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If you're looking for a great place to take a group, look no further than Houston. The Bayou City is a bustling, growing community that's rapidly becoming one of the top destinations in the country. According to a recent study, more than 275 people move to Houston from other states every single day. City officials estimate that nearly 20 million visitors came to the city in 2015, spending more than $17 billion. The city has a theatre district second only to Broadway. With more than 145 languages spoken here, it's a true melting pot of culture and cuisine. You can tour the Johnson Space Center or see the 30 acre compilation of visual art at the Menil Collection. There's world class sports and shopping for every budget.
But Houston is a huge city. It's listed fourth in population in the entire United States (and expected to pass Chicago soon). There's no end to the fun you can have here, but you don't want try to navigate its busy streets on your own. There's an easier way to enjoy H-Town—in the comfort, luxury and convenience of a charter bus rental from US Coachways. We'll take care of all the details, so that you can enjoy this great Southern Texas city.
If you're taking a group of people to Houston, there's no better way to get there and back than on a charter bus. Here are just a few of the good reasons to book a charter coach:
At US Coachways, we have worked effectively with groups and group leaders to book charter bus travel for more than 30 years. For a free estimate of the cost of a charter bus trip to Houston, or to learn more about our full range of services, visit our online Cost Calculator or call us at 1-855-287-2427.
Founded in 1836 by the Allen Brothers, and named after famed General Sam Houston, H-Town has a long and storied history that its residents respect and visitors can share. Many of the structure in the heart of the city have stood for more than 100 years. You can visit Washington on the Brazos, just northwest of the city, so see the historic spot where delegates met to declare independence from Mexico. Board the Battleship Texas, the most powerful weapon in the world when launched in 1914. At the Lone Star Flight Museum, you can catch a ride in a B-17 Flying Fortress, a B-25 Mitchell, a Stearman or a T-6 Texan.
Of course, no trip to Houston would be complete with a stop at Space Center Houston, with more than 400 artifacts from America's flights into space, including the largest collection of moon rocks on the planet. You can also visit a life-sized replica of the space shuttle at Independence Plaza.
With more than 125 performing arts companies, Houston offers a live theatre experience second only to New York City. It's long been a breeding ground for world class musicians, from Beyonce to ZZ Top to Lyle Lovett. The city offers hundreds of live music venues, from honky-tonks to stadium shows at the NRG Arena. The city has a world-class symphony, a renowned opera and a top-notch ballet.
Patrons of museums and the visuals arts will have plenty to see as well—Houston boast nearly 80 museums. There's the Contemporary Arts Museum or the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. Houston also has its own Holocaust Museum. For something unusual, check out the Beer Can House or the National Museum of Funeral History.
They love their teams in Houston, from the 2017 world champion Astros to the NFL's Texans to basketball's Rockets. The 'stros play at Minute Maid Park, the Texans are at NRG Stadium and the Rockets call the Toyota Center home.
Houston is America's quintessential melting pot and that shows up in the dizzying array of food options here. But it's not just the many different choices—it's about creativity and fusion. In 2016, GQ called the Bayou City "the next global food mecca." You'll find just about any type of cuisine imaginable throughout the city's 700 square miles of sprawling neighborhoods and communities. There's Thai, Tex-Mex, Korean, Guatemalan, Ukrainian, Pakistani, Uzbek and Peruvian and dozens of other ethnic offerings among the city's 11,000 restaurants.
You won't find a better way to take a group to and from Houston than a charter bus rental. It's critical, though, that you book the right-sized coach for your entourage. You don't want a lot of empty seats, but you also want plenty of room for folks to be comfortable.
At US Coachways, we'll carefully consider all the factors associated with your trip, so that we can help you secure the idea-sized bus. We'll look at how long you'll be on the road, what you need to take with and what you'll bring back, as well as any other special needs. Because we have access to one of the largest networks of charter bus service providers in the world, we have access to the resources necessary to accommodate your needs.
It's not just the size that matters, though. Charter buses come with a variety of amenities, so it's essential that you check with your booking agent to confirm what's available. Most modern coaches have Wifi and charging ports, as well as DVD players and PA Systems. Bathrooms and other conveniences are typically available on a limited basis.
At US Coachways, we have been industry leaders in the charter bus rental business for over three decades, booking over 20,000 trips a year. For a free quote on a charter bus trip to Houston, or to learn more about the many ways we can be of service, go to our online Cost Calculator or call 1-855-287-2427 to speak to an experienced agent.