When you need efficient group transportation in Atlanta, GOGO Charters should be your go-to for minibus and charter bus rentals! Our vast network of motorcoaches and 24/7 reservation team make it simple to rent a bus and traverse the ATL with groups big and small—no matter the occasion.
Known for being the cultural and financial hub of the Southeast, Atlanta is home to many attractions, destinations, and venues worth visiting. Whether you’re planning a dream wedding in the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, a field trip to the World of Coca-Cola, a sporting event downtown, a private vacation outside the city, or a daily commuter shuttle to the office—our bus rental services are here for you.
Call (404) 425-9570 today to reserve your Atlanta charter bus!
Here are just a few of the companies that have trusted us with their group transportation needs.
The GOGO Charters network offers your passengers a variety of coaches to choose from, and our team is dedicated to pairing every group with the ideal ride for their itinerary.
Need a nimble vehicle that can zip through even the worst ATL traffic? We recommend booking a minibus for shuttle services and small- to medium-sized groups traveling within city limits.
Settling in for the long haul? For large groups and multi-day journeys, reserve a full-size charter bus rental to ensure everyone has plenty of room to stretch out, stash their luggage, and relax between destinations.
No matter what vehicle you choose, our reservation team will ensure your passengers are comfortable and well-cared for with custom onboard amenities. Scroll through your social feed with free WiFi, pop a movie into the DVD player and watch it over flatscreen TVs, kick up your heels in a reclining seat—just say the word, and GOGO Charters will keep you and your group entertained and refreshed on the road. We can even provide an ADA-compliant coach at no additional charge, as long as you give us advance notice.
The final cost of your Atlanta bus rental depends on a variety of factors, all of which are determined by your trip’s details. So the only sure way to know how much it will cost you to rent a bus is to call (404) 425-9570 for a free, no-obligation quote.
From there, our reservation team can calculate the cost of your group trip based on factors such as mileage, how many buses you need, what time of year you’re traveling, and more. We offer transparent pricing for every bus rental we provide, which means you’ll never be blindsided by hidden fees. And if you like what you hear, your representative can secure your group’s transportation within minutes—it’s that easy!
Atlanta residents are no stranger to traffic. But that doesn’t mean your employees should have to suffer a stressful commute to and from the office every day!
Ease your company’s daily transportation needs with an employee shuttle service from GOGO Charters, and let your team catch up on emails and stream podcasts with onboard WiFi, recharge their laptops and phones with individual power outlets, and store backpacks and briefcases in overhead compartments. We’ll work with you to establish custom routes and itineraries that suit your offices’ hours. So whether you need a full shuttle circuit between your employees’ homes or a shuttle between the office and the closest park-and-ride or MARTA station, we’ve got you covered.
Arranging a family reunion in Piedmont Park? Rather than having your out-of-town loved ones navigate MARTA and risk getting lost, rent a minibus shuttle to ensure everyone arrives all at once for your get-together.
Planning a day trip to one of the many exciting cities nearby? No need to cram into a carpool for the journey to Charleston or Chattanooga. Most charter bus rentals include undercarriage luggage bays, so no matter how far your travels take you, everyone’s belongings will be safely tucked away for the long haul.
Whatever brings you to or out of the ATL, GOGO Charters can help manage your private trip’s transportation plan. Just let our reservation team know what kind of vehicles and amenities would make your sightseers, friends, and family most comfortable, and we’ll work with you to secure an Atlanta bus rental that suits your needs.
Hartsfield-Jackson International is one of the busiest airports in the world, serving upwards of 100 million passengers every year. With so many people passing through, one delayed or canceled flight can make all the difference for your passengers’ Atlanta experience.
Ease passengers’ ground transportation between terminals, their hotels, and more by booking with GOGO Charters. We’re available 24/7/365 and can have a bus rental ready for pick-up within a few hours of your first call. We can even provide comforting amenities like onboard restrooms and free WiFi so they can stay refreshed and connected, no matter what.
Atlanta is no stranger to live sports! From rallying with your fan group at an Atlanta United match or Atlanta Braves game to trekking to Athens with your UGA alumni group, GOGO Charters is here to make your game day experience as stress-free as possible.
Forget the hassle of finding parking and cramming equipment and coolers into multiple cars. A sporting event bus rental will keep your sports fans together and offer plenty of room to store your equipment—plus a pro driver will be with you every step of the way to handle parking and navigation logistics! The GOGO Charters team experience transporting sports teams and spectators alike, so whether you need a one-off shuttle for a local Little League tournament or ongoing transportation throughout the season, we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’re learning more about whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium, touring the Georgia Tech and Morehouse College campuses, or hosting a prom at the Fernbank Museum, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is your students’ safety.
