First Time in Boston Itinerary

Boston is a historic city at the scene of some of the earliest architecture built in the United States. Home to many key events surrounding its rich history and ever-growing metropolitan life, Boston attracts a greater number of tourists each year. However, like any growing major city, mass transit struggles to keep up with the pace as the North-South Rail Link is connected by the same crowded public transit system. Modern travelers are now transferring over to charter bus transit to get them to local attractions.

A Boston charter bus or minibus is the best way for groups to explore the city. Group travel is more convenient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly than other public transportation options and provides you with a reliable and flexible transportation method.

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Our Customers’ Top Destinations in Boston

Follow these top customer destinations to get your itinerary started! Setting a travel itinerary before your trip can make all the difference in your experience, whether it’s for private events, weddings, business travel, or church outings. Make the most out of your trip to Boston by developing a plan with these popular morning, afternoon, and evening events.

A bus driving on a street while it is snowing.


Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail is a morning favorite as the three-mile trail leads you through 16 principal historic monuments and sites across the city. Visit Boston’s oldest cemetery, which includes the graves of Governor John Winthrop and two Mayflower passengers. Since the trail is full of camera reaching sites, ensure that you have set a flexible bus schedule with a vehicle that provides seating for all sizes before heading toward the trail destination. Have your driver drop you off at the start of the trail and meet you at the end. Invest in this hop-on-hop-off travel service so you can move on to more sights nearby.

Freedom Trail

Address: Freedom Trail Boston, MA 

Phone: (617) 357-8300

The Paul Revere statue in Boston.


Boston Common

About two miles from Fenway Park, Boston Common makes for the ideal lunch picnic spot. This public park is central to the downtown life of Boston and is considered to be the oldest public park in America, founded in 1634. Many tourists will prearrange a group commute to the destination before biking or walking the trail. If you schedule a bus plan you will be able to stop by freedom trail, Newbury street, and the public garden on the way to Boston Common. Your bus will allow you to bring a cooler with food and drinks for a picnic, and then you can safely stow your belongings away when you go hiking.

Boston Common

Address: 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111

Phone: (617) 635-4505

The Boston skyline


Fenway Park

Fenway Park is a great way to round up your travel routine. The park is a sensational match of the first opening of the famous ballpark on April 20, 1912. As an essential part of the history of the city, it carries with it generations of the Boston Red Sox. However, getting to Fenway Park can be a challenge; some ride bikes, some squeeze onto crowded public transit, while others bus the trip from their hotel. Between the bike valet and parking fees, it's difficult to arrive before the home game cheer. The great thing about chartering a bus is that you can arrive early while also storing your personal belongings and any souvenirs you may buy in the bus during the game!

Fenway Park

Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215

Phone: (877) 733-7699

The stands at Fenway Park

Boston’s Business & Education

The city’s metropolitan sphere is home to a booming business and academic atmosphere. The city was even named the leading business startup hub for future entrepreneurs. You can also rent a bus to enjoy a full tour of Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to see two of the most prestigious schools in the country. 


Harvard University

Address: Cambridge, MA 02138

Phone: (617) 495-1000


Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Address: 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Room 11-400

Cambridge, MA 02139-4307

Phone: (617) 253-1000


How to Get Around:

Travel From the Boston Airport

While traveling in a large group from Boston Logan International Airport to your hotel, everyone may get split up on multiple public shuttles, especially during the holidays. By renting a private, personalized vehicle you will be transported from point A to point B without the inevitable travel rush.

Boston Logan International Airport

Address: 1 Harborside Dr, Boston, MA 02128

Phone: (800) 235-6426


How to Travel in Boston Without A Car: Bus Edition

A row of cars on a street

Tourists often forget the importance of transportation planning before setting their travel plans. Sometimes we all get carried away in booking our hotels and scheduling events at our favorite attractions that we forget how hard it is to travel with a large group. It is crucial to pre-plan a bus rental to transport your group of family, friends, coworkers, or volunteers to and from their travel destinations to avoid those pesky parking tickets, unavoidable valets, and complicated transit schedules. If you want the whole group to see their fair share of Boston favorites, you may want to look into booking an affordable charter bus rental nearby.

Schedule Your Next Ally Bus Service

Take advantage of the downtown sightseeing with Ally Bus. We have a true passion for travel solutions that allow your group of family and friends to share in the vacation experience you deserve. Call today to learn more about our specialized Boston charter bus rental services at (630) 301-7444. We strive to be your trip destination solution. Plan a fun, safe, and unforgettable charter bus trip with Ally Bus today!