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city tour™ 2 ultra compact & lightweight stroller

Colour: Pitch Black

Ultra-lightweight travel stroller weighs only 6.5 kg, with a compact and easy-to-maneuver design

Ultra-compact, one-step fold and auto-lock ensures easy transportation and storage

Multi-position padded seat reclines to a near-flat position, and adjustable calf support provides comfort for growing children

Includes carry bag to protect stroller from dirt and scratches when traveling

Product Details

Description.

The Baby Jogger® City Tour™ 2 folds up small for big adventures—85% smaller than when it’s unfolded. The City Tour™ 2 is the ultimate stroller for travel, with an ultra-compact, one-step fold, a weight of only 6.5 kg, and an included carry bag. But despite its lightness, the City Tour™ 2 doesn’t skimp on features. Baby rides comfortably with multiple recline positions, adjustable calf support, a UV 50+ canopy, and a comfortable padded seat with added depth. Choose from plenty of add-on accessories (sold separately) to customize the stroller for the comfort and convenience of both parent and child. With the City Tour™ 2, you’re fully equipped to carry on with your day, wherever it may lead you.

Large storage basket holds up to 5 kg, so you always have everything you need within reach

Lightweight and durable tyres with locking front-swivel wheels provide a smooth and nimble ride

Large UV 50+ canopy with extension panel and peekaboo window keeps baby shaded while allowing you to easily check in

Supports children from birth up to 22 kg

Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty on frame

Stroller is not intended for jogging

Specification

Care & maintenance.

Machine wash seat on cold, gentle or delicate and drip dry. Do not use bleach, solvents or abrasive cleaning materials. Do not press, iron, dry clean or tumble dry. Reminder to always remove the metal frame and PE boards from the seat before washing. If the seat cover requires replacing, only use parts from a Baby Jogger authorized dealer. Plastic and metal parts may be surface washed only using warm water and mild soap; towel dry. The wheels can be cleaned using a damp cloth and must be dried completely with a soft towel or cloth before use. Do not store outside or near a direct heat source such as a radiator or fire. Always store in a dry and safe environment.

Accessories

Weathershield for city tour™ 2 strollers, belly bar for city tour™ 2 stroller, parent console for strollers, city tour™ 2 carrycot, eco collection.

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Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Is a Streamlined Travel Stroller for Parents on the Go

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Baby Jogger City Tour 2

Verywell Family / Laura Denby

Maneuvers easily on different surfaces

Lightweight and compact folded

Reclines fully for naps

Minimal under-seat storage

No shoulder strap

Too large for most overhead bins

Though lacking some of the special features of a larger, everyday stroller, the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 is a comfortable, compact, and easy-to-use stroller that makes traveling with a baby considerably easier.

Who It’s For

Maneuverability, portability, how we tested, the competition.

  • Final Verdict

If you’ve ever traveled with an infant or toddler, you know how important it is to pack strategically. Strollers are often the biggest challenge when it comes to packing for a baby. They’re essential, but they can be bulky and cumbersome to carry. They take up a ton of space in the trunk of a car and are often too large to carry on an airplane. If you travel often or have limited storage space at home, having a dedicated travel stroller can make life much easier. That’s why we decided to test travel strollers , including the Baby Jogger City Tour 2, in the lab and out in the real world. 

The City Tour 2 is a dedicated travel stroller that folds up tightly, allowing for easier travel while still providing a smooth, comfortable ride for the child. This compact, 14.5-pound stroller fits into a convenient package that’s ideal for parents who don’t have the space—in the car or in the house—to store and transport a large stroller.

Our expert product testers put this stroller to use over the course of three months. First, we tested it alongside other leading travel strollers in the Verywell Testing Lab , where we evaluated everything from weight and size to maneuverability and durability. Next, we took it home and used it with an 11-month-old baby for everyday tasks like going to the grocery store, taking long walks, and quick trips to the beach. Our testers considered how it performed compared to standard strollers, and evaluated any special features that made it stand out. Most of all, we aimed to assess how convenient it is for parents, and how comfortable it is for babies.

The Baby Jogger City Tour 2 folds easily into a compact package, so it’s ideal for families who travel often—by car, train, or airplane. It makes car travel easier by freeing up space in the trunk, and it’s easy to lift and carry with one hand. Like the name implies, this stroller can easily navigate crowded city streets or fold up when riding public transportation, so it’s an ideal option for families on the go. It’s great for smaller homes or apartments that can’t spare the extra space to store a bulky stroller. Keep in mind that it has minimal storage, so it won’t be able to hold groceries, a large backpack, or even some diaper bags. Overall, this is a great option for anyone looking for a smaller, more streamlined stroller that can be packed up and stowed away when not in use.

A stroller that babies can easily nap in is essential for travel, so the ability to recline is a crucial design feature. This stroller reclines with the push of one button, so a baby can sit up or lay back comfortably. The large sun canopy is UV 50+ with a mesh peekaboo window for shade and increased air flow on sunny days. The straps are adjustable, and the padded clasp is secure and easy to latch and unlatch. We love that it has adjustable calf support, so it can adapt to your baby’s growing legs. However, this streamlined stroller has minimal storage underneath the seat. In fact, our testers weren’t able to store a backpack or diaper bag in there, which can make traveling with bags more cumbersome. Also keep in mind that the handle doesn’t have adjustable heights. Overall, it scored a 4.5 out of 5 stars for design.

This stroller maneuvers exceptionally well across different surfaces, including grass, gravel, and carpet. In fact, our testers gave it a near-perfect 4.8 score for maneuverability. It’s easy to push and feels lightweight when doing so. Our testers barely notice the difference when transitioning from gravel to carpet or hardwood, so it provides a smooth ride with barely any bumps felt in the handle bar. The wheels turn quite well with a tight radius. The foot break is easy to latch and unlatch, providing extra convenience and safety.

During our lab test the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 received a 4.5 rating for overall portability. It folds up easily and doesn’t feel bulky. It almost feels like a briefcase when carrying it folded up by the handle. Although the stroller itself doesn’t have a shoulder strap, the included carry-bag does, so you can pack it up and have your hands free for other luggage and your child. 

In order to fold the stroller, you lock the wheels then slide the thumb button and press the handle button using your remaining fingers. Then you push the handle bar into the canopy to collapse it into itself, and lock it into place using the lever. Folding the stroller is intuitive and takes just a few tries to get the hang of it. Our testers appreciated that it could be done with one hand (though at first it took two hands to lock it into place). Our at-home testers were able to fold it and unfold it while holding a baby in the other hand. Once folded, it’s easy to pick up and maneuver with one hand. The wheels detach for added portability, which means it can squeeze into even tighter spaces if needed.

To test this stroller, we considered a number of different attributes like weight, design, durability, portability, maneuverability, and how easy it is to fold. We tested it alongside competitors in our lab, and used it at-home over the course of three months to gain real-world insight. We first recorded things like weight and measurement, then ran the stroller through a number of tests to determine its overall functionality and performance. 

First, we practiced opening and closing the stroller multiple times to determine how easy it is to fold. We considered any straps, buttons, or locks, and noted how intuitive or confusing it was to figure out. We paid particular attention to how easy it was to open and fold with one hand, considering the fact that most users will be holding a baby in the other hand. To test portability, we carried the stroller around using the included straps, and assessed whether or not they were comfortable, well-placed, and sturdy. To test maneuverability, we wheeled the stroller back and forth over carpet, gravel, hardwood flooring, and grass, then recorded its performance. To test durability, our testers folded up the stroller and dropped it from waist height, then we pushed it off a table. We recorded any signs of damage and took note of any changes in performance. 

After the initial testing phase, we continued to use this stroller in everyday applications over the course of three months. Our home tester used this as her primary stroller on car trips and train trips, on long walks along the road, and on the beach. She put it to use traveling alone with an 11-month-old baby, and gained real-world insight into its efficacy as a functional travel stroller.

Verywell / Laura Denby

This is one of Baby Jogger’s most affordable strollers, and it retails for $250 at the time of this publication. Travel strollers are typically less expensive than standard strollers, but this is still one of the more cost-effective strollers we tested. Considering how easy it is to maneuver, how comfortable it is to use, and how easy it is to store, this is a fantastic value for the price. 

Nuna TRVL Stroller

Our testers found the Nuna TRVL to be easier to fold up with one hand than the Baby Jogger City Tour 2. We loved how easy the buttons are to push. Like the Baby Jogger, we found it to be incredibly easy to maneuver on grass, gravel, and carpet. It’s slightly more compact than the Baby Jogger and can fit into a standard overhead bin in an airplane. Although it’s more compact, the TRVL is slightly heavier (15.4 pounds compared to the City Tour 2’s 14.5), which could be because it boasts more storage. The Nuna has a storage bin that’s large enough to accommodate a backpack or diaper bag. However, it’s considerably more expensive and retails for about $450 .

The City Tour 2 is a convenient and portable stroller that makes traveling with a baby much easier. It maneuvers expertly across different types of terrain and is easy to fold up and tote around, so we think it’s an incredible value for the price. It lacks some of the bells and whistles that larger strollers have—like extra storage, an extendable handle, and cup holder—but that doesn’t take away from its overall functionality as a streamlined travel stroller.

  • Product Name Baby Jogger City Tour 2
  • Price $250.00
  • Weight 14.5 lbs.
  • Product Dimensions 20 x 40 x 26 in.
  • Color Black, Gray, Green
  • Dimensions Folded 19.5 x 7 x 22.5 in.
  • Weight Capacity Can accommodate children up to 45 pounds
  • Storage Bin Weight Capacity 15 pounds
  • Warranty Limited lifetime warranty
  • Includes Protective carry bag

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Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Single Stroller

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What we about it, about this product.

  • Ultra-compact, one-step fold
  • Compact and easy-to-maneuver design
  • Multiple recline positions
  • UV 50+ canopy
  • Adjustable calf support

Description

This stroller works equally well for newborns and toddlers thanks to its compatibility with infant car seats (you couldn’t use an infant car seat with previous versions.)

