How much does a charter bus cost in New York City?
Multiple factors will determine the price of your bus rental, such as time of year, distance of your trip, number of passengers, and bus type. For an overview of what to expect, check out our New York City charter bus pricing guide. For a personalized, no-obligation quote, call our team at 917-388-9602.
Where can you take me in NYC?
What buses can I book in NYC?
A variety of bus rentals are available for your choosing, with other options such as sprinter vans available for smaller groups. Don’t see what you need? Ask our reservation specialists about other types of vehicles!
Will my bus come with a driver?
All of our coach bus rentals come with a professional, experienced driver to service your trip and keep you safe. If you’d like to drive your own bus, we are, unfortunately, unable to allow you to do so.
When should I book my bus?
The sooner you book, the better! Our team is more likely to find the perfect coach for you when you call as far in advance as possible. We’re available 24/7 to discuss bus options and other trip details.
Coaches, athletes, staff members, and dedicated fans all rely on NYC Charter Bus Company to get them to upcoming sporting events in comfort and style. With plenty of storage space and premium amenities like reclining seats, flat screen TVs, WiFi, and more, your bus will make sure your group is fully prepared to win their next match.Learn More
Planning wedding transportation is simple when you work with NYC Charter Bus Company. We make transporting wedding guests and your whole wedding party easy. On your big day, we understand how important it is to stay organized, which is why we ensure your whole day is as stress-free as possible with reliable, modern shuttles and 24/7 customer service.Learn More
Give your employees a reliable daily ride to and from your office with a private corporate shuttle service. We’ll pair you with a bus outfitted with premium amenities to make everyone’s commute a little more enjoyable! Whether you're a small startup or a Fortune 500, we've got everything you need to move all of your employees with ease.Learn More
Students and chaperones deserve the trip of their lives in a modern, reliable charter bus. We only work with licensed, professional drivers, and all buses we reserve are required to pass numerous inspections. NYC Charter Bus Company will work hard to match you and your students with the perfect bus to ensure your trip is comfortable, safe, and fun.Learn More
If you're planning a private event trip and considering a New York City charter bus rental for transportation, NYC Charter Bus Company has you covered. From event navigation to travel schedules and parking, a private driver will handle all the logistics and show you the way through the Big Apple.Learn More
New York City may be the City That Never Sleeps, but that doesn’t mean that planning your next NYC getaway should make you toss and turn at night. Rest easy knowing that New York City Charter Bus Company has your ride taken care of.
Countless passengers consider us the top provider for coach bus rentals in and around the Big Apple, and for good reason. We’ll set up your tour group with a professional and punctual driver so you don’t risk losing anyone to the hectic foot traffic, a complex subway system, or a sea of identical taxicabs.
Not sure where to start on your NYC trip? Shuttle to some of these popular destinations we’ve frequented with our clients:
Whether you’re here to peruse the blocks upon blocks of shops, receive a serenade and a selfie from the Naked Cowboy, or just take it all in, Time Square is infamous for entrancing visitors with its bright lights and bustling vibe. Understandably, traffic around this NYC hotspot is hectic, so consider having your driver drop off your group at the edges of Midtown or Hell’s Kitchen to avoid the worst of it. Taking on the entirety of this district can take a toll on your feet, but trust us, the prime window-shopping and people-watching are worth experiencing on street level. Just be mindful of where to chill and where to book it. No one likes an inconsiderate pedestrian.
We know, we know. You’ve probably seen Central Park a million times in your favorite movies and TV shows, from 27 Dresses to Home Alone 2, from 30 Rock to Broad City. But trust us, you’ll want to see all 840 acres of this NYC landmark in-person. From posing for photos in front of the Balto sculpture, to paying respects at Strawberry Fields, to soaking in the sun at the edge of the Bethesda fountain, this iconic park offers no shortage of activities for tour groups who are eager to stretch their legs.
It takes about an hour to cross this mile-long walkway over the East River, especially if you stop to enjoy the view, so be sure to give your group plenty of time to take it all in. If you’re coming in from Manhattan, your driver should drop you off at the northeastern corner of City Hall Park. Those crossing from the Brooklyn side should meet on the corner of Tillary and Adams. There are no tolls for the automobiles rumbling away underfoot, so save your group— and your feet— the trouble of the return walk by having your driver meet you on the other side for an easy ride to the next stop on your itinerary.
The ghost of a marsh and a cemetery. A chess master’s battleground. The Grand Central Station for protestors, dog-walkers, and fountain-splashers. These are just some of the titles bestowed upon this beloved NYC landmark. Whether you’re basking in the shadow of the Washington Square Arch or wandering through the trendy boutiques and restaurants along its perimeter, WSP is the perfect place to catch your breath before your group takes on the rest of Greenwich Village.
Three floors. A collection of rare and out-of-circulation editions. Over 2.5 million—yes, million— titles. Need we say more? Come visit this oft-overlooked hidden gem of the Village: the last remaining shop from the district’s historical Book Row. Whether you’re in the market for a well-loved classic or a specific square-footage of beautifully bound tomes, this shop has enough charm to fill even the pickiest of book snobs with unabashed, child-like wonder.
