There are few better ways to get an overview of what Provincetown has to offer than to take a picturesque trolley ride. The ... More
There are few better ways to get an overview of what Provincetown has to offer than to take a picturesque trolley ride. The trolleys leave every half-hour from Town Hall on Commercial Street, and tour the National Seashore and other interesting sites for about 40 minutes. Evening tours leave on the hour, starting at 5p.
Decent tour, not great, at $11 per adult, doesn't seem worth it. Most annoying: Trolley website says it is hop-on , hop-off, which is why we took it in the first place, but is no longer so, if it ever was.
Would recommend taking the trolley. The guide/driver was very experienced and skillful in maneuvering the trolley through the narrow streets. The history conveyed about Provincetown and the surrounding areas was fascinating. We did not realize how large Provincetown was. Great for the entire family and very reasonable.
the trolley trip is a great way to get an overview of the town. It accurately highlights the history, scenery and varied attributes of Provicetow. A wonderful value, a most pleasant ride, and educational for all.
Let German transplants Rainer and Jürgen be your hosts at their lovely and luxurious guesthouse in Provincetown's town center. Each
of the rooms is decorated with European antiques and named after a favorite poet, in keeping with the "Carpe ...
Sitting atop a hilltop in Provincetown, this Best Western motel has all the rooms decked out in Cape Cod style
decor. Although there is no restaurant on premises, the motel is within walking or biking distance of Provincetown's restaurants, ...
The Oxford Guesthouse is an historic 1850 Greek revival house, surrounded by gardens and offering perhaps the more luxurious accommodation
in Provincetown. All rooms are decorated in the English country house style and feature all modern amenities including flat ...