New York Sightseeing All Loops hop on hop of tour

Price from: 39 €
Duration: 2 days

Live commentary in ENGLISH plus recorded narration in 11 languages NEW!

Customers will have the option to listen to a live tour guide in English OR enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in their choice of English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Mandarin, Russian, Japanese, Korean or Hebrew. The recorded tour content and narration is enhanced with music and sound effects, mimicking the street sounds of NYC.

VALID FOR 48 HOURS FROM TIME WHEN TICKET IS ISSUED

Offers the best sights in Manhattan with hop-on, hop-off service at over 30 stops and connecting transfer points to switch from one tour loop to another.

Downtown Tour: Views of Times Square, Empire State Building, United Nations, South Street Seaport, Financial District, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown, Site of the World Trade Center and Wall Street.

Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour: Views of Fifth Avenue, Museum Mile, The Dakota, Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center, Central Park, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Guggenheim, Frick Collection, Apollo Theater, Museum of Natural History, Museum of Modern Art, Harlem Market

Brooklyn Tour: A hop-on, hop-off tour will stop at Brooklyn Promenade/ Cadman Plaza, Atlantic Avenue, Barclay Center, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Public Library, Fort Greene Park and Brooklyn Academy of Music. Customers will also see Old Fulton Landing, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline.

Bronx Tour: The Bronx - known at “da Bronx” - birthplace of hip-hop, tap dancing and breakdancing;

home to the Grand Concourse (1909) modeled on Paris’s Champs-Elysees and Yankee Stadium. The tour begins at the Grant’s Tomb. En-route to the Bronx you will view more neighborhoods of Harlem and Upper Manhattan. Your tour guide will provide information about the history, culture and diverse population of the Bronx. At the only hop-off stop you can get off and see the Yankee Stadium, home to the 27-time World Series Champions, the New York Yankees.

Night Tour: Enjoy a magnificent display of neon spectacles through the heart of Times Square atop a double-decker bus! Also marvel at the memorable views of Chinatown, Empire State Building, Soho, Little Italy, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and more!

Lights of the Holiday Tour: During the holiday season the Night Tour becomes a "Lights of the Holiday" Tour, featuring animated window displays & holiday decorations at New York's famous department stores, giant tree at Rockefeller Center and Manhattan’s other unique sights during holidays.

CitySightseeing New York® Hop-On, Hop-Off Ferry: Enjoy the fun & flexibility of hop-on, hop-off by sea! Learn about NYC with guided tour commentary while traveling from stop to stop. This service will operate with three stops:

1. World Financial District, 199 Vesey Street (connection to Downtown Tour at stop #12, Park Row)

2. Pier 11, Wall Street and South Street (connection to Downtown Tour at stop #14, South Street Seaport)

3. Dumbo, Fulton Street and Furman Street, Brooklyn (connection to Brooklyn Tour at stop #1, Brooklyn Promenade)

Museum of the City of New York: The Museum of the City of New York embraces the past, present, and future of New York City and celebrates the city’s cultural diversity through rich collections, a lively schedule of exhibitions and an array of programs for adults and children. The Museum is dedicated to fostering an understanding of New York’s evolution from its origins as a settlement of a few hundred Europeans, Africans and Native Americans to its present status as one of the world’s largest and most important cities.

NEW Value-added Eat and Play Card included: The Eat and Play Card is an NYC vacation savings program, designed to enrich New York City visitors’ experience by providing exclusive access to savings across the full range of in-destination expenses: dining, attractions, entertainment, shopping and more. Each card is valid for up to 4 people and can be used again and again for the duration of an entire NYC stay (card will expire 30 days after first use). The card works on “show and save” basis at any participating location. Customers will receive percentage-based discount off the entire bill when they present the card to merchant at the time of purchase.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Downtown Tour Hop-on, hop-off

Tour Length Approx. 3 hours

Departures Daily

From 8am - 6pm (frequent departures) except November 27nd (10am-6pm) and December 31st (8am-3pm)

Departs From 50th Street and 8th Avenue

Uptown Treasures & Harlem Tour Hop-on, hop off

Tour Length Approx. 2 hours

Departures Daily

From 9am-5pm (frequent departures) except November 27nd (9:30am-6pm) and December 31st (9am-3pm)

