Charter a Bus in Laredo, Texas

Located next to Mexico in Southern Texas, Laredo is a city with an abundance of Mexican-American history, art and culture. Bubbling with tourists and locals, this city is an underrated hot spot. 

Shofur can help you explore the charm of Laredo in a charter bus that can accommodate your group. Options include 30-55 passenger charter buses, 14-25 passenger minibuses and even 4-12 passenger entertainer buses for smaller crowds. Popular bus amenities include reclining seats, spacious leg room, free WiFi, accessible power outlets and on-board restrooms. 

Our team can handle the logistics of your long- or short-distance adventure. Every driver is well-equipped for any kind of trip, ranging from weddings, sporting events and corporate gatherings to school trips and church outings. Call us at 1-800-436-8719 to find the right charter bus or minibus today.

Travel Through Time in Southern Texas

Did you know Laredo was an independent nation back in 1840? This thriving city experienced an influx of population when it grew from a village to a small country. Even though it does not maintain that geographical status today, it is still home to a multitude of architectural sites and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Rent a minibus from Shofur and plan a family trip down to Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, for a day filled with swimming, hiking and fresh, Texan barbecue. 

Lake Casa Blanca International State Park
Address: 5102 Bob Bullock Loop, Laredo, TX 78041 
Contact: (956) 725-3826

The Republic of the Rio Grande Museum is a famous option for school trips. It is a historic museum with prominent Mexican architecture. Inside, there are authentic furnishings, structures and decorative pieces designed to resemble an 1830’s home in Laredo. 

For your upcoming field trip, book a charter bus with Shofur, so that every student is comfortably seated for their field trip. Unlike school buses, the seats in the charter bus recline and are cushioned for maximum comfort. The air conditioning during the summer is a bonus and maintains the fresh, cool ambiance inside the bus. Moreover, Shofur only conducts business with professional, certified drivers, since customer safety is our utmost concern.

The Republic of the Rio Grande Museum
Address: 1005 Zaragoza Street, Laredo, TX 78040
Contact: (956) 727-3480

If you’re travelling with your church group, don’t forget to check out the San Agustin Cathedral. Located in the San Agustin Historical District, this church is the pinnacle of Gothic Revival Architecture. Explore the historical and religious significance of the Diocese of Laredo with Shofur. Our 16-passenger minibus will be the perfect size for your church gathering. Instead of driving in seperate cars, you can spend time with your church members while you travel. There are also entertainment options available for group road trips, so that elders and children alike can fully utilize their afternoon while shuttling back and forth between destinations.

The Cathedral of San Agustin
Address: 201 San Agustin Ave, Laredo, TX 78040
Contact: (956)-722-1382

Travel in and Around Laredo

Hold your horses and leave it to Shofur to coordinate your group transportation in and around Southern Texas. From San AntonioFort Worth and Dallas to Galveston and Laredo, you can rely on us to schedule seamless transportation to every stop on your itinerary. Our customer service agents are available 24/7 to assist you throughout the booking process. They will ensure that you find the perfect bus tailored to your specific needs. Call us at 1-800-436-8719 to receive a free quote or to book your trip!
 

Charter Bus Companies Serving Laredo , Texas

  • Bus Company : 1708

    Insurance

    $5,000,000

    Reported crashes

    1

    In Business since

    1951

    Buses in fleet

    100

    US DOT #

    10******

    US DOT Verified

    Yes

    Vehicles Quantity Make Year Pass

    CHARTER BUS

    50 Prevost 2012 56

    MINI BUS

    50 Mercedes 2012 16

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