Did you honestly think we’d bypass this New York City staple? Of course not, and neither should you! Making the most of the Empire State Building, however, is not for the faint of heart. For bold sight-seers willing to brave the 102-story climb to the building’s peak, you’ll be met with some of the most unforgettable, panoramic views of Manhattan and—on a clear day—the surrounding 80 miles of land and sea.
For many first-time visitors, the culture shock here can be intimidating. Embrace it! Grab some street food— we recommend the fried noodle cart on Centre Street; it’s authentic, delicious, and extremely cheap— and enjoy your meal in Columbus Park amid the waves of local checkers champions, Tai Chi savants, and other passersby that make up the life of this thriving neighborhood. If you’re feeling especially adventurous, sit in on a service and pick up a fortune at Temple Mahayana, the east coast’s oldest Buddhist temple, or wander through Chinatown’s local-frequented open air markets, groceries, and butchers.
Explore all the cultural icons and cuisine of traditional Italy without ever leaving lower Manhattan! Don’t let its mere 3-block span fool you; this neighborhood is dense. So dense, in fact, we recommend spanning your experiences here over several days to avoid a stomach ache or cannoli overload. However, visitors itching for a concentrated dose of Italia via live music, parades, and carb-filled foods galore should not shy away from the Feast of San Gennaro— the locals sure don’t.
Sure, with its seasonal ice rink and an annual Christmas tree nearly 10 times taller than any farm-bought fir, Rockefeller Center is a romantic must-see for tourists lucky enough to visit New York City in winter. However, visitors often forget the Center has year-round appeal, especially for city first-timers. Don’t be a rookie. Check out Rockefeller’s countless shops, jewelry vendors, and eateries between your NBC Studio Tour and taking in the cityscape from the “Top of the Rock.”
No, a charter bus can’t take you to the foot of this iconic NYC fixture quite like the Statue Cruise ferry. We can, however, book your ride to The Battery docks with plenty of time to organize your tickets, clear the security gate, and grab your audio tour materials before you board. Even better, your driver can look after whatever belongings you leave on the bus, so you can explore the statue and Ellis Island unencumbered.
Each borough in New York City has its own unique flair and roster of entertainment, attractions, and activities. New York City Charter Bus Company services every borough, as well as the surrounding areas. Easily travel throughout the boroughs in your own private charter bus or minibus.
When someone says “The Big Apple”, they’re usually referring to the borough of Manhattan. It is the most densely populated borough and is home to world-renowned museums and attractions like Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building, and the Met. Along with plenty of tourist hotspots, Manhattan is home to iconic neighborhoods like Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca.
Located on Long Island across the East River and landmark Brooklyn Bridge, this diverse borough has the highest population among the five. Brooklyn is a major hub for independent arts and has become a haven for creatives in modern times. Well-known neighborhood Coney Island is located in Brooklyn, along with other popular areas like DUMBO, Bushwick, and Williamsburg.
Queens is located just east of Brooklyn on Long Island and is regarded as one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the country. Popular among families and a primarily residential borough, Queens may not have the hustle of Manhattan or the artistic atmosphere of Brooklyn, but it is loved among its residents. Grab delicious Greek food in Astoria or head over to Flushing to support the Mets at Citi Field.
With its rich culture and several historic claims to fame, The Bronx is steadily becoming a rising borough. The Bronx is hailed as the “cradle of hip hop and rap,” giving way to a 1970s cultural movement that’s still being felt today. The famed New York Yankees also call The Bronx home, with Yankee Stadium being located in the Concourse neighborhood off of the Harlem River.
Although Staten Island is the biggest borough by land size, this area has the smallest population among the five. Staten Island is located across the New York Bay from Manhattan and is generally filled with residential neighborhoods, perfect for families and groups looking for a calm visit. Traveling from Staten Island offers views of the Statue of Liberty and historic Ellis Island.
Charter buses can accommodate up to 56 passengers and are the most spacious bus rentals available, perfect for larger groups traveling long distances. Charter buses can come fully-equipped with top-notch amenities such as reclining seats, on-board restrooms, WiFi, flat screen TVs, DVD players, and more. No matter where you’re going, you can rest assured you’ll have the most modern, reliable charter bus in NYC.
Minibuses come in a variety of sizes, making them ideal for smaller groups traveling within the city. Minibuses are the perfect, cost-effective alternative to public transportation and rideshare apps. They offer a wide variety of premium amenities, like flat screen TVs, WiFi, power outlets, overhead storage bins, and more, to provide you with a secure and comfortable trip.
If you’re traveling to NYC with a group of sports fans or a youth sports team, you might want to catch a game while you’re there. New York City Charter Bus Company is here to help. We’ve compiled a list of NY’s most popular sports…
As Manhattan’s hipster sibling, it’s no surprise that Brooklyn is home to dozens of local craft breweries. Brewery hopping is a great way to socialize with coworkers, celebrate a wedding, or round out a group tour. Plan a day exploring Brooklyn’s breweries with a private…
Built by John D. Rockefeller Jr. in the 1930s, Rockefeller Center was designed as an all-in-one shopping and work complex. It still serves that purpose, but its Art Deco design has made it a National Historic Landmark, which means it now welcomes hundreds of tour…