It's nice to have a tour guide to lead you around a city instead of getting directions from a hotel concierge whose only point of reference is "the docks." Start out on the right foot with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $48 for a Miami day tour for one (an $85 value)
- $89 for a Miami day tour for two (a $170 value)
- $50 for a St. Augustine tour with trolley ride for one (an $85 value)
- $95 for a St. Augustine tour with trolley ride for two (a $170 value)
Full-day Miami tours include transportation to and from Orlando. Sightseers will hit up the Bayside area's high-end stores and tour the art deco architecture in South Beach. Breakfast is included en route. Click here to view the tour schedule.
St. Augustine tours include unlimited passage on a hop-on/hop-off trolley that travels through the historic downtown of one of the country's oldest cities. The trolley makes stops at such landmarks as Castillo de San Marcos, Fort Matanzas, and the Lightner Museum. Click here to view the tour schedule.
Gray Line Orlando / Gator Tours
Florida is a state ripe for adventure. Airboats speed across its Everglades, passing by scenic flora and fauna, such as the state's famous American alligators. Elsewhere, a giant Saturn V rocket looms over the Kennedy Space Center, where visitors can learn about NASA, ride a shuttle-launch simulator, or even dine with a real-life astronaut, who may or may not be made of cheese. An astronaut even greets visitors as soon as they arrive, provided they come on one of Gray Line Orlando / Gator Tours' buses.
In business since 1993, Gator Tours became the Orlando branch of the nationally known Gray Line brand in 2006, and has grown to include more than 20 buses that travel across the Sunshine State. The experiences mentioned above are just two of 59 tours that depart from the Orlando area. In addition to simple shuttle service, the company also takes care of full itineraries. Depending on the chosen trip, guides might lead groups through downtown Orlando or historic St. Augustine, home to cobblestone streets and America's oldest schoolhouse. Other times, the company's buses go straight to the ocean, where boats wait to embark on deep-sea fishing trips.