National Charter Bus can make your next group trip run smoothly with a San Antonio charter bus rental! Groups planning trips or events can leave all of their San Antonio group transportation needs to the professionals. We’ve organized group transportation services for a variety of occasions throughout Texas. So, if you need a minibus or charter bus rental for any San Antonio event, we’ve got you covered. Call our team anytime at 210-343-2190 to learn more about renting a charter bus in San Antonio.
The National Charter Bus team has helped groups of all sizes travel for every type of occasion in Texas and beyond! We understand that organizing an event or trip in San Antonio can be stressful, especially if you've got a large group. We partner with professional transportation companies to give San Antonio travelers the best selection of minibus and charter bus rentals.
Groups looking for a small travel solution to a San Antonio private event can book a compact 18-passenger minibus rental. Large groups traveling for occasions like school field trips can reserve a spacious 56-passenger charter bus rental. Even if you need an ADA-accessible charter bus for trips around Alamo City, National has access to vehicles with wheelchair lifts and handrailing. Every model of the charter bus can come equipped with additional convenient amenities to make your San Antonio trip run smoothly. Request a bus with WiFi, power outlets, plush seating, and comfortable climate controls. When you call us at 210-343-2190, just let your rental representative know your travel needs and we’ll do our best to accommodate you with a fitting charter bus or shuttle bus rental!
Planning a group trip or event includes determining a budget, so you’ll need to know how much a charter bus rental will cost. Since every trip and event is unique, there isn't a set charter bus rental cost. The price of your charter bus rental will be determined by factors like when you're traveling, how long your trip will be, and the type of bus you book. A National Charter Bus representative will take these factors into account when you contact us. All of our charter bus rental quotes are personalized and transparent so the quote you get is what you’ll pay! Just keep in mind that we don’t have control over certain travel fees like parking, tolls, and much-appreciated tips for your driver.
A San Antonio employee shuttle service is an easy way for Texas companies to efficiently transport colleagues. Your team can enjoy chauffeured transportation to and from work for daily commutes, out-of-town training, or social events like holiday parties and happy hours. Private intercity shuttle bus rental services are also available for companies with multiple offices in San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth, Corpus Christi, and Houston. Rent a shuttle bus for your company and keep employees traveling as stress-free as possible, while also minimizing paperwork to reimburse mileage and gas on personal vehicle trips between cities.
National Charter Bus also offers corporate transportation options for large-scale events like conferences and conventions in San Antonio. A corporate shuttle bus rental service can simplify parking situations for attendees and keep events running smoothly. One of our experienced reps can help event planning teams build shuttle routes and schedules to swiftly transport business travelers to the González Convention Center.
Looking for a way to upgrade field trips for your school or youth organization? Book a charter bus for your San Antonio school field trip. Charter buses offer additional amenities like flatscreen TVs, plush seating, and climate controls to keep kids comfortable and entertained on the way to field trips at The Alamo. In addition to being more comfortable than most school buses, charter buses are also safe and reliable ways to travel. Educators and parents won't have to be concerned about safety as your school or youth group travel to the San Antonio Zoo. We prioritize safety for all of our passengers and only work with transportation partners with the same values. Fleets are inspected before major trips and will be operated by a professional driver who has been thoroughly vetted.
High school football teams, athletic clubs, and other San Antonio sports organizations will have spacious and comfortable transportation with National Charter Bus. We’ve handled sporting event transportation for teams and also fans. So whether you'll be on the field or in the stands, you’ll have a charter bus equipped with everything your team or group of San Antonio Spurs fans will need. If you’re looking for a spacious ride to store your sports equipment or gameday tailgating gear, a charter bus is your best option. You’ll have plenty of space to store items in luggage bays so you’ll have room to stretch out and relax on board.
From shuttles for daily worship services to buses for special large-scale events, San Antonio religious organizations can customize shuttle bus rental needs with National Charter Bus. Does your church need an ADA-accessible shuttle to bring members to and from daily services? Our team will work with you to find the right type of accessible shuttle to transport parishioners to your church safely. Even if you have a large church and need multiple shuttles, we’ve got you covered. This includes if you’ll need transportation solutions for a large-scale worship event. We’ll organize a fleet of full-size charter buses to service your religious convention or festival.
Are you planning a private event in San Antonio? Let us handle the transportation with a sleek and professional shuttle service. Booking a charter bus service for your wedding, birthday bash, or holiday soiree is the best way to keep your event running according to schedule. A shuttle bus rental service will allow your guests to focus on enjoying your event, rather than dealing with the hassle of traffic or packed parking lots. A National Charter Bus representative will assist you in booking the right type of charter bus to fit the ambiance of your special event.
1. Where can my charter bus pick my group up at the San Antonio Airport?
San Antonio International Airport has two terminals. Ground transportation for both Terminals A and B can be found on E Terminal Drive. Your charter bus will not be allowed to wait at the terminal until your group is present and ready to board.
2. Where can you park a charter bus in San Antonio?
Since San Antonio is a major destination for tourists, charter bus parking regulations can be strict around major attractions like The Alamo. Designated parking areas for charter buses can be found throughout the city. Just be sure to note parking time limits and parking fees with your driver before being dropped off at your destination. Check out our San Antonio parking guide for charter buses to learn more.
