La High Line est l'un des parcs les plus caractéristiques et les plus fréquentés de New York. Frappez les foules lors de cette promenade en petit groupe et admirez les points forts de Chelsea et du Meatpacking District. Rencontrez votre guide le matin et partez. Vous apprendrez tout sur l'histoire industrielle du Meatpacking District (qui est aujourd'hui l'une des hottes les plus branchées de la ville), vous promènerez sur la High Line et visiterez le marché animé de Chelsea. Vous pourrez également profiter de nombreuses collations et grignotages, des cupcakes et empanadas aux sandwichs et aux beignets.
Une visite en petit groupe constitue un moyen accessible de voir les sites
Explorez la High Line: l’un des parcs les plus populaires de la ville
Découvrez le Meatpacking District et passez au marché de Chelsea
Profitez des nombreuses collations proposées par des vendeurs d'aliments artisanaux dans la région
We met on a cold Saturday morning, just inside the Chelsea Market.Our guide, Juan, Showed up on time, and was ready to go (without rushing us). He checked in to see if we had breakfasted or not - and we went on to our first destination.The food choices were great, even if the hot sauce tasting was not for everybody. We had biscuits and Jam, taco's, donuts, brownies and Pizza. All were fantastic! Along with history of the marked sprinkled in - it made for great morning.It was cold - so we didn't spend too much time on the HighLine - which is a pity, but made total sense (I don't think it got above freezing all day!!If you are looking for a fun way to kill a few hours, get a nice lunch and learn something - this is a great tour.Just do it!!
My wife and I (native New Yorkers$ had a great time with Juan. Luckily it was only us two, so the tour was very intimate. We had great conversation and the places he took us too were good. I only gave a 4 because there was nothing part of the tour that was mind blowing or something that we couldn't do ourselves. But overall a good time and definitely worth a visit for outside visitors.