Lexington, Kentucky, is a popular destination, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Whether you're there for the bluegrass music or the horse-racing tracks, the best way to make the most of your trip is to rent a bus to transport your group.
With BusRates, you can browse available buses in the area and find a reliable local operator to work with. Rent the perfect bus, and make transportation a breeze.
BusRates connects you with local operators in Lexington who have wide selections of vehicles you can choose from for your trip. You'll find listings for many types of buses, including full-sized motorcoaches, smaller minibuses and compact sprinter vans.
Check out our online resources to learn more about the types of buses available in our directory and which will work best for your group.
Each listing on BusRates includes information about the bus operators and the specific vehicles they have for rent, including their capacities and lists of amenities. While each vehicle will vary, common amenities include air conditioning, entertainment systems and onboard restrooms.
Which amenities you need for your trip will depend on your itinerary and what you think it will take to keep your group comfortable.
Known as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington, Kentucky, is home to vast horse country and two major horse-racing tracks — the Red Mile and Keeneland. Both tracks host races throughout the year, drawing huge crowds and helping to set the stage for the world-famous Kentucky Derby.
Visitors looking for a more mellow outing can follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, stopping at the 15 unique bourbon distilleries around town.
Lexington is also known as the heart of Kentucky's bluegrass music scene, hosting the Festival of Bluegrass each June.
Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky. The city is shaped like a wagon wheel, with a central downtown region and several main roads that travel outward into more rural areas.
With BusRates, it's easy to find local bus operators and charter buses in Lexington, Kentucky, and the surrounding metro area, including 38 zip codes and 40 neighborhoods.