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Party Bus Portsmouth Prices
A Party Bus can fit 10 to 50 people and costs about $160 to $350 per hour. Need More Room? 15 passenger party bus Portsmouth rental prices vary from $165 per hour from Sunday to Thursday and $189 on Friday and weekends. Limo Buses can fit larger groups 30 to 50 passengers and are priced around $219 to $350 per hour. Party Bus costs start from $175 to $225 per hour.
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*Prices may vary greatly in your city and state. Due to the impact of covid-19 rental prices shown in past estimates, actual pricing may be significantly higher depending on availability and location.
Explore Portsmouth, Ohio in style
Are you coming to Portsmouth, Ohio and looking for a fun way to get around? Are you already here, but still haven't figured out how to make the most of your vacation? Let Price4Limo help. With our diverse fleet of limousines, there's no end to the fun you can have exploring the sights and sounds of this amazing city!
From local scenery to art museums, sports arenas to restaurants, festivals to concerts—and everything in between—you've got a lot of choices. Why not book with us today and see what all the buzz is about?
What is a limo?
In case you're new to the game, a limousine is like a bus that fits just one group of people. It may have more features than your average car or taxi—including TVs, neon lights, and more—but it's still easy to drive. We make renting a limo easy: just browse our website for pictures of all our amazing vehicles, and compare pricing and availability. You can also contact us directly with any questions you have about the type of vehicle you want!
The state of Ohio is known for its rolling hills, extensive farmlands, and warm Midwestern hospitality. This makes it a great place to visit for a road trip!
After you've filled up on gas, hit the road and head to the first city on your list: Akron. This city in Summit County is one of Ohio's largest cities, with a population of almost 200,000 people. It sits on the Tuscarawas River, and is home to a large variety of cultural offerings including museums and art galleries. Akron was originally built as a manufacturing center, but now the city has transformed into the metropolitan center it is today. If you're looking for a tax-friendly place to stay overnight in Ohio, Akron definitely fits the bill.
From there, head south for about an hour until you reach Cincinnati: the home of baseball's Reds! This city is situated near the border of Kentucky, in Hamilton County.