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GOGO Charters provides access to a wide variety of charter buses, minibuses, and shuttles in Atlanta and beyond, allowing you to choose the best rental option for your group. Our sophisticated reservation system is designed to conglomerate availability from certified local operators, instantly giving you access to more than a thousand buses.
With our services by your side, you’ll be able to simplify transportation for all types of events and trips in Atlanta, including field trips, corporate conventions, weddings, sports games, private outings, and more.
Whether you need transportation for a hundred people or a thousand, trust us to get efficient, safe transportation personalized for you.
When you charter a bus through our services, you can choose from a wide pool of bus models.
Rent a bus through GOGO Charters to gain access to amenities such as reclining seats, air conditioning, spacious luggage bays, wide windows, overhead storage bins, and on-board restrooms.
Need an ADA-approved bus rental? Our team will do everything possible to accommodate your group, ensuring that everyone has a comfortable experience regardless of ability.
We’re here to make group travel accessible for everyone, so always let us know about your specific needs, and we’ll work tirelessly to fulfill your requests. Our booking specialists are on standby at (404) 425-9570 to finalize every detail of your trip.
A visit to Atlanta isn’t complete until you visit CNN Center and Centennial Park. Here, you will be able to not only explore two of Atlanta’s top tourist destinations, but other nearby attractions as well, such as the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Children’s Museum of Atlanta.
With a bus rental from GOGO Charters, you’ll enjoy these attractions without worrying about driving in Atlanta’s one-way streets or finding parking in Midtown or Downtown.
Visiting CNN Center and Piedmont Park with a school group? Finding the right Atlanta field trip bus rental is key. (Hint: We can help you!) Aside from keeping students safe, a motorcoach will keep everyone comfortable with amenities such as climate-controlled interiors, plush seating, on-board WiFi, power outlets, and more.
Forget riding in a ratty old school bus with jail-like windows and cardboard seats. Instead, invest in a modern charter bus rental that will impress students and chaperones alike.
Visiting Atlanta during the soccer season? Watching an Atlanta United game is a must! Though founded only in 2014, this soccer team has quickly garnered numerous accolades after winning the MLS Cup in 2018.
Atlanta United matches have the highest average attendance numbers over any other professional soccer team, which makes their games a must-see even for those who don’t call themselves fans of soccer.
Beware, though—traffic around Mercedes Benz Stadium can be trying, even for the most seasoned of Atlanta drivers.
Don’t worry about trying to find parking at the Stadium, which can be pricey and inconvenient. Instead, rent a bus with us. Your driver will drop you off near the entrance, allowing you to enjoy the game without worrying about resolving the logistics.
Hop on over to Atlanta for a weekend and attend one of the many Meetup events happening in this bustling city. From science fans to soccer hobbyists to hikers looking to find the next best hike near ATL, Meetup has the perfect event prepared for you. Let GOGO Charters shuttle you and your group to any Meetup event when you’re here.
Since driving in Atlanta can be stressful and a hassle, a bus rental is the perfect way to cease worrying about the traffic on I-85 or navigating the multitude of one-way streets in Downtown and Midtown.
Every year, Atlanta hosts some of the most prominent protests in the country. No matter what you believe in—whether improving bike safety and ending homelessness in Atlanta’s inner-city districts—there’s something to fight for in The ATL.
Round up a group of your friends and rent a minibus with GOGO Charters to facilitate your travels to any Atlanta protest that gets your blood pumping. Since these events can get crowded, a car isn’t a viable form of transportation, especially for demonstrations that don’t take place in a predetermined venue.
A bus rental from GOGO Charters will allow you to arrive to any street in the Downtown area where the protest begins. Don’t worry about driving or trying to find parking. Instead, focus your energy on fighting for justice with GOGO Charters at your side.
GOGO Charters is committed to giving you a top-tier experience during your trip, which is why we’ve put together an Atlanta group travel guide with the help of Dan Tanner, an Atlanta local for over 30 years and the owner of premier tour company DTour.
Take a spin with Dan through some of Atlanta’s top 3 gems:
Boundaries: Decatur St NE, Pearl St SE, Memorial Dr SE, Boulevard SE
Cabbagetown in one sentence: Historic charm mixed with artistic flair.
