This Miami Beach Tour takes you stylishly through the enchanting and unique city. Experience the gentle breeze in your hair while driving in a convertible.
Explore stunning Miami Beach and attractive Collins Park
Enjoy the ride in a great vintage convertible with your own chauffeur
Admire the fascinating Jackie Gleason Theater and be enchanted by the pompous hall
Enjoy the top attractions of Miami Beach on this fantastic tour. You'll be guided and chauffeured like a king through all the major streets of Miami Beach. This private tour is perfect to discover the many hidden jewels Miami Beach has to offer. There's much more to Miami Beach than just the sunny beaches!
Your private guide will meet you at your hotel and pick you up with a classic convertible. This is a type of car that few private collectors have access to. Sit back, relax and enjoy all the panoramic views while your private chauffeur takes you to Miami's most beautiful attractions such as Collins Park and reveals many details.
Along the way you'll discover many of Miami Beach's amazing locations, such as the beautiful Jackie Gleason Theatre or the old and new City Halls. You'll also discover the Botanical Garden and much more. In total there are over 33 sights to visit with your friendly guide.
It is recommended that you wear sunscreen, hats and sunglasses.
Food cannot be consumed in the vehicle.
• City tour
• Bottled water
• Photo souvenirs
• Pick-up and return transport from the hotel (flat rate $75 + tax only for postal codes 33140 and 33139)
At your accommodation, or at 100 21st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140 - between 21st Street/Collins Avenue, next to the Seagull Hotel.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 3 days before the date of the activity.
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