Traverse the city in the best possible way: via double-decker bus with this hop-on hop-off tour. Take up to 48 hours to see the best of the Big Apple -- from Times Square to the Empire State Building to historic Greenwich Village -- and then enjoy a complimentary round-trip ferry ticket to see up close the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island that is valid for the length of your stay.
Hop-on Hop-off Cruise
Forget the confusing subway. Avoid expensive taxis. The best and most fun way to see the Big Apple is via the hop-on hop-off double-decker tour bus. With this pass, you have unlimited rides for 48 hours, allowing you to get off the bus at any point to explore each spot in New York and then get back on the bus when you want to continue on. Customize your itinerary picking the places you want to see the most. And wile you're on the bus, enjoy the narration about the history of the city and each place you pass by. choose pre-recorded narration in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Mandarin, Russian, Japanese, Korean or Hebrew. The narration is enhanced with music and sounds of the bustling New York city streets. Additionally, it is GPS-triggered so what you hear will always be relevant to what you see.
And then get off at Battery Park to enjoy the complimentary round-trip ferry ride to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. This all makes for the perfect combination to get the most out of New York -- from seeing Manhattan's great landmarks to spending some up close and personal time with Lady Liberty.
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Stops include Central Park, Lincoln Center, Theater district, Rockefeller Plaza, Radio City, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Fifth Avenue, American Museum of Natural History and other famous attractions on Museum Mile.
Stops include Empire State Building, Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown, Financial District, Battery Park, South Street Seaport, Times Square, Rockefeller Plaza, Radio City, United Nations, 42nd Street and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Stops include the Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Antique Furniture District, Fulton Mall, Brooklyn Museum and much more.
Marvel at the city lights by night including over 20 sites from Central Park, Times Square, Empire State Building to Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy. See the glittering lights of the city that never sleeps, with a stop in Brooklyn for magnificent views of Manhattan's skyline. Between November 30 - January 3, the Holiday Lights Tour replaces the Night Tour, focusing on Midtown to highlight the best holiday decorations, including department store windows. The Holiday Lights Tour does not include the Brooklyn Promenade.