The City Tour 2 has an ultra-compact, one-step fold that’s 85% smaller than when unfolded, plus it weighs just 14 lbs. More features that keep your little one comfy: multiple recline positions, adjustable calf support, a UV 50+ canopy and a padded seat with added depth.

Infant Car Seat Compatibility

Using brand-specific adapters (sold separately), the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 is compatible with infant car seats from Baby Jogger and Graco.

  • Baby Jogger ( adapter ): City GO
  • Graco ( adapter ): Snugride Click Connect 30, Snugride Click Connect 35, Snugride Click Connect 35 LX, Snugride Click Connect 40

Please note: Prams are no longer available for the Baby Jogger City Tour 2 Single Stroller.

  • Unfolded: 37.75 x 19.6 x 39.5
  • Folded: 25” x 19.88” x 7.48”
  • Child weight limit: 45 lbs per seat
  • Child height limit: 42”
  • Weighs 14.3 lbs
  • Ultra-compact one-hand fold and auto-lock for easy transportation and storage
  • Compatible with infant car seats (sold separately); includes comfortable padded toddler seat with added depth
  • Includes carry bag to protect stroller from dirt and scratches when traveling
  • Large storage basket holds up to 15 lbs
  • Lightweight and durable tires with locking front-swivel wheels provide a smooth and nimble ride
  • Large UV 50+ canopy with extension panel and peekaboo window keeps baby shaded while allowing you to easily check in
  • Supports children from birth up to 45 lb
  • Meets Disney size requirements
  • Stroller is not intended for jogging

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Best Answer: The stroller seat is safe for use by little ones with good neck control. So your baby would have to be around six months old to use the stroller without a compatible car seat.

Best Answer: No, this stroller only currently works with Baby Jogger and Graco brand car seats.

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Best Answer: The tires on this stroller are designed to provide a smooth ride on smooth/even surfaces. If you are on a smooth surface, you will find that the push is similar to the City Mini GT2. However, due to the small, travel-sized wheels on the City Tour 2, it is not ideal for rough terrain and will not handle uneven surface like the City Mini GT2 can.

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2 Days in New York: The Ultimate Guide for 2024

Your perfect new york itinerary for a weekend.

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Looking to see all the sights for your first-ever weekend in NYC? We’ve got you covered with a 2-day itinerary designed to help you make the most of your time. I know from experience that planning a weekend in New York City isn’t easy! You’re probably asking yourself a thousand questions, like what museums should you visit? Where should you eat? What’s on your “must see” list? What places are okay to save for your next visit?

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New York City is by far my favorite city in the world. I have visited NYC more than 20 times. I’ve taken almost every tour and tried every sightseeing pass. And I’ve made a few mistakes along the way (12-hour days + brand new shoes don’t mix!). With that experience, I’m going to share with you exactly what to see in New York in 2 days. A weekend is the perfect amount of time to get to know New York. Honestly, I’m excited for you! I’ll never forget my first trip to New York City, and I hope that with this 2-day New York City itinerary, you’ll get to make your own unforgettable New York memories, too.

Table of Contents

NYC Itinerary: Day One

Day 1 of your NYC 2-day itinerary is all about Manhattan. It includes Central Park, the High Line, Times Square, and much, much more.

In a few areas, I include options, like museums to visit or tours you can add on. These activities can add more time onto your itinerary, so depending on your energy levels (or if you’re traveling with kids), it may make sense to adjust other areas of the schedule. Given that you’ve got a fun-filled day ahead of you, it’s important to make sure you eat well throughout. We’ve included recommendations for lunch at Hudson Yards and dinner when you get to Madison Square Park. These are just suggestions, though!

One of New York’s many joys is discovering your favorite food spots hidden throughout the city, so if something catches your eye or you’re feeling a little grumble in your stomach, just go for it.

The Perfect First Morning in NYC

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01 Start Your Day in Central Park!

Your time in New York starts with one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions: Central Park.

Known for its famous ice skating rink, its baseball fields, its running track, and its endlessly looping trails, Central Park is worthy of hours of exploration.

Since we’re kickstarting our NYC weekend itinerary, we’ll need to focus on the highlights for this trip. Our favorites include Bethesda Terrace , a large plaza and fountain that are often filled with performers, and Bow Bridge , a serene spot to take in the park, the city, and maybe snap a selfie.

Choose Between Two of The Best Museums!

As a note: New York may be one of the best cities in the world for museums. In fact, we’ve outlined all of our favorite New York museums here. With your 2-day NYC itinerary, however, we know you don’t have time to visit them all, so we’re recommending two of the best here.

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02 Option A: Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, or the Met for short, deserves its place as one of the most famous art museums in the world. Its collection spans ancient times to contemporary collections, and includes Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Asian, European, and Modern Art.

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03 Option B: Museum of Modern Art

Hands down one of the most creative, compelling museums in New York, the Museum of Modern Art is a showstopper. With impressive permanent collections and ever-evolving exhibitions, as well as a can’t-miss gift shop, the MoMA is well worth your time.

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04 Stroll Down Millionaire's Row

There may be no city in the world that does glitz and glamor quite like New York.

One of the places they do it best? 5th Avenue.

Also known as Millionaire’s Row, this is both New York’s most expensive shopping street and some of the world’s most costly retail spaces. Some of the famous names that line 5th Avenue that you may have heard of: Saks 5th Avenue, Apple, Prada, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany, Bottega Veneta, Giorgio Armani, Versace, and so many more.

Even if you don’t want to go on a shopping spree, just strolling by these stores is an eye-opening way to start your New York adventure.

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05 Visit the Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center, known also as 30 Rock, is one of the cultural centers of New York.

If you’ve wanted to visit Radio City Music Hall, NBC Studios, or you’re visiting during Christmas and you want to see the big tree, Rockefeller Center is the place to be. Or, if you’re fans of the NBC sitcom 30 Rock, you definitely need to swing by!

An absolute must during the winter season, Rockefeller Center has plenty to offer all year round, too, from seeing live tapings of shows to going to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck to soak up the Midtown Manhattan views.

You can find out more about Rockefeller Center at their official website.

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06 Marvel at St. Patrick's Cathedral

New York City has a number of captivating churches. On this 2-day NYC itinerary, you’re going straight to the most impressive one: St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Located on 5th Avenue right alongside some of the most well-known brands in the world, this landmark church has been drawing attention since construction finished in 1879.

Starting with its size, the St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a sight to behold as it takes up 50th and 51st streets and 5th and Madison Avenues. It’s adorned with bronze doors, Neo-Gothic architecture, thousands of stained glass windows, and twenty altars (two of which were designed by Tiffany & Co.!).

For more on the history of this Catholic cathedral in Manhattan, visit their official website .

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07 Visit The Exciting Grand Central Terminal

While you may visit a lot of subway and train stations while you’re in New York, there’s no terminal quite like Grand Central Terminal in Grand Central Station.

Welcoming 750,000 visitors every day, Grand Central Station is the second most popular spot in NYC (Times Square nabs the number one slot). Yes, trains and subways connect through the Grand Central 42 St. stop, but that alone doesn’t explain the sheer numbers.

What draws visitors to The Terminal is what makes it a National Historic Landmark: it is simply stunning. Designed in the Beaux-Arts style with sweeping ceilings and ornate touches, Grand Central Terminal is a beautiful home to stores, restaurants, and more.

Plus, if you happen to be visiting New York during the holidays, Grand Central Station is a must-visit thanks to its Holiday Fair and seasonal wreaths, garland, and festive lighting.

For more about the market, dining concourse, and shops, visit Grand Central Terminal’s official website .

The Perfect First Afternoon in NYC

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01 Soak Up Some Greenery in Bryant Park

When you’ve got a day filled with skyscrapers and historic buildings to enjoy, it’s important to take time to soak up the greenery, too. While Bryant Park may be small, it is one of the most loved by New Yorkers. Located by the esteemed New York Public Library between 40th and 42nd Streets and Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan, this important park is often called Manhattan’s Town Square.

Winter activities include ice skating, holiday shopping, iceless curling, and a tree lighting show, and summertime fun includes sunbathing, picnicking, and movie watching.

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02 Visit The Impressive New York Public Library

You may not be able to fit too much book-reading into this 2-day NYC itinerary, but that’s no reason not to visit the impressive New York Public Library. As the second-largest public library in the U.S. (the Library of Congress down in D.C. takes 1st place), the NYPL has over 50 million items across 92 locations. Once you get past the sheer scale of the items they’re taking care of, let yourself be won over by the architecture.

Done in the same Beaux-Arts style as Grand Central Terminal, it features marble arches, a grand staircase, and plenty of art and murals. Just be sure to keep your voice down while you’re wandering around it because people do use it for reading and studying!

Spend Some Time at The Remarkable Hudson Yards

From the classic institution, you’ll wander past Times Square (don’t worry, you’ll be back – we’re saving it for that just-right moment!) to Hudson Yards, a modern development that’s seriously impressive.

Known to locals for being the biggest real estate development deal in U.S. history, it’s become an attraction all its own with 14 acres of public space, gardens, and a park, as well as a hotel, mall, and the eye-catching The Vessel, a bronze sculpture that stands 15 stories tall. With its mix of stairs, flights, and landings, there’s an Instagram-worthy spot just waiting for you. To make the most of your time, you’ll have two options to choose from:

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03 Option A: The Edge

Take advantage of one of New York’s best views at the Edge, the world’s highest outdoor observation deck. At over 1,100’ high and extending 65’ feet into the air, the Edge offers unparalleled views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.

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04 Option B: The Shed

The Shed is both Hudson Yards’ art venue, featuring dance, concerts, plays, and more, as well as home to Cedric’s at The Shed, a full-service restaurant. If there’s an exhibition you’re interested in seeing , this could be worth a visit!

