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NewYorkTour1 Immersive Tours with Great Guides! Our itineraries are designed to bring you authentic experiences of New York City neighborhoods and major attractions such as Soho, the 9/11 Memorial, Times Square, and much more. We travel by foot...more
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Zach was our tour guide for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. He was very knowledgable and funny! We loved his Zach Facts. He added a lot to our visit by giving the back story that the exhibits omitted. I would highly recommend the...More
We are very fortunate enough to have Steven Bidwell as our tour guide. He was awesome, informative and very mindful of the group. An excellent photographer as well. Thank you, Steven.
This tour was well worth the price. The directions to find the tour guides where easy to understand. The tour guide, Valentin, made the tour a unique experience of history with his knowledge and humor. Definitely the best history tour we have ever had.
Highly recommend this tour! Ian provided so much valuable information as well as first hand 911 family experiences. His command of the facts surrounding the tragedy was in-depth and much appreciated. Very informed guide and memorable sights.
It is very easy to get from the High Line Tour to the SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown tour. The quickest and easiest way would be to take the subway. Get on the Downtown E or C train at 14th Street and 8th Avenue, take it to... More
It is very easy to get from the High Line Tour to the SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown tour. The quickest and easiest way would be to take the subway. Get on the Downtown E or C train at 14th Street and 8th Avenue, take it to Spring Street. Once you exit the station the meeting point will be right there. Should take about 15 minutes. You could also take a cab, just tell the driver to take you to the intersection of 6th Avenue and Spring Street. That will take about 20 minutes depending on the traffic. Finally, walking is an option, but I would leave a good 30 minutes to get there, which means you would have to leave immediately once the first tour ends and would arrive just on time for the second tour to begin. So I would avoid walking if possible.