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If you need group transportation in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, or throughout central California, count on San Francisco Charter Bus Company to find you the perfect charter bus rental! Our 24-hour team will help you find a bus that’s tailored to your preferences so you can travel with ease throughout the San Francisco bay area and beyond. Call us today at 415-404-6456 for a free quote and more information about charter bus rentals in San Francisco!

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San Francisco Charter Bus Company helps groups large and small travel through San Francisco with ease, whether you’re a company hosting a special holiday event, a bachelor/ette party trying to cut down on rideshare costs, a teacher planning a multi-day class trip, or any organization in need of group transportation. We’ll find you the best San Francisco charter bus rental at the right price so you can focus on enjoying your trip, no matter where your itinerary takes you.

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Charter Buses

Full-size charter buses can carry up to 56 passengers and come with spacious storage bays, overhead compartments, air conditioning, TVs with DVD players, onboard restrooms, and more. Store all of your luggage, sporting equipment, presentation setups, souvenirs, and more right on your bus while your professional driver makes sure you arrive at every stop on your itinerary without missing a beat.

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Minibuses

Quick day trips or shuttle services are the minibus’s specialty. Your driver will be able to easily maneuver your group around tight San Francisco streets while you sit back and enjoy the ride. Send a minibus to pick up a group from SFO, or shuttle attendees around the city at your corporate conference with ease.

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Sports

Sports Team Charter Bus & Minibus Rental

Stretch out with extra legroom, stash all luggage and equipment in spacious storage bays, and let a professional take the wheel while your players rest up before bringing home a “W.”

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Wedding

Wedding Charter Bus & Shuttle Bus Rental

Shuttle guests back and forth between your venue and hotel, bring your family into town from Fremont or San Jose, and guarantee a safe ride for your wedding party and guests at your San Francisco wedding!

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Corporate Shuttle Service

Getting employees around San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and beyond is easy with a private shuttle! Book a private minibus just for your company to facilitate transportation between BART stops, homes, neighborhoods, and offices.

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School Event Bus & Minibus Rental

Book a comfortable, modern, and safe charter bus for quick field trips to the San Francisco Botanical Garden or all-day college tours of San Francisco State University. With a professional at the wheel, students will always travel in safe hands.

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Private Charter Bus & Minibus Rental

From family reunions to religious events, San Francisco Charter Bus Company can help move any group around the city. Ditch the “who wants to volunteer to drive?” game and let a professional take the wheel so you can focus on enjoying your trip!

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Tour Group Bus & Minibus Rental

We work with professional tour companies to make sure their charter buses are clean, modern, up-to-date, and always operated by professional drivers. Learn more about what we can do to help impress on your San Francisco tours!

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Things to see & do in San Francisco

Not sure where to start with your San Francisco trip? Here are some of the city’s most popular destinations, which we definitely recommend for first-time groups or anyone who wants to experience San Francisco’s icons. From science museums to tucked-away neighborhoods to gorgeous parks, San Francisco has something for everybody:

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Golden Gate Bridge

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As it’s probably the first thing that comes to mind when you think “San Francisco,” it’s safe to say that the Golden Gate Bridge is San Francisco’s most iconic landmark. This 4,000-foot bridge connects San Francisco to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in Marin County just across the water. Your charter bus can take you on a ride across the bridge if you’d like, but if you want a great photo op with the bridge in the background, we recommend heading to the Presidio, Golden Gate Park, or the Golden Gate Observation Deck. You can also have your charter bus drop you off at the visitor’s center if you’d like to walk the pedestrian portion of the bridge.

Address: Golden Gate Bridge, Coastal Trail, San Francisco, CA 94129
Phone: (415) 426-5220
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Golden Gate Park

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After you’ve laid eyes on San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge, spend the day exploring this 1,000-acre park just a short drive away! If you’re visiting on a day that isn’t too hot, your group can enjoy a stroll through miles of green walking trails, visit the Japanese Tea Garden or the San Francisco Botanical Garden, have a picnic in any of the designated picnic areas, or let the kids get their energy out on playgrounds. On days when the California sun is beating down, you can stay in the air conditioning at the de Young Museum or the California Academy of Sciences natural history museum.

Address: 501 Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Phone: (415) 831-2700
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Alcatraz Island

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This former maximum-security prison was once the home of infamous criminals like Al Capone, Machine Gun Kelly, and Robert Stroud. Today, Alcatraz acts as a landmark and tourist attraction at which visitors can explore the prison’s history both by day and by night. If you choose to add Alcatraz to your itinerary, your charter bus driver will drop off your group at Pier 33 where the ferries depart for the island and pick you up once your ferry has returned.

Address: Pier 33, San Francisco, CA 94133
Phone: (415) 561-4900
 
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California Academy of Sciences

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The California Academy of Sciences, located in previously-mentioned Golden Gate Park, is a perfect spot for school field trips or science buffs of all ages. The museum covers all things science and natural history and even includes a living indoor rainforest. Most notably, the museum is home to one of the largest planetarium domes in the world, and with over 46 million specimens in-house, it is also one of the largest natural history museums in the world.

Address: 55 Music Concourse Dr, San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone: (415) 379-8000
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Pier 39/Fisherman’s Wharf

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While it’s commonly dismissed as just another tourist trap, Pier 39 and the Fisherman’s Wharf area are perfect if you’re looking for lively entertainment and beautiful waterfront views. Highlights include Pier 39’s famous sunbathing sea lions, lots of delicious seafood that’s guaranteed to be fresh, boutique souvenir shops, and regular performances along the boardwalk. Fisherman’s Wharf also offers extensive parking lot areas, which makes it a great place to park your charter bus in between drop-offs around San Francisco.

