Explore the sights of New York City in comfort on board a luxury SUV or Sprinter Van with this private, 4-hour sightseeing tour. A DCA licensed New York City tour guide and professional T&LC chauffeur will create a Big Apple experience to remember for a lifetime. Choose the Platinum itinerary or build a customized trip. This tour has something for everyone ' from Central Park to Battery Park, from the East River to the Hudson River, plus Times Square, Central Park, and everything in between. See the best New York has to offer.
This exciting, private tour of New York City begins with a hotel pickup'in the vehicle of choice ' a luxury SUV or Sprinter van. The NYC licensed guide/driver will kick off the tour with a brief history of the immediate neighborhood. The Platinum itinerary covers all the great New York spots, but feel free to mix, match, or add any stops desired.
After the introduction, begin by driving through Times Square, past the New York Public Library (stop for a photo opportunity with the Library Lions, if desired), and Bryant Park. Hop out of the vehicle to explore Grand Central Terminal, the world's largest railroad station. Then take a peek inside the Chrysler Building's Art Deco lobby. Travel up to Central Park to visit a secret destination. See what the designers of Central Park were trying to accomplish ' to re-create the Hudson Valley of upstate New York. This magnificent spot isn't featured on most tours.
Next, zip over to the West Side Highway, passing through the Upper West Side and Hell's Kitchen while traveling south along the Hudson River. The next stop is the High Line, New York's unique Elevated Park with a snack stop at the famous Chelsea Market. Pass'through the Meatpacking District, the West Village, and past City Hall en route'to the 9/11 Memorial.
Cap off the day's ride with a visit to Wall Street, Trinity Church, the Charging Bull, and a photo ops with the Statue of Liberty. Then head north, past the Staten Island Ferry, the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges, and up the'Franklin D. Roosevelt East River Drive'with some great views of the Empire State Building and the United Nations Headquarters.
The tour ends with a drop-off at a local hotel or any other Manhattan location.