Board your bus, get a fantastic view of of Grand Central Station and continue to the Upper East Side, one of New York City's most well-heeled neighborhoods. Then enter Spanish Harlem on route to the Bronx. After driving up Grand Concourse and passing by the Bronx Museum of the Arts, make a stop on Arthur Avenue, home to the borough's Italian-American residents. The street sits in the lively Belmont District, which is lined with authentic Italian bakeries, delis, restaurants, cafes and stores (Belmont District stop depends on traffic conditions).
Get back on your comfortable coach, and pass by Randall’s Island and through Queens, Astoria and Long Island City. Queens is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the country. Cross over into Brooklyn. The neighborhoods of Greenpoint and Williamsburg are the hubs of hipster culture in New York. Hop off the bus to visit Fortunato Bros, a local must-see site that's known for its pastry, coffee, cookies, cakes and gelato. Finally, relax on your return journey to Manhattan as you pass along the Brooklyn Bridge.