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Romantic Central Park Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour

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  • Private Tour
  • Live Guide
  • 50 min

Central Park is probably the most famous and romantic park in the world. If you want to make a unique and special proposal or celebrate an anniversary, this ride is ideal. The tour includes a bottle of champagne to cheer for the  special occasion, a bucket of roses and pictures to memorize event!  If you would like to have a professional photographer take your photos during this special occasion, simply choose the options that comes with it. Following spots are popular for proposals:  •            Bow Bridge: The most famous place to propose ever! Some people call it The Bridge of Love!   •            Bethesda Fontaine & Terrace: This is likely the most recognizable place in Central Park.

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Stop At: NYC Adventures

59th Street is a crosstown street in the New York City borough of Manhattan, running from York Avenue/Sutton Place to the West Side Highway, with a discontinuity between Ninth Avenue/Columbus Avenue and Eighth Avenue/Central Park West where the Time Warner Center is located.

Stop At: Bow Bridge

The Bow Bridge is a cast iron bridge located in Central Park, New York City, crossing over The Lake and used as a pedestrian walkway. It is decorated with an interlocking circles banister, with eight planting urns on top of decorative bas-relief panels.

Stop At: Bethesda Fountain

The Bethesda Fountain, the gorgeous focal point of the Bethesda Terrace, is one of the largest fountains in New York, measuring twenty-six feet high by ninety-six feet wide. It is one of the most well known fountains in the world, and the statue at its center was the only sculpture to have been commissioned as a part of Central Park's original design. This neoclassical sculpture, also known as Angel of the Waters, features an eight-foot bronze angel who stands above four small cherubim representing health, purity, temperance, and peace. The angel herself carries a lily in one hand while the other remains outstretched, poised in the action of delivering a blessing on the water pouring from around her feet and into the basin at the bottom of the fountain. This is to commemorate the 1842 opening of the Croton Aqueduct, which supplied New York City with fresh water.