GOGO Charters is the premier minibus, motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Corpus Christi, Texas. Book your charter bus now by calling (361) 356-1943.
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The largest coastal city in Texas is usually a day trip destination from San Antonio, Houston, Austin or Dallas. However, not many tourists know that the city deserves a few days in order to unveil all of its attractions and interesting things to do.
Since the city is served by only a small trolley service and citywide bus service with no subway to help you get around, groups who need to spend a few days here prefer to rent a Corpus Christi charter bus.
GOGO Charters is the number one company for streamlining transportation for groups. From minibuses that carry 18 passengers to full-sized 56-passenger coaches, we have the resources for groups of all sizes. Choose from a variety of amenities, like reclining seats, air conditioning, on-board bathrooms, WiFi, and more
Make your trip into and around Corpus Christi simple and stress-free. Call us any time at (361) 356-1943 to get a free quote.
Travelers usually don't expect to discover impressive things to see and do in Corpus Christi, but once they get here, they are surprised by the variety of attractions awaiting them in the city.
Museums: There are quite a few impressive museums in Corpus Christi, so if you want to discover more about the city or state, you should consider planning a visit to the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History, the Texas State Museum of Asian Cultures and Education Center, and USS Lexington. If you're passionate about art, try a visit to the Art Museum of South Texas, the Art Center of Corpus Christi and the K Space Contemporary Gallery.
Parks and Miradors: . You can find miradors along the bayfront of the city, which is also known as the downtown area, located along Shoreline Drive. The bayfront is the heart of the city, the place where families spend their evenings, couples stroll and people jog. You should also visit the Mirador de la Flor, where you can find a memorial dedicated to Selena Perez. The city has many small parks with the most remarkable being the Artesian Park.
Beaches: Most visitors who rent a Corpus Christi charter bus usually include trips to the beaches of the city in their itinerary, which are the most famous attractions here. Corpus Christi Beach is located across the Harbor Bridge from downtown, but you shouldn't worry about directions, because your charter bus driver will know where to take you. It's not a crowded beach and it offers easy access to attractions such as the Texas State Aquarium and USS Lexington. Mustang Island and Padre Island are situated less than 30 minutes from town, which means a charter bus in Corpus Christi is usually a great choice for a group trip.
Your trip into and around Corpus Christi doesn’t have to be stressful. With experience arranging group transportation for weddings, sports events, company events, church groups, school groups, and more, we’re equipped to help you. Contact us today at (361) 356-1943 to plan your trip through Texas today!
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