CitySights NY allows you to tour New York from the top of a Double Decker bus, highlights include Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Empire State Building. The buses are top seat only allowing everyone to get unobstructed views, they are furnished with a state of the art sound system with speakers under every seat to allow excellent audio reception of the guide narration, and they are the only tour buses designed with a removable canopy constructed from clear see through material to allow complete visibility while keeping you warm in those colder months. CitySights NY is a fun interesting way to view the city.
Tours Offered at CitySight NY
Passengers will hear about the neighborhoods, sites and attractions made famous in song, story, film and television. Hop off and explore the legendary artists and writers’ quarter, Greenwich Village or have authentic Italian or Chinese cuisine in Little Italy or Chinatown or see the neighborhood that was the first home to wave after wave of immigrants making this diverse city truly the World’s Capitol. View the most famous neighborhoods, attractions and places of interest: Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Macy's, Empire State Building, SoHo, Chinatown, Little Italy, Site of the World Trade Center, Wall Street, Financial District, Battery Park South Street Seaport, Lower East Side, United Nations, Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, Broadway Theater District and much more.
Our tour takes you to places connected to major events in history complete with the sights and sounds of our most populous borough. You will see the Great Bridge – the Brooklyn Bridge, the stately span that has connected Manhattan and Brooklyn since 1883. The expertise of our licensed guides will show you the very first vehicular parkway built in the US, the grandest of triumphal arches, the home of one of the world’s greatest Egyptology collections, the site of a revolution in sports and sites connected to major events in the American Revolution and the birth of our nation.
Night Tour and Top of the Rock
New York's only double-decker night tour where you stop at the historic Brooklyn Fulton Ferry Landing for a photo opportunity and breathtaking views of the glittering necklace of the Manhattan Skyline. Enjoy nighttime views and ambiance of Times Square, Chinatown, Empire State Building , Greenwich Village, SoHo, Little Italy, Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and Lower East Side. Plus, The most spectacular views of New York City high above from the observation deck of the Top of the Rock.
Enjoy a dazzling, fully-guided tour that gives you a remarkable evening in the city. Your guide will escort you through the Highline Park in the Meatpacking District and then take you to an exquisite dinner at one of Little Italy’s oldest restaurants—Grotta Azzurra. After dinner, hop on board the NY Water Taxi and stop for an up-close view of the Statue of Liberty and a champagne toast. Finally, see the city like never before from the Top of the Rock observation deck.
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