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  • Manhattan: Private Walking Tour with Pickup

    1. Manhattan: Private Walking Tour with Pickup

    Rediscover the charm of vibrant Manhattan on a private tour with a savvy local host. Replicate the experience of spending time in a city with a friend who lives there, as we all know the best travel moments come from going beneath the surface of a destination and discovering it from a local's perspective. Travel through the best parts of Central Park, where New Yorkers go jogging and cycling. Go for a stroll downtown, stopping along the way at the best cafes loved by real New Yorkers. Or allow your local host to lead you towards the charming, old-style covered market in Greenwich Village, stopping to see the High Line. There are so many possibilities for your customized itinerary. After booking, you will be contacted about your preferences and interests. A like-minded New Yorker who knows the city intimately and shares your interests will be assigned to you as your local host.  Based ...

  • New York City: 3-Hour City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

    2. New York City: 3-Hour City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

    Your professionally licensed New York City guide will lead you through the city, taking you on a bike ride that’s sure to be a memorable one. On this 3-hour guided tour you’ll start out in midtown Manhattan, and make stops at Lincoln Center, Times Square, the Highline, and other iconic sites, ending downtown at the South Street Seaport, the historic neighborhood just below the Brooklyn Bridge. There’s so much to see in New York that it’s far too much to take in on a walking tour. As you pedal along, you’ll get to see many attractions and a variety of neighborhoods. As you pedal along, your tour guide will provide a unique perspective of the city. Stretch your legs and get a good, healthy workout, but don’t worry, this isn’t a race! The tour is designed to be leisurely and allow you to enjoy the city and admire the sights. See Central Park South, where the busy city meets the serene, ...

    I really enjoyed this tour. They were good bikes and the route gave us the opportunity to see a fair slice of the city - not just Central Park but a good part of the west of town, Hudson River and port area. We were blessed with perfect weather and it was a small group, which always helps. (Having said that, I'm sure our guide, Pearl, would have taken equally good care of us had there been more of us.) As well as telling us some of the facts and history Pearl also shared something of her own relationship with some of the places we passed, so I had a feeling of being shown round New York on a bike by a real New Yorker. Which I was.

  • Private and Fully Customized Tour of New York

    3. Private and Fully Customized Tour of New York

    Want to customize the itinerary for your own private tour of New York? Staff and guides will help you pick and choose the sites, attractions, and neighborhoods to visit, recommending some that you may not be aware of. Choose a tour duration of 4, 6, or 8 hours on this special program priced for a group of up to 10 participants. After you make your booking, a tour specialist will contact you to create a unique itinerary for your tour, ensuring you see the sights and attractions that you want to see, not what the guide decides. An experienced guide will lead you through the Big Apple and provide colorful commentary, as well as some history and little know facts. Public transportation is the recommended way to experience the city like a true New Yorker. However, if you prefer traveling in a vehicle, that can be set that up when your individual itinerary is created. A foreign language gui...

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Excellent tour and a great way to see the city on my first day.

I really enjoyed this tour. They were good bikes and the route gave us the opportunity to see a fair slice of the city - not just Central Park but a good part of the west of town, Hudson River and port area. We were blessed with perfect weather and it was a small group, which always helps. (Having said that, I'm sure our guide, Pearl, would have taken equally good care of us had there been more of us.) As well as telling us some of the facts and history Pearl also shared something of her own relationship with some of the places we passed, so I had a feeling of being shown round New York on a bike by a real New Yorker. Which I was.

Great way to see New York city

This was a great way to see New York. Bikes were excellent. The beginning of the ride took us up two hills which nearly killed my unfit sister, but after that it was on a flat. Our group was small, just the four of us (3 in our 50's and 1 in their 20's), and our guide Chuck was knowledgeable and chilled. Although it was supposed to be 2 hours it took more like 3 but there was no clock watching which was great. You do travel through traffic which could be daunting for some, although about 2/3 of the ride was on cycle paths. You cover a lot of ground being on bikes, much more than a walking tour. I'd definitely recommend it.

Brilliant!

Great tour. Guide Debra was very informative & fun. She pointed out all the sites & also told funny anecdotes. The Tour went through Harlem then Riverside Park & down the Hudson walkway to the Brooklyn Bridge. We stopped along the way & walked about too-at Ground Zero. In all it lasted about 3 hours. I was really impressed by the quality of the bikes too-Cannondales which seemed new. I was particularly lucky as I was the only person on the tour but even if it had been busier Debra would have entertained everyone. I thoroughly recommend this tour.

Great ride and great guide☺️

Our guide ‘Dr Dann’ was great. My husband Mike and myself were the only guests on the ride so we had a private guided tour around the sights of New York not usually seen. Although it was chilly the ride along the Hudson cycle route was spectacular and Kevin was keen to point out those buildings and sights that we would not have noticed ourselves. We ended the ride with an exilerating ride along Broadway and saw New York through the eyes of a ‘native New Yorker’.