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New York Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour

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Hit the streets of New York on a convenient and easy-to-use New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour! With so many things to see on your New York sightseeing tour, it’s all about speed and efficiency. Stopping at dozens of strategically located bus stands across the city, a New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour practically guarantees that you won’t miss a thing! Plus, you can pair your New York Hop-on, Hop-off ticket with discounted admission to some of the best New York attractions, such as MoMa, One World Observatory, Empire State Building, and much more. You can even combine your New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour with tickets to Top of the Rock, a helicopter tour, and the 9/11 Tribute Center, among others! Saving money by picking up a combo deal is what to do in New York!

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  • Our tips for Hop On Hop Off Our tips for Hop On Hop Off
    • ‘Tis The Season. For the best photos of New York, you might want to sit on the bus’s open-air top deck. Should you come during the holidays, make sure you bundle up for that!
    • Dry Run. You should consider making a full loop when you first hop on the bus! That way you can get your bearings and know which are the best seats for New York sightseeing!
    • Preparation Is Key. Buying a ticket in advance for a New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour can save you a pretty penny, as well as some precious time.
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    Best Time To Visit

    In New York, weather can change from minute to minute. For clear skies during the day and crisp, comfortable nights during your New York trip, come during May or October. During the hot and humid summer months, New York draws a countless number of tourists. However, you can also take part in a bunch of different concerts, festivals, and other events during a summer New York tour. The New York skyline sparkles during the holidays. But, you will definitely need your warmest clothes.

    Getting There

    Once you land in New York, you simply need to redeem your voucher at any of the several Hop-on, Hop-off Visitor Centers found throughout the city. In exchange, you’ll receive your New York Hop-on, Hop-of Tour ticket. Then, you can start your New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour at any of the stops along the various routes. Just show your new ticket to the driver. And, if you can’t find your way to any of the 30+ stops, the bright red, double-decker bus is pretty easy to spot.

    Money Saving Tips

    Do you like to count your pennies? That’s great! If you’d like to save yourself some extra dough, then pick out a combo package that pairs a New York Hop-on, Hop-off Tour with an Eat & Play Card or one of the various New York City Passes. You can save a nice chunk of change on food, activities and shopping.

    Did you know?
    • The New York State Capitol of Albany is home to the equivalent of 1% of New York City’s population.
    • Nearly 1,000 different languages are spoken in New York. And, almost half of the households speak a language other than English.
    • New York became home to the headquarters for the United Nations in 1952. The building itself is considered International Territory.
    • On April 25th, 1901, New York became the first state to require license plates. But, the government didn’t issue them. The onus was on drivers to make license plates themselves out of whatever materials they chose.

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