Used up your holiday budget on buying Christmas presents for the family but still need to head home to Cleveland to be with the family for a short bus charter tour vacation and don’t know how you can manage? Well, worry not. When Christmas is around the corner, there’s always a way. Luckily for you, your journey home with Bus Charter Cleveland by bus charter or a smaller shuttle bus will save you some money.
Enjoying Cleveland doesn't have to be expensive. You’re spoilt for choice with the city’s beautiful parks, fascinating shops, and free days at museums. The Cleveland Orchestra, arguably the "Best Orchestra in the World," offers with several free community concerts throughout the year.
Take in the view of the sunset over Lake Erie from within the comfort of the bus charter vehicle at Cleveland's Edgewater State Park, on the city's near west side. Bundle up and hold on tight to a loved one as you watch the sun sink unobstructed into the horizon. If you prefer somewhere warmer, pick up free music and movies at the Cleveland Public Library where local area residents can loan out their choice from over 10 million books, tapes, DVDs, and CDs.
Bring the rented charter bus to see the elaborate stone monuments kept a generation of Italian stonecutters in business at the Lake View Cemetery, the final resting place for important Clevelanders, such as John D. Rockefeller, President James A. Garfield, and Carl B. Stokes (Cleveland's first black mayor). Don't forget to see the Garfield Monument and the Wade Chapel with its Tiffany window.
Visit the architectural gem that is the Cleveland Arcade. Built in 1890 to resemble the shopping arcades of Milan Italy, the arcade is just off of Public Square, between Euclid and Superior Avenues and boasts elaborate metalwork and intricate brass gargoyles look down from the top level. Chairs are even offered on the balconies for passersby to rest and marvel at the view.
Continue with the old gems and go antiquing. Tell the bus charter driver that you want to check out some of the interesting and diverse antique districts such as Lorain Avenue (between W.35th and W.45th Sts.) on Cleveland's west side for architectural antiques, such as leaded glass windows and old wooden doors; or explore Larchmere Avenue, near Shaker Square on the east side, for higher end china and glass items as well as
You might even add to your Christmas shopping haul after this, so book your bus charter rental package with us in Cleveland and journey in style with Bus Charter Cleveland as your ground transportation service provider and get home in time for the merry making.