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Sex and the City Tour Whips Followers into a Frenzy

Super saucy tour gives women what they really want...

It's been 10 years since Carry Bradshaw prowled New York's city streets. But some followers are still looking for ways to be like the stars of the uber-popular show, "Sex and the City." At least that's what an NYC Tour Company is hoping.

Talk about living out your secret fantasies.

Reuters - Sex and the CityReuters - Sex and the CityAll you have to do is pick your favorite star - Samantha, Charlotte, Miranda or Carrie - and the company will plan a 4-day tour around what she loved about New York City. Should you choose to go, your tour kicks off with a limo ride to the Plaza Athenee Hotel, exclusive boutique shopping and a party at Jimmy Choo.

Your second day begins with brunch at Cafeteria on Seventh (where you can sit at the same tables the cast members used). This is where the tour customizes around your favorite character. Charlotte followers can hang out at art galleries while Miranda wanna-bes can go for a jog in the park.

Throughout the tour you'll dine at Balthazar, Pastis and club at Bungalow 8. If you're a Samantha-devotee, expect a naughty excursion to a high-end sex shop.

The first tour is scheduled to begin May 29 and includes an exclusive viewing of the movie, "Sex and the City," on opening night - May 29.

Want to know how much the fun 4 days will hurt your bank account?

Balthazar's Cote de Boeuf: $79

Barneys' Marc Jacobs sunglasses: $240

Saks Fifth Avenue Armani skirt: $575

Bungalow 8's caviar: $1,200

Sex and the City Tour: $24,000
Admitting you'd spend that much to be just like Carrie Bradshaw: PRICELESS!

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I cannot wait for this movie! As the day the movie comes out approaches I get more and more excited.

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