3. What are the public transportation options in San Antonio?
VIA Metropolitan Transit is San Antonio’s public transportation agency. VIA operates buses on 98 routes throughout the city. Regular bus fares start at $1.30, with reduced fare programs available for some communities. Taking VIA can be convenient for solo travelers who aren’t on a strict schedule. However, if you’re a large group on a tight schedule, you’ll likely want a private transportation option.
4. What are the largest convention centers and meeting venues in San Antonio?
The Henry B. González Convention Center is San Antonio’s largest meeting space. The convention center holds around 3,000 events a year and is centrally located in the city. Hotel chains like the Hyatt Regency also have meeting spaces for smaller events in their San Antonio locations.
5. What’s the weather like in San Antonio?
San Antonio is typically warm year-round. The most comfortable weather tends to be in November through April. Summers usually see sweltering high temperatures in the 90s (℉) while lows rarely hit freezing in San Antonio’s winter and fall.
As a historic hub in Texas, San Antonio has a long list of unique attractions for visiting groups of all ages. If you need a few spots to fill your San Antonio itinerary, check out the following group-friendly destinations:
Address: 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 225-1391
This 18th-century Roman Catholic mission is San Antonio's top attraction and a historic landmark in Texas. It was the site of the pivotal Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution in 1836. Today, it stands as the oldest European-built structure in Texas and is a museum dedicated to the events of the 1836 war. Since The Alamo is a busy location, there are designated areas to load and unload passengers from tour and charter buses.
Address: 17000 W I-10, San Antonio, TX 78257
Phone: (210) 697-5050
Six Flags Fiesta Texas is the perfect itinerary addition for groups of thrill seekers. This theme park is known for its selection of roller coasters, which aren’t for the faint of heart. Groups traveling with small children will also find plenty to do with the kid- and family-friendly rides throughout the park. Planning a theme park trip can be hectic when you're traveling with a big group—simplify your transportation there with a private charter bus!
Address: 849 E Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 227-4262
Located along the San Antonio River in the city’s epicenter, this popular area is home to numerous shops, bars, and restaurants. It's the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, people watch, or even take a river cruise. The RiverWalk is a popular tourist attraction year round but is exceptionally beautiful around the holidays when the river banks are illuminated by Christmas lights.
Address: 6701 San Jose Drive, San Antonio, TX 78214
Phone: (210) 932-1001
If The Alamo is too crowded for your group of architecture and history lovers, consider visiting the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. This National Historical Park is home to four Spanish frontier missions, Mission Concepción, Mission San Jose, Mission San Juan, and Mission Espada. Although these missions don’t have the storied history of The Alamo, they’re equally as beautiful and carry their own unique stories. Please remember that Mission Concepción is still an active church, so touring may not be allowed.
Address: 200 W Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78215
Phone: (210) 978-8100
The SAMA was established in 1981 inside the former Lone Star Brewery. The museum has more than 30,000 objects covering 5,000 years of history from around the world. Guided group tours are available for schools, universities, and adult groups. National Charter Bus is here to provide safe and comfortable transportation for school field trips and private group tours of the SAMA.
Address: 10500 Sea World Dr, San Antonio, TX 78251
Phone: (210) 520-4732
SeaWorld San Antonio is the park chain’s largest location. The park has aquatic animals from around the world and over a dozen thrill rides across 250 acres. SeaWorld offers a balance of entertainment and education for all ages. If your group will be soaking up the sun at the water park, cool off and relax on the way home in a private charter bus.
Address: 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd, San Antonio, TX 78266
Phone: (210) 651-6101
The Natural Bridge Caverns are the largest commercially-accessible cave system in Texas. Group tours are available where you’ll see stunning rock formations throughout these natural limestone caves. If being in a humid cave isn't quite your thing, the caverns offer above-ground climbing and ropes courses, and gem and fossil mining. After finishing up your cave exploration, hop on your charter bus and head next door to the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch.
Address: 3903 N St. Mary’s Street, San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 734-7184
The San Antonio Zoo is home to more than 3,500 animals representing 750 species. It is located in San Antonio’s historic Brackenridge Park and is a popular family-friendly destination. Plan a multi-family trip, youth organization tour, or school field trip to this beloved zoo.
Address: 5223 David Edwards Drive, San Antonio, TX 78233
Phone: (210) 495-5888
Morgan’s Wonderland is the country’s first theme park dedicated to providing fully accessible fun for children of all abilities. Morgan’s Wonderland prides itself on being Ultra-Accessible and is committed to ensuring every visitor enjoys themselves to the fullest. Guests can enjoy a wheelchair-accessible Ferris wheel, an accessible mini water park, and an interactive Sensory Village that encourages creative play. If you need an ADA-accessible ride to Morgan’s Wonderland, National Charter Bus has you covered.
Address: 555 Funston Place, San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: (210) 536-1400
Your group can learn about native and exotic flora at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. The 38-acre greenspace includes five distinct ecosystems in the Lucile Halsell Conservatory, a pristinely manicured Japanese garden inspired by spaces in Kumamoto and Kyoto, and native areas dedicated to Texas Hill Country plants.
8546 Broadway St #123, San Antonio, TX 78217