Hop on Hop off Sightseeing Bus Tour NYC Unlimited Day Pass
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Hop on one of our Double Decker buses for an exciting Day Tour Hop- on Hop-off route that allows you to enjoy NYC view. Take part in the excitements, explore the sights, and make the most of your visit. Sightsee from atop our NYC sightseeing bus. We’ll introduce you to its hidden gems and special neighborhoods such as SoHo, Chinatown and lots more. While listening to informative and entertaining commentary with magnificent open top double decker bus with the perfect viewing and introduction to New York City. We offer group tickets and private charters to make planning a breeze. New York is one of the most thrilling and dynamic cities in the world, our tour cruises you around providing you a stunning view of the New York Skyline from every seat right at top New York attractions to see iconic landmarks such as Times Square, Empire State Building, The Brooklyn Bridge and lots more.
Operated by: NY Iconic Tours
Pass By: World Trade Center Memorial Foundation
View World Trade Center and sight one of city's iconic landmark. Our professional tour guide gives you a guided tour and narrates the historic stories of all the top New York City attractions that you see throughout your tour. Our tour help you make the most memorable experience of your sightseeing in New York.
Pass By: Empire State Building
Watch New York City come to life after dark on an evening tour by double-decker bus, and follow an exciting route through the heart of Midtown Manhattan’s highlights. See Times Square’s towering lights and capture unforgettable images of the Empire State Building’s bright spire, Enjoy our professional tour guide narration throughout the tour, learn about New York’s colorful history, and hear about life in a city that never sleeps.
Pass By: Brooklyn Bridge
View The Brooklyn Bridge, one of the most visited New York attractions and see the iconic landmark during your tour. Hear about the history of the bridge that changed the face of transportation. Witness how America's most iconic bridge has changed over the decades. See how the Brooklyn Bridge looms majestically over New York City's East River, linking the two boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Pass By: Statue of Liberty
Sit back, relax and enjoy breathtaking views of the NYC skyline while providing magical views of the Statue of Liberty on the Manhattan Bridge from our double decker bus open view which reward you with some of the most breathtaking city skyline views. Enjoy our professional tour guides narration of every detail.
Pass By: Manhattan Bridge
Enjoy our tour as you ride on one of three gorgeous bridges that connect Manhattan to Brooklyn. The Manhattan Bridge which is a suspension bridge that crosses the East River in New York City, connecting Lower Manhattan at Canal Street with Downtown Brooklyn at the Flatbush Avenue Extension. The main span is 1,480 ft long, with the suspension cables being 3,224 ft long. The bridge's total length is 6,855 ft. In fact, in the heart of New York City is a mighty monument to your struggles. It's called the Manhattan Bridge. The last structure of the city's first major period of bridge building, the Manhattan Bridge has spent its life in the shadow of its impressive older East River siblings, the Williamsburg and Brooklyn Bridges.
Pass By: Williamsburg Bridge
Sightsee the Williamsburg Bridge which was the longest suspension bridge in the world with its total length at 7,308 feet (2,227 m) when it opened in 1903. It is a suspension bridge in New York City across the East River connecting the Lower East Side of Manhattan at Delancey Street.
Pass By: SoHo
View SoHo, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Since the 1970s, the neighborhood has been the location of many artists'. A place where you browse, shop, and experience culture with a local flavor. Located west of Little Italy and bounded by Houston Street, West Broadway and Lafayette Street, SoHo. SoHo is short for “south of Houston Street.” Today, the neighborhood is famous for its upscale boutiques, artists, and cast-iron architecture.
Pass By: Little Italy
View where Italian immigrants moved a Manhattan neighborhood in the late 1800s. Where they brought their customs, food and language and heritage remains evident. The once the sprawling home of much of New York City's Italian population, Little Italy has become more of a bustling tourist destination than a residential neighborhood.
Pass By: Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal was built by and named for the New York Central Railroad; it also served the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad and, later, successors to the New York Central. Opened in 1913, the terminal was built on the site of two similarly-named predecessor stations, the first of which dates to 1871.
Pass By: Central Park
Central Park was the first landscaped public park in the United States. In 1853, the New York State Legislature enacted a law that set aside 775 acres of land in Manhattan from 59th to 106th Streets, between Fifth and Eighth Avenues to create the country's first major landscaped public park
Pass By: United Nations Headquarters
The United Nations is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, United States, and the complex has served as the official headquarters of the United Nations since its completion in 1951. It is in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan, on 17 to 18 acres (6.9 to 7.3 ha) of grounds overlooking the East River.
Pass By: Chrysler Building
The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco skyscraper on the East Side of Manhattan in New York City, at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue