Manhattan, Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn Tour in New York, United States
New York - city of contrasts tour is one of a kind experience! Visit and discover outside of Manhattan to places that are hidden and unheard of.
Apollo Theater - Harlem
Yankee Stadium - The Bronx
Joker Stairs - The Bronx
I Love The Bronx Mural - The Bronx
Flushing Meadows Corona Park - Queens
UniSphere - Queens
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Queens
Domino Park - Brooklyn
Little Italy - Manhattan
a driver (guide)
air-conditioned vehicle transportation
food & drinks
The tour will end with 2 drop off options:
1. Brooklyn Bridge (walk this famous 1.8 kilometer NYC bridge back to Manhattan)
2. Little Italy / China town (Downtown Manhattan)
Experience more of New York City’s most popular landmarks in this guided half-day tour. On board an air-conditioned vehicle, this brilliant tour visits NYC’s boroughs: the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn’s most famous sights. Our experienced tour guide entertains you with a variety of picturesque contrasts of architecture and lifestyle.
After getting on board, we will travel to the first stop in the prominent Jazz neighborhood of Harlem. The experience continues, heading North out of Manhattan into the Bronx to admire the grandeur of Yankee Stadium, home of the Yankees. The exploration of the Bronx continues to the “Joker Steps” and artistic murals-learning more about this famous street art and history of the Bronx.
Our exploration continues in Queens with a lively stroll at the fascinating Flushing Meadows Corona Park. U.S. open National Tennis Center, Citi Field NY Mets baseball stadium and UniSphere are there for you to admire.
Brooklyn is where we explore the Williamsburg neighborhood, the largest concentration of Hasidic Jews. The show continues down at Brooklyn’s waterfront, with a view of the world-famous panorama of Manhattan’s skyline and a pace at Domino park. This park’s architecture & landscape is a gorgeous way to admire the New York City bay and landmarks such as Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty & One World Trade Center.