Miami is a sprawling high-energy city known world over for fabulous beaches, sparkling blue skies, sunny days, bright colors, trendy places, wonderful shopping, great food, lots of glamour and a distinct international feeling. Historically, Miami is a relatively new city, starting as a small pioneer settlement in the mid 1800s. Today it spreads from the Atlantic Ocean to the Everglades. Miami has a thriving downtown whose towering steel and glass office buildings glittering in the sun are headquarters for international and national businesses. For being so close to the beach, t’s primarily a business district, not one filled with tourists sites. However, once outside of downtown, Miami has interesting, colorful neighborhoods and areas stretching along Miami’s coastal ridge, along Biscayne Bay or the Atlantic Ocean.
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This tour covers a lot of ground – 32 beautiful miles of it. And, while the length and navigating through urban traffic makes it for experienced bikers only, it’s a safe, easy ride over flat terrain. An engaging, well-informed tour guide leads the pack with ease and confidence, pointing out sights along the way and pulling over often in interesting places.
Miami is such a popular vacation destination with so much to do, to be able to see the most for less is a great option. With a Go Miami Card you can see a lot and save a lot. You’ll save a chunk on admission to many of the best Miami tours activities plus have VIP access to many of the top attractions, which means you skip long entry lines, saving hard earned vacation time.
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Looking for a way to see San Francisco’s amazing sights without the major workout of walking up, down and around the city’s steep, near vertical streets? See it easily and see more of it on a guided Segway tour. For a really fun and interesting time, pick the one that takes you to the places you came to see – the Wharf and Waterfront, Golden Gate Park, or the neighborhoods of Chinatown, North Beach, Little Italy and the Embarcadero at night. On a Segway, with a fun, knowledgeable guide leading the pack, you’ll see places and details you might never find on your own. While each tour is a totally different visual experience, they are all the same in important ways. They’re all fun, interesting, easy, safe, and the guides are great! With a maximum of 8 riders per tour (ages 12 and older, 18 and under accompanied by an adult), camaraderie develops between guide and riders, making it a really pleasant experience.
9/11. A day seared in America’s memory and spirit. The 9/11 Memorial, built on the site of the original Twin Towers, is a place of tribute. Visitors to NYC are drawn to it, compelled to just be there.
The idea of going to the memorial on a bike tour may seem a bit unusual, but it’s a wonderful way to see the sights around the financial district. Bike and Roll’s 9/11 Memorial Bike Tour does more than just go there. It’s a thoughtfully planned, total experience.