A day in Seattle, Washington, might begin with a trip to the famous Pike Place Market, where you can buy local, artisan-sourced foods, and wrap up with time enjoying the great outdoors or exploring the West Point Lighthouse. Of course, no visit to Seattle would be complete without sampling some of the famous coffee, too!
If you plan to do all that and more with a group, you may want to rent a bus in Seattle. Having a bus to take you and your group around makes your day much more manageable. You'll see the sights without worrying about consulting a GPS map for directions. You can also indulge in Seattle's famed nightlife without having to name a designated driver — your bus will take you home after a night on the town. BusRates offers the best way to find reliable charter buses in Seattle.
When you search BusRates for charter buses in Philadelphia, you'll find a wide range of options to accommodate your group. Our directory includes listings for everything from large-capacity motorcoaches to smaller minibuses and vans.
The right type of bus for your trip will depend on a number of factors, including group size, travel distances and your desired style. You can read more about each type of bus in our listings to determine the best fit for your needs.
Our bus options range from the lap of luxury to simpler transportation. Many buses have Wi-Fi and restrooms, which are critical if you plan to travel farther distances. Some buses have DVDs and screens, perfect for trips where you plan to entertain on the road. You can also reserve buses with air conditioning, PA systems, electrical outlets in the seats and more.
Seattle brims with fun activities for everyone. The Space Needle tops many people's lists of favorite destinations. At the top, you can see throughout the city and even eat at a restaurant with spectacular views. Seattle Seahawks football games draw thousands of fans during the fall, and tailgating at the games with charter buses is tons of fun.
If you enjoy art, be sure to visit Olympic Sculpture Park, a free exhibit where you can see work by some of the world's most famous sculptors. Finish out the day with a stop at the Museum of Pop Culture, which offers interactive exhibits about rock 'n roll, Marvel movies and more.
Seattle has steadily grown over the past decade to more than 737,000 residents. Three-quarters of its residents are white, and more than 15% are Asian or Asian American. Almost a fifth of Seattle's residents have parents born in a foreign city..
When you charter a bus rental in Seattle, use BusRates to find the best deal. You'll skip the bus brokers to enjoy discounted rates without any hidden fees. Instead, we put you directly in contact with local bus operators. Fill out a quote request form to learn more.