Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley

1-800-342-2349

Travel Agency—Monroeville

1-800-334-9937

Tips for Travelers

 

Reservations for our scheduled tours should be made as early as possible and can be arranged by phone, mail, in person, or online. A space will not be held for you until we receive your payment or deposit.

 

If you are mailing your payment, please be sure to include the following information: Date and name of tour you wish to book Full name of each passenger Full address including city and zip code Full phone number including area code Your boarding location Your traveling companion or roommate (if applicable).

 

Lenzner/Coach USA Tours will provide confirmation of one-day tours 7-10 days before travel.

 

Pickups are available in the Pittsburgh area. For more information, please view the individual tour descriptions because each of the tours have different pickup locations and departure times based on the direction of the tour.

 

We offer free, unsecured parking facilities for our customers at our Mt. Nebo location for all tours. We take no responsibility for vehicles parked in the Lenzner parking lot or other points of departure.

 

Smart Travel Tips

 

We have comprised a list of tips that will make your trip more enjoyable and stress free.

 

Before You Go:

  • Select casual and comfortable attire and walking shoes for daytime travel. Any required dress code will be noted to you on trip itinerary or final confirmation.

  • Since it is difficult to keep the temperature in a motorcoach at a level that is comfortable for everyone, a light jacket is suggested

  • Always pack an extra 24-hours worth of medications that you may need while away. Never pack medications in "checked" baggage.

  • It is a good idea to bring a small bag with emergency essentials such as Aspirin/Tylenol, Band-Aids, Imodium, insect repellent and bug bite sticks.

  • If your trip involves crossing the US / Canadian border, passengers must haave a valid passport, passcard, or enhanced driver's license (Michigan residents).   Any other international travel requires a Passport valid for 6 months after the return date of trip.

  • Take a pen/pencil and something to write on.

  • Advise your friends and family of your itinerary, name, address and phone number of your destinations (if applicable) and, at the same time, take a list of phone numbers from home that your may need to contact in case of an emergency.

  • Do not place valuables, including jewelry, cameras, car keys, prescription medicines, etc., in any suitcase that will not be kept with you at your seat. While we make every effort to safeguard your belongings, frequently the bags are out of our control when being loaded, unloaded, or transported to a hotel room.

 

During your trip:

  • Listen carefully to all driver's and/or tour guide's instructions. They may contain information that could be important to enjoying your trip.

  • Write down information your driver gives you about where and when he/she is going to be picking you up and a brief description of the location.

  • Never go into an area about which you are unsure, or where there are no other travelers around. Try and ask for information and/or directions from reliable sources such as policemen, doormen, shopkeepers, travel agents, hotel and restaurant personnel, taxi drivers, or others who work with the public.

  • When searching for a restroom; most hotels, department stores, chain restaurants, and tourist/travel centers welcome travelers.

  • Be courteous to natives of the city/country you are visiting; be aware of their customs and differences in life styles. Remember you are a visitor and should respect the hospitality of your host.

  • Introduce yourself and your traveling companion(s) to others on the bus. Coach travel is an excellent way to make new friends

 

After your trip:

  • Thoroughly check your seat and overhead compartment on the coach for all personal belongings. We are not responsible for any articles left on any coach.

  • Look carefully at the luggage you have upon your return to make sure it belongs to you. Many suitcases look alike and can easily be confused - check carefully before you leave with the wrong suitcase.

 

Optional Travel Insurance

 

Consider purchasing the optional travel insurance plan. For the full coverage terms and details, including limitations and exclusions, go to: https://policy.travelexinsurance.com/312A-1217 to view/download the Policy. The purchase of this product is not required in order to purchase any other travel product or service. Your travel retailer might not be licensed to sell travel insurance and will only be able to provide general information about the product. An unlicensed travel retailer may not answer questions about the terms and conditions of the insurance offered and may not evaluate the adequacy of your existing insurance coverage. The products being offered provide insurance coverage that only applies during your covered trip. You may have insurance coverage from other sources that provide similar benefits but may be subject to different restrictions depending upon the coverage. You may wish to compare the terms of the travel policy offered through Travelex with any existing life, health, home and automobile insurance policies you may have. If you have questions about your coverage under your existing insurance policies, contact your insurer or insurance agent or broker. Travel Insurance is underwritten by, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company (formerlly known as Stonewall Insurance Company); NAIC #22276. SST

 

Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley

110 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA 15143

1-800-342-2349

Office Hours: 8:00 am—7:00 pm (Monday—Friday)

Travel Agency—Monroeville

254 Monroeville Mall, Monroeville, PA 15146

1-800-334-9937

Office Hours: 9:00 am—5:00 pm (Monday-Friday)

11:00 am—3:00 pm (Saturday)