For those of you, who don't want to limit their New York experience to the classic Manhattan tour, we created our adventurous 5 hour Triboro Tour of Contrast. Explore the most diverse boroughs of New York with us: The Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
Our tour embarks from and ends in Midtown Manhattan in front of our central office, which is conveniently located near Times Square. From there, our tour bus brings us right into the centers of New York’s most famous boroughs: The Bronx, different neighborhoods in Queens and Brooklyn.
TRIBORO TOUR DETAILS
TRIBORO TOUR DETAILS
TRIBORO TOUR: ATTRACTIONS
Attractions in the Bronx
Attractions in Queens
Attractions in Brooklyn
THE BRONX, QUEENS & BROOKLYN IN NEW YORK
Known as the “birthplace of hip hop”, the Bronx counts approximately 1.4 million residents and is therefore the most populated borough of New York City. Due to its cultural diversity, the Bronx offers many exciting attractions for everyone. Sports fans will be rewarded with the Yankee Stadium in the South Bronx, our Italian guests can feel at home in the Bronx version of Little Italy, and sights such as the Fordham University and the Grand Concourse Boulevard are something for everyone.
Whoever says Central Park is the best park in NYC has never been to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, which is the fourth largest park in New York City. The park was originally created for the 1939/1940 New York World's Fair and unites some of the greatest landmarks Queens has to offer. Including the Citi Field, stadium of the New York Mets baseball team, the Queens Museum of Art, the Queens Zoo, the US Open Tennis Stadium, also known as the Arthur Ashe Stadium, and many more sights.
If Brooklyn would be an independent city, it would be the 4th largest city of the United States and therefore, with more than 2.6 million residents, only close behind Chicago. The tour passes through Williamsburg, one of the most interesting Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn. In recent years, this area of Brooklyn became increasingly popular because of its famous art and music scene, as well as its vibrant nightlife. Check our Williamsburg Walking Tour in English, if you would like to discover this neighborhood in more detail.