Boston Bus Rentals


Rent a bus in Boston. Whoever says that Boston is only about colleges and universities has clearly not strolled ardently around the city. While it is indeed a center for higher education and a leader in great innovation, the city draws in millions of tourists because of its unparalleled attractions and history. Places like the Charles River Esplanade, the Old South Meeting House and the Old North Church are some of the many things that make us proud to say that we cover all of Boston with buses for the safety and convenience of its visitors.

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Charter Bus Rental Company in Boston

Here on Bookbuses we have different bus options for you. Boston is the capital and moreover, it is the biggest city of Massachusetts in the U.S. It is the budgetary and social point of Greater Boston and the tenth most noteworthy metropolitan zone in the country. The city has stretched out past the main landmass through land recuperation and civil expansion. Its rich history pulls in large numbers of travelers. Boston is one of North America's most delightful urban cities, offering visitors a unique mix of historical destinations and modern attractions, beautiful waterfront views and lavish parks, wonderful hotels and restaurants, and more exciting events and things to do and see than you can fit into one visit. Regardless of whether you're arranging your first trip or have been here on many occasions, you'll find plenty to explore and enjoy. It may be "America's Walking City," however, in Boston you can also utilize bus renting which can help you navigate easily, from Harvard to the Harbor. Use busses to plan your trip ahead of time and when you're in town. This will allow you to plan your trip the way you want it, we will assist in finding the best possible option for you, regardless if you book in advance or planning a last-minute booking.



Boston Charter Bus & Minibus Rental

We have access to a big selection of various Charter Buses, with seating capacities ranging from 47 to 56 seats. Also, if you decide to travel with a smaller group, you may consider renting a Minibus, with various sizes of minibuses with seating capacities ranging from 18 and 25 seats. You can rent a bus with premium amenities, that are available and accessible upon request, such amenities may include a freezer, USB ports, WIFI, TVs, panoramic windows, etc. With 24/7 customer service, you can rely on us to take the utmost care of all the transportation needs of your occasion.


Rent a School Bus in Boston

School buses are very suitable for local trips, if you don’t need special amenities, and you want your trip to be as budget-friendly as possible under the circumstances, School buses are made for children, however, it can also be used for grown-ups as well. Buses come in several sizes, from holding just 12 passengers to 70 passengers, depending on the age of the children. Keep in mind that school buses have benches and depending on the age of the kids (or grown-ups) more or fewer people will fit on the school bus. They can be rented for different occasions, such as school trips, sports teams outing, weddings, groups of tourists/visitors, etc. Depending on your occasion, school buses might be an even better alternative for you, you can talk to one of our booking specialists and we will help you find the bus that suits your necessities.


Rent a bus for Wedding in Boston

Organizing your wedding in Boston?  We rent out different kinds of buses to help the coordination on your special day. We are here to deal with all your wedding transportation needs so that you don’t need to be stressed about anyone getting lost or being late. We will organize a shuttle service for your guests from their hotel to your wedding venue and back; we can also take care of the airport transfer for anyone arriving from other cities too, guarantee guests arrive on time without the hassle.

Rent a bus for Corporate Events in Boston

Having a conference or a company event in Boston? Let us take care of your transportation and you will surely be on schedule for your event. With our high-level customer service, we will make sure you enjoy your trip! Our buses are furnished with WIFI, power retailers, TVs, and so on, so you and your coworkers will be able to work, answer emails, and rest during the entire ride.


Airport Transfer to and from Boston

The nearest airport to Boston is Logan International Airport (BOS). The distance from Logan International Airport to Boston, MA is 2.8 miles / 4.5 kilometers. We offer an airport transfer to and from Boston. You might also consider renting a bus to get to your destination with no trouble at all.

Rent a Bus for trips to Boston Sport Events

Sports teams and their sports fans traveling in Boston can depend on us for transportation around the city. Charter buses have plenty of room for the whole team and can comfortably transport a group of fans to a game. We offer a variety of buses for rent, considering every one of your necessities, we will make sure that you have enough luggage room on a bus as well as other conveniences you wish to have.

Top 5 Destinations to see in Boston


Fenway Park

Fenway Park, a baseball  park in Boston that is home to the Red Sox, the city’s American League (AL) team. Opened in 1912, it is the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball and one of its most famous. The steel-and-concrete park was largely designed by James McLaughlin and cost about $650,000. Bookbuses offer a variety of buses for rent. Call us (646) 396 0933 to get the best deal now.


Museum of Fine Arts

Founded in 1870, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), welcomes more than one million visitors every year from neighboring communities and around the world. It is one of the greatest encyclopedic art museums in the world, with collections comprising more than 500,000 objects representing all periods and cultures. The Museum has more than 140 galleries displaying its collection, which is widely recognized for its quality and scope. In addition to housing renowned collections, the Museum also organizes lots of exhibitions and opportunities for learning and community engagement.


Back Bay

The Back-Bay neighborhood runs along the Charles River on the opposite side of Cambridge. Upscale shopping, boutiques, art galleries, and fabulous restaurants make this trendy neighborhood a must-see on your Boston visit. The area is home to Copley Place, Prudential Center, and The John Hancock TowerTrinity Church (one of the country’s 10 finest buildings), and shopping along Newbury Street.

The Freedom Trail

The American Revolutionary War started in Boston. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile route that takes you to 16 important locations during this war. The walk starts (or ends, depending on the direction you choose to walk it) at the Boston Common and ends (or starts) at the USS Constitution and Bunker Hill. Along the walk, you will visit historic churches, meeting halls, burial grounds, and battlegrounds.

Quincy market

Opened in 1826 to the public, Quincy Market is still serving both locals and visitors of Boston today. Its role has changed from fresh produce retail originally to wholesale and then become a festival marketplace in the 70s.