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Mention the state of North Carolina, and you may conjure a picturesque vision. Stately homes, rolling hills, manicured gardens and fertile emerald forests, and Columbia certainly does not disappoint. Situated on the Congaree river, Columbia is the state’s capital with an appealingly dainty population of just 133,000. Just 20 miles south of the city is Congaree National Park, a protected wilderness area that is home to the largest old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the United States, a popular spot for hiking and canoeing. And there is plenty to be seen in town too, in particular memorials and museums relating to the American Civil War including the Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum. As an alternative to a taxi in Columbia, Blacklane offers a top quality private car service in Columbia to get you from airport to hotel in absolute comfort and style.
Located 8 miles southwest of the airport is Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE), built in the 1940’s and formerly known as Lexington County Airport. Although by no means large, it can still be frustrating to navigate, especially for the weary traveler. With a Blacklane limo service in Columbia, you can rest assured in the knowledge that you have a car waiting for you, so you can ride into the city comfortably and efficiently. Our drivers are all English speaking, locally knowledgeable professionals, so you will be in the safest of hands as you are chauffeured into Columbia.
One of the great things about booking a Blacklane airport transfer airport transfer or chauffeur service is the ability to book online in advance. No longer must you battle with hectic local taxi lines, instead you can reserve a car in seconds prior to boarding your plane. Our website and iOS/Android apps are designed with usability in mind, accessible for even the least tech-savvy individual. Plus, the price you see upon booking is the price you pay, inclusive of all fees and gratuities, so you can sit back and relax without the fuss of dealing with cash at the end of your journey