When in Perth, you realise there is a lot to see. However, if you’ve been to Perth a lot of times, you start to feel like you’ve seen everything. What’s left after you’ve looked at the tourist traps and the spots that are less expected?
Well, there’s always the option of renting a limo and going on a food tour.
Perth has great food. There’s plenty of cafes, farmer’s markets, and out of the way places to visit. It has a cosmopolitan food culture, and that’s before you factor in any native dishes that you might find. A food tour is a great idea to cap off your nth trip to Perth. Why not have it in the lap of luxury?
Incidentally, food tours in limos are entirely a thing you can do in Perth. Most companies have big fleets, so you’re unlikely to find yourself unable to book a ride because of windscreen replacement Perth.
Wine country tours are an excellent start.
The city is located conveniently for getting around the wine country of Western Australia. There are so many wineries and vineyards to visit, such that wine tours are probably going to be one of the packaged options when you hire a chauffeured limo in the city.
If you’re not a wine aficionado, you’re not left out in the cold.
Limo tours can take you from destination to destination. You just have to book it with the company and tell them where you want to go. It takes a little more legwork since you’ll do the research yourself, but this way you can tailor the food experience to what you want.
Alternately, you might find a company that’s already offering something like what you want. You’ve got a lot of options available.
You could also start the food tour while still on the road. Finger foods and anything that goes with champagne are excellent choices to eat while in a limo. Small snacks and anything that doesn’t require a sauce or has a smell work great.
You just have to make sure the foods you pick are appetisers! You don’t want to ruin your appetite for the rest of the tour, right?
If you’d prefer not to be chauffeured, you still have the option of renting the limo and driving yourself around. That takes a bit more preparation, though, and not everyone has an international driver’s license just lying around.