New York Contrasts Tour
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Explore the cultural diversity of New York City with the tour of contrasts, which takes in the popular neighbourhoods of America's most populous city, including Harlem, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
Cross the Manhattan Bridge, visit Chinatown, Yankee Stadium and Mets Stadium. Learn the history behind its graffiti-laden streets, street art, food and modern, neo-Gothic and Art Deco architecture with a professional guide.
- Tour Harlem, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
- Cross the Manhattan Bridge
- See the Yankee and Mets stadiums
- Experience the city's urban art on a tour of approximately 5 hours.
- Guided tour of Harlem
- Bronx Guided Tour
- Guided tour of Queens
- Guided tour of Manhattan
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What to expect
Tour New York on this tour of contrasts, which takes place in the morning and lasts approximately 5 hours. It will take you through the boroughs of Harlem, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
In the Bronx, you'll visit Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees baseball team, a must-see for every tourist.
You will cross the Grand Concourse boulevard, where you will appreciate the unique architecture of the region.
You'll pass through Harlem, known for its historic sites such as the National Jazz Museum, the Studio Museum and the Apollo Theatre, where stars such as Stevie Wonder, the Jackson Five and Aretha Franklin were born.
You'll explore the Malba neighbourhood of Queens, filled with luxurious European-style homes in a bayside setting. North of Queens, walk through Flushing Meadows Park, where you'll see the baseball stadium of the Yankees' rival, the NY Mets' Citi Field.
In Williamsburg you'll see a massive display of graffiti and street art, including Elvis Presley, the Mona Lisa of Williamsburg and the Andy Warhol and Basquiat mural.
You'll visit the Manhattan Bridge, and as you cross it, the popular Chinatown and Little Italy (the Italian Quarter) await you, with a wide variety of art, culture and cuisine.