Insider's New York City (Flight Tour Only)

Insider's New York City
Don’t just visit the popular tourist sites of Midtown Manhattan, but enhance your tour with visits to other trendy Manhattan neighborhoods and the New York City boroughs. Step off the beaten path with stops at the brand new roller coasters on Coney Island, the 585-acre Prospect Park in Brooklyn and more on this immersive insider’s tour.
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Day 1 Hello New York City
Meet your tour director
Details: Top of the Rock visit
Soar 70 stories into the air and step out onto the observation deck of 30 Rockefeller Plaza for a truly breathtaking view of the city below.
Day 2 Brooklyn
Brooklyn guided sightseeing tour
WilliamsburgFort GreeneDowntown BrooklynCarroll Gardens
New York-style pizza dinner
Details: Brooklyn guided sightseeing tour
Walk the streets of hip Williamsburg. Visit Fort Greene, home to cultural icons Walt Whitman, Spike Lee, and Richard Wright- to name a few. Stroll the farmers markets of downtown, and enjoy Brooklyn’s “city skyline” provided by the great buildings of many universities, courthouses, and office buildings. Enjoy the many parks, playgrounds, and tree lined streets of Carroll Gardens, a charming Italian neighborhood right in the heart of Brooklyn.
Details: Prospect Park & Brooklyn Botanic Garden visit
Designed by the same people as Central Park, Prospect Park is home to Brooklyn’s only lake, private cemetery, nature trails, and a place where free concerts are held during the Summer season. The Botanical Gardens is an exquisite arboretum a Shakespeare Garden, and bonsai pavilions, a Japanese hill and pond garden, cherry trees, aquatic plants, and more!
Details: Coney Island visit
This famous boardwalk was once the country’s largest amusement park! You will have the time of your life on the exciting boardwalk playing games, riding rides, and sticking your toes in the sand! Home to Nathan’s Hotdogs, Coney Island hosts an annual hot dog eating contest every 4th of July!
Day 3 Staten Island & Lower Manhattan
9/11 Memorial visit
Details: Staten Island Ferry
Experience New York landmarks from the sea. Take the 25-minute ferry ride between Manhattan and Staten Island and view the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Manhattan bridges and the towering skyscrapers in all their glory. The Staten Island ferry service dates all the way back to the 18th century and were originally privately owned. Today, however, it is owned by the City of New York and carries a massive 75,000 passengers per day. That’s more passengers than there were people living in New York in 1776!
Details: Guided food tour
Sample a taste from Manhattan’s top foodie neighborhoods in the Lower East Side, Chelsea, Little Italy, Chinatown, or Midtown. You could find yourself in the Lower East Side, experiencing the Jewish communities and their cuisines. Or, you might visit Hell’s Kitchen, where you’ll learn about the shipping industry and see all the sandwich shops along the way! No matter what direction your tour goes, your taste buds will thank you!
Details: Chelsea High Line walkway
Located on Manhattan's West Side and running from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street, The High Line is a public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the bustling streets. It is operated and maintained by members of the community, who fought to preserve the High Line when there was talk of it being demolished. This beautiful 1.45 mile walk gives you an unprecedented view of the city below!
Details: Broadway show
If it sings and dances, laughs or cries, you'll find it here. The range of Broadway's theatrical productions, from Shakespearean tragedies to sequins-and-feathers musicals, is immense, and the glitter, hype, and talent draw audiences from around the world. See some of the biggest theater America has to offer on one of its most famous streets.
Day 4 Goodbye New York
Travel home
Details: Harlem guided sightseeing tour
Did you know when Harlem was founded it was a Dutch village named after an Old World city in the Netherlands? Walk through its evolution from declining farmlands to the Harlem Renaissance. Learn about its literary roots in the ‘20s and ‘30s to its role during the Civil Rights Movement. Let’s not forget its heyday in the Golden Age of Jazz. You’ll visit some of the most significant historical landmarks, like the famous Apollo Theater.
Map of Insider's New York City
Tour Includes:
  • Round-trip transportation
  • Airport transfers
  • 3 overnight stays in hotels with private bathrooms
  • Manhattan Hotel Property
  • Breakfast daily (except arrival day)
  • Dinner daily (except departure day)
  • Full-time services of a professional Tour Director
  • Guided sightseeing tours and city walks as per itinerary
  • Visits to select attractions as per itinerary
  • Subway package
  • Overnight security chaperone
  • Tour Diary™
  • Note: Tour cost does not include airline-imposed baggage fees, or fees for any required passport or visa. Please visit our Fees FAQ page for a full list of items that may not be included in the cost of your tour.

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