"Treat yourself or your guests to the
..of The LimoTour."
- All tours in luxury limousines
..(can accommodate 9 people)
- Pick-up at your hotel and drop-off at any location in ..NYC.
- All drivers are professional tour guides.
- Complimentary refreshments and snacks.
- Tours available in foreign languages.
- Tours can also be customized: Let us know what
..you want to see and we will incorporate
NEW YORK TOURS
THE 1 (ONE) HOUR TOUR: A LIMOTOUR SPECIAL
Many visitors to New York want to experience a limousine ride.
This is an excellent opportunity to experience the city.
THE 2 (TWO) HOUR TOUR: MIDTOWN OR HARLEM
See all the glamorous places in mid-town from Rockefeller Center,
Radio City Music Hall, 42nd street, The broadway theatre district
and more --- or take our special Harlem cruise which includes
a visit to the Cathedral St. John the Divine.
THE 3 (THREE) HOUR NEW YORK CITY TOUR:
The three hour tour covers most of New York (At least 2 of 3 major
districts - downtown district, midtown district, or uptown district).
THE 4 (FOUR) HOUR GRAND TOUR OF NEW YORK
The four hour tour covers all of NYC. From Battery Park to Harlem.
This is The LimoTour's most popular tour. The tour can end at
Battery Park (ferry boat that goes to the Statue of Liberty) for
those visitors who wish to also visit the Statue of Liberty at
the end of the tour.
THE 8 (EIGHT) HOUR FULL DAY TOUR OF NEW
Includes the 4 hour tour plus the tour guide escorts the guests
on a visit to the Statue of Liberty (and Ellis Island if they
|| PRIVATE TOURS
IN LUXURY LIMOUSINES ARE $85 AN HOUR FOR ENTIRE LIMOUSINE
(ACCOMMODATES UP TO 9 PEOPLE)
NEW YORK DISTRICTS
Views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island; Ground Zero;
Wall Street; The NY Stock Exchange; Trinity Church; St. Paul's
chapel; South Street Seaport; Brooklyn Bridge; Chinatown; Little
Italy; So-Ho; and Greenwich Village;
Empire State Building; United Nations; Rockefeller Center; Radio
City Music Hall; Times Square; 42nd Street; Broadway Theater District;
Fashionable 5th Avenue;
Central Park; Lincoln Center; Dakota Building; Museum of Natural
History; Harlem; Visit the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine;
World's Largest Gothic Cathedral; Columbia University; 5th Avenue