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Faites-vous accompagner par un guide touristique agréé de New York, qui descendra à chaque arrêt pour vous offrir une expérience touristique complète et plus privée

BUS DE LUXE

Montez dans des bus touristiques de luxe climatisés qui offrent une expérience de voyage confortable et agréable, ainsi qu'une protection contre les éléments météorologiques. Deux options de prix de bus : notre bus de luxe standard à toit fermé) ou mise à niveau vers un bus convertible à toit vitré/ouvert. Veuillez noter que les bus convertibles passent des toits ouverts aux toits en verre entre le 15 octobre et le 15 mars en raison des températures plus froides.

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Nous nous engageons à offrir une visite plus agréable de l'expérience. Notre visite Discover NY a reçu de nombreux prix reconnus par l'industrie!

PROMENADES GUIDÉES

Profitez de visites guidées à pied de 15 minutes des lieux emblématiques de New York - Central Park, Rockefeller Center, 9/11 Memorial et plus !

BALADE EN FERRY

Faites un trajet en ferry pour une vue imprenable sur les toits de New York depuis l'eau !
Ville: La ville de New York
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Ce qui est inclu
Spectacle polynésien
Un Mai Tai signature
Musique hawaïenne en direct
Café et thé
Transportation With Luxury Tour Bus
The Staten Island Ferry
Expert Local Tour Guide Narrative
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Animaux d'assistance autorisés
  • Des transports en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les bébés sont obligatoires pour s'asseoir sur les genoux d'un adulte
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de condition physique
  • Choisissez entre deux options de bus : toit fermé (standard) ou toit en verre/ouvert (surclassement)
  • Les bus décapotables passent des toits ouverts aux toits en verre entre le 15 octobre et le 15 mars en raison des températures plus froides
  • Masques faciaux fournis aux voyageurs
  • Régulièrement désinfectés zones de circulation
  • Équipement/équipement désinfecté entre chaque utilisation
  • Véhicules de transport régulièrement désinfectés
  • Paiements sans contact pour les pourboires et les suppléments
À quoi s'attendre
1
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
2
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
3
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
4
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
5
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
6
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
7
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
8
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
9
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
10
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
11
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
12
New Gansevoort Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
13
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
14
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
15
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
16
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
17
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
18
New York Public Library
Drive-by
19
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
20
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
21
Trinity Church
Walk-by
22
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
23
SoHo
Drive-through
24
Little Italy
Drive-through
25
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
26
Battery Park
Drive-through
27
Diamond District
Drive-by
28
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
29
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
30
Chinatown
Drive-through
31
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
32
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
33
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
34
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
35
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
36
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
37
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
38
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
39
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
40
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
41
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
42
New Gansevoort Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
43
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
44
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
45
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
46
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
47
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
48
New York Public Library
Drive-by
49
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
50
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
51
Trinity Church
Walk-by
52
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
53
SoHo
Drive-through
54
Little Italy
Drive-through
55
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
56
Battery Park
Drive-through
57
Diamond District
Drive-by
58
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
59
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
60
Chinatown
Drive-through
61
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
62
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
63
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
64
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
65
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
66
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
67
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
68
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
69
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
70
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
71
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
72
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
73
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
74
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
75
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
76
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
77
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
78
New York Public Library
Drive-by
79
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
80
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
81
Trinity Church
Walk-by
82
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
83
SoHo
Drive-through
84
Little Italy
Drive-through
85
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
86
Battery Park
Drive-through
87
Diamond District
Drive-by
88
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
89
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
90
Chinatown
Drive-through
91
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
92
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
93
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
94
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
95
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
96
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
97
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
98
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
99
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
100
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
101
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
102
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
103
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
104
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
105
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
106
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
107
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
108
New York Public Library
Drive-by
109
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
110
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
111
Trinity Church
Walk-by
112
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
113
SoHo
Drive-through
114
Little Italy
Drive-through
115
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
116
Battery Park
Drive-through
117
Diamond District
Drive-by
118
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
119
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
120
Chinatown
Drive-through
121
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
122
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
123
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
124
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
125
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
126
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
