No trip to New York would be complete without visiting and learning about one of the most important monuments in the world, the Statue of Liberty, along with the Immigration Museum at Ellis Island.
- Get to know the most popular boroughs in New York City: Brooklyn, the Bronx, Harlem, and Queens
- Impressive views of the Brooklyn Bridge
- Learn about the Hispanic, Muslim, African-American, and Jewish culture
- Visit the Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn
- Learn about the famous Yankee Stadium
- Get to know the famous and fun Coney Island
- Duration: 7 Hours
Get to know the different sides of the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens!
On this tour, you will get to know the different sides of the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens. This tour will take you to some of the neighborhoods where you can get to know a little more about the Hispanic, Muslim, African-American, and Jewish neighborhoods and culture throughout the city.
Your day will start with a quick ride through Harlem in uptown Manhattan, where you’ll see important historic sites such as the Apollo Theater. Crossing over to the Bronx, you’ll see the home of the world famous New York Yankees, learn about the birth of Hip-Hop, see examples of street art and more.
Next we will head into Queens and the affluent neighborhood of Malba, with its beautiful homes, then over to Flushing Meadows Park, home of the U.S. Open, New York Mets, and the Unisphere, where you’ll have opportunities to take photos.
The tour will then move on to Brooklyn, where we’ll stop by Williamsburg and Crown Height, one of the largest Hasidic communities outside of Israel. Afterwards we head down to world famous Coney Island, a destination for New Yorkers seeking fun and relaxation for over 100 years. Here, if weather permits, you’ll have time to explore the boardwalk, and grab a bite to eat. Finally we will head back towards Manhattan passing by the Brooklyn Bridge. Pay close attention to your guide, who will give you interesting information about the building of this bridge and its importance through the history of the city. If you choose, you can end your tour here so you’ll have time to admire the different views of city as well as to take stunning pictures. For those continuing, tour will end at the drop off point in Manhattan.
Monday, Thursday and Saturday
8:30 a.m. Outside of the Grand Hyatt NY Hotel, next to Grand Central Station. Subway stations: 4,5,6,7, S
- Bilingual guide
- Transportation from meeting point
- Optional tips
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Food and drinks