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Experience New York City Tours

With your New York City Tours, experience the city that never sleeps and remains the leader of the urban pack, with an adrenaline-charged atmosphere and constant throng of city-slickers giving this town a unique vibe that can't be replicated. Experience Age-old attractions on your New York Day Tours like the Met, Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art which are cultural meccas for creatives the world over, while the decadent lanes of Wall Street and the Lower East Side evoke an old-world charm of years gone by. Whether you're after street eats or fine dining, parks or pavements, luxe boutiques, or vintage street markets, you'll find it all and more in the big apple on your New York City Sightseeing Tours.
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Our tips for New York City

  • Get tipping. America's wages for bar and wait staff are notoriously low so tipping for these services is a must. Around 15% in tips is standard, while anything over 20% guarantees an attentive waiter all night long.
  • Tread carefully. Visitors should be aware of the traffic rules. Traffic in this city is choc-a-bloc so keep alert when navigating city streets.
  • Think before you drink. The legal drinking age in the United States is 21 and over.
  • Get off the Island. There are plenty of things to do in the city outside of Manhattan. Consider embarking on some New York sightseeing tours to the city's outer boroughs. Brooklyn offers chic, budget-friendly hotel stays while Queen's eclectic culture brings it to the top of Lonely Planet's 2015 USA Destination Guide.
  • Stay safe. Don’t get on an empty subway car. Whether it’s spilled fluids or broken air-conditioning, it’s empty for a reason, and you could be risking your safety by boarding. For assistance in any emergency situation, dial 911. In the evenings walk in well-lit areas and stay alert and wary around strangers, especially if you’re traveling solo.

Good to know

An immigrant city at its core, the city's avenues are home to more than 200 ethnicities in a mega mishmash of culture that just works. Famously called New York City or NYC, the city has the most population in the United States. More than 8 million people call this city home. NYC is home to diverse cultures and languages. Over 800 languages are spoken in this city. The city has a larger population of Chinese and Jewish people than outside of Asia and Israel respectively.

The iconic Statue of Liberty was gifted by France in 1886 and it took over 4 months to assemble it completely on Ellis Island. The New York Public Library is the second largest in the world and houses over 50 million books.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit New York?

    Rain or shine, if you’re wondering what to do in New York, there’s plenty to keep you entertained. Weather-wise, autumn and spring are the most favorable times to commence your New York sightseeing, with pleasant conditions perfect for exploring the city on foot. Looking for cheap deals for New York day tours? The deep winter months between January and mid-March are your best bet, and there are significantly fewer tourist crowds to contend with at this time of year.

  • Q: How do I get around the city?

    The NYC subway is your best bet for getting around the city quickly, and it's not as hard to crack as you may think. Plan some key routes before your arrival to the city to ensure hassle-free travel. Like biting into your first pizza slice, hailing a cab in New York is a rite of passage for first-timers to the city. Be sure to share your fare with fellow travelers for a cost-effective trip as rates can be steep. Walking is the best way to experience every detail of the city, and the grid-patterned numbered streets make it easy to get your bearings on foot. For first-time navigators, New York guided tours will provide hassle-free sightseeing and commuting.

  • Q: What are the top things to do in NYC?

    Book a guided tour of Wall Street, visit the Statue of Liberty and One World Observatory, and see the NY skyline from Top of the Rock, have a relaxing time at Central Park, witness artworks by prominent artists at the Museum of Modern Art and the Met and pay your respects at the 9/11 Memorial.

  • Q: How to save money during the New York sightseeing trip?

    Buy the New York CityPASS to get discounted entry at the top New York attractions, attend the free events that happen throughout the year, eat from food trucks, and take advantage of free entry and low-cost admittance on certain days for many New York attractions.

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