Taxi Travel

Taxis are expensive and not particularly easy to arrange, especially in the evening. There's a taxi station at the airport and another at the ferry dock in Gustavia; from elsewhere you must contact a dispatcher in Gustavia or St-Jean. Fares are regulated by the Collectivity, and drivers accept both dollars and euros. If you go out to dinner by taxi, let the restaurant know if you will need a taxi at the end of the meal, and they will call one for you. Limo-style private car-and-driver service is available 24/7 through Taxi Prestige.

Contacts

Taxi Association. 0590/27–66–31.

Taxi Prestige. 0590/27–70–57; www.stbarts-limousine.com.

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