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What to Do in Denver?


Places to Visit/Things to Do

  • Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

Red Rocks Park

Red Rocks Park, occupying over 700 acres, offers visitors the opportunity to experience the change between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains. Of the many trails, the Trading Post Trail is one of the most recommended. Stretch almost 1.5 miles, the trail leads between the rust-colored buttes, offering some amazing scenery. Another major activity here is visiting the amphitheater, which has hosted many like the Beatles, Tom Petty, and John Denver. It’s recommended that you catch a show here, but if you can’t, just visit the theater for the amazing photos you’re going to take.


  • Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum

The Denver Art Museum, holding more than 70,000 works by many famed artists, is one of the best collections of art on the West Coast. This collection is covered throughout two buildings, represented through both sculptures and paintings. We recommend visiting the museum’s impressive collection of western American art, with some artifacts dating back two centuries.


  • Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Garden

The Denver Botanic Gardens is 24 acres featuring 50 gardens for visitors to enjoy. The Gardens offers different environments, such as “Gardens of the West, Internationally Inspired Gardens, Ornamental Gardens, Water Gardens”, and more. Not only does the Botanic Gardens have plants, but they also feature unique art sculptures located throughout the grounds. If you want to get a better perspective of the flora and art, guided tours are offered for $14. Also, visit a variety of festivals here, hosted throughout the year.  


  • Denver Museum of Nature & Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is like no other. With exhibits from dinosaur bones to Egyptian mummies, this museum will keep you fascinated for hours. The museum features exhibits from the sciences of anthropology, zoology, geology, paleontology, and more. Popular exhibits include animal habitat scenes from around the world. We also recommend the Space Odyssey area, which lets the visitor experience a bit of space. Admission costs  $16.95 for adults and $11.95 for kids aged 3 to 18. There are discounts for seniors.


  • Coors Field

Coors Field

Don’t leave Denver without visiting the home of MLB’s Colorado Rockies. Whether you have come here for a game (which we recommend) or not, enjoy yourself at the Interactive Area, where you can test your baseball skills. Have some extra time and no kids with you? Then visit the Rooftop, a 38,000 square-foot platform with incredible views of the city, and sample some of Denver’s local brews. Don’t have time to catch a game? Think about taking a tour of the stadium. Guided tours cost $12 for adults and $9 for seniors and children 12 and under.


  • Denver Zoo

Denver Zoo

Denver Zoo is home to 4,000 plus animals, including tigers, black rhinos, and orangutans. This facility sprawls across 80 acres of City Park, making it easy to get after visiting other popular destinations. Remember your favorite Disney movie, The Lion King (my favorite at least)? Visit the African savanna. While you may not find Simba, you can find other lions, hyenas, and African dogs. If you have kids with you, pay a visit to the nursery, where you can see baby animals. In the spring time, adults pay $17 and kids (3 to 11) can get in for $12. In the summer and fall, adult admission is $20 and kids pay $14. In the winter, adults pay $15 while kids are charged $10.


  • Washington Park

Washington Park

Compared to Central Park and Boston Commons by Denver locals, Washington Park is a place where you can relax. Comprised of 165 acres, this park contains jogging paths, gardens, and two large lakes. Take advantage of the time and lay down on the grass, or play on one of the eight tennis courts here. Want to get on the water? Rent a boat offered at the park. Also, visit the Recreation Center, which contains a pool. Swimming lessons are also offered hear. There isn’t hours or a fee to enter the park, but activities within (boat rentals and such) may cost money and operate at certain hours.


Best Places to Shop/Eat


  • Cherry Creek – Do you have an expensive taste for shopping? The Cherry Creek neighborhood is the perfect place for you, with high-end stores with premium brands. A few of the brands include Neiman Marcus, Tory Burch, and Burberry.
  • 16th Street Mall – This shopping destination is filled with chain stores and sports bars. Getting ready to become western? Visit the Rockmount Ranch Wear, a historic western store filled with cowboy necessities such as boots, belts, and hats.
  • Larimer Square – This is the perfect place if you’re looking for great restaurants within a shopping hub.Larimer is filled with boutiques and casual apparel stores.
  • Union Station– Shop and eat at Denver’s most iconic historic landmark. Union Station contains 10 chef-owned restaurants as well as a few stores. Not only is it shopping/eating destination, but it is an actual train station. Admire the art of the station as you eat and shop.
  • South Broadway – This shopping destination is perfect for those trying to catch bargains. Filled with thrift stores, dive bars, pot shops, antique stores, contemporary eateries, and high-end salons, this is a popular shopping area among locals.
  • Fruition Restaurant – Want to take your family out for some fine dining? Fruition Restaurant is rated the #1 fine dining restaurant in the Denver area by tripadvisor. Spend more for some of the finest foods in Denver.
  • Root Down – Want to eat the best local food? You HAVE to visit the Root Down, a local restaurant located in Denver. It is rated the #1 restaurants in Denver for local food by tripadvisor. You will not leave disappointed; neither will your stomach.


