Napa and Sonoma Wine Tours, Wedding Limos, Airport Services and More
Tour premier Napa Valley wineries in a VIP sedan, limousine or party limo bus!
(707) 339-1108 for Reservations & Information or Click Below to Reserve Your Limo Wine Tour.
Hello and welcome! We specialize in winery tours in the Napa Valley and Sonoma County that are tailored to you and your guests. Whether you’re visiting your favorites or would like to try new wineries, Amax Limo will drive you there safely, comfortably and in style. We don’t mix you with other people and you are not on the tour with strangers. (That’s us, Mike and Max, in the picture to the right.)
For Napa Valley or Sonoma County limo wine tour reservations and information, text or call (707) 339-1108 from 9am to 5 pm PST. If we do not answer, we may be on the line or with customers; please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or make a reservation at any time using our online reservation system.
Sit back, relax and enjoy while our professional, courteous and knowledgeable drivers take you to some of the finest wineries and winery tours in the Napa Valley and Sonoma County.
We would love to be a part of your wedding day. Enjoy your special day knowing our drivers will be prompt, professional and caring and our cars elegant and spotlessly clean.
We offer event and corporate transportation, airport transfers, custom city and area tours, and prom limos throughout the Bay Area. We can also chauffeur your bachelor and bachelorette parties for a worry-free time.
Useful Information for Walnut Creek CA
As you would probably expect, Walnut Creek CA is named after a native species of tree found in the area. Settled originally by settlers following the war between the United States and Mexico, it has a rich multi-cultural heritage. As is true of almost every town founded in California during the mid 1860’s, Sparsely populated with the very basic hotel, general store, and a local smithy, it really was put on the map with the arrival of the railroad in 1891.
Railroads always opened up a city to immigrants looking for land to settle, crops looking to find a way to market, and goods and services travelling into and out of the area. The city of Walnut Creek was incorporated in 1914, and became the 8th city to comprise Contra Costa County. The railroad did gradually die out, but the tracks were revitalized into part of the wonderful Iron Horse Trail. It utilizes the vast majority of abandoned railroad sections and is now jogging trails, bike trails, and pedestrian walkways used by thousands of locals each year.
The city today is one of many bedroom communities serving the greater San Francisco Bay area. Home prices remain high compared to the rest of the country, and a revitalized downtown brings both residents and visitors back again and again to the quaint shops and restaurants. And as is true for almost every California city in the area, there are major shopping and business centers offering goods and employment.
Following are additional sources of information about other Walnut Creek resources:
|City of Walnut Creek
Walnut Creek City Hall
666 North Main Street
Walnut Creek CA, 94596
|Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce
1777 Botelho Drive, #103,
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
|Walnut Creek Library
1644 N. Broadway
Walnut Creek, CA 94596