand the importance the right coach can make in the success of an outing. If you’re going to San Francisco with a small-to-medium-sized group, we recommend a minibus, which comes in a number of styles, and can seat anywhere from 24 to 35 passengers. For larger groups, the full-sized charter bus is ideal, with accommodations for up to 57 passengers. All of our buses come with plenty of storage space for personal items.
With the exception of some school buses, all the coaches we supply come with high-back bucket seats, climate control, a high-end stereo system and ample storage space. Additional amenities can be purchased separately, including Wifi and charging stations for your devices, DVD players and monitors, P.A. systems, hardwood floors and leather seats. We also have access to ADA-compliant coaches, if necessary. Ask your booking agent for assistance.
In most instances, yes. Our vast network of charter bus service providers includes vendors in rural and urban communities nationwide, so we can usually arrange to meet your group at a location that’s convenient for you.
We allow the consumption of beer, wine and liquor on our coaches, provided you have obtained permission from us before your trip begins. All consumption must comply with the local laws. Furthermore, your driver will always have the absolute discretion to suspend or terminate the use of alcohol at any time for any reason.
Yes. You must be at least 21 years of age to enter into a charter bus rental agreement. We rent charter buses to high school and college groups, but require that the rental contract be signed by a parent, guardian or other adult.
Choose BusRental.com for Your Charter Bus Rental to San Francisco
When you book a charter bus rental from BusRental.com, you can expect:
The best price for your trip
With our experience, local market savvy and access to thousands of charter bus vendors nationwide, we will guarantee you the best price for your trip to San Francisco
Flexibility you won’t get anywhere else
Because of our longstanding relationships in the industry and the knowledge and expertise we have developed over more than three decades, we can make last minute or real-time changes or book an entire trip with short notice.
Your safety will be our top priority
We monitor the safety records of all our vendors, and won’t use any who have any major current safety violations. We also require that all our service providers strictly comply with governmental regulations for driving time and vehicle maintenance.
The best customer service in the industry
You’ll have your own project management team, 24/7 dispatch, unmatched logistical support, and access to our online Trip Management Portal. That’s why we have more than 2,000 positive online reviews!
Come to San Francisco for One of These Great Annual Events
Pick the right time of year and you can enjoy one of San Francisco’s many popular happenings:
New Year’s Fireworks
The 15-minute fireworks show, synced with surround-sound music, culminates a day-long party along the San Francisco Bay, with street vendors, music and food booths from the Embarcadero to Folsom. You can also take a fireworks cruise.
The Cherry Blossom Festival
For immersion in the Japanese culture in San Francisco, come in mid-April for this celebration, with a parade, martial arts demonstrations, live music and other cultural performances, as well as an extensive sampling of Japanese cuisine
The Chinese New Year’s Parade
The San Francisco Chinatown, probably the most well-known in the United States, hosts this huge parade every February as part of a larger celebration of the Chinese New Year. There’s a flower market, a street fair and many food booths.
The St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade
Everything turns green for this celebration of Celtic culture, with traditional Irish music and dancing, craft exhibits, beer tents and an amazing parade, with floats and marching bands from across the country
The Pride Parade
San Francisco has long been a safe place for the LGBT community, and its annual Pride celebration is second-to-none. Look for the streets to be festooned with rainbow flags, costumes and other homages to personal and cultural diversity.
The Outside Lands Music Festival
True to the diversity that is central to San Francisco, this August event includes musicians from around the planet, with genres limited only by your imagination. There’s also great food and beverages at this Golden Gate Park event.
Oktoberfest by the Bay
Get ready for schnitzel, wurst, spaetzle and lots of fine German beer at Pier 48, near AT&T Park. You’ll see many folks sporting lederhosen, cutting a rug as an oompah band plays Bavarian tunes.
Oyster vendors from all along the Pacific Coast come to the Bay City in May, serving up these aquatic delicacies. You can get them raw, deep fried, baked, sauteed or steamed, and wash them down with some of the city’s famed craft beers.
Your “Can’t Miss” List for a Charter Bus Trip to San Fran
San Francisco offers many unique experiences. Here are just a few:
The Golden Gate Bridge and Park
4,200 feet long and nearly 750 above the water, the Golden Gate Bridge was the largest suspension bridge in the world in 1937, when it was completed. The park comprises more than a thousand acres, larger than New York’s Central Park.
See the famed “Rock,” a federal prison from 1934 until 1963, housing such famous inmates as Al Capone, George “Machine Gun” Kelly, Mickey Cohen and Alvin “Creepy” Karpis. The 22-acre island is accessible by ferry from Pier 33.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
One of the largest art museums in the nation, with more than 170,000 square feet of exhibit space, San Francisco’s MOMA has works by Jackson Pollock, Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Andy Warhol, Paul Klee and Henri Matisse
Muir Woods National Monument
Just 12 miles north of the city, this 500+ acre preserve, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, has 240 acres of old growth redwoods, some reaching heights of more than 250 feet.
One of the best ways to experience the famed Fisherman’s Wharf section of San Francisco, Pier 38 combines restaurants, an aquarium, shops and a video arcade. Keep your eyes open for the sea lion basking in the sun.
Dubbed the “crookedest street in the world,” this one-block section of Highway 101 alongside the Embarcadero attracts more than two million visitors a year, as eight hairpin turns take tourists on a 65-foot vertical drop
de Young Museum
The de Young, a part of Golden Gate Park, has extensive collections of American and African art, from pieces made in California during the Gold Rush days, works from the Spanish Colonial period and modern art.
Walt Disney Family Museum
Located in the Golden Gate National Recreational Area, this museum includes early drawings and animation, a miniature model of Disneyland, and the nearly 250 awards that Disney received in his lifetime.
Make Life Easy When You Travel on a Charter Bus Rental
The many attractive features of a charter coach make it the perfect solution for any type of travel:
On a charter bus, you’ll be able to use your time more efficiently. You can conduct meetings as you travel, or use your time on the road to promote esprit de corps. You’ll also be able to plan events more reliably.
Absolutely. There’s no better way to enjoy a big game than with a hoard of fellow fans. On a charter bus, the party starts when you climb aboard. You’ll also have your own designated driver.
Yes. When you take students somewhere on a charter bus, you’ll take young drivers off the road, making travel safer. You’ll also have a better way to keep track of where students are.
Without a doubt! You won’t have to park a mile away and try to find the rally, march or parade. You’ll also get to travel with like-minded people—you might even make a few new friends!
Explore San Francisco’s Iconic Neighborhoods
Once the center of the hippie movement, this neighborhood remains a haven for the city’s counterculture, with vintage stores, old-school vinyl emporiums, head shops, tattoo parlors and dive bars, as well as many street musicians
Get a great view of the city from the top of one of the steep hills in this “old money” part of San Francisco. There’s a bustling nightlife here, too, amongst the upscale restaurants and century-old Victorian homes.
The Mission District
Clearly one of the city’s most colorful communities, the Mission District exemplifies the diversity of San Francisco, with lots of authentic street food, film houses, dive bars and small music venues.
Home to the San Francisco Giants, but also to craft breweries, art galleries and gay bars, the South of Market area also boast the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Yerba Buena Gardens
Book Your Charter Bus Excursion to San Francisco Today
Great food, unparalleled cultural diversity, world-class arts and culture, and truly unique shopping opportunities—these are just some of the many reasons to visit the “City by the Bay.” But don’t turn a trip to San Francisco into a lot of work by trying to handle the ground transportation on your own. Turn to the professionals—relax with everyone else while BusRental.com handles all the details.