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05 Wander Above The Streets at The High Line

And now, it’s time for one of the absolute gems of New York: the High Line. Built on a historic rail line that carves through the city, the High Line is part public park, part gardens, part experience. The perspectives that it gives you of the city, the pockets of quietness you’ll find, and the smiles you’ll see from the people discovering this new side of New York combine for a remarkable experience. It’s more than just being above the streets and away from the traffic. Walking the High Line lets you feel more connected to the built city in a way few other cities around the world can pull off.

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06 Visit Little Island, a Park on The Hudson River

Most of the parks we’ll visit on your NYC 2-day itinerary are tucked in and around towering, magnificent buildings. What makes Little Island so unique is that it’s a park that popped up just on the Hudson River.

Made from the remains of Pier 54, this floating park is indeed little – you can walk it in just 15 minutes – but that only adds to its charm. Filled with green spaces that change to reflect the seasons, rolling hills, and well-designed pathways, this is a much-needed natural pause in the middle of a mighty, industrial city.

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07 Try a Delicious Slice of Pizza in Greenwich Village

Known more formally as Greenwich Village, the Village is one of New York’s most recognizable cultural spots. Though these tree-lined streets are now home to cafés, restaurants, and boutiques, this was the beating heart of the ‘60s counterculture movement. Filled with student energy courtesy of the adjacent New York University and the always-bustling Washington Square Park, the Village feels like New York. There are plenty of good eats to be had here, too. If you’ve been holding out for a New York slice, now’s the time to dig in! For my money, Artichoke Basille’s Pizza is one of the best in the city.

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08 Drop by Energetic Washington Square Park

What makes Washington Square Park such a unique place to visit during a New York City weekend is how energetic the park is. More than just a public park known for its iconic arch and fountain, it’s a gathering place for people from Greenwich Village, the students from NYU, it’s a performance space for amateurs and professionals alike, it’s a battle ground for chess players of all ages, and so much more. While it may be easier to stop and stay a while during the warmer summer months, any visit to the park is a memorable one.

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09 Come to Union Square

As you arrive at Union Square, you’re being welcomed fully back into the bustling, beating heart of New York City. Union Square, located at 14th Street and 5th Avenue, is one of the city’s more recognizable centers.

The park itself is a small oasis of green surrounded by buildings where you’ll find a bustling produce market four days a week. Nearby, one of the city’s most famous bookstores, The Strand, offers a collection of books that could span 18 miles. Plus, a collection of taverns, bars, and bakeries could tempt you with a mid-afternoon drink or dessert, depending on what you’re in the mood for.

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10 Come to Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park

Time for a quick stroll up Broadway to get to Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building. The Flatiron, so-named because it looks like something you’d iron your clothes with, is an iconic 1902 building from architect Daniel Burnham. It’s one of my favorite spots to take an “only in New York” photo!

From there, you’ll head to Madison Square Park and you’ll have a choice to make. If you’ve ever heard of Shake Shack, the delicious burger chain with some of the best milkshakes (and I’ve tasted a lot of milkshakes!), then you’ve got to pay homage to the very first Shake Shack that opened here in Madison Square Park. If you’re in the mood for an Italian meal in one of the most interesting markets in New York, make sure to stop by the Eataly Food Market for a bite.

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11 A New York City Must-See: The Empire State Building

We’ve saved one of the best moments of your weekend NYC itinerary for the evening: the Empire State Building. Even from the street level, the Empire State Building has a magnetic presence. You’ve undoubtedly seen it during the day from different vantage points throughout the city. Now, you’re here at the base of this 102-story Art Deco beauty.

Depending on your schedule, you may decide to opt out of heading to the observation decks. However, if you have the time, we highly recommend it. From learning about the history of its construction and the city around it to the expansive views that can include up to five other states, this is a terrific way to end your day in New York.

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12 End Your First Day Surrounded by Colorful Lights at Times Square

There’s no place like Times Square. Always filled with energy, Times Square is New York. The iconic filming spot for countless movies and TV shows, the always-on billboards, and the sight of the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop, it all comes together at Times Square.

With over 330,000 visitors each day, Times Square is an energizing way to cap the beginning of your New York adventure. From here, the night is yours. If you’ve been hoping to see a Broadway show, you’re now only blocks away from the heart of it! Just head north and you’ll be at your theater in a few minutes.

Soak up One Last View of NYC

If you want to soak up one last view of NYC, we’ve got two fun options laid out for you below.

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13 Option A: Summit One Vanderbilt (best observation deck in NYC)

While it’s hard to go wrong with observation decks in New York, Summit One Vanderbilt’s is the best one. Opened in 2021, this is the first observation deck on the East Side of Manhattan, meaning it offers remarkable views of the East River, the Chrysler Building, Central Park, and the Empire State Building. Plus, if you manage to make it in time for sunset, you will not regret it!

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14 Option B: The Refinery Rooftop

Another great way to wind down after your action-packed first day in New York is with the Refinery Rooftop, a bar in Midtown Manhattan.

With great views and even better cocktails, you’ll want to grab reservations at this popular evening spot – just in case!

Check out the menu and make your reservations at the Refinery Rooftop here .

NYC Itinerary: Day Two

Let’s get started on Day 2 of your 2-day NYC itinerary! You’ll start today in Manhattan before setting off for some adventures on Ellis Island and Brooklyn before returning to finish the day soaking up the city.

Even more than Day 1, today you’ll find tempting treats at nearly every stop of your journey. Our advice for Day 2: read through the guide once and see what sounds good to you (choosing between a SoHo brunch and a delicious meal in Little Italy is never easy!) and make some notes.

Then when you’re walking around, you’ll have a better idea of whether to give into temptation – or to hold out a little longer!

Start Your Second Day in NYC

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01 Explore Soho and Little Italy

Day 2 starts with one of our favorite spots in New York: SoHo!

SoHo, or South of Houston (pronounced How-ston, not Hue-ston), is filled with visual treats good eats, and great shopping.

Start your day off with a breakfast at either 12 Chairs (a fusion of Middle East cuisine and breakfast classics) or Banter NYC (a healthy brunch choice). From there, keep your eyes peeled for both the permanent street art and the more temporary sort.

Even if you’re not big on shopping, looking into some of SoHo’s shops is an experience in and of itself. With cast-iron buildings, cobblestone streets, and brick walls, it’s worth poking around.

For a taste of New York how it used to be, you’ve got to spend some time in Little Italy!

Thanks to its roots of Italian immigrants from Sicily and Naples coming in the 1880s, this area around Mulberry Street became one of the areas most tied to the idea of New York.

While there’s plenty of history and culture still in the air, we’d be misleading you if we didn’t tell you the best thing to do here was to eat!

Start hungry at standouts like Emilio’s Ballato, Parm, Rubirosa, and Lombardi’s. Then make sure you save room for some sweets, like gelato at La Bella Ferrara or a cannoli at Caffe Palermo.

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02 Take a Stroll Around Tribeca

With its fascinating blend of centuries of history and modern pop culture, a stroll through the Tribeca neighborhood is always a good time.

The history includes beautifully preserved Federal Style townhomes that date back to the 1820s and plenty of Civil War-era architecture. Those classic constructions make the backdrop for one of the most popular comedies of all time, Ghostbusters (1984), which visitors can celebrate at the fire station used for filming at 14 North Moore Street.

It’s also one of the best areas in NYC to go shopping, with a handful of timeless used book stores, great vintage shops, and boutiques. If you somehow made it through Little Italy without digging in, then you’ll definitely find a great bite to eat here.

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03 Take Some Time at 9/11 Memorial & Museum

One of the most important stops you’ll make during this NYC 2-day itinerary is to the 9/11 National Memorial .

This museum is located next to the World Trade Center and designed to honor the nearly 3,000 people who lost their lives in the attacks on September 11, 2001, as well as the bombing on February 26, 1993. It is also a moving tribute to those who risked their lives to save others, as well as the support that New Yorkers showed to each other in the difficult times that followed.

Given the more serious nature of this stop, I encourage you to take your time moving through it. Visitors often share that they spend between 30 minutes and two hours making their way through the memorials.

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04 Enjoy a Breathtaking View From One World Observatory

One World Observatory offers a truly unmatched view of New York. With 360° views from over 100 stories up, there is no higher building in New York from which to look out over the city.

Designed as the main building of the rebuilt World Trade Center complex, One World Trade Center is more than just an interesting place to visit, it’s a powerful reminder of the history of the World Trade Center.

It is also impressive, standing as the tallest building in the United States – and the seventh-tallest in the world. Almost as stunning as the view? The elevator ride up! It’s blink-and-you’ll-miss-it fast, shooting you up 102 stories in just 47 seconds.

For more information about the One World Observatory, including information about tickets, head to our complete guide .

Make The Most of Your Second Afternoon

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01 Say Hello to Lady Liberty

More than just a fascinating stop on any first-time visit to New York, the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island are an essential part of American history.

For more than 30 years in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Ellis Island was referred to as the “Island of Hope” because it represented the chance for immigrants to start a new life in America. The Statue of Liberty, a gift from the French that was dedicated in 1886, is located on Liberty Island and became a symbol of freedom and democracy.

Taking the ferry out to Ellis Island and being able to spend time learning about and exploring the Statue of Liberty may be one of the most powerful moments of your 2-day NYC trip.

The ferry itself only takes about 15 minutes to arrive at Ellis Island, and getting to the top of the Statue of Liberty only takes about 20 minutes.

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02 Visit The World's Most Famous Financial District

Home of New York’s financial center – and known the world over – Wall Street makes for one of the more interesting stops for any 2-day NYC itinerary.

For fun photo opportunities, you’ll definitely need to head to the Charging Bull, the bronze statue on Broadway just north of Bowling Green.

As for the New York Stock Exchange, you’d need to get here by 9:30am on a weekday to hear the opening bell. Otherwise, the historic building is still well worth a photo!