Top points of interest: Carroll Street Cafe, Agave, Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill
“Carroll Street Cafe is a neighborhood standard. Great people-watching and curbside seating. And Agave is a real find with delicious Southwestern fare and the largest tequila bar in Atlanta.
“Built in 1881, the old Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill dominates the neighborhood. It was converted to lofts in the turn of the 21st century. The neighborhood also contains the largest collection of street art and muralists. Fun fact: the work is updated every year.”
Best way to get to Cabbagetown with a group: MARTA connectivity is limited in Cabbagetown, and the only available parking is on the street. If visiting Cabbagetown in a group, a bus rental will be your best bet.
Our experts recommend booking a minibus to get there rather than a full-sized charter bus. And don’t worry—you won’t be skimping on critical amenities such as on-board restrooms and WiFi. We’ll always ensure it’s included.
Boundaries: E John Lewis Freedom Parkway NE, Moreland Avenue NE, Dekalb Avenue NE
Inman Park in one sentence: A BeltLine essential.
Top points of interest: Springvale Park, Inman Perk, Barcelona Wine Bar, The Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at PARISH
“Now containing one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in Atlanta, Inman Park was previously the site of the Battle of Atlanta in 1864. The neighborhood also contains the home of the founder of the Coca-Cola Company. North Highland Avenue contains an array of bars, restaurants and coffee-shops, including Inman Perk, Barcelona Wine Bar, and Parish, located in an old train depot.”
Best way to get to Inman Park with a group: Don’t want to deal with paid parking? Neither do we.To get to Inman Park, we recommend booking a small 25-passenger bus for your trip.
Boundaries: North Avenue NW, Northside Dr NW, I-85
Downtown in one sentence: Equal parts work and play, with a healthy dollop of Southern charm.
Top points of interest: Peachtree Street, Fairlie Poplar Historic District, Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes Benz Stadium
“If you stop by Downtown, take an architecture tour of the Fairlie Poplar District. It's the largest collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century commercial buildings in Atlanta. Another good stop is the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on Edgewood Ave. Aside from some small eateries that are worth trying, there is also a traditional farmer's market where you can purchase local meat, seafood, and produce. Be sure to try the popcorn vendor, Miss D's.”
Best way to get to Downtown with a group: MARTA stops overbound in this central location, but unless you’re planning to stay in the Fairlie Poplar District, you won’t fare well walking on foot. With such limited parking, driving a rental car isn’t ideal, either.
Banish all these worries by renting a bus. Since we only work with local drivers, your trip will be in the hands of an expert who knows the best spots to pick up, drop off, and wait for your group.
Dan also recommends visiting Old Fourth Ward, where he enjoys showing Ponce City Market to his tour groups, and Eastside, which he recommends as another great neighborhood for street art.
Another unmissable stop is the Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site, which is free to enter. Dan says that there are NPS rangers on site who can answer questions, so your tour can be easily self-guided. He provides one caveat: “Having a private guide adds a deeper experience and a more nuanced breadth of information. Consider investing for a much more comprehensive look at Atlanta’s Civil Rights history.”
Now that you’ve gotten your itinerary started with Dan’s help, allow us to guide you through the rest of Atlanta’s top neighborhoods.
Buckhead is known as the Beverly Hills of the South, and with good reason: it’s affluent, beautiful, and it offers some of the best nightlife experiences. If you’re looking to get a taste of luxury without traveling too far, then a visit to Buckhead is a must-do! The best eateries around here are South City Kitchen, Bistro Niko, and Seven Lamps. Don’t forget to stop by the renowned Lenox Mall, where locals have spotted multiple famous people.
“Buckhead is a great addition to your trip if you are interested in high-end residential architecture, shopping, dining, and nightlife. Lenox Mall and Phipps Plaza offer endless shopping opportunities as well as the exclusive Shops of Buckhead. (Jimmy Choo, Dior, etcetera.) There are a wide array of dining options, from Canoe on the Chattahoochee River to Fado Irish Pub to the Shack Shack in the Shops of Buckhead.”
Atlantic Station is quaint fully walkable by foot, but don’t be fooled: this premier shopping destination is chock-full of restaurants and experiences for you to enjoy. From the Millennium Gate Museum to Kilwin’s Ice Cream, everyone in your group will find something to love. Part of the Atlantic Station experience is letting yourself walk around and enjoy your surroundings without hurrying about or filling every second with an activity. Plan to spend an entire day here, but be warned: parking can get expensive!
