Free Quote on Super Bowl Transportation & Events in Miami, Florida

December 8th, 2019

Book your charter bus transportation to the 2020 Super Bowl at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Whether you are going to the big game or enjoying all the entertainment around Miami, because of the huge surge in traffic, traffic is expected to be very difficult to say the least!

Instead of wasting endless hours sitting in traffic, frustrated and annoyed. You and your friends could be having your own tailgate party on a charter bus! You also won’t have to worry about finding parking, or paying the high prices that go along with it.  What could be better than door to door service. 

We will pick everyone up in one of our late model buses and chauffeur you to the big game and any other stops along the way. Everyone travels together and gets to the stadium on time. 

Our drivers are leaders in the industry.  They know Miami like the back of their hand. They understand which streets to take and which ones to avoid. Making sure your journey to the destination is just as fun as the event itself. 

Holiday Coach Lines makes transportation fun and easy. It’s also less expensive than other forms of transportation! To save even more we offer several size buses and motor coaches to fit your needs. 

Make your reservation now with Holiday Coach Lines. 

You don’t want to miss any of the activities planned around the big game. The Miami Herald writes:

The host committee is planning a free weeklong event for fans along Miami’s downtown waterfront called “Super Bowl Live,” which will feature concerts and NFL exhibits. The city’s Downtown Development Authority, a semi-autonomous agency that collects and spends downtown tax dollars, plans to cover half of the $600,000 price tag for permanent LED lighting on the Baywalk.

“Super Bowl Live in Bayfront Park will be the hub of free activities during Super Bowl week, and we have every indication that the host committee will deliver on its commitment to create a one-of-a-kind experience for visitors,” said Miami Commissioner Ken Russell, who also serves as chairman of the downtown authority.

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