You can also pay respects at the 9/11 Memorial that rests where the former Twin Towers used to stand. This open air plaza is a powerful tribute to those that lost their lives, and the memorials can be a surprisingly quiet place even in such a busy part of the city.

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03 Take Some Classic NYC Pictures on Brooklyn Bridge

Get your cameras ready, because walking across the Brooklyn Bridge is going to set you up for some of the most classic NYC photos.

Built between 1869 and 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is NYC’s oldest suspension bridge. From this majestic 5,989’ bridge you’ll have the chance to see Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, the East River, Governors Island, Staten Island, New Jersey, and your new friend, the Statue of Liberty! For both locals and visitors alike, the Brooklyn Bridge is a popular spot. Because of that, you’ll want to be courteous of other people, especially if you’re trying to catch the perfect selfie angle.

If you’re taking your time and snapping pictures along the way, give yourself about an hour to finish the walk. If you’re planning to power through it and just take a few photos, you can expect to cross in 25 minutes or so.

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04 Enjoy Amazing Views of The Manhattan Skyline From Brooklyn Bridge Park

After finishing your walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, it’s time to start exploring Brooklyn!

This 85-acre sustainable park is situated right along Brooklyn’s East River waterfront. In addition to having spectacular, unobstructed views of Manhattan (among other things, you can see the beautiful World Trade Center as part of the skyline), the Brooklyn Bridge Park has plenty of fun, free activities. With an impressive nine lawns, the park is the ideal spot for a quick break during an adventure-packed two days in New York.

Brooklyn Bridge Park is also one of the best places to see sculptures and art outdoors in New York, with displays and installations that are refreshed regularly.

For more on what you can do while you’re at the park, including upcoming events, visit their official website .

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05 Take a Picture of The Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO

When you’re spending 2 days in New York, you have to make sure you seize the moment to get the best photos possible.

One of the most iconic spots? This DUMBO Manhattan Bridge view you find on Washington Street. Already one of the most eye-catching bridges in New York, the Manhattan Bridge connects Downtown Brooklyn with Lower Manhattan.

What makes this spot so unique is its combination of old, new, and New York. You’ve got trees poking out from the sides of red brick buildings, cute cobblestone streets, and the modernity of the Manhattan Bridge in the background. Not only that, you should also be able to see the Empire State Building, too!

FYI – Wondering what DUMBO means? No, there’s no connection with the animated Disney movie! It’s an acronym that stands for Down Under The Manhattan Bridge Overpass!

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06 Explore Some of The Best Restaurants at Time Out Market

One of the many joys of visiting New York is experiencing some of the world’s best restaurants all throughout the city. When you’re planning a weekend itinerary for New York, however, you’ve got to head straight for the Time Out Market.

This mouthwatering marketplace features more than 20 unique food concepts with two floors of restaurants and bars.

Once you’ve eaten your fill downstairs, be sure to check out the Roof Top Bar. It’s quite a New York moment to be sipping on one of their Signature Cocktails as you take in the Manhattan skyline!

Get ready to visit Brooklyn’s Time Out Market by checking the full list of dining and drinking options here.

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07 Take The NYC Ferry Back to Manhattan

From Brooklyn, it’s time to make our way back to Manhattan – and we’re going to do it in style on the NYC Ferry.

The ferry, which only takes about 10 minutes to cover the 2 miles between the Brooklyn Navy Yard and the Wall Street / Pier 11 Landing, is more than just a convenient option. From this New York City expert, this actually has one of the best views of the New York skyline you can get.

While the views of New York from the Empire State Building and 30 Rockefeller Center are impressive, seeing the city grow in size as you approach it on a ferry is one of our favorite parts of this 2-day NYC itinerary. Make sure your cameras are ready, because with just 10 minutes, you’ll have to get your pictures quickly!

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08 Let The Day End in The Lower East Side

We wrap up your whirlwind 2-day NYC itinerary with an evening in the Lower East Side, or the LES (as the locals call it).

Given that it’s a popular destination for drinks, dinner, and music, it’s only fitting you spend your last evening in New York here. From a neighborhood that gets much of its character from the vibrant blend of cultures – including Jewish, Russian, Ukrainian, Italian, and Irish – the Lower East Side is a wonderful blend.

Enjoy a taste of one of the most famous Jewish delis in town by grabbing a table at Katz’s Delicatessen . To get the full experience, we recommend a pastrami on rye with mustard, juicy (meaning… fatty).

After dinner, head up to the cloudM Rooftop bar , enjoy a finely crafted cocktail, and sit back as you take in the beauty of the sunset and evening of New York.

10 Tips for Visiting NYC for First Time

Your first visit to NYC is going to be unforgettable, there’s no doubt about that.

Make sure it’s unforgettable for all the right reasons by following these 10 tips, and your NYC weekend will go as smoothly as possible.

  • Wear comfortable clothing – To make the most of a 2-day NYC itinerary, you’ll need to be on the move. While you may want to dress your best for the photos, make sure that you’ve got shoes that you can use for miles of walking and layers of clothes to stay comfortable.
  • Charge your phone – From taking videos of the Statue of Liberty to scanning your digital tickets, your phone is going to get a workout while you follow this NYC weekend itinerary. Charge it before you go and keep it in airplane mode when you’re not expecting calls, and you’ll be in great shape.
  • Use the subway – One thing I’ve learned over my years of visiting NYC: New York City is almost *too* walkable! Don’t forget to save your legs and take advantage of the easy-to-use public transportation system in New York.
  • Keep your head up – For one, there’s so much amazing architecture in New York City that you can appreciate when you’re alert to your surroundings. Another, more practical reason: there are a lot of people walking around, and you’ll need to stay active to avoid running into them.
  • Grab a sightseeing pass – As a way of saving time and money for your weekend NYC trip, a NYC sightseeing pass is a great option. We share our tips for picking the best NYC sightseeing pass for your trip here .
  • Stay in a hotel near transportation – New York City is one of the easiest big cities in the world to get around. The only trick? Making sure you’re near public transportation. With some hotels, you might have a great view or a great rate, but they could leave you spending more time getting to where you want to go.
  • Plan your eating – There’s no shortage of delicious eats in New York City. When you’re coming for your first trip, do yourself a favor and reserve a restaurant or two. This will make sure that even if you get off your itinerary a little bit, you’ll still leave your trip having checked off some boxes.
  • Stop by a park – With museums, buildings, and sports being some of NYC’s major draws, it can be easy to overlook some of the city’s true gems: its parks! Make sure to save some time to stop by Central Park, Prospect Park, Washington Square Park, and others to see a greener side of the city.
  • Don’t rent a car – First of all, the public transportation is so good that you don’t need a car to get anywhere you want to go. Second, having to deal with parking will take away from the fun of your weekend. From difficult-to-find spots to overnight parking charges, save yourself the stress and enjoy a car-free weekend in NYC.
  • Eat pizza and bagels – We save our best tip for last. Make sure to start one of your mornings with a bagel or egg sandwich, and include a stop for a New York slice during the day.

Easy Ways To Get Around NYC In A Weekend

If you’re planning a 2-day weekend itinerary for NYC, then you’ll need to know the best ways to get around the city. Some brave travelers want to spend the whole weekend walking, and while we commend them, our legs and feet need a break every once in a while!

Here are our four favorite ways of getting around NYC for the weekend:

  • NYC By Subways and Buses – New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) operates throughout all five of NYC’s boroughs, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Grab a MetroCard from any of the automated machines and getting around the city will be easy!
  • NYC by Taxi or Rideshare – With the availability of taxis and rideshares, you really have no reason to rent a car while you’re in NYC. New York’s iconic yellow taxis can be hailed from the street or requested through apps like Curb. You can also use your favorite ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft.
  • NYC by Bike – When the weather is decent, biking around New York City can be one of the fastest and most enjoyable modes of transportation. Whether you rent a bike for your full stay or take advantage of Citi Bike, NYC’s bike-sharing system, it’s a wonderful way to see the city.
  • Hop-on, Hop-off Bus – For a way of getting around NYC that’s geared toward your itinerary, a Hop-on Hop-off NYC Bus could be your best bet. Cheaper than taking the taxi to each stop, better suited to any weather, and with a better view than the metro, these buses are ideal for tourists planning a 2-day NYC itinerary.

Best Tours to Experience New York City in 2 Days

A self-guided New York City tour gives you plenty of freedom to see the city exactly how you want. Still, there’s something to be said for a guided tour to reveal more of what makes New York City so special.

From themed tours all about pizza to general tours that give you insights into the history and culture of New York, there’s something for every interest. See below for some of our favorite guided tours:

  • Hamilton Musical Walking Tour – Before you see the musical on Broadway, walk the steps of Alexander Hamilton throughout New York City. Highlights include Thomas Jefferson’s home, King’s College and Trinity Church.
  • New York: Central Park Movie Sites Walking Tour – Visit one of the most iconic filming sites in the world: Central Park. This guided NYC tour takes you to where famous scenes from Home Alone 2, Ghostbusters, Harry and Sally, and more were filmed.
  • Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour – New York knows how to put on a show! Anyone who enjoys theater, stage, and New York City history will enjoy this guided tour.
  • Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island: 4-Hour Guided Tour – Did you know part of the Statue of Liberty was crowdfunded? And no, not with Kickstarter! This story and plenty of other fun facts about the Statue of Liberty are revealed during this interesting 4-hour guided tour.
  • Greenwich Village Pizza Walk – If pizza is on the top of your 2-day NYC itinerary, then sign up for this Greenwich Village and Little Italy walking tour. You’ll enjoy slices of pizza from 3 different stores while learning about the culinary history of the area.

For more, we’ve collected all of the best walking tours of NYC here.

Best Neighborhood To Stay In New York City For 2 Days

When you’re coming to New York City for the weekend, you can make the most of your limited time by choosing the right NYC neighborhood to stay in.