A visit to Atlanta isn’t complete without a stop in Midtown: one of the most beautiful districts in the city and home to a few of the South’s top cultural institutions, including the High Museum of Art, The Center for Puppetry Arts, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden— Midtown is a great spot to visit for any type of group. Some of the area’s top restaurants include Ecco Midtown, The Lawrence, and The Melting Pot. We wouldn’t recommend driving here— parking is not only expensive, but the traffic can be unbearable for out-of-towners.
That’s why a bus rental is the best way to travel to Midtown. Though the district boasts great MARTA connectivity, the trains can often run late. Molding your itinerary to the public transportation schedule is not a great way to streamline your trip, so we definitely recommend either an Atlanta bus rental for your group.
Dan recommends stopping by the famous Varsity drive-in near Georgia Tech. He also adds:
“Crescent Avenue is home to the best collection of restaurant and bar stops, including Ri Ra Irish Pub, where the entire interior decor is imported from Ireland.”
Despite Decatur’s youthful vibe, it’s a well-established district with a history reaching back well before the Civil War. Almost as affluent as Buckhead, Decatur is home to the acclaimed Fernbank Museum of Natural History and the historic Decatur Square. Some of our favorite spots here include Twain's Brewpub & Billiards, Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, and The Iberian Pig.
Among all Atlanta neighborhoods, Little Five Points is in an entire category of its own. Striking the balance between hip and established, this district packs quite the punch for travelers. Little Five Points is the home of regionally renowned restaurants such as The Vortex, Tijuana Garage, and Wrecking Bar Brewpub, but the fun doesn’t end with the amazing food. If you take a walk around, you’ll find some of the most eclectic shops inside the Perimeter. Stop by Junkman’s Daughter, Psycho Sisters, and Stefan’s Vintage Clothing to get a glimpse into the kind of Atlantans who call Little Five Points home.
Sometimes you might want to leave Atlanta. We understand. There is plenty to explore elsewhere!
Below are our most popular bus rentals out of Atlanta, GA, and their estimated fees. Keep in mind that charter bus prices depend on a variety of factors, including availability, number of passengers, and special requests.
The estimated round-trip fee for a charter bus rental from Atlanta to Orlando is $3511.
One of our most popular trips, a group road trip to Orlando can be the perfect way to jumpstart your vacation at Universal Studios or any other Orlando resort.
The estimated round-trip fee for a charter bus rental from Atlanta to Miami is $5830.
Don’t subject your group to riding on a Greyhound bus for this one. Atlanta is over 650 miles away from Miami, totaling more than 10 hours riding in a car or bus. With a bus rented through our services, you could make your trip to Miami a two-day adventure, stopping by Valdosta or Gainesville for a much-needed night’s rest before heading to your final destination.
The estimated round-trip fee for a charter bus rental from Atlanta to DC is $5107.
Similar to Miami, this trip can be taxing for those who purchase a bus or train ticket, so a private bus rental would be a better choice. The ride can be over 10 hours long, so plan to stop overnight at Charlotte or Durham. Keep in mind that you would have to provide room and board for your driver!
The estimated round-trip fee for a charter bus rental from Atlanta to NYC is $7591.
The longest of our trips and the most popular of our destinations, a bus rental to New York City can clock in at upwards of $7,500. This fee may look steep, but if you bring 50 passengers on board, the per-person fee would only be around $150, which is barely more than a round-trip Greyhound ticket.
You would also get first-class comforts such as reclining seats, individual power outlets, elbow room, and a driver running entirely on your schedule, meaning no waits at crowded, dirty terminals or running the risk of missing your ride. Recommended stops for this mammoth trip include Charlotte, Richmond, and Baltimore, but if you’d like to do it all at once, no worries— we’ll arrange to switch your driver halfway through the trip to ensure the safety of your group.
We at GOGO Charters pride ourselves in our commitment to your group’s happiness, so if you’re need a bus in Atlanta or simply want to chat about how we can make your trip easier, call us today at (404) 425-9570 to start a conversation with your dedicated booking specialist. We’re so committed to you, we’re within reach 24/7. We’re always ready to help you with your quote requests, your travel woes, and your questions about your future trip.
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