Vancouver Taxis

Vancouver taxis help you get to where you want to go both in town and beyond. While many travelers drive or get a rental car, it's quite easy to enjoy a vacation without ever getting behind the wheel. Thanks to a modern transportation network, readily available taxis and limos, and the walkability of the city, you can leave the car keys at home while you visit southern British Columbia.

Three main companies provide service for Vancouver taxis, while several more provide limousine service. Each company follows carefully designed regulations designed to keep the drivers and passengers safe. Many hybrid vehicles have been placed into service, helping lighten the environmental impact. With set rates you can look up in advance, you won't be surprised by the number the driver tells you. A small base rate is charged no matter how far you go, with additional per-mile fees. Likewise, the price of Vancouver limos can be agreed upon in advance, keeping surprises out of your vacations.

Many visitors need to service of Vancouver limos and taxis once they've arrived at the airport. Some 400 taxicabs bring passengers to and from the airport, 24 hours a day. Some of these taxis are wheelchair accessible, so everyone can enjoy a safe and easy ride. If you're in need of special accommodations, the skycaps can help you hail the right taxi. For those arriving on domestic flights, taxis are easy to find, right outside the luggage pick-up area on the second level. Staff members are stationed outside to help you find the right cab. International travelers also have easy access to the taxi stand, not far from the immigration/customs area.

Other airport travelers opt for other ways to get from the airport to their intended destinations. Car rentals are readily available, as are high-speed rail trains. If you're looking to travel in style, consider making reservations for one of the Vancouver limos. These licensed companies provide requisite black Town Cars, as well as SUVs and stretch limos. The driver will help you with your bags, open the door for you, and take you to your hotel or other desired destination; all while you ride in posh comfort.

Besides the airport, many people taking cruises have need of transportation. Vancouver cruise port taxi service is available for you at the beginning of your vacation and after you're done enjoying your cruise. Many of the Alaska cruises begin in Vancouver, so these passengers need help in getting from the airport, train station, or wherever they are.

As the Vancouver cruise port taxi service is whisking you towards the coast, you will see the beautiful pier come into view. Canada Place, Vancouver's cruise ship terminal, is an amazing building shaped like an ocean liner. After the sunset, the white sails transform as a setting for a beautiful light show. It takes about fifteen minutes to make the trip from one of the downtown Vancouver hotels, and it will cost about the same as your lunch. Taxis are readily available at any time of day, especially when the big ships come in.

While the majority of cruises set sail from the new and modern Canada Place, some depart from the Ballantyne Pier. It's a bit further away, so the taxi ride will cost a few dollars and some more minutes of your time. When you don't have the hassle of worrying about parking when you decide to travel by taxi, you won't mind paying the fare for easy and convenient Vancouver cruise Port taxi service.

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