Things to Bring To Denver

  • Sunscreen – Don’t let the sun bother you
  • Comfortable Footwear – Keep your feet relaxed as you explore
  • Season Clothes – Wear appropriate clothes for whatever season it is
  • Camera – Save the memories with pictures
  • Proper ID’s – You might need these for certain activities
  • Extra Batteries/chargers – Keep the juice in your devices


Enjoy your Vacation!


The Sacramento Vacation


Things to Do/Places to Visit

  • Capitol Park

Capitol Park
Capitol Park has been California’s center of government since 1869. Now, the Capitol building houses a museum that is filled with state artifacts. When you visit the museum, you can tour the rooms, historic offices, as well as admire the beautiful artwork located throughout the building. Other than the museum, you can also tour the park, which holds a World Peace Rose Garden, a collection of plantings from around the world. Entrance to the Capitol, museum, and park are free.


  • Crocker Art Museum

Crocker Art Museum
The Crocker Art Museum is one of California most famous art museums, holding more than 15,000 art pieces. The museum contains many Californian pieces, as well as many African, Oceanic, and Asian pieces. Originally established as a home and art gallery for the Crocker family in 1865, it has now become one of Sacramento’s most famous tourist spots. For adult entry, it costs $10. For students and seniors, its $8. For those aged 7 to 17, its only $5.


  • California State Railroad Museum

Railroad Museum
Learn about locomotives in this interactive railroad museum. Visit each restored train with their histories and unique interiors. If you’re looking for something educational, this museum is the place to go. Here, you can learn about the expansion of the railroads, their importance in economy, and their impact on traveling. For a entertaining outing, hop on the Sacramento Southern Railroad train, which is operated by the museum. Admission to the museum is $10 for adults; for kids aged 6 to 17, it is $5. Children under 6 are free.


  • Sacramento Zoo

Sacramento Zoo
The Sacramento Zoo is another popular destination in Sacramento. While it is small (14.2 acres), there is still a great time to be had observing the 140 different species of animals. Like most zoos, you have the traditional zoo animals like lions, tigers, zebras, giraffes, as well as many birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Other than the zoo itself, there is also an affordable gift shop, where you can buy little trinkets for your children. Admission for adults is $11.75. For children aged 2 to 11, it costs $7.75. More information on the zoo is available on their website.


  • Sacramento and American Rivers

American River
Are you more of an outdoor enthusiast? Then take to the waters on either the Sacramento or American River. Or why not both? If it’s a warm day, bring out the canoe you’ve been waiting to use. You can also water ski and kayak. Don’t like watersports? That gives you the reason to get out your fishing gear and go fishing. Relax on the waters as you wait for fish to bite your bait. Also, at most parts of the river, you can hop into the water. Don’t forget to drag your family and friends in too!


  • Fairytale Town

If you have small children with you on your trip to Sacramento, you need to take them to Fairytale Town. Let your kids enjoy with their favorite cartoon characters like Peter Rabbit, Eeyore the donkey, and Mary’s little lambs. While not the most entertaining for older kids and adults, kids under the age of 7 will have a blast at this amusement park. Let their imagination run wild as they play on more than 25 huge playsets. Tickets for adults and young ones cost $4.50 on weekdays and $5.50 on the weekends


  • Sutter’s Fort

Sutter's Fort
There’s probably not a more historical place than this in all of Sacramento. In the 1840’s, a Swiss immigrant by the name of John Sutter built a fortress for himself and his crops on a massive 150,000 acres of his own land. It was 50 miles from here that one of Sutter’s associates, James Marshall, found the first recorded golden nugget. This would soon start the California Gold Rush. After Sutter’s workforce left, the fort fell into bad shape. Now restored, the fort is operated by the California State Park Service. Admission for adults is $5 and $3 for those under 17.


Best Places to Shop & Eat

  • Old Sacramento Old Sacramento is one of the best historic shopping sites in Sacramento. Head to a museum located in Old Sacramento, but not without a bite of food at the many eateries.
  • Midtown Another popular destination, Midtown, is filled with over 600 businesses. These include everything from bars to retail shops. Spend your day or night here, enjoying the galleries and live music.
  • Arden Fair Mall– This is the largest shopping mall in Sacramento, with two stories featuring 165 stores. Popular brands here include Apple, Coach, and Nordstrom. Also grab a tasty bite to eat at their food court.
  • Pavilions – This is the premiere shopping destination with brands like Ralph Laurent, Chico’s, and Hamilton Jewelers. Also, don’t miss a meal at its signature restaurants, which provide a fine dining experience.
  • Westfield Downtown Plaza – This plaza is an open-air shopping plaza that is anchored by Macy’s. Also, grab a bite to eat before you catch a movie at the Century movie theatres located next to the food court.
  • Westfield Roseville Galleria – This is similar to Rodeo Drive, just bigger. Shop luxury brands like Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, and Abercrombie & Fitch. This is a shopping experience that will definitely impress you.
  • The Kitchen Restaurant – If you’re looking for a fine dining restaurant to take a special one to, The Kitchen is the place to go. This is rated the #1 fine dining restaurant in Sacramento by tripadvisor.
  • The Waterboy– Another amazing fine dining restaurant in Sacramento, it is also highly rated in fine dining and local cuisine in Sacramento by tripadvisor. Don’t miss out on the chance to eat here!