To help you with your decision, we’ve outlined the best areas to stay in New York City for 2 days, along with who they might be best for!

  • First time In NYC? Stay in the Theater District – For a lively look at New York’s highest-energy area, the Theater District between 42nd Street and 50th Street to the west of Sixth Avenue is ideal. While also great for seeing a Broadway show, its main subway stop – 42nd Street Broadway – connects to many other lines throughout the city.
  • Want to see all the NYC sights? Stay in Midtown – Want to enjoy lots of New York’s cultural institutions without having to travel to and fro on the subway? A Midtown stay connects you with shopping, theater, and museums at walking distance.
  • Visiting NYC with family? Stay in the Upper West Side – Being close to Central Park, Natural History Museum, and a quieter part of town is the ideal combination for families exploring NYC for the first time.
  • Coming for New York’s nightlife? Stay in the Meatpacking District – When you like to plan your trips around bars and clubs, stay in the Meatpacking District and enjoy bars that don’t close until 4am on the weekend.
  • Traveling with foodies? Stay in SoHo – If your trip orbits around fine dining and some of New York’s best food choices, staying in the SoHo and Tribeca areas will put you right in the heart of the culinary scene.
  • Looking for NYC’s quieter side? Stay in the Upper East Side – From families needing a quieter area to settle in during the evenings to those who like a nice break after a long day of exploring, the residential Upper East Side and Lincoln Center provide travelers with a calmer stay (and some of the city’s most beautiful architecture!).

3 Things To Know Before You Go

  • Grab Tickets Ahead Of Time – New York is a city full of energy, so it can be tempting to just go with the flow and see what happens when you’re there. However, for trips as quick and action-packed as this NYC weekend itinerary is, we highly recommend buying tickets in advance to save time in line. With a sightseeing pass, you’ll save even more time. We’ve compared all of NYC’s best sightseeing passes for you here .
  • Follow Our Maps – While it’s easier than ever to open up a map on your phone and see what’s around you, our maps were designed to help you make the most of your trip. Bookmark this page and save our maps, and you’ll have an easy-to-follow guide right in your pocket.
  • Buy This Itinerary – The Big Apple is a lot to take in, and we want you to stay in the moment! By buying this New York City itinerary – along with beautifully designed maps, insider advice, and locals-only tips – you don’t ever have to worry about what’s next. Just enjoy!

FAQs About Spending A Weekend in NYC

Is it worth going to new york city for a weekend.

A weekend is an excellent amount of time to experience what New York City has to offer. It’s especially ideal for a visit because you won’t be dealing with the workday hustle and bustle, and the majority of museums will be open.

Is 2 nights in NYC enough?

2 nights is more than enough time to discover New York City. By spending full days in the city, you can focus on everything the Big Apple has to offer.Whether it’s during the week or the weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to check out different parts of the city, spend time in a museum or two, and enjoy some of the city’s famous restaurants.

How much money do I need for 2 days in NYC?

According to past travelers, the cost per day of a vacation in New York City is around $240. Average costs include $37 on meals per day and $39 in transportation. Much of this budget will also go to your hotel stay, so depending on the quality and location, you can either save or splurge accordingly!

Can you walk all of Manhattan in a day?

Yes, it’s possible to walk Manhattan in about 12 hours. If you go for it, be sure to stop for snacks! To enjoy the trip, plan out interesting activities that can double as breaks along the way. For example, walk through Central Park so you can stop for a picnic or on a park bench, but save the museums for another day when your legs are fresher!

What is the best month to visit New York City?

There are two great times for your first visit to New York City: the spring and the fall. From April to June, you’ll find New York’s weather is the best and increasingly longer days. In November and December, you can see the city’s beautiful fall colors and its unique celebrations for Thanksgiving , Christmas, and New Year.

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Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned local, you're guaranteed to learn something new on these guided tours of New York City. Tour options range from sightseeing outings to the city's famous attractions to leisurely dinner cruises on the Hudson River.

Bike Rent NYC – Central Park Bike Tour

Price: From $49 Duration: 2 hours

Led by Bike Rent NYC, the Central Park Bike Tour covers roughly 5 miles of Central Park in two hours, and stops along the way include the Bethesda Fountain, Strawberry Fields and the Reservoir. Reviewers generally praise the guides' knowledge of and enthusiasm for the park, and they note that the tours are not paricularly strenuous.

Tours are available multiple times daily, with the first departing at 9 a.m. Tickets cover the use of bicycles as well as helmets, which are mandatory for riders 14 and younger. Bikers can purchase insurance for an additional fee.

Prefer to explore on your own? The company also rents bikes for self-guided tours.

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Ahoy NY Tours & Tasting – Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest Walking Food Tour

Price: From $105 Duration: 3 hours

Eat your way through Chinatown and Little Italy on this three-hour walking tour of New York City. As you explore iconic neighborhoods with an expert guide, you'll stop for seven samples of traditional dishes. Tastings may include Chinese dumplings, cannolis and homemade mozzarella, among other delicacies. Participants praise guides for their historical knowledge of the area and the amount of food served; many warn that you'll want to arrive hungry to fully enjoy all of the tour's offerings.

Tickets cover all food, and participants 21 and older have the option to add a glass of wine or beer at the seated tasting. If you're still hungry, Ahoy NY Tours & Tasting also offers tours of Mulberry Street.

On Location Tours – "Sex and the City" Hotspots Tour

Price: From $66 Duration: 3.5 hours

New York City offers something for just about everyone, including fans of a certain television show starring four fashionable women. On Location Tours' "Sex and the City" Hotspots Tour takes travelers via bus to more than 40 locations where Sarah Jessica Parker and her costars were filmed wining, dining and shopping. Travelers visit famed neighborhoods, such as midtown Manhattan, Greenwich Village, SoHo and the Meatpacking District, stopping for photo-ops along the way. Tourgoers rave about the experienced and amusing guides and assure you don't have to be a fan to enjoy the tour.

The adults-only (18 and older) outings are generally offered Thursday through Sunday at 2 p.m., but the tour runs daily during the summer months. Availability may be more limited in the winter. The company also offers a variety of other TV- and movie-themed bus tours, including those that visit locations featured in "Gossip Girl." If you'd rather walk, consider the company's Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour.

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ExperienceFirst – Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Guided Tour

Price: Adults from $79; kids from $75 Duration: 5 hours

For an in-depth look at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, sign up for this excursion with ExperienceFirst. The five-hour tour includes access to the grounds of Liberty and Ellis islands, the Immigration Museum and the Statue of Liberty Museum, as well as round-trip ferry tickets. What's more, you'll enjoy priority line access to board the ferry. Guides win praise from reviewers for their expertise and engaging delivery, as well as their ability to navigate the crowds.

Tours depart daily at 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The 3.5-hour guided portion of the five-hour tour begins at Castle Clinton in Battery Park and ends at Ellis Island. From there, you can continue to explore on your own for as long as you wish or hop back on the ferry to return to Battery Park. ExperienceFirst also conducts three-hour "express" Statue of Liberty tours , in addition to walking tours of various New York City neighborhoods, including Little Italy and Chinatown.

Broadway Up Close Walking Tours – Broadway's Beginnings

Price: Adults from $41; kids from $36 Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Theater fans can't miss the chance to tag along on the Broadway's Beginnings tour. During the nearly two-hour, half-mile walking tour, you'll pass by the theaters at the southern end of the Broadway theater district, from 41st Street to 44th Street. Along the way, your expert guide will share tales of Broadway's early years and detail how Broadway shows evolve from the first rehearsal to opening night. Plus, guides regale you with stories of the ghosts that reportedly haunt the district's theaters. Reviewers rave about the guides' passion for theater and the behind-the-scenes scoop they share.

Tours are generally available Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. A maximum of 15 participants are allowed to tour. Can't get enough of Broadway? The company offers a variety of other themed tours, including one that focuses on "Hamilton: An American Musical" and another one all about the Shubert brothers (best known for their theater empire in the 1900s).

Top Dog Tours New York City – Ghosts of Greenwich Village Tour

Price: From $35 Duration: 2 hours

Hear all about the ghosts that purportedly haunt Greenwich Village on this two-hour stroll. Among the sites you'll pass by are the Anne Charlotte Lynch House, where Edgar Allan Poe debuted some of his most famous works, the Hangman's Elm, a more than 300-year-old tree in Washington Square Park that is believed to be the site of many hangings during the American Revolution, and the Jefferson Market Library, a former courthouse. Travelers recommend this tour if you're a fan of the paranormal and are interested in the history of Greenwich Village. Reviewers give kudos to the guides, who they describe as friendly and captivating.

Tours operate nightly at 8 p.m. and are offered in English and Spanish. Note that Top Dog Tours says this experience is not suitable for kids younger than 12.

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You'll visit the 9/11 Memorial, a plaza at the former site of the twin towers, during the 9/11 Ground Zero Tour.

9/11 Ground Zero Tour

Price: Adults from $39; kids from $35 Duration: 1.5 hours

Go beyond the 9/11 Memorial with this 90-minute walking tour, led by New Yorkers with personal connections to 9/11. Tours begin at St. Paul's Chapel, which served as an impromptu rescue center during the attacks, and then move to the 9/11 Memorial, a plaza at the former site of the twin towers. From there, your tour may also stop at the FDNY Memorial Wall, the "Survivor Tree" or the Oculus at the World Trade Center transit hub, depending on your tour guide. Tour-takers find the guides to be insightful, respectful and passionate.

Tours take place daily at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Packages that combine the 9/11 Ground Zero Tour with a visit to the 9/11 Museum or to the One World Observatory are also available.