127
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
128
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
129
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
130
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
131
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
132
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
133
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
134
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
135
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
136
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
137
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
138
New York Public Library
Drive-by
139
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
140
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
141
Trinity Church
Walk-by
142
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
143
SoHo
Drive-through
144
Little Italy
Drive-through
145
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
146
Battery Park
Drive-through
147
Diamond District
Drive-by
148
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
149
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
150
Chinatown
Drive-through
151
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
152
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
153
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
154
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
155
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
156
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
157
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
158
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
159
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
160
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
161
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
162
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
163
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
164
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
165
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
166
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
167
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
168
New York Public Library
Drive-by
169
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
170
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
171
Trinity Church
Walk-by
172
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
173
SoHo
Drive-through
174
Little Italy
Drive-through
175
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
176
Battery Park
Drive-through
177
Diamond District
Drive-by
178
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
179
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
180
Chinatown
Drive-through
181
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
182
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
183
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
184
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
185
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
186
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
187
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
188
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
189
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
190
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
191
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
192
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
193
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
194
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
195
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
196
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
197
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
198
New York Public Library
Drive-by
199
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
200
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
201
Trinity Church
Walk-by
202
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
203
SoHo
Drive-through
204
Little Italy
Drive-through
205
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
206
Battery Park
Drive-through
207
Diamond District
Drive-by
208
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
209
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
210
Chinatown
Drive-through
211
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
212
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
213
Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
214
The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
215
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
216
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
217
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
218
Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
219
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
220
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
221
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
222
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
223
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
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Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
225
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
226
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
227
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
228
New York Public Library
Drive-by
229
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
230
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
231
Trinity Church
Walk-by
232
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
233
SoHo
Drive-through
234
Little Italy
Drive-through
235
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
236
Battery Park
Drive-through
237
Diamond District
Drive-by
238
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
239
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
240
Chinatown
Drive-through
241
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
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Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
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Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
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The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
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Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
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St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
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Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
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Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
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Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
250
MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
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Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
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New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
254
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
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Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
256
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
257
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
258
New York Public Library
Drive-by
259
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
260
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
261
Trinity Church
Walk-by
262
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
263
SoHo
Drive-through
264
Little Italy
Drive-through
265
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
266
Battery Park
Drive-through
267
Diamond District
Drive-by
268
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
269
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
270
Chinatown
Drive-through
271
Times Square
Starts Daily at 9 am and 10 am Duration: 6 Hours Departs/Ends on 7th Avenue (50th/51st) Open-Top or Glass-Top Convertible Bus
272
Strawberry Fields, John Lennon Memorial
After a drive through the Times Square area, the first stop is at Central Park West and 72nd Street, at the Dakota Building (former home of John Lennon). The stop includes a short guided walk into Central Park to visit the Strawberry Fields with the Imagine mosaic dedicated to John Lennon, as well as the views of other sites in the area such as the luxury condominiums that numerous celebrities call home. We'll also drive by Central Park Zoo, famous Plaza Hotel and Carnegie Hall.
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Central Park
Part of a guided tour of Strawberry Fields
