For many, Labor Day Weekend is marked on the calendar, a few days reserved at the end of summer to take a well-deserved vacation, escaping from the day-to-day cycle of working life into somewhere new and unfamiliar. TakeTours.com wants to help you find the best getaway – at an even better price! Check out our Labor Day deals page for all the latest getaway specials.
We get it: Niagara Falls are a big deal. They are large, loud, and absolutely breathtaking. But what can be said that has not already been? People get so distracted by the natural wonder of the falls, that they do not realize how much more there is to do in this area than to simply stare at water. For instance, many tours to the Falls stop along the way at the Corning Museum of Glass, which celebrates the history and process of glassblowing, where visitors can even see a live demonstration. Once at Niagara Falls, there are countless ways to catch a glimpse of the majestic waterways: from one of the area’s quaint state parks; from atop one of the observation towers on both the Canadian and American sides; or, return in the evening for the Illumination Show, droning which the Falls are lit up in a grand display. Tours to Niagara Falls from New York City start at $108.
Although it is still a young country, the United States has a rich and proud history, and its cities in the Northeast keep that heritage alive with unmatched dedication and passion. Now you can see all the famous historical sites that lie in this region. With tours starting at just $198, you can see all these famous historical sites, from the crack in Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell to the steps of Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Standing in Independence Hall, where both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed, you can feel the patriotic spirit that inspired the founding fathers to reshape this country’s government, and, ultimately, the course of history on the whole. Take one of these tours for a “revolutionary” vacation.
For some, the city is an overwhelming experience: heaving skyscrapers that dwarf surrounding buildings; the constant symphony of voices mixing with that of groaning machinery; and the blur of nonstop pedestrian and automobile traffic. If you live in the city, you get used to this, but no one can fault you for wanting to escape from it all, if only for a few days. Tours from Los Angeles to the Grand Canyon, for example, are available for as little as $109, so there has never been a better time to make a break for the great outdoors! The views from the various points and lookouts on the South Rim will support the claim that the canyon is one of the greatest natural wonders in the world.
The year is 1967, and San Francisco is one hip place, daddy-O! Okay- it’s 2014 and the “Summer of Love” is long gone, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find plenty of groovy attractions to make for an unforgettable vacation: the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most recognizable suspension bridges, stretching its massive frame across the bay, and Alcatraz rests on the waters, its doors now awaiting for tourists instead of convicted prisoners. Now, TakeTours has special deals on tours that will let you see the city in unique ways, from riding segways, to the backs of fire trucks, and more!
These are only a few of the available deals; you will find many, many more on TakeTours.com. You work hard each and every day, so why should finding the perfect vacation to close out your summer feel like such a job?