San Antonio Charter Bus & Minibus Rentals

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.

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San Antonio Charter Buses For Every Occasion

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!

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Frequently Asked Questions About San Antonio Charter Bus Travel

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.

Top 10 Things to Do in San Antonio

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:

1. The Alamo

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.

2. Six Flags Fiesta Texas

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!

3. San Antonio RiverWalk

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.

4. San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

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.

5. San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA)

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.

6. SeaWorld San Antonio

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.

7. Natural Bridge Caverns

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.

8. San Antonio Zoo

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.

9. Morgan’s Wonderland

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.

10. San Antonio Botanical Garden

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.

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  8546 Broadway St #123, San Antonio, TX 78217

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