Dca Limousines

Written by Sandy Mitchell
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Reagan International Airport, just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, is the natural gateway to the White House, Congress, and the numerous embassies in the Washington area. Reagan International is served by fourteen airlines operating nonstop flights to 72 destinations. Limousines are a perfect means of transportation for the busy diplomat, the businessman on a rigid schedule, or a tourist wanting to get the most from his or her trip.

Many limousine companies are represented at Reagan International Airport. Limousines are available by advance reservation or at the ground transportation desk outside of the baggage claim area. Limousine drivers meet passengers in the baggage claim. A limousine is a stress-free option for the business traveler as well as an elegant way to tour the museums and monuments of Washington, DC in style. If you are arriving at Reagan airport and heading to the countryside, a limousine is an easy way to tour the Virginia wine country or the Chesapeake Bay area in nearby Maryland.

Touring Washington by Limousine
Washington is alive with historic monuments and fascinating museums. Visit the new Native American museum on the mall and see its beautiful, Indiana limestone façade gleaming in the sun. Stop and shop at the neo-classical Union Station. Live history with a visit to the Capitol or the White House. A limousine can help you navigate the tricky one-way streets or difficult parking and let you devote your energy to enjoying the sights.

Choose from a four-passenger executive sedan, a six-passenger Lincoln or Cadillac DeVille, an eight-passenger Chrysler, a ten-passenger stretch limousine, or a fourteen-passenger Hummer H2. Some companies may also have available a fourteen-passenger limo bus, a 25-passenger mini bus, and a 55-passenger motorcoach. Hiring a limousine can make your next visit to Washington stress-free. Limousines offer convenience, security, door-to-door service, and a variety of amenities. Typical amenities include in-coach TVs (some flat screen), VCRs, DVDs, surround-sound stereo systems, fiber optic lights, stocked bars and champagne buckets, and even Sony PlayStations.

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