Whether you need a shuttle service for a company outing to Six Flags Fiesta Texas, a game-day bus rental to Frost Bank Center, or transportation for a school field trip to The Alamo, you can count on San Antonio Charter Bus Company. We offer a variety of bus types, outfitted with premium amenities, that will meet the needs of any kind of group trip or event in San Antonio. Our reservation specialists are on-call 24/7 to reserve you the perfect charter bus or minibus in San Antonio and the surrounding South Texas region. Contact San Antonio Charter Bus Company at 210-686-1207 to learn more about charter bus options!
Load your group onto a charter bus to experience all that San Antonio has to offer without worrying about driving or caravaning multiple cars! We’ll stick to your unique itinerary and safely drop you off at restaurants, museums, hotels, homes, and more. While you ride, you can relax in reclining seats, stay connected with onboard WiFi, eliminate unnecessary pit stops with an onboard restroom, and leave all of the driving to a professional!
With San Antonio Charter Bus Company, you don’t have to book lots of extra bus space that you don’t need. Rent a compact minibus to safely transport smaller groups on day trips, educational field trips, luncheons, and more. You’ll still enjoy amenities like air conditioning, WiFi, plush seating, overhead storage, and more.
Have a smaller group that you don't want to split up? A San Antonio sprinter van can easily accommodate up to 12 passengers and comes with climate controls, space for a carry-on item, plush leather seats, and tinted windows for privacy. Sprinter van rentals are great for quick trips across town, airport pickups, and corporate transportation.
Transport athletes and fans to away games and tournaments aboard a private charter bus rental. With personal climate control and ample storage space, you’re guaranteed a comfortable, easy ride with all of your equipment and belongings stored safely undercarriage.Learn More
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Whether you need charter buses for a big corporate conference or a sleek minibus for a company outing, San Antonio Charter Bus Company can pair you with the perfect shuttle bus rental for any professional event.Learn More
Transport students and faculty in air-conditioned comfort for your next school field trip with a premium charter bus rental. You can rely on a professional, certified driver to transport you safely and reliably, wherever you need to go in South Texas.Learn More
Did you know San Antonio is the most visited city in Texas? For good reason, too. The city of San Antonio is loved and known for its impactful historic sites, stunning green spaces, incredible event venues, and a lively downtown with dozens of things to see and do. Need some help narrowing down your options? Consider any one of these popular destinations for your next trip.
The Alamo Mission is one of the most important sites in Texas history and is the most visited attraction in the state. Bring your group here for a tour through this historic mission and fort to see preserved buildings, priceless artifacts, quiet gardens, and a dramatic reenactment of what life was like in the 1830s. Charter a bus from a surrounding Texas city like Austin and head to The Alamo for your next group trip.
Address: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-1391
This major tourist destination is a 15-mile network of waterways weaving through the city and connecting some of San Antonio’s best attractions, restaurants, shopping centers, and more. Plan a private, custom group excursion that hits the highlights like the San Antonio Museum of Art and The Pearl Historic District.
Address: 849 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 270-8748
History buffs in San Antonio won’t be able to get enough of the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, a series of four historic missions: Mission Concepción, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada. Each one has its own unique sites and stories, so plan to visit them all for a well-rounded field trip, private tour, or youth group outing.
Address: 6701 San Jose Dr, San Antonio, TX 78214
Phone: (210) 932-1001
If you want to plan a fun-filled birthday party, corporate retreat, or school field trip, look no further than Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Go here to experience roller coasters and thrill rides like BATMAN™: The Ride, the world’s first 4D free-fly coaster, and the Bahama Blaster, the world’s steepest water slide which towers above a Texas-shaped wave pool. Image Credit.
Address: 17000 I-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257
Phone: (210) 697-5050
Founded in 1731, the San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral is the oldest active religious community in Texas, and a beautiful example of Colonial and Gothic Revival architecture. Add a nighttime visit to your San Antonio trip on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday to see a magnificent, 24-minute laser-light show known as The Saga projected onto the facade of the church.
Address:115 W Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 227-1297
This subterranean cave system is the largest commercially-accessible cavern in the state, and a perfect destination for a youth group outing, sports team-building event, or company retreat. Your group can enjoy spelunking, ziplining, and an obstacle ropes course, as well as tour the miles of natural rock formations.
Address: 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, San Antonio, TX 78266
Phone: (210) 651-6101
The McNay Art Museum stands out in San Antonio as the first modern art museum in Texas and includes more than 22,000 works of art. Collection highlights include objects and paintings from the 20th century, like works by Georgia O’Keeffe and Pablo Picasso. Bring students here for an educational tour, or reserve one of their beautiful event spaces for a wedding or formal event.
Address: 6000 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: (210) 824-5368
If you’re planning a group trip to San Antonio, make Brackenridge Park a stop on your list. This public park has over 300 acres of land that holds attractions like hiking trails, a golf course, and a historic Japanese Tea Garden. Here you’ll also find some of San Antonio’s brightest highlights, like the Witte Museum and San Antonio Zoo. Image Credit.
Address: 3700 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 207-7275
Rent a charter bus and plan a trip to the San Antonio Botanical Garden where you and your group can explore more than 30-acres of native and exotic plants. Enjoy hiking trails, lush green lawns, and the enormous, internationally lauded Lucile Halsell Conservatory, a 90,000-square-foot complex housing tropical flora, a rainforest canopy, desert cacti, rare orchids, and more.
Address: 555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: (210) 536-1400
Visit more than 8,500 animals across 750 species at the San Antonio Zoo, the perfect destination in the city for an educational field trip or nonprofit fundraising event. You will see rhinos, hippos, giraffes, and kangaroos, as well as the largest collection of birds in the country within its aviary.
Address: 3903 N St Mary's St, San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 734-7184
If you’re planning to visit San Antonio, consider organizing a few stops to explore some of the attractions and destinations in the city’s most popular neighborhoods.
Primarily a residential area, this neighborhood is great for groups seeking family- and kid-friendly attractions. Alamo Heights is where you’ll go to visit Brackenridge Park, the San Antonio Zoo, and the San Antonio Botanical Garden. It’s also where you’ll find the McNay Art Museum, the Witte Museum, and the DoSeum
Downtown San Antonio is where to go if you’re looking for the city’s top attractions, like The Alamo and River Walk. You and your group will also find yourself in this part of town if you’re headed to a conference or convention at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. After your big event, plan to have a group dinner at a restaurant along the River Walk or enjoy a river barge boat ride along the Paseo del Rio.
Head off the beaten path to Southtown/King William District, one of San Antonio’s hidden gems for visitors who’ve already explored the city’s main attractions and who love art and culture. Southtown is home to the First Friday and Second Saturday events, the city’s longest-running artwalks, and King Williams is host to multiple beautiful parks filled with public art.
Near Downtown San Antonio is Tobin Hill, an up-and-coming neighborhood in the city home to the Pearl Brewery shopping and dining complex. Plan an entire day trip to come here and enjoy handcrafted cocktails at Blue Box Bar, live music at Jazz, TX, colorful art and gifts at Felix Modern Pop, art on display at Lawrence Markey gallery, and so much more.
You’ll head to the Northwest Side of San Antonio if you’re bringing your group on a trip to a popular destination like Six Flags Fiesta Texas or the San Antonio Aquarium. You can also plan to visit this neighborhood during a student campus tour visit to the University of Texas San Antonio.