When you book with GOGO Charters, you can rest easy knowing that a certified professional driver is at the wheel of your field trip bus rental and that every vehicle is thoroughly inspected between trips. Add onboard amenities like a DVD player for Magic School Bus marathons and free WiFi so they can scroll through TikTok, and your little travelers will have plenty to keep them preoccupied while traversing Atlanta!
Given the urban and historic buildings at the city’s center and the lush green spaces both in and out of city limits—if you’re planning a wedding, Atlanta is a beautiful place to do so, no matter what your style or taste.
So rather than having your guests and wedding party stress over navigation and parking, reserve a wedding shuttle service so they can focus on celebrating your special day. That way, loved ones can have a reliable ride between the reception and the hotels—and you can have a dream reception without tardy guests. Plus, a professional driver will be your DD for the night, so everyone can celebrate to their heart’s content!
Atlanta’s state-of-the-art venues and central location in the Southeast make it a great place for hosting conferences, conventions, trade shows, and corporate events for businesses big and small.
One aspect of your corporate get-together you shouldn’t overlook? How your guests and attendees will get between venues! Rather than having them brave Atlanta traffic in their personal vehicles, provide a sleek and modern shuttle service that operates on a route and schedule you set for it. That way, everyone can check their emails and share their favorite keynote quotes with the onboard WiFi, stash presentation materials in the overhead parcel racks, network with fellow passengers, and arrive all together and right on time.
What if you need a reliable ride over multiple days, weeks, or months? GOGO Charters can help you there too! Call our long-term transportation specialists at 1-844-897-5201, and we'll be more than happy to work out an extended contract that fits your budget and desired length of service.
Filming in Atlanta? A comfy, climate-controlled minibus can easily transport your cast and crew between locations for the entirety of the shoot—all on your schedule.
Looking to provide shuttles for your employees? We specialize in dependable and stress-free rides to work. Request onboard WiFi so they can catch up on emails en route!
Need cross-campus transportation for your school? Whether it's your institution’s first established transit system or a temporary route to ease construction traffic, we'll connect you to a clean and modern coach to make it happen.
Atlanta is diverse and sprawling, which means narrowing down where your group wants to go and what you want to do while you’re here can be a challenge. If you need some help narrowing down your itinerary, 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 tour company DTour.
Here are the top five best places to visit in Atlanta, according to Dan:
A mix of historic charm and artistic flair, Cabbagetown is a great place to start if you’re traveling with foodies. Here, you’ll find tons of innovative kitchens housed in historic buildings.
“Carroll Street Cafe is a neighborhood standard,” Dan says. “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.”
Visiting with art enthusiasts? You won’t leave disappointed if you pay Krog Street Tunnel a visit.
“The neighborhood also contains the largest collection of street art and muralists,” Dan says. “Fun fact: the work is updated every year.”
As the city’s busiest district, it should come as no surprise that Downtown hosts many of Atlanta’s most popular destinations. After you’ve relaxed by the fountains in Centennial Olympic Park, caught a game or concert at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, or toured the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Dan recommends supporting smaller local vendors.
“Another good stop is the Sweet Auburn Curb Market on Edgewood Avenue,” he says. “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.”
Another unmissable Downtown stop is the free-to-enter Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site, which offers visitors a new perspective into the life of the iconic Civil Rights Movement leader. National Park Service rangers are stationed at the site and are happy to answer any questions your group may have, but Dan offers this advice for those seeking a more in-depth tour:
“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.”
If your group is planning to stroll along the BeltLine—the former railroad corridor recently turned into a trail and string of greenspaces—this neighborhood should be on your Atlanta bucket list.
“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,” Dan says. “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.”
Some folks call this neighborhood the Beverly Hills of the South for many reasons. Not only is it affluent and beautiful, but it also offers some of the city’s best nightlife. Get a taste of luxury without straying too far from the city’s center—and don’t forget to stop by the renowned Lenox Mall. If you’re lucky, your group may bump into a star from your favorite shows and movies!
“Buckhead is a great addition to your trip if you are interested in high-end residential architecture, shopping, dining, and nightlife,” Dan says. “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 Shake Shack in the Shops of Buckhead.”
Midtown is a great spot for all kinds of visiting groups—in fact, many locals say a visit to Atlanta isn’t complete without a stop in Midtown. Often considered one of the most beautiful districts in the city, it’s 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.