Best Way to Tour Sacramento

  • The best way to tour Sacramento is with chartered buses and vehicles. Rent a bus or mini bus and explore Sacramento at your own pace. Don’t worry about hailing a taxi or ordering an Uber or Lyft. No need for that when you have your own exploration vehicle. Need a bus for your party or taking a school trip to the Californian capital? Book a bus rental at ,  an amazing chartered vehicle company. Prompt Charters offers you the vehicle you want with affordable prices. Whether it’s a charter bus, mini bus, school bus, Prompt Charters has it all. What other events do you need a bus for? Let us know! Prompt Charters is not only available in Sacramento, but in many other cities.


Orlando the Beautiful City

Have you or your family ever thought about visiting Orlando, one of the most beautiful cities in Florida? Packed with activities for both young ones and adults, the city is a popular tourist attraction. In 2017, Orlando boasted 72 million visitors, making it the nation’s tourist capital. Check out these activities that make Orlando so popular.

Spend a day at a theme park

Want to have a blast at a theme park? Orlando is the theme park capital of the world with Disney, Universal, and SeaWorld parks located throughout the city. Tourists come from around the world just to visit these famous parks. You should too!


Walt Disney World is the most iconic theme park in Orlando as well as the most popular in the world. Let’s explore each of its parks!


  • Magic Kingdom
    Magic Kingdom
    is the most popular park, with over 19 million visitors each year. The most popular attractions in Magic Kingdom include visiting Cinderella’s castle, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and many others. Visit the Disney website’s attraction page for the full list of attractions.


  • Epcot
    is another famous Disney park, remembered by the giant “golf ball”. The golf ball 
    is actually a popular ride called Spaceship Earth, a ride that shows the technological advances made throughout history. Other popular attractions include Soarin’, Test Track, and Frozen Ever After. We also recommend visiting other countries in Epcot’s World Showcase. It gives you the opportunity to learn and enjoy the cultures of countries around the world.


  • Another park Disney has to offer is Animal Kingdom.
    Animal Kingdom
    Here, you can interact with animals, go on safaris, and take a journey on a river. We recommend you to go to 
    Pandora- The World of Avatar added in 2017. Here, you can take a popular 3D flying simulator ride called the Flight of Passage. Other attractions to visit include the Kilimanjaro Safari, Expedition Everest, Maharajah Jungle Trek, and Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail. Also, if you have kids, we suggest you take them to the 3D show, It’s Tough to Be a Bug.


  • The last Disney park but certainly not least is Hollywood Studios.

    Toy Story Land
    Toy Story Land

    Based around movies and shows, Hollywood Studios is a blast for both kids and adults. Make sure to visit the new Toy Story Land, where you can become the size of a toy.


  • If you’re looking for a thrill ride, head over to Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Here, you can free fall down the tower at scary speeds. We also recommend that you visit the Star Wars area, the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, and the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith.

  • Universal Studios is another major park in Orlando, Florida.

    Universal Studios
    Universal Studios

    Like Hollywood Studios, it is also based on the entertainment industry. It’s best to spend the whole day here, as there is just so much to do. Visit a special effects show, or ride scary coasters. You decide how much fun you want to have. Revenge of the Mummy, Jurassic Park, and the Harry Potter attractions are all recommended.

  • SeaWorld is a park based off aquatic animals.

    Sea World
    Sea World

    Watch killer whales jump and do tricks in the water, or become a flying manta ray on the Manta. If you’re not afraid of heights, we recommend riding the Mako (200 ft.) and Kraken (153 ft.). Other attractions to visit include Wild Arctic and Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.


Spend Time Outdoors

Doing things outside is a great way to spend time in Orlando. Check out these top 10 cool outdoor activities listed below.

