Allentown Limo Services & Rentals
Limo in Allentown: Luxury Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in Allentown (PA) for every occasion, such as: airport ride
(ABE or another), birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert,
sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party, bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation,
holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
Allentown, located in eastern Pennsylvania on the Lehigh River, is the third-largest city in the
state. Founded in 1762 by William Allen, the city was named after him in 1838. It has traditionally been an
industrial city, with its economy depending on iron and mining. As chronicled on the famous 1982 Billy Joel song,
Allentown has seen the fall of these industries in recent years. Today, Allentown's economy is diversified among a
wide range of products and services, including printing and publishing, food processing, chemicals, electrical and
medical equipment, and furniture. Its 110,000 residents already know that Allentown is a great place to live.
Located just 35 miles northwest of Philadelphia and a short drive from the Poconos, Allentown offers the comfort
and amenities of a small city, with big city attractions and rural splendor both just minutes away.
Allentown's cultural attractions include the Allentown Art Museum, the Museum of Indian Culture,
Haines Mill Museum and the Civic Theater of Allentown. Mayfair, a five-day multicultural arts festival held each
May, is one of the largest of its kind in the country, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors. Lehigh Valley
Blues Festival is a four-day event held each July just north of the city. A wide spectrum of historical and
cultural attractions is available in Philadelphia to the southeast and Pennsylvania Dutch Country to the
For the sports fan, Allentown is a stone's throw from a lot of action. Nearby Philadelphia offers 4
major league teams that all play in the same complex. The NFL's Philadelphia Eagles play at 68,500-seat Lincoln
Financial Field. Baseball's Philadelphia Phillies play at brand-new, 43,000-seat Citizens Bank Park. The Wachovia
Center is hosts the home games of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers and the NBA's 76ers. Adjacent is the Spectrum,
former home of the Flyers and 76ers and current home of lacrosse's Wings, hockey's Phantoms, and soccer's Kixx. For
more big league teams, the Meadowlands in New Jersey (the NFL's Jets and Giants, the NBA's Nets, the NHL's Devils)
and New York City (baseball's Yankees and Mets, the NBA's Knicks, the NHL's Rangers) are just over an hour away.
Pennsylvania is one of the North's few hotbeds of auto racing. Nazareth Speedway, known as the "World's Fastest
Mile", offers Indy Racing 15 miles away in Nazareth. Pocono Raceway, 32 miles away in Long Pond, hosts the Pocono
500 and the Pennsylvania 500 NASCAR events. Wilkes Barre, about 45 miles north, is home to the Red Barons (minor
league baseball), Penguins (AHL), Pioneers (Arena Football).
Allentown is equally suited to those who prefer to be a part of the action, offering a myriad of
recreational sites within a short distance. Nearby Beltzville State Park has nearly 3,000 acres of recreation areas
around 949-acre Lake Beltzville. The lake is a favorite for fishing, with several varieties of bass, trout and
perch. In the winter, it's a favorite spot for cross-country skiing and tobogganing. Blue Marsh Lake offers hiking
trails, boating and fishing in the summer, and ice fishing, ice skating and sledding in the winter. Lake
Nockamixon, halfway toward Philadelphia to the southeast, offers similar activities. Literally dozens of other
lakes surround the area, providing great swimming, boating and fishing opportunities. The Pocono Mountains to the
north provide hiking and camping. Asbury Park (NJ), famous for its beach scene and for being the hometown of Bruce
Springsteen, is just 25 miles away. Atlantic City (NJ) is about 100 miles away. Skiiers will find numerous options
within an hour's drive, including Bear Creek, Big Boulder, Camelback, Shawnee Mountain and Hidden Valley.
Nightlife in Allentown offers the advantages of a small city with access to an array of activities
to suit all tastes. Philadelphia to the southeast offers a high concentration of college students and first-rate
music, dining and entertainment options for young adults. An aspect of Allentown's nightlife that is of particular
interest to males is that the city has an unusually high female population, with 109 females for every 100
males. Rent a limo in Allentown (PA)!