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From Manhattan: Full-Day NYC Boroughs and Coney Island Tour

1. From Manhattan: Full-Day NYC Boroughs and Coney Island Tour

Traveling by comfortable motor coach and accompanied by your professional, licensed NYC bilingual tour guide, your day will start in the borough of Manhattan, known as “the city”, with a ride through Harlem in Upper Manhattan. You’ll learn about the development of this diverse neighborhood and see historic sites, such as the world-renowned Apollo Theater, the debut venue for many performers such as Ella Fitzgerland, The Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye and many others. Next, you’ll travel north, to the borough of the Bronx, where you’ll see the home of one of the most famous baseball teams in the world: The New York Yankees! You’ll also learn about the birth of hip hop and view original street art while walking along the streets.  The tour continues across the East River into the borough of Queens, one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the US, whose residents speak over 100 languages. You’ll pass through the exclusive Malba neighborhood, with its many beautiful homes, and visit Flushing Meadows Park, home of the US Open (one of the oldest tennis championships in the world), as well as the New York Mets baseball team and the Unisphere (leftover from the 1964 World’s Fair). You will then proceed to visit the borough of Brooklyn, viewing the neighborhoods of Williamsburg and Crown Heights, home to one of the largest Hasidic Jewish communities outside of Israel, alongside a younger, gentrifying non-Jewish population. Afterwards, you’ll head down to world famous Coney Island, a destination for New Yorkers for generations, seeking fun and relaxation. Weather permitting, you’ll have an opportunity to explore the boardwalk, and to have lunch at the original, legendary Nathan’s restaurant. Finally, you’ll head back over the East River, passing by the historic Brooklyn Bridge, on your return into Manhattan. Please note that the day’s itinerary is subject to traffic conditions and may be modified due to time constraints.

NYC: New York, City of Contrasts Exclusive Spanish Tour

2. NYC: New York, City of Contrasts Exclusive Spanish Tour

On an exclusive Spanish-language tour, you'll be picked up at the entrance of one of 3 Midtown hotels: Millennium Broadway, Pennsylvania, or Wellington. Choose which location is most convenient for you. Then, head north in Manhattan, going through the neighborhood of Harlem and crossing into the Bronx. Visit the Yankee Stadium, home of the legendary NYC baseball team, and take a restroom, picture-taking, and shopping break. Continue to Grand Concourse Avenue and enter the famous police Precinct 42. Proceed to the South Bronx to see graffiti and street art masterpieces. Hear the stories behind each of the most famous pieces, snapping photos along the way. Head then to Queens, the largest and most multicultural borough in New York. See the most expensive neighbor out of Manhattan, MALBA. The next stop is Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. There you'll find the Mets' Stadium and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The last stop in Queens will be on Roosevelt Avenue, one of the borough’s main streets. See firsthand how immigration and culture prevails in a neighborhood replete with multicultural stores and restaurants. The last borough to visit is Brooklyn, where you’ll see the Jewish Quarters in Williamsburg, a stark contrast from the trendy areas made famous by movies and TV shows. Finally, head to the Manhattan Bridge where you can decide where to end the tour. The first option is to stay close by and walk towards the Brooklyn Bridge, where you can then visit the neighborhood Dumbo and walk over the bridge to enjoy stunning panoramic views as you cross into Manhattan on foot. Or, you can stay in the vehicle and cross the Manhattan Bridge to arrive in Chinatown and Little Italy, where you'll find the best Italian food in NYC.

New York: La Guardia Airport Private Limousine Transfer

3. New York: La Guardia Airport Private Limousine Transfer

Ensure your first moments in New York are classy and comfortable by pre-booking a private limousine transfer from the airport to your accommodation in Manhattan, Queens, or Brooklyn. Upon your arrival at the airport, meet your private chauffeur who will be waiting for you and your loved ones to take you on to your hotel. Climb into a luxury stretch limousine and take in the sights of Manhattan as you make your way to your final destination. Listen to Frank Sinatra's best songs or sit back with a cold soft drink during the journey as you chat with your family or friends. Feel free to ask your chauffeur for tips and recommendations to make your visit even greater.

New York City: Brooklyn, Queens and Bronx Tour in Spanish

4. New York City: Brooklyn, Queens and Bronx Tour in Spanish

Encounter the Greek, Italian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern and Slavic communities of New York on a tour of 3 of its famous boroughs.  In the Bronx, stop at Yankee Stadium and go to Fort Apache to look at the work of the local graffiti artists. Cross the Whitestone Bridge to Queens to admire the upscale homes of Malba on the East River. Pause in Flushing Meadow Park and continue to Astoria where the Greek community lives.  Explore the hip neighborhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, and discover the home of one of the city's Hasidic Jewish communities. See the artistic graffiti murals in Bushwick and finish with a view of the famous Brooklyn bridges.

From Manhattan: "City of Contrasts" 5-Hour Cultural Tour

5. From Manhattan: "City of Contrasts" 5-Hour Cultural Tour

After meeting up with your guide, you will venture out of Manhattan and into the Bronx to admire Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees. You will then continue through the Bronx streets, filled with graffiti and artistic murals where you will learn more about the famous street art and its history. Following the Bronx, enter Queens and stop at the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, where the NY Mets baseball stadium "Citi Field" is located. Pass the National Tennis Center where the U.S. Open tennis matches occur, as well as the "Uni-Sphere," which appeared in the movie "Men in Black." Continue the tour in Brooklyn. Arrive at the Brooklyn Waterfront, which will provide you with an amazing panorama of Manhattan’s world-famous skyline and local restaurants to grab a bite to eat. Before the end of the tour, the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg is on the agenda. This neighborhood is home to the largest concentration of Hasidic Jews in New York.

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What people are saying about Queens

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 368 reviews

Our guide, Jorge, was both entertaining and informative. There was an incident that a lady who was traveling with my group did not anticipate. While at Nathan’s in Coney Island, a man bumped into her with such force that it knocked her to the ground. It was unprovoked and seemed intentional. People around her were shocked that this happened in the open where many people frequent. Fortunately, she was able to continue the trip. All your guides need to make the clients aware of the possible dangers of any public places and the need to be aware of their surroundings.

We - my granddaughter and I - did this tour on April 20th, 2022 and are extremely enthusiastic. The team of bus driver and tour guide were great. She kept telling stories, but always informative and really interesting! You should have done this tour through the 4 areas of New York to get a better impression of the city.

The tour and the tour guide (Jorge) were great, but you need to correct the address of the departure point in your printed and emailed information. You listed the point of departure as being on WEST 42nd Street. That's wrong -- it's EAST 42nd Street. In New York, that makes a big difference! We almost missed the bus!

This is worthwhile! It was our 6th visit to NYC; I wish we had done it earlier. We learned a great deal and broadened our view of New York.

O Tour ultrapassou muito as nossas expecativas. Guia excelente!