Headed to beautiful Washington, D.C.? Let GOGO Charters provide reliable transportation to every event you have planned, from weddings among the cherry blossom trees to field trips at the National Air and Space Museum.
We can connect you to a modern bus with free WiFi, reclining seats, and TVs to make any corporate outing, game day shuttle, or private trip that much better. Call us today at 202-741-9808 to book your charter bus in D.C.
Here are just a few of the companies that have trusted us with their group transportation needs.
No matter how many people you’re bringing to the capital, GOGO Charters can help. Book a fleet of full-sized charter buses or one compact, comfortable minibus, and relax knowing that every bus you reserve has been thoroughly inspected and equipped with the latest safety features. We also offer buses with accessible features by request.
We don’t stop at making our buses safe, though. Bring your The West Wing DVDs so you can watch a movie on the large TV, or log onto free WiFi to keep up with emails and Twitter. If you get a full-size charter bus, you’ll have on-board restrooms so you don’t have to stop as often and spacious luggage bays so you don’t have to pile bags under your legs.
Not sure which bus would be best for your group? Give our reservation specialists a call at 202-741-9808, and they’ll help you figure out what you need.
Help your D.C. business event run smoothly with a private shuttle service from GOGO Charters. When you book a minibus, you can arrange transportation around your schedule instead of arranging your schedule around transportation. Move guests between hotels, convention centers, and restaurants without worrying about who will get lost on the Metro or stuck in traffic.
And when we say we’ll help you stay on schedule, we mean it. Being late in front of clients or colleagues can be a major embarrassment. That’s why we instruct all drivers to arrive 15 minutes before your designated pick-up time.
Once you’re on the bus, your passengers can relax with music and reclining seats or get some last-minute work done with WiFi and power outlets. The climate-controlled bus will drop you off in front of the convention center you’re meeting at, so no one will have to worry about finding the correct location. We’ve listed a few of the more popular D.C. gathering spots below.
If there’s one thing you definitely don’t need to worry about on your wedding day, it’s transportation. Will everyone be able to find the venue? What if your in-laws are late and the ceremony can’t begin? When you’re trying to plan a wedding, you have enough on your plate. Let us check one item off your list by putting together all of your wedding transportation!
We’ll find a shuttle bus to be your private transportation service throughout the evening. Guests can board your shuttle when they’re ready to leave the hotel, enjoy a comfortable ride to your ceremony and reception venues, and take advantage of a guaranteed safe ride back to their room when the festivities wrap up. A professional driver will ensure that your day runs smoothly while you focus on celebrating with your beloved.
Whether you want to see the Nationals or cheer on your kids while they play in a youth basketball tournament, GOGO Charters can make the trip to your next D.C. sporting event efficient and comfortable.
Planning a tailgate? You’ll have plenty of room for tents, coolers, televisions, and more underneath your bus. Unload at FedEx Field to enjoy snacks, drinks, and conversation before heading in to cheer on D.C.’s football team!
Your kid’s team can also enjoy easy transportation to upcoming games, team-building activities, and off-site practices. Our 24/7 reservation specialists will help you book your charter bus, and all of the parents can ride with their kids and not worry about driving. Take advantage of abundant storage space for equipment and free WiFi and TVs to keep children entertained. Your players will arrive ready to crush the competition when you book with us.
We’ve listed a few of the important sports stadiums in the D.C. area that we can help you get to:
Whether you’re from D.C. or traveling in from Philadelphia, Chicago, or Atlanta, we can help you get around D.C. during your field trip. Explore the iconic monuments lining the National Mall, the many Smithsonian museums, the U.S. Capitol building, and the White House for an experience your students will never forget.
A charter bus will make your field trip far more comfortable than it would be in a school bus. Your students can take advantage of on-board restrooms, log onto free WiFi to keep up with homework, and lean back in the reclining seats when they need to nap or relax. You can also play movies that connect to civics or history like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and Lincoln.
We know teachers have a lot to do, so we strive to make the reservation process as easy as possible. Call us at 202-741-9808, and our experienced customer service team will help you book the right number of buses and send them to your pick-up location.