  1. Spend time in the 50 acres of the beautiful Harry P. Leu Gardens
  2. Take a paddle boat across Lake Eola, or you can just stroll around the park
  3. Take a ride in the sky with Orlando balloon rides
  4. Drive a jet ski with Extreme Jet Ski of Orlando
  5. Swim with the dolphins with Florida Dolphin Tours
  6. Take a helicopter tour of the city
  7. Get close up to a gator at Gatorland
  8. Cool off at ShipWreck Island Water Park
  9. Drive an ATV or a Buggy with Revolution Off Road
  10. Meet zebras at the Safari Wilderness Ranch


Best Places to Shop

There are many amazing places to shop in Orlando. Go shopping and eat at Disney Springs, or enjoy your time at Pointe Orlando. Shop your favorite brands at the Orlando Premium Outlets, Mall at Millenia, or The Florida Mall. Buy some souvenirs and have lunch at Universal’s City Walk. It doesn’t matter where you are in the city. There are always great places to shop.

Note: Seven things you need to bring on your vacay to Orlando

  • Sunscreen – it is probably going to be sunny, so don’t forget sunscreen
  • Comfortable footwear – keep your feet relaxed as you walk
  • Comfortable clothes – stay casual as you tour the city
  • Umbrella – rain is usually common, especially throughout the summer
  • Proper ID – don’t forget to bring your ids as you might need them
  • Camera – make sure you save those memories
  • Extra batteries/chargers – keep the juice in your devices


Prompt Charters & Tours is a leading charter bus company in Orlando with ultra luxury coach buses that can take your group to all these top destinations. Call us today at 877 277 6678.

Enjoy your vacation!

Miami, FL Charter bus, Mini bus Service from

is an international city at Florida’s southeastern tip. Let’s check out the most important tourist attractions of Miami.

1. Bayside Marketplace
2. Lincoln Road
3. South Beach
4. Zoological Wildlife Foundation
5. Wynwood Walls
6. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
7. American Airlines Arena
8. Wynwood
9. Metromover
10. Ocean Drive
11. Safari Edventure
12. Zoo Miami
13. Marlins Park
14. Gesu Catholic Church
15. Olympia Theater
16. Deering Estate
17. Miami Design District
18. Dolphin Mall
19. Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County
20. Bayfront Park
21. The Falls Shopping Center is a charter bus company in Miami. We offer most modern charter buses for safe and comfortable ride. Our charter buses includes Deluxe motor coach,
Mini bus, School bus, Party bus etc. You can avail our charter bus services with an affordable charter bus rate. We also have a dedicated charter bus team to help you plan your charter bus trip in Miami. So you can make sure that your charter bus trip will be hassle free. Call us today at 1-877-277-6678 and ask for a free charter bus quote.

Melbourne Beach, FL Charter bus, Mini bus Service from

Melbourne Beach is a town in Brevard County, Florida. Let’s check out the most important tourist attractions of Melbourne Beach.

1. Paradise Beach & Park
2. Barrier Island Center
3. Turkey Creek Sanctuary
4. Locked Inside
5. Melbourne Civic Theatre
6. Florida Tech Botanical Garden
7. Main Street Melbourne – Downtown Melbourne
8. Sea Turtle Preservation Society Melbourne Beach
9. Gleason Park
10. Custom Adventures and Equipment Inc.
11. Ryckman Park
12. Andretti Thrill Park
13. Longboard house
14. Lou’s Blues Upstairs
15. Canova Beach Dog Park
16. Liberty Bell Memorial Museum
17. Melbourne Beach Pier
18. Spessard Holland South Beach Park
19. Castaways Point Park
20. Juan Ponce DeLeon Park
21. Indian River Antique Mall
22. Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts
23. Crane Creek Promenade Manatee Observation Area is a charter bus company in Melbourne Beach. We offer most modern charter buses for a safe and comfortable ride. You will get our charter bus, Mini bus, School bus and Party bus services with an affordable charter bus rate. We can also help you plan your charter bus trip in Melbourne Beach. So you can make sure that your charter bus trip will be a hassle free trip. Call us today at 1-877-277-6678 and ask for a free charter bus quote.

Margate, FL Charter bus, Mini bus and Tourist Attractions

is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. Let’s check out the most important tourist attractions of Margate.

1. Butterfly World
2. Fern Forest Nature Center
3. Broward Stage Door Theatre
4. Promenade At Coconut Creek
5. Isle Casino Racing Pompano Park
6. Firefighters Park
7. Tall Cypress Natural Area
8. Demented Escape Room
9. Sunny Nails Spa
10. Oriole Golf Club
11. Galaxy Skateway
12. Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
13. Village Spa & Beauty Bar
14. Quiet Waters Park
15. Deerfield Beach Boardwalk
16. Coral Springs Museum of Art
17. Hillsboro Antique Mall is a charter bus company in Margate. We offer most modern charter buses which includes Deluxe motor coach, Mini bus, School bus, Party bus etc. You can expect our charter buses with an affordable charter bus rate. Our dedicated charter bus team will help you plan your charter bus trip in Margate. So you can make sure that your charter bus trip will be safe, comfortable and hassle free. Call us today at 1-877-277-6678 and ask for a free charter bus quote.