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The Dakota
Part of the guided tour of Strawberry Fields
275
Rockefeller Center
The second stop on the tour is Rockefeller Center, for views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the location of the ice skating rink and Christmas Tree, and NBC's Today Show set.
276
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Walk-by as part of the Rockefeller Center stop
277
Madison Square Park
The third stop is Madison Square Park - the original location of Madison Square Garden Arena. This area provides spectacular views of dramatic architecture featured in numerous books and films: the Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama), and the Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Day). The tour continues with a drive through some of the iconic NYC's neighborhoods, such as Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown, and the Financial District.
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Empire State Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
279
Flatiron Building
Seen from Madison Square Park (outside only)
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MetLife Building
Seen from Madison Square Park
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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
The fourth stop is the World Trade Center, as we visit the 9/11 Memorial. The tour does not include entry into the 9/11 Museum, but visitors can walk the grounds of the Memorial, visit the waterfalls of "Reflecting Absence," (the footprints of where the original twin towers stood), and see the Survivor Tree that stood through the destruction of 9/11.
282
Gansevoort Liberty Market
45-minute lunch stop at Gansevoort Liberty Market, located near the 9/11 Memorial and World Trade Center (not included in the tour price)
283
New York Harbor
The fifth stop is a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry to experience magnificent views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline! Please note that in the off-season, between Jan 1 - March 31, in lieu of boat cruise, guests will (weather permitting) visit Pier 17 for a photo opp of the Brooklyn Bridge and Robert F Wagner Park in Battery Park for views of the Statue of Liberty from Manhattan.
284
Ellis Island
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
285
Brooklyn Bridge
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
286
Fifth Avenue
Drive-through
287
Statue of Liberty
Seen from the Staten Island Ferry
288
New York Public Library
Drive-by
289
Radio City Music Hall
Drive-by
290
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Drive-by
291
Trinity Church
Walk-by
292
Greenwich Village
Drive-through
293
SoHo
Drive-through
294
Little Italy
Drive-through
295
Seaport District NYC
Drive-through
296
Battery Park
Drive-through
297
Diamond District
Drive-by
298
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Drive-by
299
Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex
Drive-through
300
Chinatown
Drive-through
301
Times Square
Commence tous les jours à 9h et 10h Durée : 6 Heures Départ/arrivée sur la 7e avenue (50e/51e) Bus décapotable à toit ouvert ou à toit vitré
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Champs de fraises, John Lennon Memorial
Après avoir traversé le quartier de Times Square, le premier arrêt est à Central Park West et 72nd Street, au Dakota Building (ancienne maison de John Lennon). L'arrêt comprend une courte promenade guidée dans Central Park pour visiter les Strawberry Fields avec la mosaïque Imagine dédiée à John Lennon, ainsi que les vues d'autres sites de la région tels que les condominiums de luxe que de nombreuses célébrités habitent. Nous passerons également par le zoo de Central Park, le célèbre hôtel Plaza et le Carnegie Hall.
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Parc central
Dans le cadre d'une visite guidée de Strawberry Fields
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Le Dakota
Une partie de la visite guidée de Strawberry Fields
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centre Rockefeller
La deuxième étape de la visite est le Rockefeller Center, pour une vue sur la cathédrale Saint-Patrick, l'emplacement de la patinoire et de l'arbre de Noël, et le plateau Today Show de NBC.
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Cathédrale Saint-Patrick
Visite à pied dans le cadre de l'arrêt du Rockefeller Center
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Parc de Madison Square
Le troisième arrêt est Madison Square Park - l'emplacement d'origine de Madison Square Garden Arena. Cette zone offre des vues spectaculaires sur l'architecture dramatique présentée dans de nombreux livres et films : le Flatiron Building (Godzilla, Spider-Man), la Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower (The Runaway Skyscraper, Futurama) et l'Empire State Building (King Kong, Independence Jour). La visite se poursuit par une promenade dans certains des quartiers emblématiques de New York, tels que Greenwich Village, Soho, Chinatown et le quartier financier.
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Empire State Building
Vu du Madison Square Park (extérieur uniquement)
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Flatiron Bâtiment
Vu du Madison Square Park (extérieur uniquement)
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Bâtiment MetLife
Vu du Madison Square Park
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Le mémorial et musée national du 11 septembre
Le quatrième arrêt est le World Trade Center, alors que nous visitons le mémorial du 11 septembre. La visite n'inclut pas l'entrée au musée du 11 septembre, mais les visiteurs peuvent se promener sur le terrain du mémorial, visiter les cascades de "Reflecting Absence" (les empreintes de l'endroit où se trouvaient les tours jumelles d'origine) et voir l'arbre survivant qui résisté à la destruction du 11 septembre.
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Marché de la liberté de Gansevoort
Arrêt déjeuner de 45 minutes au Gansevoort Liberty Market, situé près du mémorial du 11 septembre et du World Trade Center (non inclus dans le prix du voyage)
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Port de New York
Le cinquième arrêt est une promenade en bateau sur le ferry de Staten Island pour découvrir une vue magnifique sur les toits de Manhattan et de Brooklyn ! Veuillez noter qu'en basse saison, entre le 1er janvier et le 31 mars, au lieu d'une croisière en bateau, les clients visiteront (si le temps le permet) le quai 17 pour une séance photo du pont de Brooklyn et du parc Robert F Wagner à Battery Park pour une vue sur la Statue de la Liberté de Manhattan.
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l'île d'Ellis
Vu du ferry de Staten Island
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le pont de Brooklyn
Vu du ferry de Staten Island
316
Fifth Avenue
Ciné-parc
317
Statue de la Liberté
Vu du ferry de Staten Island
318
Bibliothèque publique de New York
Conduit par
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Radio City Music Hall
Conduit par
320
Lincoln Center pour les arts du spectacle
Conduit par
321
Église de la Trinité
Marcher
322
Greenwich village
Ciné-parc
323
SoHo
Ciné-parc
324
Petite Italie
Ciné-parc
325
Quartier du port de New York
Ciné-parc
326
Parc de la batterie
Ciné-parc
327
Quartier du Diamant
Conduit par
328
Musée intrépide de la mer, de l'air et de l'espace
Conduit par
329
Complexe sportif et de divertissement Chelsea Piers
Ciné-parc
330
quartier chinois
Ciné-parc
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Commentaires (1000)
Torey_S
Dec 2022
This guided tour was top notch! The smaller, upscale, vehicle allowed for optimal comfort, prevented overcrowding, and allowed a more personalized and intimate experience. Steve was our Guide and Tony was our Driver. I cannot say enough positive things about these two. Their energy, knowledge, and punctuation were their greatest attributes. If you’re considering booking a guided tour, skip the big buses and support the smaller guys. Same city, same idea, better execution.
Theresa_R
Dec 2022
Hearing all about the unique things in New York City. I wish they would have included Harlem history and Coney Island. But overall a great experience.
Nelia_E
Dec 2022
Joey was an absolutely fantastic tour guide. In fact, I told him he could be a historian because he knew SO MUCH about the history of NYC. He made the trip fun and informative and we had a wonderful time. Gustavo was also an excellent bus driver, so my daughter and I were in good hands all around!

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