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Lessor-Known Destination to Visit Dallas-Fort Worth Area

If you’ve been to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, odds are you’ve already experienced a
touring Broadway show in Dallas, a trip to the Fort Worth Stockyards, and all of the
restaurants and museums these big cities have to offer. But in the suburbs
surrounding this major hub lies award-winning wineries, world-class craft beer, and a
look into Texas’s history—you just have to know where to look!

As experts in group transportation, we want to share a few of our passengers’
favorite group-friendly places to visit around DFW—and share a few tips for booking
your own bus for your next big group adventure. Here are a few suburban cities we
provide direct bus rental services to:

Where to Visit in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area

Farmers Branch – This suburb is home to more opportunities to explore Texas history
with your fellow history buffs. If you find yourself just north of Dallas during your trip,
check out the Farmers Branch Historical Park to explore 175 years of the city’s history.
On the complex, you can explore historic buildings (two of which are original to the
property) and even rent out some of the space for private events.

Grapevine – True to its name, Grapevine is home to multiple wineries and the world’s
largest consumer-judged wine competition. If you’re in town in September, you and
your fellow aspiring sommeliers can visit the People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic,
where you can help decide which of the region’s wines will be named winners in
several different wine categories. At other times of the year, check out Grapevine’s
award-winning wineries, or head just a bit up north to Lewisville or Coppell to see
what the rest of the immediate region has to offer! While you tour wineries, you’ll
have a professional designated driver by your side and a safe, guaranteed bus ride
back home.

Denton – If you’re more of a beer lover, head a little further north to Denton to check
out a thriving craft beer scene! Start at the Discover Denton Welcome Center on
“Free Beer Friday” from 7-9pm to get a taste of what you can expect in the city, then
make your own tour of the Denton County Brewing Company, Oak St. Drafthouse &
Cocktail Parlor, and your other faves–all with a designated driver and charter bus
rental right by your side.

Waxahachie – South of Dallas lies Waxahachie, an often-overlooked suburb that you
may have passed through on the way to Waco or Austin. But if you have a little extra
time to add to your road trip, this is a great stop for the architecture lovers in your
group. The city’s courthouse is designed in a Richardsonian Romanesque style, and
throughout the rest of the city you can find Victorian-style architecture and even
gingerbread-style homes.

How to Book a Bus for your Group in Dallas-Fort Worth

Renting a charter bus is easy with GOGO Charters by your side. Our 24-hour
reservation team is always happy to review your itinerary, take into account any
special amenities you’re curious about (like onboard WiFi, onboard restrooms, TVs
with DVD players, or power outlets, to name a few), and make sure you’re all set with
the perfect Dallas charter bus rental for your group.

Depending on how many people you’re traveling with, we can pair you with a
56-passenger charter bus, a compact 18-passenger minibus, or a custom fleet
tailored to your group’s specific needs. And it all comes at a transparent, up-front
price with no hidden fees or surprises.

When you’re ready to book, with your itinerary in hand, call our 24-hour team at
1-855-826-6770. We’ll provide you with a free, no-obligation quote and make sure all
of your questions about Dallas-Fort Worth charter bus travel are answered

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