With so much to see and do in Midtown, we wouldn’t recommend driving here. Parking is not only expensive, but the traffic can be unbearable for out-of-towners. Instead, consider booking a bus rental to ease your transportation around the area’s top sights. Molding your itinerary to the public transportation schedule is not a great way to streamline your trip, so your group may be better served by booking a charter bus rental that can run on your group's preferred schedule.
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.”
Still not sure where to go, even after hearing from an Atlanta expert? Here are a few more of Atlanta’s popular neighborhoods and the highlights of each:
Don’t let this district’s youthful vibe fool you—it has a history that reaches back well before the Civil War. Here, your science nerds can explore the acclaimed Fernbank Museum of Natural History, or your group can enjoy the sunshine, greenery, and shops that line the historic Decatur Square. For food, drinks, and entertainment, be sure to check out Twain's Brewpub & Billiards, Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, and The Iberian Pig.
A favorite among locals and visitors alike, Little Five Points strikes a balance between hip and established. Dine at regionally renowned restaurants like The Vortex, Tijuana Garage, and Wrecking Bar Brewpub before checking out some of the most eclectic shops inside the Perimeter (ITP, if you want to sound like a local). Stop by Junkman’s Daughter, Psycho Sisters, and Stefan’s Vintage Clothing to browse through unique digs and haunts of Atlantans who call Little Five Points home.
Just because this shopping destination is walkable by foot doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to see here. In fact, Atlantic Station is chock-full of only-in-ATL restaurants and experiences like Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, The Pig and The Pearl’s specialty drinks, and the IMAX theatre in Regal Cinemas. Renting a shuttle bus is the perfect way to explore this hotspot for a celebration like a birthday bash, pre-prom dinner, or bachelorette party—your charter bus driver will ensure every party guest gets home safely!
While there’s plenty to see and do in the city itself, Atlanta is also a centralized launch point for many road trips throughout the Southeast. Whether you’re planning a historic sightseeing tour or a group trip to Disney World, let GOGO Charters ease your travels to and from these popular trips within driving distance of Atlanta:
Thrills and entertainment await you in Orlando! From park-hopping around the country’s most popular theme parks to hopping on a relaxing cruise ship, there are many reasons why the city hosts so many family reunions, group excursions, and corporate get-togethers every year.
Flights in and out of this magical city can be pricy (especially during peak tour and travel seasons in the summer) so for many ATL-based groups, renting a charter bus and taking the 6-hour road trip into town is the most economical and efficient option. A full-size motorcoach will have plenty of space for your passengers to store luggage and souvenirs, and our team can set your group up with comfort-minded amenities like TVs and WiFi so everyone can relax over the stretch between Atlanta and Orlando.
Traveling with history buffs? With the centuries-old Savannah a mere four hours away, setting up a sightseeing tour of the city is a no-brainer. Explore the cobblestone alleys of River Street, the gorgeous Forsyth Park framed in Spanish moss, and the beautiful and sprawling plots of Bonaventure Cemetery—all at your own pace.
Rather than setting up a preplanned tour and being stuck to a schedule you didn’t create, let GOGO Charters provide a private bus rental that runs on your terms. You determine where and when you want your charter bus or minibus to arrive, and we’ll ensure a professional bus driver is waiting for you every step of the way!
Tens of thousands of nerds and geeks come to Atlanta every year for this weekend-long celebration of pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy, comics, and video games. Whether you’re watching the parade with your college fandom club or gearing up for a meet-and-greet with your cosplay group, you’ll be so busy taking it all in, you and your friends won’t want to worry about driving and parking. Let the GOGO Charters set up a private shuttle rental to and from the Dragon Con venues, so everyone has a reliable ride to every event and plenty of storage for your merch when you’re ready to head home.
Located in the heart of downtown, this public aquarium is the largest in the United States, and one of the most comprehensive in the world. Come say hello to the residents of the half-dozen major galleries—from beluga whales and African penguins to whale sharks and hammerheads—and learn more about the world’s ocean conservation efforts along the way.
All the education opportunities at this accredited aquarium make it a great stop for field trips, afterschool groups, and all kinds of groups of little learners. Depending on your group’s size and what kinds of one-on-one presentations you want to see, you can receive discounted group admissions, itinerary assistance, and complimentary tickets when you call the aquarium at least two weeks ahead of your visit.
Ready to hit the road? Even if you need some time to think it over, the GOGO Charters team is here for you. Our 24/7 team will be happy to answer your transportation questions, help you find the ideal motorcoach, and offer a free and personalized quote for your group travel needs.
Call (404) 425-9570 today to jumpstart your Atlanta bus transportation!
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