New York Media Boat – Adventure Sightseeing Tour

Price: Adults from $99; kids from $75 Duration: 1 hour

If you're looking for a unique (and thrilling) tour of NYC's top sights, consider this 60-minute speed boat ride aboard a vessel originally reserved for photographers and news crews. After departing from North Cove Marina in lower Manhattan, you'll zip across the Hudson River for views of downtown, midtown and the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. You'll also sail under the Brooklyn Bridge, along the Brooklyn waterfront and around Governors Island. Plus, the tour offers up-close views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Reviewers say this is a fun and memorable way to see the sights and applaud the captain for their interesting commentary and handling of the boat.

Boats depart several times daily, but availability is limited in the winter months. New York Media Boat also operates private tours.

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Nice Guy Tours – Lower East Side Tour

Price: From $89 Duration: 3 hours

You'll want to come hungry for this New York City food tour, which visits a minimum of seven eateries for samples of pickles, pastrami and doughnuts, among other dishes. During the three-hour walking tour, you'll stop at famous restaurants like Katz's Deli and Russ & Daughters as your guide regales you with stories about the Lower East Side's history and culture. Reviewers are particularly fond of the guides, who they describe as friendly, informative and entertaining. Travelers are also complimentary of the generous amount of food offered.

Tours are available Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:30 a.m. A maximum of 12 people are allowed on each tour. The company also offers food tours of Greenwich Village.

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Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises – Landmarks Cruise

Price: Prices vary Duration: 1.5 hours

The Landmarks Cruise offered by Circle Line allows you to soak in dramatic views of the New York City skyline from the water surrounding Manhattan. The 90-minute boat ride sails beneath New York's famous bridges, including the Brooklyn Bridge, cruises past the Statue of Liberty and glides by other famous structures. English-speaking guides, who are characterized by reviewers as informed and entertaining, provide a running commentary about the various sights. Food and drinks, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, are available for purchase.

Prices may vary based on the time and date of the cruise. Passengers also have the option of purchasing premier seating. Cruises depart at multiple times daily between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Pier 83 at Hudson River Park. Specialized cruises to the Statue of Liberty and evening cruises are also available.

Foods of NY Tours – Heart and Soul of Greenwich Village

Price: Adults from $75; kids from $50 Duration: 3 hours

The Heart and Soul of Greenwich Village tour highlights the diverse culinary offerings of one of the city's most eclectic neighborhoods. Reviewers enthusiastically praise the varied array of food sampled during the three-hour walking tour, which stops at various cafes and specialty shops for seven tastings – two seated, the rest on the go. Specific tastings vary by day and time, but may include artichoke pizza, fresh pasta, empanadas or kati rolls.

Tours are offered Thursday through Monday year-round. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, tours depart at noon (with a possible additional tour at 12:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday); on Thursday and Monday, tours start at 2 p.m. The tickets cover the food and one bottle of water. Excursions are limited to 16 people. Foods of NY Tours also conducts tours of other neighborhoods, such as Chinatown and Little Italy, as well as Brooklyn.

Tommy's New York – The Catacombs by Candlelight

Price: Adults from $36; kids from $30 Duration: 1.5 hours

Explore the crypts beneath the Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral and enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour with Tommy's New York. On the 90-minute tour, participants will learn the history of the catacombs, which date back to 1815, and the histories of the people buried here, including bishops, priests and families. Unlike the catacombs in Paris and Rome, there are no visible bones. Tourgoers will also walk through the cathedral and see its Erben pipe organ. Reviewers applaud guides for their engaging and educational delivery and vast knowledge of New York history.

Tours are available Thursday through Monday at multiple times between 10:30 a.m. and 4:15 p.m.

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Learn all about Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo with Free Tours by Foot.

Free Tours by Foot – Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO Tour

Price: Free Duration: 3 hours

For a local's perspective on Brooklyn history, consider this three-hour walking tour. You'll start your tour by walking a mile over the Brooklyn Bridge. Then, you'll explore America's first suburb, Brooklyn Heights, before stopping to admire the views of Manhattan and New York Harbor. You'll end the tour in Dumbo. Participants compliment guides for their expertise and friendly personalities, as well as their willingness to answer questions. Because it's a name-your-own-price tour, participants choose if they want to compensate the guide at the tour's conclusion.

Tours, which meet at City Hall Park, are offered daily at 9:30 a.m. Though the tour is free, reservations must be made on the company's website. The company offers a variety of other themed tours, including walks through Harlem, Chinatown and Little Italy.

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Zip Aviation – Big City Helicopter Tour

Price: From $279 Duration: 20 minutes

Escape the crowds and enjoy panoramic vistas of the Big Apple on Zip Aviation's Big City Helicopter Tour. The route extends from Liberty Harbor up to the Bronx with views of landmarks, such as the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Yankee Stadium and New York's various rivers and iconic bridges, along the way. Reviewers repeatedly laud the exceptional views, the one-of-a-kind flight experience and the professional staff. Plus, prerecorded commentary is provided in multiple languages.

Zip Aviation limits tours to six passengers, depending on the aircraft. The tour, which is available Monday to Saturday at a variety of times between 9:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., lasts 20 minutes. The company also offers 15-minute flights concentrating on the Liberty Harbor area and nighttime skyline tours.

The Wall Street Experience – Wall Street Insider Tour

Price: Adults from $39; kids from $35 Duration: 75 minutes

The Wall Street Experience's Wall Street Insider Tour traverses some of the oldest streets of New York City. The 75-minute walking tour goes past (but not inside) the New York Stock Exchange, which is closed to the public, and the Federal Reserve. As you meander the streets of lower Manhattan, guides – many of whom are traders, investment bankers and stockbrokers – discuss the Financial District's history, architecture and related trivia. Travelers describe guides as funny and extremely well-versed in both finance and New York history.

Outings start at Broad Street, just around the corner from Wall Street, at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The company also offers tours that focus on the 2008 financial crisis.

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Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises – Harbor Lights Sunset Cruise

Price: Prices vary Duration: 2 hours

The Big Apple shines at night, and a great way to take in the glistening skyline is from the water. The Harbor Lights Sunset Cruise allows you to do just that, admiring some of the city's most recognizable landmarks, including the Empire State Building and the High Line, during the two-hour evening sail. Cruisers relish the expansive views, photo-ops and engaging commentary, and describe the tour as relaxing.

The tours, which depart nightly at 7 p.m. from Pier 83, feature narration by guides. Prices vary based on time and date of cruise. Cruisers also have the option of purchasing premier seating. Circle Line offers daytime cruises, as well as specialized cruises to the Statue of Liberty.

USA Guided Tours – Discover NY Bus Tour

Price: Adults from $99; kids from $89 Duration: 6 hours

For an immersive exploration of New York City, hop on the Discover NY Bus Tour. The six-hour tour departs from Times Square at 9 and 10 a.m. daily and takes tourists to top spots like Madison Square Park, Rockefeller Center and Central Park. At each stop, guides will exit the vehicle with the group for short walks and provide detailed information regarding sights, such as the Dakota building (where John Lennon once lived), the Flatiron Building and the 9/11 Memorial. The informative and friendly guides routinely win praise from tourgoers. Reviewers also say the tour is well organized and a great option if you're hoping to see the top sights in one day.

All tickets include a boat ride on the Staten Island Ferry. If you're hoping to admire the city at night, consider the company's evening bus tour.

Intrepid Urban Adventures – New York Tenements, Tales, and Tastes Discovery

Price: From $79 Duration: 3 hours

This walking tour of the Lower East Side, Little Italy and Chinatown illustrates how immigration shaped New York's culture and culinary history. Throughout the three-hour tour, you'll sample four ethnic foods (such as knishes, prosciutto and dumplings) with a knowledgeable guide providing information about the cuisine and culture of the area. Stops include restaurants, bakeries, churches and historic sites. Reviewers heap praise on the attentive guides and recommend pairing this tour with a trip to Ellis Island to gain a better understanding of the early immigrant story.

Tours are generally offered daily at 10 a.m. Groups are limited to 14 people. Intrepid Urban Adventures also leads tours all about Alexander Hamilton, in addition to private outings.

HeliNY – The New Yorker Tour

Price: From $199 Duration: 12 to 15 minutes

Soar above the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Chelsea Piers, Times Square and more on this approximately 15-minute helicopter flight. As you marvel at the sights below, your pilot will point out landmarks and answer any questions. Previous passengers describe the flight as magical and an amazing way to see NYC. Reviewers also praise the staff for their friendliness and professionalism.

Ticket prices start at approximately $199 per person and do not include the additional $40 facility and fuel fees. Prices may fluctuate depending on the time and date of your booking. There is a 275-pound weight limit per passenger. If you're looking for a longer flight, consider booking HeliNY's Deluxe Tour, which lasts up to 30 minutes.

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Show Me Seattle

2 Hour Highlights of Seattle Tour

Quick Details

  • Hour Glass Duration: 2 hours
  • Clock Start Time: 10 a.m.
  • Heart COVID Safety: Vehicles sanitized before all tours.
  • Bus Pick-Up Location: : Downtown Seattle

NEW for 2024: See Seattle’s Top Spots – All In 2 Hours!

Wanting to see the highlights of the Emerald City but don’t have much time? Show Me Seattle’s 2 hour tour will take you to all the photo spots that make up the perfect Seattle photo album. Learn about the city’s history and culture from our knowledgable local guides as you cruise around in our comfy mini coach, hopping out at all the best places to snap photos, including the Space Needle, the Amazon Spheres, The Fremont Troll, the Dragon Gate and more, and of course a vista viewpoint for a shot of the city skyline and Mt. Rainier.

We’ve curated the best of the city – join Seattle’s original small group tour company for a jam packed 2 hours with the best tour guides in town.

  • Chevron down 1. Downtown Area

The city tour begins in Seattle’s bustling downtown core, highlighting the Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Shopping District, and the world’s first Starbucks.

  • Chevron down 2. Pioneer Square & Stadium District

Seattle’s original downtown is now a 35-square-block historic district filled with turn-of-the-century Romanesque architecture, art galleries, and trendy restaurants, all of which border the sports stadiums for the Seahawks, Sounders, and Mariners.

