My most popular New York visit for travellers eager to explore the New York authentic. A tour of the city with a true New Yorker who will be your photographer and more private for your holiday snaps.
The excitement of Times Square and Broadway
We will March on Times Square and Broadway, the famous New York City Neighborhood, where swarming yellow cabs and theatres, in a more lively atmosphere of the world.
Central Park, the quiet in the middle of the city
We will then once the subway to go to Central Park. The contrast is striking: change of scenery, pace and atmosphere for many opportunities for pictures. It is in the South East of the park that we will have the opportunity to take our picture with the building of the city on the horizon.
The chic Upper East Side
We'll then leave Central Park to run around in the Upper East Side, upscale neighborhood lined with old houses of of brownstones. Away from the traditional tourist circuits, this corner of the city, founded by the rich families of the American aristocracy like the Rockefeller's and the Venderbilt's, is a way to see the New York off the beaten path. The program will be shooting and historical explanations.
The magical since the Brooklyn Bridge view
We will do a last transfer by metro we make on the side of the Brooklyn Bridge. From the bridge, the points of views of the skyline are breathtaking and we will try to immortalize them in photos.
A private, to customize
This experience is privatized for you. So, you can edit the content according to your wishes. For example, we can replace Central Park or the Brooklyn Bridge by Grand Central Station. I will try to do the best, the only constraint is that the route is feasible during the allotted time. New York is a very large city, and the interest is to spend as much time together by minimizing the time in transport.
As a bonus, my advice to New York to organize the rest of your stay
The tour ends most of the time at the Brooklyn Bridge. It is with the New York skyline in the background that I would advise you on the rest of your day. For example, you can continue on the bridge to visit Brooklyn Height and Brooklyn Bridge Park. Or go and see the memorial to September 11, located a few minutes walk, and climb up the One World Observatory. Alternatively, take the metro to go visit Staten Island or go walk the High Line. In all cases, you will leave with clear and concise suggestions on the follow-up to your day.