North Carolina Limo Services & Rentals
North Carolina (NC) - Top Limo Rentals
• Asheville (AVL)
• Elm City (RWI)
• Fayetteville (FAY)
• Greenville (PGV)
• Hickory (HKY)
• High Point (GSO)
• Jacksonville (OAJ)
• Kinston (ISO)
• Moore County (SOP)
• New Bern (EWN)
• Rocky Mount
• Wilmington (ILM)
• Winston-Salem (INT)
Rent a Limo in North Carolina: Luxury
Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in North Carolina (NC) for every occasion, such as: airport
ride, 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.
North Carolina’s famous Outer Banks were once the graveyard of the Atlantic and there are many
wrecks still to be seen along the coast. You can visit the tallest lighthouse on the east coast at Cape Hatteras
and the oldest, at Ocracoke Island. And the tallest sand dune on the east coast rises to over 100 feet at Jockey’s
Ridge, offering kite flying, hang gliding – or just watching the sun set.
The most famous spot on the Outer Banks is probably at Kitty Hawk, where the Wright brothers made
their inaugural flight in 1903. A memorial stands on the spot where the plane was launched from, as well as a
visitor’s center which tells the story of the Wright Brother’s achievement.
Along what is known as the Crystal Coast, New Bern - once North Carolina’s capital - is the second
oldest town in the state. The highlight of any visit is a tour of Tryon Palace, which was designed in the 17th
century to resemble a fine London home and was the first permanent capitol in the colony. The town also boasts two
rather unusual museums – a firemen’s museum and the birthplace of Pepsi.
Further down the coast, Wilmington is the largest town on what is called the Cape Fear coast.
There’s plenty of history in Wilmington, from the Victorian homes in the historic district, to the battleship USS
North Carolina. Within easy reach of Wilmington are a string of popular beach towns – Carolina Beach, Wrightsville
Beach and Fort Fisher.
The largest city in the Piedmont is Charlotte, once a sleepy Southern town, now the second largest
financial center in the country. The Queen City boasts the child-friendly Discovery Place – one of the best
“hands-on” science museums in the south. Charlotte’s other attractions range from the Billy Graham library to
Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Just outside the city is the huge Concord Mills shopping mall – the most popular attraction
in the entire state.
Further east, Raleigh, the state capital has a relaxed atmosphere. Raleigh is home to several of
the country’s best colleges and universities, including the prestigious North Carolina State University.
Hillsborough Street is lined with the attractive red brick campus on one side; the other side of the street offers
plenty of diversions for students – bookshops, coffee bars and taverns.
Raleigh is home to several excellent museums and art galleries including “Exploris” – an innovative
museum with an emphasis on world cultures and the environment. It’s a great place for adults as well as children.
Also worth a visit is the historic Oakwood district with its dozens of beautiful Victorian homes – many have their
porches painted blue, which supposedly keeps flies away.
The western part of North Carolina contains some of the oldest mountains in the world, as well as
the highest mountain east of the Mississippi – Mount Mitchell at almost 7,000 feet. Stretching for over 200 miles
through North Carolina is the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway - the country’s longest designated scenic highway
attracting well over 20 million visitors every year.
You can’t help but slow down when driving the parkway - maximum speed along the two lane road is 35
mph in many places. Take the time to pull off the road and admire the spectacular view at one of the many scenic
overlooks, as they are called. And don’t miss the Linn Cove Viaduct; a spectacular 1240 feet elevated section of
the road which skirts Grandfather Mountain.
The town of Asheville is an excellent base for exploring the mountains; the town contains many Art
Deco buildings and was the home of Thomas Wolfe. You can see the novelist’s boyhood home – the setting for “Look
Homeward, Angel” - and visit his grave. A few miles from Asheville is the quaint town of Black Mountain with
antique shops and bookshops.
One of the biggest attractions in the western part of the state is the Biltmore Estate, America’s
largest home, containing 250 rooms and covering four acres. The mansion boasts such features as an indoor swimming
pool, banqueting hall with 70 foot ceilings, as well as curios from all over the world including Napoleon’s chess
The landscaped gardens are almost as spectacular as the house itself and there’s also a vineyard –
the most visited in the country. If you get the chance, visit the Biltmore Estate during Christmas when the entire
estate is lavishly decorated for the holidays. It’s the chance to enjoy that rarest of things – an old-fashioned
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