When you need a break from Las Vegas, head to Reno, aka the "The Biggest Little City in the World." Play casino games, catch a live show, or spend an entire day lying on the beach by Lake Tahoe. Whether you're with a group of coworkers, friends, or conference attendees, GOGO Charters can help you get around on a comfortable, climate-controlled charter bus rental in Nevada. A bus rental also makes it easy to escape the desert with a group. Book a bus to visit Sacramento or go hiking in Plumas National Forest. Just give us a call at 775-234-3472 to book your next trip to or from Reno.
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Whether you're looking for a charter bus in Reno for a local shuttle service, a wedding, corporate travel, or need long distance arrangements, our reservation agents are available 24/7 to accommodate your every need. On top of providing the largest bus service nationwide, GOGO Charters also maintains the highest safety standards. We screen all drivers and operators to ensure they are abiding by our safety standards.
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Most people only know Reno as a casino destination, but the city has been growing and changing rapidly in recent years. It's still a great place for gambling and spa trips, but the city is also becoming one of the top dining destinations in Nevada.
It has always been a great choice for both summer and winter outdoor activities. Close proximity to Lake Tahoe also opens up a whole new world of fun activities with just a very short day trip.
The National Automobile Museum: One of the largest collections of vintage and special interest automobiles in the world, this museum is open every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The cars are part of the private collection of Bill Harrah, the casino mogul who founded the Harrah's hotel and casino chain.
Visitors can enjoy up-close views of over 200 rare vehicles, including one of the world's largest collections of horseless carriages. The museum is regularly near the top of AutoWeek's best automotive museums in the world and has also been the recipient of the National Association of Automobile Museum's Award of Excellence.
Circus: The city has a wide variety of casino options, but Circus Circus stands out as a unique choice that appeals to both adults and kids. It has the standard casino gaming floor as well as drinks and dining, but it also boasts a midway where kids can play age-appropriate games for prizes, as well as free daily circus acts. The hotel is accustomed to accommodating families with children and pets and is centrally located within a short walk of all the other activities in downtown Reno.
The Reno Aces: The Reno Aces are the minor league affiliate of MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks and are the major sports draw of the city. Plenty of promotions during the season make for a fun night out, and the surrounding Freight House District is home to a variety of bars and restaurants as well as regular concerts and events. Ride to the Aces ballpark in a modern minibus to avoid traffic and parking hassles!
Truckee River Walk: Take a stroll down the beautiful riverwalk along the Truckee River. The actual walking and biking trails run for several miles along the Truckee River, cutting right through the middle of the city's downtown area. In recent years the shops and restaurants adjacent to the river have organized into a new Riverwalk District that offers upscale dining and shopping as well as public art displays.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino: The Grand Sierra Resort strives to be a full-service entertainment complex as much as it is a gaming destination. There's a large casino floor with several different bars, but it's one of the more popular choices for family vacations as well. You'll find a huge pool, water activities for the kids, a mini-golf course, a movie theater, and a wide variety of different restaurant types.
Mt. Rose Ski Resort: Located just north of Lake Tahoe, Mt. Rose is the primary area destination for skiers and snowboarders when the powder starts to fall in the winter. Mt. Rose is the most popular locations because it's at the highest point of all the ski resorts in the area, nestled at 8,260 feet above sea level. There are multiple beginner trails as well as more challenging courses for the long-time skiing veterans.
Atlantis: Rated as an AAA Four Diamond Resort, Atlantis makes a strong case for being the city's top casino resort. It's equally popular with those looking for a high-end spa treatment as it is with gamblers and foodies, and it boasts possibly the most luxurious hotel suites in the city.
Animal Ark: Animal Ark is a wildlife sanctuary for various wildlife native to North America, with enclosures that attempt to simulate native habitats to the smallest detail. It's open to the public and is a great choice for families with kids who would like to get away from the casino scene while visiting.
Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum: This interactive museum is another great choice for those coming to the city with kids in tow. Interactive exhibitions are geared toward all the things kids like, such as dinosaurs, skeletons and high-tech devices.
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