  • Chevron down 3. International District & Waterfront

Home to Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Cambodian, and Hmong communities, this neighborhood continues to play a role in Seattle’s multicultural identity. Seattle’s waterfront includes the aquarium, Ferris wheel, classic seafood restaurants, funky souvenir shops, historic piers, and ferry and water taxi terminals.

  • Chevron down 4. Seattle Center & Queen Anne View Point

The Seattle Center is a 72-acre urban park and is the site of the 1962 World’s Fair. It’s the home of the Space Needle, Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project, Dale Chihuly’s Garden and Glass exhibition, and the Pacific Science Center.

Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill provides a dramatic panoramic photo opportunity of Seattle’s skyline. You also view the spectacular architecture and aesthetic in one of the city’s more exclusive, old-money neighborhoods.

Health and Safety Policy

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We take the health of our guests and our guides very seriously. We’re carefully following evolving COVID-19 health and safety recommendations set forth by our local and state Public Health authorities, and the CDC. Until further notice, we require that masks are worn (covering both the mouth AND nose) at all times on tours. We will also adhere to social distancing protocols.

We strive to create an experience that guests will enjoy and remember – and, in these times, where everyone will also feel safe. If anyone arrives on tour without a mask, or displays incorrect mask usage during the tour, they will be asked to leave in order to protect the safety of the group. Similarly, we ask that all guests adhere to the social distance guidelines that our guides set forth while on tour to ensure that everyone has a safe experience. Thank you!

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Epic Seattle Private Tour

An unforgettable Seattle experience – Seattle Sightseeing + Pike Place Market + The Space Needle and Chihuly Garden & Glass all in one tour.  City Highlights and Seattle’s most famous landmarks make for a truly Epic day! Private guide, transportation and all attraction tickets included.  

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Experience the best of the city with a small group of no more than 14 guests! Great way to get to know all of Seattle in a short amount of time, we’ll explore all the major attractions and give you a glimpse into the charming neighborhoods that make Seattle unique.

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Review: The Big Bus Tour in New York City

I absolutely loved the Big Bus Tour in New York City. It’s the best way to go sightseeing in an open-top, hop-on hop-off, top-rated tour and explore the best New York attractions !

If this is your first-time visiting New York and you want to see all the top landmarks, this double-decker tour bus will take you there.

The Big Bus Tour in New York

You may be wondering if a hop-on hop-off bus is worth it. Absolutely, yes!

If you consider the time and money spent on transportation costs, waiting for buses, navigating the subway (which can be confusing for visitors), and getting from one point of interest to another, it is worth every dollar!

I had a great visit to New York City on Big Bus Tour. My goal was to show the city to some friends from Italy who were visiting the US for the first time.

Since we only had about two days to spend together, the hop-on hop-off was undoubtedly the best decision.

From our experience, we’ll answer commonly asked questions about the Hop-on Hop-off bus while visiting New York City.

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Why take the big bus tour in new york.

While seeing New York from the open-top deck of the double-decker bus, the city unfolded block by block with panoramic views from every angle.

As we traveled through the streets, the sights were unobstructed and new visual backdrops were revealed.

The towering skyscrapers and colorful billboards filled the air with excitement and as the cityscape continued to change, it gave a grand feeling to the experience.

I especially enjoyed being able to relax from the upper deck of the bus while taking in the energy of city scenes.

Because I also live in a large city, the rhythm felt familiar from the elevated vantage point .

Car horns were honking, crowds traversed through the streets and there was an endless hum of activity.

Best of all, the tour gave me the chance to interact with other travelers who were seeing New York while waiting for the tour to began.

We struck up conversations and exchanged stories, insights, and recommendations during our stay in New York.

How Much is the Big Bus Tour in New York

The regular price of an adult and child ticket is $60.00 and $50.00, respectively. However, you can use the link below for discounted fares.

Get discounts for the Big Bus Tour NYC  here .

How Long is the Big Bus Tour in New York

The round-trip New York City Big Bus Tour takes about two hours from start to finish.

The bus is the perfect solution for visitors worldwide because they offer pre-recorded audio narratives and translations in five languages — French, German, Spanish, Italian, and English.

Are There Toilets on the Big Bus

No. Unlike charter buses, you won’t travel long between stops. So the best thing to do is exit at a stop, find a public restroom, see an attraction, if desired, and then catch the next bus.

If you are not sure where to find one, ask a Big Bus guide on the street. The driver may also have some suggestions.

Charter buses come equipped with a bathroom because travel is expected to be for a much longer period.

How Does the Big Bus Tour Work in New York City

The tour offers three options for purchase — 1-day, 2-day, and 3-day.

When you decide the number of days of your tour and purchase your ticket, the clock starts when your ticket is scanned while boarding the bus for the first time.

The ticket is good for 24, 48, or 72 hours. So, if you have a 1-day ticket and board the bus at 11:00 AM on Monday, it can still be used until 11:00 AM on Tuesday.

We found a ton of touring options for sightseeing in New York.

Aside from the extended period, the 2 and 3-day tickets also offer discounted bike rentals.

The buses run every 20 minutes on average. However, the first stop at the M&M store can be a long wait during peak season.

You can exit or board at any of the designated stops as much as you want.

The only exclusion is the one-loop tour Night Tour which is a panoramic non-stop tour.

Where to Catch the Big Bus Tour in New York City

During the tour, the buses only stop at designated stops.

Your ticket is good for as long as the buses operate during the day and it may be used on both the red and blue routes.

When you board, make sure you get a hop-on hop-off New York bus route map!

Big Bus NYC Red Route

The red route sightseeing tour covers lower Manhattan and you’ll see many landmarks like St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Wall Street, the Chrysler Building, and General Grant’s Tomb.

You can catch a tour at any one of the following bus stops and you can get your tickets in advance of boarding.

1 – M&M’s World – 7th Ave & W 48th St (Outside M&M World & Majestic Deli)

2 – Times Square East – W 42nd St & Broadway (at Knickerbocker Hotel)

3 – Empire State Building / Korea Town – 5th Ave & W 32nd St (at CVS Pharmacy)

4 – Flatiron District – 5th Ave & W 23rd St (at Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop)

5 – SoHo – Broadway and Spring Street (at Nike Store)

6 – Chinatown / Little Italy – 100 Lafayette Street (near the corner at Walker St)

7 – Brooklyn Bridge – Park Row & Beekman St (across from 33 Park Row)

8 – Wall Street / Charging Bull – Broadway & Wall St (Southwest corner near Rector St)

9 – Statue of Liberty / Battery Park – State St and Bridge St (at Subway Entrance)

10 – Circle Line Sightseeing – 12th Ave & 40th St (opposite Pier 81)

11 – Times Square North – 7th Ave & W 50th St (at Majestic Deli)

Big Bus NYC Blue Route

The blue route covers upper Manhattan, and half of the ride is mostly views of Central Park. You can switch to the blue route at red stop #2.

We recommend changing routes at stop #11 (the Majestic Deli) where you can take a break and have a nice lunch.

12 – The Metropolitan Museum of Art – 5th Ave & E 83rd St (near 83rd St)

13 – Central Park Zoo – 5th Ave & E 66th St (opposite 845 5th Ave)

14 – Columbus Circle – Central Park & Columbus Circle (SW corner of Central Park)

Tips and Things to Know Before You Go

The bus has two levels, the upper level offers panoramic views of the city but be careful of overhanging traffic lights and trees. Don’t stand while the bus is in motion.

  • After you find a seat, check the audio to confirm it is working.
  • Snacks are allowed. Bring a frozen bottle of water and protein bites to keep you energized.
  • When on the upper deck, cover up with sunscreen to protect your skin on hot sunny days.
  • If you are a family of 3 or more, take seats across from one another so you’ll have views and photos from both sides of the bus.

Tourists were lined up at stop #1 at least an hour before departure and the line extended the entire block and rounded the corner.

We decided to see other points of interest and returned around 11:00 AM.

The wait to board the bus was about 20 minutes. It was a relaxing ride and there we saw so much!

By the time we reached stop #9, we were pumped and ready to exit the bus so that we could explore the city! And you probably will be too.

Here’s the secret sauce that really made the experience memorable. Exit at stop #9 and take a FREE ferry to Staten Island.

To see the Statue of Liberty, stand on the left side of the boat. When returning, stand on the right side.

Traveling on a budget? Read my review of the Westside YMCA Hotel !

Final Thoughts About the Big Bus Tour in New York City

Overall, the tour was a pleasant way to see New York city and when you are on the upper deck, you hardly notice the traffic.

Some other advantages of seeing the city by bus include:

  • Avoiding parking hassles. I mean, who actually drives in New York?!
  • Photo opportunities. With the open-top or large windows, you have excellent photo opportunities as you pass by iconic landmarks and cityscapes.
  • Comprehensive sightseeing of major landmarks and attractions within two hours.
  • You can get local recommendations from the guides who operate the bus.

I usually opt for a hop-on hop-off bus when I am short on time or to get my bearings in the city before deciding what to do.

Either way, when you take the tour bus, it doesn’t appear impossible to take a bite out of the Big Apple.

Happy Travels!

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Dubai Classic City Tour

Dubai Classic City Tour

Unmissable sights of a sparkling city

Paid activity

Address:   Dubai

Discover all of Dubai’s most memorable and famous sights in one tour. Combining the charming, old and historical, with the contemporary and glittering, the Dubai Classic City Tour covers every attraction on your Dubai checklist, in a day of unforgettable sightseeing. Embark on a journey through Dubai’s modern, vibrant metropolis, and get to know a city infused with tradition, heritage, and modern achievements. Explore the oldest fishing villages and old towns, with a stop at the beautiful Jumeirah Mosque and Bastakiya area, before visiting Dubai’s record-breaking and modern landmarks including the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab. Experience the authentic spice and sounds of the Souks, and explore the past in Dubai Museum, and then hop aboard a traditional Abra Taxi along Dubai Creek. Venture to the famous Palm Jumeirah, where city beach lifestyle meets luxury, before finishing your tour at the atmospheric Mall of the Emirates. Along the way, you’ll catch endless glimpses of magnificent ocean views along the bustling Sheikh Zayed Road, on a tour that combines boats, walking, transport, and hotel collection.

