School buses provide a practical, minimalistic option for transporting your group over shorter distances. On these shorter trips, you don't need as many bells and whistles because you're not on the bus for long, so features like entertainment systems and restrooms are unnecessary.
Instead, school buses are often equipped with just the essentials, like air conditioning and wheelchair accessibility features. In some cases, you can also request seat arrangements that allow you to transport any equipment or luggage you need for your trip.
The city of Boston is deeply connected with the formation of our country. Many early historical events that contributed to America's independence from England occurred in the streets of Boston, and you can visit today to witness these historical sites.
Visitors can walk the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail to see 16 historical sites or create their own tour with locations like Faneuil Hall, the USS Constitution and Fenway Park. Other popular attractions in Boston include Franklin Park Zoo, Boston Common, New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science.
Boston is one of the oldest municipalities in the U.S., originally settled in 1630 by colonists from an English town of the same name. The city is often regarded as the cultural hub for much of the New England region. Nicknamed the City of Neighborhoods, Boston has 23 neighborhoods, each with individual histories and notable features.
At BusRates, we'll help you charter school buses in Boston and the Greater Boston area, including 29 local neighborhoods across 42 zip codes.