Address: Beach Street & The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94133
Phone: (415) 705-5500
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Muir Woods National Monument

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North of San Francisco lies Muir Woods, home to some of California’s famous centuries-old redwood trees. There are 6 miles’ worth of hiking trails of varying levels of difficulty, all of which provide lots of opportunities to admire the famous towering trees. If you’re ready to escape the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, this is a great place to unwind and find some quiet.

Address: 1 Muir Woods Rd, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Phone: (415) 561-2850
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The Presidio

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The Presidio isn’t just a great stop for views of the Golden Gate Bridge, though we do recommend getting a few pictures at Baker Beach or the Golden Gate Overlook! In this park, visitors can explore history at the Korean War Memorial or the Fort Point National Historic Site, sprawl out on the Main Parade Lawn to soak up some sun, or play a round of golf at the public Presidio Golf Course.

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Address: 210 Lincoln Boulevard on the Presidio's Main Post, San Francisco, CA 94129
Phone: (415) 561-4323
 
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Lombard Street

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Unlike other stores, museums, or landmarks, Lombard Street is just that—a street. But its zig-zaggy turns have earned it the nickname “The Crookedest Street in the World” and secured its spot as a tourist attraction in its own right. It’s great for a photo op or for a light workout if you're in the mood to walk up or down its twists and turns. Lombard Street may a bit too tight for your charter bus to maneuver, but your driver will happily drop off your group nearby and pick you up when you’re ready to move on to the next stop.

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Oracle Park

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This ballpark is home to the renowned San Francisco Giants and holds the distinction of being one of only 3 ballparks in the United States to be located on water. Check out a Giants game if you’re in town during baseball season, or take your group on a guided tour of the ballpark where you can learn about the history of the team and of the park. Whether you’re a die-hard baseball fan or a casual viewer, the panoramic views of the Bay from the seats can’t be beat.

Address: 24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: (415) 972-2400
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Chinatown

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Established in 1848 and sprawling over 24 blocks, San Francisco’s Chinatown is one of the oldest and largest Chinatown neighborhoods in the United States. Visitors can enter through the authentic Dragon’s Gate and explore winding alleys filled with authentic eateries, herbalist shops, bakeries, cocktail lounges, karaoke bars, and more. If you want to dive deeper into the culture of the area, you can check out a guided tour of the neighborhood or pay a visit to the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum.

Address: Bush St, Grant Ave, San Francisco, CA 94108

South Market (SoMa)

SoMa is a collection of a few smaller neighborhoods, including South Beach and Mission Bay. Here, you can cheer for the Giants at Oracle Park, explore the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s world-class collection, dip your toes into the world of San Francisco’s craft breweries, and even ice skate year-round (even when the San Francisco heat is beating down!) at the Yerba Buena Ice Skating & Bowling Center. San Francisco’s largest convention center is also located in South Market if you’re planning a corporate event or other large gathering.

North Beach

North Beach is the perfect stop for literature lovers. It was once the home of literary greats like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, whose legacies live on in the City Lights Bookstore and Beat Museum. North Beach is also San Francisco’s “Little Italy,” and is a great place to explore if you’re craving some authentic Italian food. The neighborhood’s charm earned it a spot as one of ten “Great Neighborhoods in America” by the American Planning Association.

Haight-Ashbury

North Beach is the perfect stop for literature lovers. It was once the home of literary greats like Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, whose legacies live on in the City Lights Bookstore and Beat Museum. North Beach is also San Francisco’s “Little Italy,” and is a great place to explore if you’re craving some authentic Italian food. The neighborhood’s charm earned it a spot as one of ten “Great Neighborhoods in America” by the American Planning Association.

Financial District

The Financial District is the center of San Francisco business, and as such, it’s filled with all sorts of upscale dining establishments and classy bars that come to life during happy hour. Head to Tadich Grill, the state’s oldest restaurant (and the country’s third-oldest) for a delicious dinner or take in some views at a rooftop bar. Shopping opportunities abound at any of the neighborhood’s numerous malls, and if you’re looking to ring in a new year in San Francisco, you can take part in the city’s central New Year’s Eve celebration spot at Justin Herman Plaza.

The Castro

As one of the United States’ first gay neighborhoods, The Castro acts as a world-renowned symbol of LGBTQ+ activism and events and was once considered a “gay mecca” in the late 1960s as the Summer of Love progressed in the neighboring Haight-Ashbury district. This neighborhood is packed with LGBTQ+ history at landmarks such as Pink Triangle Park and the Human Rights Campaign Action Center. You can also find the Castro Theatre (a movie palace and designated Historic Landmark), a plethora of coffee shops and restaurants, vibrant street art, and plenty of annual festivals.

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Overall Rating: 10 out of 10 from 7 unique reviews
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“The staff at San Francisco Charter Bus Company, especially Alex, was incredibly helpful during the booking process. We were able to book a last minute trip for our summer family reunion after our original bus company bailed on us.”

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“We were so impressed by how smoothly our 4th graders’ field trip went last month. I was nervous about planning my bus trip with a bunch of elementary school students, but they stayed occupied with a movie on the bus’ screens the whole way to Mission Dolores”

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“I’ve planned nearly a dozen weddings in San Francisco, and I only trust San Francisco Charter Bus Company now. Their staff is professional and willing to walk you through all of your trip’s details so you know exactly what you’re getting the day of the wedding.”

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