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Lauderdale City Tours
to visit the area? We can arrange for you to do it in style for
a low price in one of our new luxury vehicle!
Enjoy a private tour! When you can
stop anywhere you want at your leisure, to have lunch or a drink,
to shop or simply to visit! Sit back and enjoy the ride while
discovering the Venice of America on the Atlantic Coast!
Tour Fort Lauderdale for as low as
$39* per person.
Above rates are NET, from…
per person, based on 6 hours service in a Limo and do NOT include
gratuity for the driver. Price may vary depending on vehicle and
number of hours and passengers. Above rates are based on departures
from Fort Lauderdale or Miami (fee may apply for departure from
other cities/counties: Palm Beach or others). Subject to availability.
Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Additional
premium on week-ends. Cars are limited to a specific number of
passengers, ask for details.
Lauderdale: Immerse Yourself in Greater Fort Lauderdale. Relax.
Refresh. Renew. A delectable combination of sea, sun, shopping,
arts and entertainment, Greater Fort Lauderdale has become a sophisticated
playground with equal parts, glamour, old-world charm and retro-funkiness.
Water is a defining element of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, framed on the east by 23 miles of golden sand
beaches, gently kissed by turquoise Atlantic waves, and bordered
on the west by the Everglades, a one-of-a-kind eco-system teeming
with spectacular flora and fauna and home to the Seminole Indians.
Between the two, the Intracoastal Waterway, a canal system reminiscent
of Venice, winds gently through the interior, connecting downtown
office buildings, the world-class boutiques, galleries and restaurants
on chic Las Olas Boulevard, and the museums, theaters and nightspots
Teeming with luxurious yachts and
lined by opulent homes, the inland waterways can easily be navigated
by water taxi, a convenient and fun water-borne service that runs
like clockwork throughout the day and well into the night. A network
of landscaped pathways meanders alongside many of the canals and
offers access to the outdoor cafes and attractions on street level.
city offers attractions that appeal to a multitude of interests.
A Mecca for the avid sportsperson; endless holes of golf, miles
of wilderness trails for hiking and biking, unsurpassed snorkeling,
diving and deep sea fishing, premier thoroughbred horseracing
at Gulfstream Park, Florida Panthers ice hockey at the state-of-the-art
Bank Atlantic Center and interactive exhibits at the International
Game Fish Association's Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum. For those
who see adventure as hunting down the latest clothing and furniture
designs, Greater Fort Lauderdale is also known for shopping, with
top specialty stores as twelve major malls plus the Design Center
of the Americas (DCOTA), the world's largest international design
center, and Sawgrass Mills, a destination in itself, with more
than 300 retail outlets and name brand discounters.
Yes, fabulous beaches and the perfect
year-round weather are only a small part of the enviable Greater
Fort Lauderdale's "good life!"
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