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Miami is more than one long beach party. It’s a thriving cultural metropolis, a basketball lover’s dream, and a musical paradise. Field trip, bachelorette party, big game, church retreat, corporate event, conference, or even airport pickup – our booking specialists will help you organize ground travel for any event. Charter a Miami bus rental with our online booking tool. It’s easy, cost-effective, and way more efficient than calling every Florida bus company to find the best price.
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Bus.com is a marketplace for charter buses connecting event organizers and bus suppliers. We help you set up transportation to and from any type of events by partnering with reliable and vetted bus companies across North America.
To make sure you’re getting the best price for your Miami bus trip, we work with bus rental companies to get preferred pricing. When we determine the price of your charter bus, we consider the driver’s time, the total mileage, the time of year, the departure date, and the availability of buses in Florida.
Our network of buses is spread out across North America. We match you with a bus rental company that can best accommodate your trip’s needs and is closest to your departure point. No matter which bus operator you get, you can be sure that our staff has vetted them to ensure they comply with our strict requirements.
All Miami bus rentals come with a driver. The quote you’ll receive from our online booking tool includes that driver’s time, gratuity that conforms with current industry standards, and any hotel accommodations your driver will need during the trip.
Whether you want the simple nostalgic vibe of a school bus or minibus or the comfort and convenience of a fully equiped coach bus or mini coach bus, we can match you with the perfect bus for your trip.
Take advantage of our Book Now, Pay Later policy to reserve your Miami bus rental ASAP then hold off on paying until 21 days before you board the bus. The closer you get to your departure date, the fewer buses will be available to choose from.
We have a range of vehicle types to fit a range of passenger counts. For trips featuring between 40 and 55 passengers, a school bus will be ideal for short trips, while a coach bus is well-suited to longer trips. For 18 passenger trips, a minibus will be best suited. For trips requiring a 15 passenger vehicle, a large van rental should suffice.
For small groups in Miami, a sprinter van charter from Bus.com is a reliable, affordable, and extremely versatile way to move people and equipment all over town. Sprinter vans excel in a variety of roles with numerous interior configurations, including a comfortable high-capacity passenger shuttle arrangement and a flexible crew van variant with plenty of dedicated passenger and storage space.Learn more
The American Airlines Arena is home to the Miami Heat NBA team. It is found in downtown Miami. Aside from sports, the arena is also home to concerts from time to time, with a capacity of up to 20,000 seats.
Address: 601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, United States
Phone: +1+1 305-480-1300 786-777-1000
Marlins Park, as the name would suggest, is home to the MLB team called the Miami Marlins. The ballpark features a retractable roof, which is an uncommon feature among ball parks, and is known for its eco-friendly architectural design.
Address: 6501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125, United States
Phone: +1 305-480-1300
Hard Rock Stadium is Miami’s NFL venue, home of the Miami Dolphins. It is technically found in Miami Gardens, which is located just north of the city. Notable, the stadium has hosted six super bowls.
Address: 347 Don Shula Dr, Miami Gardens, FL 33056, United States
Phone: +1 305-943-8000
Miami is a wonderful place for field trips. Students in South Florida benefit from year-round warm weather, a unique environmental habitat, and a multicultural society. Here are some of the best places to take your K-12 class on a field trip. A school bus rental in Miami is a cost-effective way to transport your class.
Miami is a great place to study, with tens of thousands of students studying in the city. If you're trying to decide between Miami-area universities, booking a charter bus rental for your school group is a great way to ensure that you don't miss a single campus.
It's no surprise that Florida's largest city is a hotbed for interesting arts and culture. Here are some of the most exciting outdoor and indoor events and attractions that can be found in Miami-Dade county.
Located south of Downtown Miami, Coral Gables is one of South Florida’s oldest cities. It was designed to represent a picture-perfect Old Spain town: its century-old tall arches, canopied streets, and vast plazas are noticeably Mediterranean. The 1920s’ Venetian Pool’s grottoes, towers, and waterfalls were carved from the coral rock of a former quarry. Coral Gables offers luxurious shopping at Miracle Mile and a walk around Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden’s idyllic lakes, tropical rainforest, and a butterfly dome.
Miami Beach is an island city with the line of palm-lined white sand beaches stretching all the way from South Pointe Park to the North Shore Open Space Park. South Beach is the one featured in Hollywood movies, known for the encounters with celebrities and its Art Deco Historic District. South Pointe Park and South Pointe Pier strike with incredible views of Miami and the ocean. Mid-Beach includes the posh area known as “Millionaire’s Row,” while North Beach is a peaceful, family-friendly beach.
Key Biscayne is an upscale island town accessible via causeway from Downtown Miami. Visitors often describe their first encounter as akin to “entering a tropical oasis.” Key Biscayne is located between Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park with their tree-lined beaches, azure waters, and mangroves full of butterflies and birds. Local eateries are renowned for their creative food as much as their fantastic views.
Miami Springs is the gateway to the Miami International Airport. This city is known for being a quiet escape from the rest of the county’s bursting energy. The city had a specific design theme, commemorating the regional architecture style called Pueblo Revival.
Hialeah’s central location and hearty Latin dining make it a convenient place to stay in Greater Miami. The Leah Arts District is a dedicated living and working space for artists and musicians. The Garden of the Arts is a museum under the open sky. The Opa-Locka Hialeah is a flea market open 365 days a year, with more than 800 vendors selling vintage goods and crafts.
Coconut Grove, or just “the Grove,” is a tropical bay-facing neighborhood with Bahamian history and independent spirit. It was crowned as the Sailing Capital of the Miami area. It regularly welcomes world-level regattas and has hundreds of resident sailing businesses. There are more than 500 slips and charter boats for hire; local captains offer everything from family cruises to fishing trips and romantic sunset sails. Major Yacht Clubs include Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, Coconut Grove Sailing Club, Coral Reef Yacht Club, the US Olympic Sailing Center, and Shake-a-Leg Miami.