Departs From 8th Avenue between 42nd & 43rd Streets

Brooklyn Tour Hop-on, hop-off

Tour Length Approx. 2 hours

Departures Daily

From 10:30am-3:30 pm every 30 minutes

Departs From Park Row (Downtown Tour Stop #12 -250 Broadway)

Bronx Tour Hop-off at one stop

Tour Length Approx. 2 hours

Departures Daily

From 10:00 am - 4:00 pm hourly from Grant’s Tomb - connect with Uptown Tour at stop #28

Night Tour Not hop-on, hop-off

Tour Length Approx. 2 hours

Departures Daily

6:30pm (winter), 7:00pm, 7:30pm, 8:00pm

Departs From 7th Avenue between 41st & 42nd Streets and 46th Street and Broadway

Lights of the Holiday Tour Not hop-on, hop-off

Tour Length Approx. 2 hours

Departures Daily, between Nov. 28, 2014 & Jan. 2, 2015 (replaces Night Tour during the winter schedule)

7:00pm, 7:30pm, 8:00pm

Departs From 7th Avenue between 41st & 42nd Streets and Broadway between

47th & 48th Streets

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The Brooklyn bridge - You have to walk the Bridge
jwatrel , New Jersey, 2015-05-22
If there is one thing you have to do when visiting New York is a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge. A great way to work off that meal you just ate or just for the scenic view for picture taking. It is so... read full review
The Brooklyn bridge - What's Not to Love
archman8 , West Sand Lake, New York, United States, 2015-05-22
Very enjoyable and exciting leisurely stroll across the river (one mile long). Spectacular views of the City, other bridges, SoL, ships, etc. Very picturesque and photo-worthy, so bring your camera... read full review
The Brooklyn bridge - Take the time to walk across...
NPreethi , 2015-05-22
This bridge is definitely worth visiting. I took the subway across to Brooklyn and had some dinner before walking across the bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan. Like other reviewers have said, the... read full review
South Street Seaport - This May be the best attraction in NYC
Bob P , Closter, New Jersey, 2015-05-17
The Seaport is the best recreation of the maritime history of New York City. I never tired of going there for a few hours for the official attractions and the interesting surroundings. read full review
South Street Seaport - Beautiful place!
browneyedowl , Milton Keynes, United Kingdom, 2015-05-02
We stumbled on Seaport by pure chance when walking from Wall Street to the Brooklyn Bridge. It's a lovely, charming little area with some cute boutiques and cafes. Cobbled streets which are so out... read full review
South Street Seaport - Quaint with Character
Sandy H , Memphis, Tennessee, 2015-04-24
Loved the area down by the wharf. Enjoyed the food and shopping area and especially the friendly people. Great restaurants in the area around wharf. Great food read full review
Fort Greene Park - Nice park skip the general area
Ptdavo , Sydney, Australia, 2015-04-20
Crossed the Brooklyn Bridge and walked here, obviously the wrong way as we were constantly looking behind us ( for fear of our lives) the streets are filthy littered with rubbish and dog poo... read full review
Fort Greene Park - Tree lined streets in the City and WHAT A SCHOOL!
bestofspain , Marbella, Spain, 2015-02-13
Growing up in Park Slope Brooklyn, the nearby tree lined streets and good high schools were of most importance. My parents were understanding - "you want to be dumb, forget it and save money and... read full review
Fort Greene Park - Beautiful Residential Architecture
kitty567 , New York, 2014-12-31
Fort Green has some of the the city's most beautiful architecture. Take a lovely stroll through the blocks between Dekalb Ave and Lafayette Avenue. Start at the Masonic Temple and the ornate St Anne... read full review
Empire State Building - organized well
Lrhode2 , 2015-05-22
they really have this thing down pat. entered with ease we had the headphone thingy to do all the explaining so we could do it all at our leisure without a boring tour guide and the views were... read full review
Empire State Building - impressive with good views
186402Merlin , Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2015-05-22
We were lucky to visit around 4pm and the queue wasn't too bad so decided to enjoy the view, then the sunset, then the lights coming on after dark. All staff were very friendly and helpful. The... read full review
Empire State Building - Bit of a free for all!
Angela W , 2015-05-22
We felt like herded sheep and couldn't get close to the edge for a decent photo as there were just far too many people up there. We had the sky ride first which we weren't expecting but turned out to... read full review
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