Most tourists who visit New York rarely leave Manhattan. Be a traveler and hop on this guided tour to explore three of the five boroughs, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens. Start with a ride up the Hudson River in a comfortable vehicle and cross over to the Bronx, home of the Yankees. Stop at Yankee Stadium for a fun photo op and then continue to Fort Apache where you’ll see the work of local graffiti artists.
After cross the Whitestone Bridge into Queens, the most ethnically diverse county in the country, and home to the Mets, the US Open tennis match, the 1964 World’s Fair and a particularly memorable scene from the film Men in Black. Move on to Astoria, a leafy neighborhood in Queens that his home to a sizeable Greek and Egyptian population. Sip coffee at a cafe and nosh on a tasty pastry.
Then head to Brooklyn, home to 2.5 million people and the fourth largest city in American (if Brooklyn were an autonomous city). In Williamsburg, epicenter of all hipsterism as well as a sizeable Hasidic community. After a visit to Williamsburg, get back in the shuttle and drive back to Manhattan, having now a more complete view of the Big Apple.