Kansas City Charter Bus Rentals
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Kansas City, Missouri may be Missouri’s second biggest city, but this is a town which is second to none in many respects. The center of a metropolitan area which stretches across state lines into Kansas (and includes the smaller city of Kansas City, KS), this is an exciting city to visit and deserves to be on everyone’s list of major American cities to see. If you’re coming to town with a group of friends, colleagues or family, there’s no better way to see the sights of Missouri’s “City Of Fountains” than a Metropolitan Shuttle bus rental. It’s a convenient and comfortable way to get around Kansas City and enjoy its culture, food and thriving live entertainment scenes.
When most of us think of Kansas City, the first things which come to mind are barbecue and music, specifically blues and jazz music. The city was the birthplace of famed saxophonist Charlie Parker and blues singer Big Joe Turner, an impressive roll call of native sons even without listing the multitude of other musicians who hail from Kansas City. Kansas City pays tribute to its jazz heritage at its annual Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival, an event which you might want to work into the itinerary for your Kansas City rental bus tour – a charter bus is a much easier way for a group to travel from this and other large events held in the city.
Speaking of large annual events, Kansas City is also the site of what is purported to be the largest barbecue competition in the world, a part of the American Royal rodeo, horse and livestock show. Barbecue, of course is the city’s signature dish and there are nearly a hundred different barbecue restaurants in Kansas City. You’ll never be able to sample them all in a single visit, but since when you choose to visit with a Kansas City bus charter, you’ll be able to decide which of the city’s many establishments to try.
Kansas City is the gateway to the Old West and as such, is rich in historical attractions, such as the birthplace of the outlaw Jesse James located in nearby Kearney, Missouri. This is now the site of the Jesse James Museum, one of the many attractions in the Kansas City area which you shouldn’t miss; it’s an easy day trip with a charter bus.
Another tour you may want to arrange for yourself with a Kansas City bus rental is one which takes you past some of the 200 fountains in the city. Kansas City is second only to Rome in this regard and this is one of the things which gives this city its considerable charm; and of course its nickname as the City Of Fountains.
Whether you’re in Kansas City for a business conference, a family reunion, on vacation with friends or just coming in on a charter bus to catch a Kansas City Royals game, you’ll find a lot to enjoy here – and you can enjoy your visit even more when you and your group get around in the most comfortable, convenient way: on a charter bus.
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