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Betty Comden and Adolph Green really got it right in the classic musical New York musical On the Town (composed by none other than Leonard Bernstein of West Side Story and classical music fame). It’s about three sailors with a limited amount of shore leave. They’ve got more than the sights of New York on mind, of course; but, somehow in between gals, they manage to see not everything, but a lot.
However, your own two feet and the subway don’t really give you the opportunity to see all of New York’s wonders. But there’s a solution: Seeing NYC and all its wonders by bus – London-style double-decker, open top sightseeing buses with fun, friendly, knowledgeable guides who know all the tales and also where the bodies are buried.
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See New York from the top with CitySightsNY’s buses—double-deckers that are top-seating-only, so everyone gets an unobstructed view of the attractions. Their buses are furnished with state-of-the-art sound systems and urban storytellers who offer interesting facts about all of the city’s famous faces and places. Their hop-on, hop-off tickets are valid for 48 hours from when you get your boarding pass, and they offer options that include tickets to the Top of the Rock observation deck, among many other attractions. There are also special tours of Downtown, Uptown, Harlem, Brooklyn, night tours, multilingual options, and much more.
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One very popular option offered by bus tour company Gray Line New York Sightseeing Tours is the Eat and Play Card ($24.99 each adult), where you can “take a bite out of the Big Apple.” The value factor is a plus since there’s savings on virtually everything—restaurants, hop-on/hop-off bus tours, Broadway shows, retailers, and more.
Another option: the All Loops Tour with Top of The Rock, a package that includes 48 hours of unlimited double-decker rides plus the classy observation decks boasting unobstructed, 360-degree views from 70 floors up one of Rockefeller Center’s art deco wonders.
Other choices include not only an array of specialized bus tours but also the Empire State Building Observatory with its breathtaking panoramic views; visits to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the medieval Cloisters; Guggenheim Museum; and the South Street Seaport Museum.
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