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Looking for reliable transportation into Queens? GOGO Charters is your #1 choice for easy, reliable transportation through Queens and all of New York City's 5 famous boroughs. Whether you're traveling for a wedding, corporate trip, sporting event, or other private outing, we've got you covered.
Travel with comfortable amenities such as reclining seats, air temperature controls, televisions with DVD players, WiFi, and more. You'll also be paired with a professional, knowledgeable driver who will transport you to each stop on your itinerary with ease. Plan which attractions you'd like to see, and enjoy personalized transportation throughout your trip. Wherever you go, you'll be in control.
Our reservation specialists are available 24/7 to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for your rental. Call us any time at 1-855-826-6770 to book your bus!
No matter the size of your group, we've got a bus that's perfect for you. Rent a cozy minibus for small groups, shuttle services, or day trips; or, rent a full-sized motor coach for large groups traveling long distances. Wherever you're headed, we'll get you there in comfort and style.
Headed on a tour of the boroughs? Don't rely on public transportation to get you around the city. Trains and buses can operate on unpredictable schedules, and rideshare apps and taxis can separate your group. Eliminate the frustration of public transit with a private bus from GOGO Charters.
Traveling long distance? Request on-board restrooms on your full-sized charter bus to make your trip run even more smoothly. You can enjoy your time on your bus, socialize with your group, watch a movie, or do some casual sightseeing on the road while your driver handles navigation.
There's something for everybody in the City that Never Sleeps, from sporting events to art museums to some of the world's most famous restaurants.
Seeing the NY Mets at Citi Field? Rent a minibus for easy transportation to the game. Eat, drink, and get the party started on your bus without having to worry about driving back home.
Visit the MoMA PS1, one of the nation's largest art institutes. Dedicated to contemporary art pieces, this is a great destination for lovers of modern art. Or, visit the New York Hall of Science, where a few structures still stand that were built for the 1964 World's Fair.
Finally, visit some of the best restaurants in Queens, such as M. Wells Steakhouse, Trattoria L'Incontro, or MP Taverna.
Employee day trips, convention trips, and more corporate events are easier with a private coach. Schedule a minibus as a private shuttle just for you that goes everywhere you go. Or, treat your employees to a day trip to nearby boroughs such as Manhattan, Brooklyn or the Bronx, or out to Washington DC. Instead of splitting your group among separate cars, keep everyone together on your bus, where you can hold impromptu meetings, catch up on some last-minute work, or just relax and enjoy the ride.
Thinking of renting a charter bus in Queens, but not sure where to begin? Check out our guide to charter bus rentals or call our reservation specialists at 1-855-826-6770. We're available 24/7 and always happy to answer questions, pick the perfect bus option for your group, and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote! Call us today to get started.
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