Once you’re on board the bus, the panoramic windows will provide excellent sightseeing, and a professional driver will quickly navigate to every stop on your itinerary. Here are some of the most popular educational destinations in D.C.:
D.C.’s many excellent universities make it a wonderful place to hold a college tour. Its complicated and jam-packed roads make it a less wonderful place to hold a college tour. If you’re a guidance counselor planning campus visits for large groups of students, a minibus can relieve your transportation woes. Book a charter bus for a morning tour of Georgetown, an afternoon visit to GWU, and an evening of touring monuments.
Many college tours don’t wait for late arrivals, so it’s important to avoid getting lost or driving in circles while you look for parking. Your private bus driver can make sure you and all of your students arrive on time with a minimum of stress. Here are just a few of the many schools located in DC:
You don’t have to be a student to discover all that D.C. has to offer. If you’re treating your extended family, church choir, or friends from college to a trip around the capital, book a minibus from GOGO Charters. You won’t have to worry about figuring out the Beltline or the Metro–just decide when you want to visit the National Air and Space Museum and the Capitol building, and your bus will get you there.
In addition to the freedom to craft your own itinerary, a charter bus grants you thoughtful features like free WiFi and TVs. Put a movie in the DVD player if you have kids traveling with you, and lean back in a reclining chair while you scroll through Instagram. You’ll be on the National Mall before you know it.
There’s nearly always a festival going on in the D.C. area. You can come into town to experience the breathtaking beauty of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, or you can spend a few days in D.C. and then head out to Baltimore for Baltimore Pride. But festivals also mean heavy crowds and road closures. So how do you experience the excitement of a festival without becoming overwhelmed by traffic?
A private charter bus offers one solution. You won’t get lost while behind the wheel. You won’t have to find parking. And if you do get stuck in traffic, you can pass the time watching movies on the TV and checking Snapchat with free WiFi. Don’t let the need to drive or to figure out D.C. public transit keep you from experiencing one of the city’s beautiful festivals. We can take care of the hard part.
Whether you’re in the capital for a festival, a college tour or a field trip, GOGO Charters can find the perfect charter bus for your group. Call our 24-hour reservation specialists at 202-741-9808 to learn more and to receive a free, no-obligation quote!
D.C. isn’t just the National Mall. Outside of the tourist-packed monuments and museums, you’ll find beautiful architecture, world-class shopping, and eclectic restaurants. Check out these neighborhoods to get the full D.C. experience:
In the mood for food? Dupont Circle is home to some of D.C.’s most popular restaurants and nightclubs. You’ll find Afghan, Turkish, and Japanese cuisine at your disposal as your wander up and down Connecticut Avenue. In the mood for something faster? Cafes such as Kramerbooks & Afterwords offer a nice break from exploring the city.
Address: 1517 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 387-1400
If you thought your food tour was done after Dupont Circle, think again. You can find authentic Belgian, Ethiopian, Middle Eastern, Mexican, and Korean food in Adams Morgan. When you’re not diving into new cuisines, explore the neighborhood’s old brick rowhouses, many of which are now home to bookstores, boutiques, and cafes.
Take a look at D.C.’s impressive green thumb with a visit to Bloomingdale. The Common Good City Farm allows members of the community to come together and work towards developing sustainable urban agricultural practices. In addition, a Sunday farmer’s market offers fresh local produce among the neighborhood’s iconic Victorian-style rowhouses.
Address: 300 V Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 559-7513
Foggy Bottom is one of D.C’s busiest neighborhoods. Students of George Washington University hang out in between classes while lobbyists set up shop for their demonstrations. However, it’s not all business all the time. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts hosts ballet, theater, and musical performances, and local pubs dish up delicious comfort food.
Address: 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20566
Phone: (202) 467-4600
H Street has a reputation for attracting the “hip” crowds, as some would call it. Tattoo parlors, dive bars, and trendy fusion restaurants line the sidewalks while colorful murals add a pop of personality to the surrounding walls. Head to the Atlas Performing Arts Center for a little culture, or plan a trip during the annual H Street Festival for arts, crafts, and multicultural entertainment.
Address: 1333 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 399-7993
Our live reservation agents are available 24/7
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