As the capital of Wisconsin, Madison is a prominent city with lots to offer. From gorgeous, tranquil landscapes to exciting nightlife, there's something for everyone in the city.
Plan your next adventure to Madison with BusRates, and we'll help you find the perfect charter bus for your group.
Choosing the right type of charter bus rental in Madison can improve your trip and make your travels around the city more comfortable. At BusRates, you'll find listings for a wide variety of bus types, each with its own advantages, including motorcoaches, minibuses and school buses.
Browse our online resources to find out more about each type of bus listed on our website, their capacities and how well they might serve your group when you travel to Madison.
Another aspect of choosing the right charter bus for your next Madison adventure is to ensure your vehicle has all the amenities you and your group want on the road. Entertainment systems and restrooms may help for longer drives, while shorter rides may only require air conditioning.
Check out the listings for vehicles you're interested in to see what amenities they have on board.
While Madison is a major city, it also offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities, including sailing, fishing, swimming, spending time on the beach, tennis, hiking and biking. In the winter, visitors can go ice skating, snowmobiling, skiing and ice fishing. Some outdoor attractions include the Henry Vilas Zoo and Olbrich Botanical Gardens, which features the only Thai Pavillion and Garden in the country.
Those interested in historical architecture can visit nine National Historic Landmarks, including several buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The Wisconsin State Capitol Building is also a popular stop because of its impressive dome constructed from 43 types of stone.
Other exciting attractions include foodie festivals like the Taste of Madison, Yum Yum Fest and Restaurant Week; the Chazen Museum of Art and Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; and the Wisconsin Veterans Museum and National Mustard Museum.
Madison, Wisconsin, is one of only two U.S. cities built on an isthmus, or narrow strip of land with water on both sides. Also known as The City of Four Lakes, Madison is actually home to five — Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Kegonsa, Lake Waubesa and the smaller Lake Wingra.
When you plan your next group adventure with BusRates, we can help you contact local operators to find charter buses in Madison, including transportation to 34 local ZIP codes and more than 120 neighborhoods.
Make transportation easy for your next trip to Madison by renting a charter bus or other vehicle through BusRates. With BusRates, you can connect directly with local operators. Get started today by browsing our online directory and requesting a quote.