As one of Ohio’s most culturally vibrant cities, Cleveland boasts professional sports, engaging field trip destinations like the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and great universities. If you’d like to visit with a group, let GOGO Charters provide your transportation. We offer charter buses with reclining seats, large windows, and plenty of storage space. Just give us a call at 216-916-6616 to book a bus and the services of a professional driver today.
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Whether you’re headed to Progressive Field for a baseball game or preparing for your wedding, you don’t want to worry about transportation during your trip to Cleveland. That’s where GOGO Charters comes in. We provide comfortable minibuses and charter buses with plush seats, climate control, and experienced drivers to take you anywhere you want to go in Ohio.
When you rent a bus from GOGO Charters, you can request the amenities that you need. All full-size, 56-person charter buses come with onboard restrooms and undercarriage luggage bays. You can also ask for WiFi, power outlets, and flat-screen TVs with DVD players. Minibuses come with many of the same amenities, though they won’t have onboard restrooms and your luggage will go in overhead storage racks.
You have a few options for how to get around Cleveland. You could rely on the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, which runs public trains, buses, and trolleys. You could take a series of taxis and rideshares. Or you could rent a bus. Here are some pros and cons of each:
Public transportation: Public transportation is affordable and good for the environment. However, it can be easy for people to get separated, and you’ll have to stick to the train or bus schedule rather than your own.
Taxis and rideshares: Unlike public transit, taxis and rideshares let you set your own schedule and get exactly where you want to go. But you’ll need multiple vehicles to fit everyone, so your group will still be separated. Fares can also be expensive.
Charter bus: Charter buses let you set your own schedule, like rideshares, but they keep your entire group together. They’re also more environmentally friendly than multiple cars, and you can get a quote ahead of time so you won’t be caught off guard by the cost.
The Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland and the Cleveland Metropolitan Conference Center host many business conferences and trade shows every year. You can book a shuttle with power outlets, onboard WiFi, and comfortable seats to help your employees get from their hotel to the conference center, restaurants, and the airport. GOGO Charters can also help religious organizations who are headed to the convention centers for conferences or services.
Address: 300 Lakeside Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44113
Charter bus parking: The Huntington Convention Center has a designated parking garage, but if you’re taking a bus you’ll probably need to park in a nearby paid surface lot.
Address: 1375 E 9th St, Floor 2, Cleveland, OH 44114
Charter bus parking: Although a bus won’t be able to use the conference center’s parking garage, your driver can park in the surface lots off Rockwell, East 12th, Hamilton, and East 13th streets.
If you’re bringing a sports team into Cleveland for a game, a charter bus is one of the most comfortable ways to travel. Your athletes can stash their bags, racquets, and balls in the undercarriage storage space and then stretch out in reclining seats inside a climate-controlled cabin. Want to watch a game instead of playing in one? Your charter bus can also drop you off at any of the stadiums in Cleveland so you can see the Cavaliers or Browns in action.
Address: 2401 Ontario St, Cleveland, OH 44115
Charter bus parking: Progressive Field has many parking lots, but it’s a good idea to purchase your parking permit ahead of time.
Address: 1 Center Court, Cleveland, OH 44115
Charter bus parking: Cavaliers games have garage parking, but charter buses will need to pay to park in a nearby surface lot.
Address: 100 Alfred Lerner Way, Cleveland, OH 44114
Charter bus parking: FirstEnergy Stadium has multiple parking lots where you can leave your bus.
Cleveland’s location on the shores of Lake Erie makes it a popular destination for weddings. But wedding planning can be stressful, and you don’t want to spend your special day answering frantic texts about directions or where to park. Make your life a little easier and book a charter bus to carry your wedding guests from their hotel to the ceremony and reception. Whether you’re getting married at a waterfront venue like the Music Box Supper Club or in a historic building like Park Lane, your professional driver will handle the transportation so you can relax and dance the night away.
Address: 1148 Main Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113
Charter bus parking: Street parking is available around the club. You can also contact your wedding coordinator and let them know you’re bringing a charter bus to get parking tips.
Address: 10510 Park Ln, Cleveland, OH 44106
Charter bus parking: The Ballroom at Park Lane has parking, but it’s a good idea to let your wedding coordinator know if you plan to bring a bus.
School groups often come to Cleveland to visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and the renowned Cleveland Museum of Art. At GOGO Charters, we know that when you’re taking students on a trip, especially a long-distance one, safety is your priority. That’s why we only work with highly qualified, certified drivers and well-maintained buses. You can also request WiFi and TVs to keep your students entertained during your trip to learn about music, dinosaurs, or Rodin’s sculptures.
Address: 1100 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114
Charter bus parking: The museum asks that oversize vehicles park at Dock 32 (behind FirstEnergy Stadium).
Address: 1 Wade Oval Dr, Cleveland, OH 44106
Charter bus parking: The museum has a parking garage, but since a charter bus probably won’t fit, you’ll need to take advantage of paid surface lots in the area.
Address: 11150 East Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44106
Charter bus parking: The Cleveland Museum of Art is in the same area as the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, so you’ll need to look for a paid surface lot.
Cleveland provides a home for some of Ohio’s best universities, like Case Western Reserve and Cleveland State. If you’re bringing a high school or community group to tour these schools, GOGO Charters would love to help. We can find a well-maintained charter bus and professional driver to transport your students to their campus tour and pick them up when they’re finished exploring.
Address: 10900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106
Charter bus parking: Unlike many colleges, Case Western has plenty of garages and surface lots that allow visitor parking.
Address: 2121 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115
Charter bus parking: Cleveland State University has multiple visitors’ lots where your charter bus can park for a fee.
GOGO Charters doesn’t just serve Cleveland. Whether you want to visit Ohio destinations like Columbus and Cincinnati or other Midwest cities like Ann Arbor, Chicago, and Indianapolis, we can provide a charter bus for your next group outing. All you have to do is lean back in a reclining seat and stream music with free WiFi while a professional driver takes you to the Willis Tower or the Columbus Zoo.
Cleveland’s rich culture draws in sports, wedding, and school groups, and no matter which category you fall into, GOGO Charters can help with your transportation. All of the buses in our network come with up-to-date safety features, abundant storage space, climate control, and comfortable seats. And if you want additional amenities, like WiFi and TVs, just let our sales representatives know. You can call us anytime at 216-916-6616 to reserve the right charter bus for you.
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