Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx TourBuy tickets now
Taking the Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx Tour is a great way to explore New York’s lesser known boroughs. First and second time visitors usually focus on Manhattan, and why wouldn’t they? That’s where the most noteworthy attractions are. Yet, if you’ve already seen these highlights, or you’re interested in a less touristy side of New York, take this tour. It’s a unique way to discover the authentic culture of Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx!
New York, a City of Contrasts
In Harlem you’ll see the historic sites, such as the Apollo Theater where a lot of big performers have had their debut. You’ll cross the Harlem River to The Bronx and see the famous Yankee Stadium, home to baseball team the New York Yankees. You can also see nice examples of street art in the Bronx.
On the way to Queens you can admire the skyline along the way. You’ll probably be amazed by the contrasts between the two boroughs. Most relevant, the melting pot of different ethnicities living together in Queens. Consequently, the borough is home to the greatest number of ethnic restaurants in the world. You will also pass by the Citi Field Stadium, home of the New York Mets, and stop in Flushing Meadows.
In Brooklyn, you’ll witness first hand why this borough played a huge role in creating the hipster generation, due to its hotspots and vibrant neighbourhoods. But you’ll also see the authentic Jewish neighbourhood where time seems to have stood still, and the atmospheric DUMBO.
During the tour you stop in a number of places to look around and take some photos. The guide will tell you all about the neighbourhoods as you pass through each of them. In conclusion, this tour allows you to discover the fascinating contrasts between New York’s neighbourhoods. Find out exactly what makes this city such an interesting melting pot!
After purchasing, you will receive a voucher that you can print out and use as your ticket for the tour, or show on your smartphone as a mobile ticket.
- Duration: approximately 6 or 7 hours
- Departure Point: Grand Central Terminal
- Departure Times: 8:30
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