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How to get to there?

  • 5 minutes by taxi 5 min by taxi
  • 5 minutes by metro 5 min by metro
  • 5 minutes by bus 5 min by bus

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Location: Passengers should report to the concierge desk of the selected hotel at the designated pick-up time. Standard waiting time is 15 minutes from the designated pick-up time. Confirmation: Please show your Dubai Experience Itinerary to the driver. General T&C:        • Tour includes pick-up and drop-off from selected Dubai Hotels on sharing basis. Tour Itinerary:          - Between 08:30 and 09:30  Pick up from the hotel          - 09:30 to 10:00  Drive to New Dubai Harbour          - 10:00 to 10:30  30 Mins. Marina Sightseeing Cruise (Free soft drink or water on board)          - 10:40 to 11:00  Drive to Palm Jumeirah          - 11:00 to 11:30  Photo Stop at Pointe (Palm Jumeirah)          - 11:30 to 11:45  Drive to Burj Al Arab           - 11:45 to 12:00  Photo Stop at Burj Al Arab           - 12:00 to 12:30  Drive through Sheik Zayed Road to Old Dubai          - 12:30 to 01:30  Visit Old Spice Souk and Old Gold Souk          - 01:30 to 02:00  Drop off at the hotel  Service provider: Tour Dubai

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Beijing Historical Tour I - Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square & Temple of Heaven

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Immerse yourself in the beguiling city of Beijing during a full-day tour of the city’s most significant historical sites. Visit legendary landmarks like the Forbidden City; absorb the sacred ambience at the Temple of Heaven; and marvel at the structural beauty of Tian’anmen Square. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, delve into the rich history of the city and discover one of the oldest cultures on earth. Convenient round-trip transportation from your Beijing hotel is included on this tour. •Tour the Tian An Men Square •Explore the legendary Forbidden City, known as the Imperial Palace Museum •Stroll through the Temple of Heaven, built in Ming and Qing Dynasties •You'll have the opportunity to enjoy Chinese style lunch •Informative and friendly guide •Hotel pickup and drop off Important Notice: For any bookings within 3 days prior to the tour date, you will visit Jingshan Park instead of Forbidden City if the entrance tickets of Forbidden City are fully booked.

Ticket Information

  • Mobile or paper ticket accepted
  • One per booking

What's Included

  • Transport by deluxe air-conditioned coach/min-van
  • Chinese style lunch
  • If your hotel is located out of 4th Ring Circle Highway, please go to Prime Hotel to join the tour at 07:30AM. (Add: No. 2, Wangfujing Ave. Tel: +86-10-65136666)
  • Professional English-speaking tour guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off services from the hotels located within 4th ring circle highway
  • Admission tickets

What's not Included

  • Cruise port pickup and drop off

Cancellation Policy

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Additional Info

  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Important Notice: For any bookings within 3 days prior to the tour date, you will visit Jingshan Park instead of Forbidden City if the entrance tickets of Forbidden City are fully booked.
  • Important Notice: The pick-up & drop-off services are included from the hotels located within 4th Ring Circle Road.
  • Important Notice: If your hotel is located out of the 4th Ring Circle Road, please go to Emaprk Prime Hotel to join the tour. You may also have the option to book an additional round way transfer services with an extra charge. The rate is various basing on the distance of your hotel. Please contact the local tour operator to verify the rate, after you make the booking.

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Alvarez hits 2 homers and Astros snap a 5-game losing streak with a 12-4 win over Rockies in Mexico

Houston Astros Yordan Alvarez celebrates after hitting a solo home run against the Colorado Rockies during the ninth inning of a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros Yordan Alvarez celebrates after hitting a solo home run against the Colorado Rockies during the ninth inning of a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros Yordan Alvarez runs the bases after hitting a solo home run against the Colorado Rockies during the ninth inning of a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros pitcher Ronel Blanco gestures walking off the field during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros pitcher Ronel Blanco throws against the Colorado Rockies during the first inning of a baseball game at the Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Colorado Rockies catcher Elias Díaz grimaces after he was hit by a pitch during the third inning of a baseball game against the the Houston Astros at the Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros pitcher Ronel Blanco wipes sweat from his face during a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros players celebrate after defeating the Colorado Rockies 12-4 during a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Colorado Rockies Brendan Rodgers fails to make the catch on a flyout ball by Houston Astros Chas McCormick during a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Houston Astros Mauricio Dubón celebrates after connecting a double against the Colorado Rockies during the ninth inning of a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Colorado Rockies pitcher Tyler Kinley reacts as Houston Astros Yordan Alvarez runs the bases after hitting a solo home run during the ninth inning of a baseball game at Alfredo Harp Helu stadium in Mexico City, Saturday, April 27, 2024. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Before the first of two games in Mexico City, Houston Astros manager Joe Espada said he hoped that the trip could help them solve their offensive struggles.

Apparently, it worked.

Yordan Alvarez hit two home runs, Kyle Tucker added a solo shot and the Houston Astros beat the Colorado Rockies 12-4 on Saturday night in the MLB World Tour: Mexico City Series to snap a five-game losing streak.

Alvarez hit a two-run homer to center field and Tucker followed with a shot to left field and the Astros took a 4-2 lead in the third. Alvarez hit his seventh home run of the season in the ninth inning.

“Today we were able to bat with runners in scoring positions, that’s a good sign for the team,” Espada said. “We took strong turns and we were able to spread the ball on the field, that really helped us today.”

Alvarez went 3 for 5 with three RBIs and two runs scored and Yainer Diaz had three hits and scored three runs.

“When we saw the introductions, we knew that it was a moment to think that the season was just beginning for us,” Alvarez said. “We knew that we were struggling, but we trust in the team’s talent.”

Baltimore Orioles' Jorge Mateo (3) is congratulated by his teammates after scoring against the Washington National in the 12th inning of a baseball game at Nationals Park in Washington, Wednesday, May 8, 2024. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Ronel Blanco (3-0) allowed two hits and five runs in 5 2/3 innings. He struck out eight and walked two.

The Rockies’ Cal Quantrill (0-3) allowed six hits and six earned runs in five innings.

“We have not played to our standards, but hopefully we get there,” said Rockies manager Bud Black. “For me, all was positive (from the game in Mexico) except for the outcome.”

Houston arrived in Mexico City after scoring just six runs in a three-game sweep at the hands of the Chicago Cubs, but the team took advantage of the 7,349-foot (2,240-meter) elevation of the Alfredo Harp Helú stadium to break the offensive slump with 15 hits against the Rockies.

The Astros also benefited from the support of the crowd, most of them wearing the team’s colors even though the Rockies were the home team.

“We did not feel like the visiting team, we felt at home. There was a tremendous passion and energy in the stadium, and it really felt like home,” Espada said.

The Rockies took the lead on Ryan McMahon’s two-run homer to center field in the first.

The Astros pulled ahead for good after Alvarez and Tucker hit their homers in the third.

The series marks the Astros’ second regular-season visit to Mexico. In May 2019, they swept the Angels in two games played in Monterrey. The Astros also played exhibition games in Mexico against the Padres in 2016 and Marlins in 2004.

The Rockies, who came south of the border after beating the Padres 10-9 at Coors Field, have yet to win consecutive games this season, the longest such stretch to begin a season in franchise history.

Colorado played their second regular-season game in Mexico. In 1999, they beat San Diego in their season opener, also at Monterrey.

URQUIDY MISSES THE CHANCE

José Urquidy played with the Astros in a exhibition game against the San Diego Padres in Mexico City in 2016, but a right arm injury left him out of the series against the Colorado Rockies.

“Back then (2016) I was a kid just dreaming of playing in the majors. It was a long process for me to become a starter in the MLB, but I made it,” said Urquidy, who despite not being able to play was joined by family and friends.

The right-hander, who was born in Mazatlan, invited some of his closest friends, some of whom lack visas to enter the United States and have never seen a major league game.

“Even though I’m not playing, I’m happy for them to be able to watch a major league game live. We had a day off (Friday) and they get to know some of my teammates. I’m happy for them,” Urquidy said.

The 28-year-old Urquidy said that he threw a bullpen session in Mexico City and feels close to a return to the rotation.

Astros LHP Framber Valdez (0-0, 2.19 ERA) is scheduled to start Sunday night against Rockies LHP Austin Gomber (0-1, 4.32) in the second game in Mexico City.

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West Ham United , Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers are in advanced discussions to play in a new pre-season Premier League mini tour in the United States this summer.

Elite Tournaments — an organisation best known for staging youth soccer and lacrosse competitions — are in negotiations with the clubs to host the three-city Premier League event in late July.

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Newcastle United and newly-promoted Leicester City had agreed to the proposal but dropped out, with the latter being replaced by Palace.

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The Athletic  reported in February that the 2024 Summer Series was cancelled due to several complications around organising the event, including issues around broadcasting. They are, however, looking at holding the series again in 2025.

With Manchester United , Manchester City , Chelsea, Liverpool , Aston Villa and Bournemouth already scheduled to tour America this summer, the new series will take that number to 10 Premier League sides playing pre-season games across the Atlantic.

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The rock band Falling In Reverse has announced a new album and a tour that includes two stops in Pa.

The band will perform on its “The Popular Mons Tour II: World Domination” on Saturday, Sept. 7, at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, and on Thursday, Sept. 12 , at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown.

Supporting the tour will be Black Veil Brides, Dance Gavin Dance and Tech N9ne. Jeris Johnson and Nathan James will appear on select dates.

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