Make the most of your stay in New York with this comprehensive 5.5-hour sightseeing tour, exploring the main attractions in Manhattan and enjoying spectacular views along the way!
What to Expect
This 5.5-hour sightseeing tour of New York City features comfortable bus transportation and narration to ensure you get the most out of your New York experience.
Your driver will start the tour by taking you through Central Park West, where you can view the Dakota Building. From here, you will continue to the Upper West Side and Harlem. You will later drive past a number of famous New York museums including the American Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum.
Next, you will go into Midtown to drive along Fifth Avenue. Here, you will see the renowned Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall before stopping to view the Empire State Building. Continuing from the Flatiron Building, you will journey into Little Italy and take a stroll over to New York’s famous Chinatown. You will stop under the Brooklyn Bridge for a view of the Manhattan Bridge and Brooklyn.
The bus will then take you to Wall Street in the Financial District and stop at Battery Park for a view of the Statue of Liberty - those who would like to can end the tour here. The tour continues through the West Highway, where you’ll be able to see the site where the new World Trade Center is being built. You will later pass through the fancy Meatpacking District and take in a view of the Highline. Have lunch in one of the many restaurants in Chelsea Market. The tour ends at Herald Square. This tour features numerous photo stops for you to capture your New York experience!
- Guided tour - English, German, Italian or Spanish
What's Not Included
- Entrance tickets
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
Please note that the guides are not bilingual. If you would prefer a German tour, please make sure to specify this during booking.
The tour itinerary is subject to traffic conditions and modified during special events such as parades and the New York City Marathon.