Yonge Street charter bus rentals

Charter a bus rental to Yonge Street

Shopping, concerts, a day at the library—whatever brings you to Yonge Street, a Toronto charter bus is a fun and budget-friendly way of getting there. Bus.com will help you organize your itinerary and choose the best bus type for your trip. We’ll even let you book your Toronto bus rental now and pay later!

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Why charter a bus for Yonge Street

Whether you’re taking a tour of this historic street or heading to one specific intersection, charter a Toronto bus rental for your trip. Depending on the length of time you’ll spend on board, charter either a Toronto school bus or coach bus. A good rule of thumb: If you’ll be on the bus for longer than two hours, rent a Toronto coach bus. Traveling with a group of less than 20 people? A Toronto minibus rental is a budget-friendly alternative.

About the surrounding area

Because Yonge Street bisects all of Toronto, it’s impossible to pin it down to one neighborhood. Between 1 Yonge Street and its transition into Highway 11, Yonge crosses through Old Toronto, Downtown Yonge, Yorkville, Summer Hill, Midtown, North York, and Richmond Hill. All along the street you’ll find different shops, bars, restaurants, hotels, and theaters, as well as diverse cultural hubs representing the myriad of people who live, work, and play in Toronto. Some of the busiest pedestrian intersections in Toronto are on Yonge, including Yonge and Dundas, Yonge and Bloor, and Yonge and Eglinton (nicknamed Young and Eligible because of all the hot young professionals wandering around). Yonge Street has something for everyone. You can dance, jump, see a festival, buy a t-shirt with a moose on it—pretty much anything you can dream up. Just make sure you pronounce the street name right. “Young!”

About Yonge Street

Often called Toronto’s civic spine, Yonge street runs straight through Toronto. Its actual length is disputed, but most people agree the street is about 1178 miles long. Long before it became Toronto’s main street, Yonge was known as Carrying Place Trail. It connected Lake Ontario with Lake Simcoe, and for generations it was used by First Nations people before European fur traders arrived. Today, the 35-mile stretch of Yonge that runs through Toronto is a cultural and commercial destination. Along this strip you’ll find institutions like the Toronto Reference Library, the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre, Silver Snail Comics, the Hockey Hall of Fame, and Yonge and Dundas Square. You can also find some terrific shopping—from Canadian souvenir shops to CF Toronto Eaton Centre.

Traveling from nearby Toronto?

Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.

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Popular bus types in Toronto

When you book with us, you can choose from a variety of vehicle options in your area, curated by availability, budget, and amenities.

School bus rentals

School bus rentals rental
The affordable classic
47 seats

Coach Bus Rentals

Coach Bus Rentals rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

Minibus Rentals

Minibus Rentals rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats