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Travel tips for rides to Louisville attractions and horse racing
Louisville is situated along the Ohio River, making it a true southern beauty. Known for hosting worldwide phenomena like the Kentucky Derby and Major League Baseball games by the Sluggers, the city encapsulates everything that is great about the American south: amazing entertainment, friendly people, and Kentucky fried chicken.


The services offered by this airport, both to the general public and the US forces, are second to none. Talking of the general use, it has been actively serving the public for many years. With fast and public-friendly security checking mechanisms, fast processing lanes, easy luggage pick-up, and other similar services, it is a top choice of the passengers coming to Louisville.


Apart from the easy access to the beautiful city of Louisville, you can have an easy reach to other nearby areas from the airport. It is not present within the community like many other airports on this list, which is why it is easily accessible to both the locals of the city as well as to the people living in the outskirts of the city. The friendly airport staff, good eateries, both inside the airport as well as on the outside, and swiftness of the process make it a preferable choice of the many coming here, especially the people from the business community.


Louisville airport shuttle

Louisville International Airport Shuttles
With the facility of three operational runways, SDF Airport is one of the busiest airports in the whole of the US. There are many things which make it an airport worth traveling from. The first and foremost is the artwork present on the inside of it, giving an awe-inspiring welcome to the people coming here for the first time. Secondly, it is of central importance for the parcel shipment services. Thirdly, it is one of the biggest airports available for the military use, inside the country.


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SDF Shared Ride Vans
Known as Kentucky’s largest city, Louisville is home to one of the greatest Major League Baseball teams, big crowds, and tasty restaurants. The Louisville International Airport is a pretty basic airport with three runways. As soon as you land, you’re going to want to hurry into downtown so you can get to where the excitement is. Make sure your transportation is taken care of by reserving a shared ride van and receiving a helpful ride to and from your hotel.


SDF airport shuttles
SDF Private Vans
If you get bored of hanging out in your hotel all day, rent a private vehicle and paint the town red! For bigger groups, private vans offered by area providers are perfect, offering just enough room for everyone to comfortably sit cramp-free while they visit Louisville’s vast museum district. Like the Frazier History Museum, a wonderful exhibit that houses artifacts from many British wars as well as planned performances. If you’re in the mood to see some real Kentucky tradition, visit the Kentucky Derby Museum, which celebrates the internationally famous horse race.


SDF airport sedans
SDF Private Sedans
Louisville may be famous for plenty of cultural milestones, but many don’t see the town for it’s natural worth in both conservation and park space. Witness the city’s beautiful wildlife by driving to each location in the quiet comfort of one of local companies with many private sedan models and get a glimpse at the calm waters of Louisville Waterfront Park. While you’re out, be sure to visit E. P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park for beautiful fields surrounded by rocky roads and fun trails.


SDF airport suv
SDF Private SUVs
Louisville is home to world-class entertainment, and nothing is quite as entertaining as the famous Louisville Slugger Field, which is home base to the Louisville Bats. Take the family out for a fun day enjoying a ball game and get there by reserving your very own private SUV. Be sure to contact us for potential deals, and while you’re out, be sure to wind down at the relaxing Louisville Zoo, which is home to gorillas, tigers, and other exotic creatures.


SDF airport limos
SDF Stretched Limousines
Proof on Main is a premiere southern eatery located on Louisville’s famous Main Street. Grab a bite and look classy while you do it when you schedule a pickup and drop of with us, a premiere limousine service that offers deluxe stretched vehicles and complimentary chauffeurs. When the night comes to a dwindle, celebrate by having drinks at the sophisticated Brown Hotel and seeing a show at The Kentucky Center.


SDF airport chartered buses
SDF Chartered Buses
There are lots of places in town that are perfect for spending time doing group activities. Visit Kentucky Kingdom, the state’s biggest amusement park, filled with kid’s areas and waterslides, and spends the next day at the stunning Ohio River, where you can spend the afternoon fishing, hiking, or simply reading by the water. You can get to these locations by making sure you have an adequate vehicle with an extra-big transportation service that offers extra-big vehicles in the form of fun chartered buses.



Racing at Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby
The Kentucky Derby is just one of many attractions that make Louisville extraordinary. Known around the world as "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports," the event is a specially held horse race that brings out the biggest spenders and even bigger hats. Although The Kentucky Derby only runs annually, it is still a festivity that celebrities and Louisvillians look forward to year-round.


→ One of the races of thoroughbred racing’s famous Triple Crown, this venue can draw a crowd. In fact, on derby day you can expect to see over seventy five thousand race enthusiasts in attendance.


→ The phrase Roses are Red takes on a new meaning when it comes to the Kentucky Derby which used to be called the Run for the Roses. The red rose is the official flower of the race and the winning horse is decorated with red roses at the end.


→ Race goers love their Mint Juleps, which is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. It is estimated that nearly one hundred and fifty thousand Mint Juleps will be consumed on race day.




Visit Louisville Mega Cavern

Louisville Mega Cavern
Although Louisville is known for its many artificial attractions, it has just as many natural ones. The Louisville Mega Cavern is a limestone mine that stretches underneath Kentucky’s Interstate 264 as well as the Louisville Zoo. In fact, the cave is so massive and so important for the support of the city of Louisville, that the city actually classified it as a building. The largest one in Kentucky.



Visiting The Big Four Bridge

The Big Four Bridge
The Big Four Bridge is a large former railroad, but has since been converted into a pedestrian and bike-riding bridge. The bridge is perfect for anyone who wants to take a relaxing stroll through the city without having to deal with the hassle of oncoming traffic. The Big Four Bridge also crosses the Ohio River, giving anyone who crosses it an awesome photo opportunity.


Flying into Louisville International Airport
The Louisville International Airport is the largest and closest airport to downtown Louisville. Located only two miles south of the Ohio River, and just a few blocks from the Kentucky Exposition Center, the facility couldn’t be in a better business location. Taxi 7 and Yellow Cab both have an established presence at the gate, so catching a ride should be as easy as landing.


Louisville Airport Transportation
If you need to get around, there are ridesharing services constantly available through Lyft and Uber. If you’re a traditional rider, there is also a variety of car-rental services.


Nearby Hotels in Louisville
If you want to stay close to your flight, The Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport is the closest and nicest hotel that sits just north of the Kentucky Exposition Center. It’s also a short five-minute drive south of downtown. For a bit of Louisville luxury, stay at the historic Brown Hotel, a 4-star facility with not one, but two sophisticated restaurants.


Louisville Restaurants
There is one restaurant that everyone in Louisville seems to talk about and it’s Wild Eggs. Known as the best breakfast place in Kentucky, you’ll be feigning over the intoxicating smell quicker than you’ll be ordering! Another delightful restaurant is Mayan Café, which is a posh, but affordable lunch and dinner spot that serves just about everything, Whether it’s seafood or hamburgers, Mayans got it.


Things to do in Louisville
If you’re itching to get out of your hotel and have some fun, place a few bets at Churchill Downs, where you can relive the excitement of the Kentucky Derby year-round! Another great spot to kick back and relax is the Louisville Slugger Field, which is the best place in town to eat a hotdog and watch a classic Sluggers baseball game.