Business travel is an essential aspect of many corporate industries, but one of the biggest concerns is often the cost of these trips. Many people assume that taking public transportation or renting a car is the most cost-effective option. However, there are many reasons why private transportation, such as a private car or executive car service, can actually save you money when traveling for business.
When it comes to luxury travel, flying business class or first class can make a big difference in your overall experience. But what are the main differences between these two classes of service? And what tips should you keep in mind when booking business class flights or first class flights?
As a bustling destination with a bustling population, ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft seem to have an endless amount of appeal in New York City. But while these services can be convenient and affordable, they also come with a number of downsides that can be frustrating for travelers when navigating this exciting but complicated area.
Los Angeles is a city filled with world-renowned attractions and hidden gems that are best explored with the convenience and luxury of a private transportation service. From iconic landmarks to picturesque parks and gardens, there are plenty of must-see spots to visit in the City of Angels.
Whether you’re a local looking for fun ways to ring in the new year, or a visitor planning a trip to The Bay Area just for the occasion, there are plenty of exciting things to do on New Year’s Eve in San Francisco.
As we’ve been spending time developing our Napa Valley wine tours program, we wanted to take this moment to highlight a few members of the queer community making an impression in the wine industry in Napa and Sonoma counties (as well as right here in San Francisco!)
Luxury Hawaii Transportation and Luxury Hawaii Tours have arrived in The Aloha State! CEO Dave Uziel has partnered with industry vet and longtime Hawaii resident Christian McInerney to bring first class luxury transportation services to Hawaii
Now more than ever, partnering with a dedicated transportation service like UrbanBCN Worldwide can streamline travel, save time, and create peace of mind. Whether you’re celebrating a specific occasion, or simply seeking to improve your day-to-day experience, we’re exploring seven reasons why private transportation might be right for you.
There’s a special kind of energy this time of year. October welcomes us into the beginnings of the holiday season, and there’s an extra impulse to get out and enjoy all that is happening, whether you’re planning a day trip, weekend getaway, or simply a festive night out.
We’ve always believed in small steps toward lofty goals. The world is changing, and we are committed to rising to the occasion through incremental advances designed to have a big impact. Our Tesla Model S Plaid, the newest addition to our fleet, is part of this effort.
“Time-saving access to smaller airports, adaptable flight schedules, and the ability to remain socially distanced will remain vital considerations in the coming months, and these are things major airlines just can’t provide. Our goal is to make air travel more streamlined, and our clients more confident, as we collectively move forward.” – CEO, Dave Uziel
Small travel speaks to staying close to home, while cultivating the feeling that you’re far away. Think ’staycation,’ but not in your own house or apartment. Rest, relaxation and rejuvenation without a ton of logistics and distance covered? We’re in.
Not only have we been adding new luxury vehicles to our fleet, but our private aviation branch UrbanAir is once again taking to the skies. Meanwhile, we’re kicking off a variety of other new initiatives meant to streamline our services and enhance your experience while you enjoy them.
In celebration of California lifting all pandemic restrictions, and the fact that it’s officially summertime in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re offering 10% off all travel services through the end of June with code 2021WORLDWIDE. The time is now, your ride is here.