Florida’s most exotic destinations. Because memories are
better than dreams…
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 Florida’s internationally renowned city of Miami!
Tour Miami for as low as $39* per
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.
Miami: A spectrum of dazzle and activity,
Miami is a place where the jazzy colors of luxurious living meld
with the cool pastels of one of Florida's original vacation hot
There are hundreds of ways to spend
your time in this bustling urban metropolis. Each area has its
own distinct flavor and style. Miami Beach is where people bronze
themselves on miles of sun-bleached sands by day and partake in
the legendary club scene by night. If you are inclined to sightsee,
South Beach's Art Deco District contains over 800 buildings in
this distinct architectural style, and Ocean Drive is known for
its bustling activity and sidewalk cafés. Gleaming skyscrapers
and the spirit of progress that has made Miami one of the most
dynamic cities in the country characterize downtown, a vibrant
business district. Coconut Grove is known for its artsy flavor
with Renaissance-style castles, popular festivals and endless
nightlife. Miami also boasts unique attractions, such as the Miami
Metrozoo, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami Seaquarium, Ichimura
Miami-Japan Gardens, the Parrot Jungle and Gardens and Fairchild
Tropical Garden in Coral Gables.
the sun goes down, Miami nightlife heats up with hundreds of nightspots,
including cozy taverns, hip jazz bars, and trendy dance clubs.
Definitely a place to "see and be seen," Miami has long
enjoyed a reputation as a playground for the rich and famous,
and celebrities can often be found reveling in one of the many
referred to as the "Gateway to Latin America," Miami's
flavor is heavily influenced by the confluence of cultures that
meet in this diverse urban area. Ethnic food, artwork and crafts
abound in the area, as well as many colorful festivals and events.
Little Havana, Miami's most concentrated Cuban community, is centered
around Calle Ocho (S.W. 8th Street), where visitors can enjoy
steaming cups of café con leche or shop for exquisitely
embroidered guayabera shirts and cigars made in the finest Cuban
tradition. The city's Caribbean community is centered around Little
Haiti, where Caribbean culture melds with American spirit. Be
sure to stop by the Marketplace, an unusual shopping area noted
for its unique architecture.
Miami is also gaining a well-deserved
reputation for a sophisticated cultural arts calendar. With the
fastest growing cultural community in the United Sates, the Metro-Dade
Performing Arts Center, the Bass Museum, Miami City Ballet, Miami
Beach Cultural Arts Center, and the Florida Philharmonic present
an invigorating season of music, dance, theater and art.
From the chic and cultured to the
diverse and outrageous, the colors of this city are varied and
bright. Visitors are sure to find something for their vacation
experience in Miami!
Florida travel guide