First Time New York
Just arrived in the most beautiful city in the world? Then this tour is for you! The guide will take you to all the hot spots in Manhattan from Times Square to Grand Central Station. Rendez vous at Times Square with its overwhelmingly flashy billboards. Frank Sinatra once performed here for his first time, somewhat restless and uncertain. By far the busiest intersection in New York ... lies here too, deep underground: the New York Subway. Nearly 60 million travelers pass here each year. Bryant Park, New York's most charming park, is nearby as is the impressive library (one of the favourite spots of Carrie from Sex and The City).
Gaze up and discover the impressive Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the stunning UN-building. And discover a handy trick how to orientate easily in the Big Apple. The tour ends at Grand Central Station, where the guide will introduce you to some enchanting corners and compelling anecdotes.
Brooklyn & Downtown
Williamsburg, Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhood, is the place to be for hipsters, shopaholics and bon vivants, and by extension everyone who likes to spoil his eyes with amazing views. This is the perfect place to get acquainted with Brooklyn and just leave the dizzying skyscrapers behind for a while. At Mast Brothers you can taste the best chocolate in the city - a top-notch address for chocoholics! You will also find the home of Brooklyn Sketch Book, a traveling expo with books full of authentic illustrations of ordinary people.
Williamsburg offers breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. No better place to take the ferry to Downtown Manhattan (you sail under the Brooklyn Bridge, an adventure in itself) and dive into the financial ant nest called Wall Street. During this tour you learn that New York has lots of guises. From hipster to yuppie in no time? Join us here.
CENTRAL PARK Bike Tour
As if this giant green lung of New York is not refreshing enough, the park houses many a revitalizing gems. Have you heard of Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle and The Shakespeare Garden? The best way to discover these cozy corners of Central Park is by bike! Cycling is super trendy in New York and with the sea breeze in your hair, bet you feel 'king of the world. along the way your guide tells you some juicy anecdotes.
SOHO, Little Italy, China Town
Who says New York immediately thinks Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. But beyond these must-sees the city has much more in store. You are starting to know Manhattan pretty well? Then this tour is definitely for you. Perhaps you've already been shopping in SoHo or discovered China Town, but do you know where to buy cronuts, flood legged crocodile or genuine cowboy boots? Or listen to good live music, where find the largest selection of candy? And what to think of a hidden fashionable restaurant or a store entirely dedicated to rice pudding? Prepare for totally different8 Culture, architecture, shops and restaurants in SoHo, NoLIta, Little Italy, Chinatown and the Lower East Side are unique. With their customs, traditions and ideas, the residents of these areas have shaped the most diverse metropolis our society has ever known.
It is a miniature world, and is precisely what make New York City so attractive. Diversity is regarded as the driving force and binding factor. It beautifies and enriches New York. In this diversity you will find New York City at its best.
Brooklyn & Downtown
During this tour you will realize New York has many guises.
You start your exploration in the financial beehive better known as Wall Street and work your way to Brooklyn by means of a ferry ride ( sailing underneath Brooklyn Bridge is an adventurous added value). Williamsburg offers magnificent views of the skyline of Manhattan. It is clear that Brooklyn's trendiest neighbourhood is the place to be for hipsters, shopaholics, hedonist, and by extension, anyone who roams here for the pleasure of the eye. This is the perfect place to connect with Brooklyn and emerge from underneath the shade of dazzling skyscrapers. Mast Brothers excels in chocolates and is definitely a must among chocoholics! Brooklyn Sketchbook, a traveling exhibition of books full of authentic illustrations of ordinary people, is home to this area.