GOGO Charters is the premier minibus, motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Knoxville, Tennessee. Book your charter bus now by calling (865) 223-6416.
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Knoxville is developing fast and is starting to show up on the radar of many tourists. With busy streets and many attractions to visit, the best way to visit Knoxville with a group is by charter bus.
GOGO Charters is an experienced charter bus service that strives to provide the best customer service in the industry. We can match you with premier transportation for your group, from 18-passenger minibuses all the way full-sized charter buses for 56 passengers. Explore the city in comfort with amenities like reclining seats, on-board restrooms, air conditioning, WiFi, and more.
Whether you're traveling with friends, family, colleagues, or students, we'll find you the perfect bus. Instead of chartering an outdated school bus for a field trip or tournament, book a modern motor coach. Athletes can store their equipment and luggage in the compartments below the bus, and fans can keep personal belongings in overhead compartments inside.
Planning a wedding or bachelorette party? Skip the limo, which has limited space inside. Ride with your entire wedding party in a luxury minibus. You can play music, enjoy snacks and drinks, and watch a slideshow of the lucky couple during your trip. Like limos, minibuses come with a dedicated, professional driver who will keep your group safe and on time.
Businesses rely on our services to transport employees and clients for corporate events. We work with Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and everyone in between to coordinate their upcoming events. Need reliable transportation to the McGhee Tyson Airport for your clients? Impress them with a private ride from the airport to your office, their hotel, local tourist attractions, restaurants, and more.
Knoxville bus rentals have never been easier! Call today at 1-855-826-6770 for a free, no-obligation quote.
Neighborhoods and Streets: Sometimes, the most interesting attractions in a city are its neighborhoods and streets. Take a private tour of Fort Sanders neighborhood if you want to admire Victorian-era houses and the Old City where the architecture is interesting and the nightlife is vibrant.
Museums: There are many interesting museums in Knoxville, with the Museum of East Tennessee History and the Frank H. McClung Museum being the most popular ones. While the first is dedicated to local and regional history, which includes stories about Native Americans and Davy Crockett, plus the Revolutionary and Civil War, the second one, situated on the campus of University of Tennessee, is a museum of natural history and culture.
Outdoor Fun: The Market Square is a beautiful and historic downtown square where you can relax, do some people-watching, dine, or go shopping. It is also a setting for festivals and events. The World's Fair Park is a popular destination, especially in the summer, due to its large fountains, while the University of Tennessee Gardens is an ideal choice if you want to admire over 3,000 species of plants.
Day Trips and Excursions: Groups who come to Knoxville usually choose to rent a charter bus for their sightseeing trips to Chattanooga, as well as Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Clarksville, and Charlotte.
Rideshare apps and public transportation make it difficult to keep your group together. Allow everyone to travel in the same vehicle with a safe, reliable motorcoach and professional bus driver.
Make your next trip into or around Knoxville stress-free with GOGO Charters. We have experience streamlining transportation for weddings, sports events, corporate events, church groups, school trips, and more. Contact us now at 1-855-826-6770 to speak to a dedicated reservation specialist.
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