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Experience Central Park by bike with this convenient bike rental, perfect for everyone from first-time visitors to NYC regulars. Traveling by bike enables you to see more than you can on foot. With a provided map and staff recommendations, you can explore the bike-friendly paths at your own pace and stop to admire sites along the way. Book ahead, as bike rentals often sell out for this classic New York adventure.
Discover three of New York City's most memorable sites on this Viator Exclusive tour, available nowhere else. Hear the history of Wall Street on a guided walking tour, then visit the 9/11 Memorial to learn about one of the most significant events in NYC history. Finally, ride the ferry to Liberty Island and enjoy an audio tour of the Statue of Liberty and its museum.
Rent a bike and cruise along shady paths, picturesque lakes, and quiet lanes in New York's Central Park. Take in the highlights of the sprawling park on two wheels, and enjoy the full flexibility to ride where you want for as long as you want. Get tips on the best places to visit inside the park, or follow city streets to nearby museums and Times Square.
We provide top quality Electric Scooters for rental at competitive prices and 5-Star service. All Scooters are New, Well Maintained and Clean. Our store is located in the heart of Manhattan right next to Central Park, which makes it a convenient place for pick up and drop off. Our Scooters have long range up to 40 miles (64 km), their light weight and foldable so you can easily cary them anywhere. Also equipped with a phone and water bottle holder.
Quality - Our scooters are brand new, perfectly maintained, and ready to ride! Variety - Whether you're looking to switch up your commute, go sightseeing, or get a quick adrenaline rush, we highly recommend trying these out! Safety - Electric scooters are a new way for New Yorkers and visitors alike to get around the city efficiently while also avoiding crowded public transit. Family Fun - Riding electric scooters is an excellent activity for families during holidays to have fun together!
Rent a bike in Central Park, the perfect way to explore this New York City landmark. Located in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park offers miles of tree-shaded bike paths leading to open meadows, lakes and attractions such as the Central Park Zoo. You can select the style of bike that you prefer, with baby seats, baby trailers and tandem bikes also available. All rentals come with a helmet, chain lock, and map. Choose from a two-hour, four-hour or full-day rental.
Avoid the confines of a group tour and explore Manhattan and Brooklyn at your own pace with this customizable bike rental. Traveling by bike lets you fit in more attractions than you could on foot and enjoy highlights such as skyline views from the Brooklyn Bridge. Plus, a variety of rental options lets you plan a trip that suits your schedule and interests.
New York City is renowned for having some of the most spectacular Christmas lights displays in the world. On this tour, escape the cold and see the glittering holiday lights from the comfort of a private limousine. Sip include Champagne and soft drinks as you explore Manhattan, stopping to admire the Rockefeller Centre Christmas tree, Brooklyn's Dyker Heights displays, and the view from Brooklyn Bridge.
From stroopwafel to mozzarella to knishes; there are many amazing eats on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. On this small-group walking tour, discover the neighborhood's diverse cultural heritage and learn how its immigration history has influenced its dynamic foodie scene. Along the way, visit markets, bakeries, and restaurants, and sample delicacies from all around the world.
While prohibition made alcohol illegal in 1920s New York, the city still retained an illicit bar scene. This prohibition-themed Manhattan tour visits some of the city’s self-styled “speakeasies”—cocktail dens and taverns that mimic the era’s outlawed bars—to enjoy drinks (own cost) with a dose of history—an experience hard to replicate independently. See prohibition-period sights, and savor each bar's atmosphere alongside prohibition and bootlegger stories from your guide.
Delve deeper into the food and multicultural history of Manhattan’s Lower East Side than you could alone on this small-group walking tour. Rather than guessing at eateries and foods to try, let a guide showcase local hotspots and specialties; and chart their European, Jewish, and other cultural roots. Taste snacks such as “knish” doughballs, “bialy” filled rolls, and more; and learn stories of 19th-century immigrant life that many travelers miss.
Nothing says Christmas like Dyker Heights, perhaps the most famous display of lights on the planet. Locals have been decorating their homes—personally and professionally—since the '80s, making it a true NYC winter wonderland. On your tour, you'll drive from Manhattan to Brooklyn and see lights from both on and off the bus. (Note: buses are not allowed in Dyker Heights because of the narrow streets) Your guide will escort you to Lucy Spata's house, the house that started this tradition, and walk you through the most illuminated streets before taking you back to the bus. You will have about an hour in Dyker Heights to walk around and take pictures. The next stop on the tour will be at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge in the DUMBO/Brooklyn Heights area of Brooklyn. You will have about 25 minutes to take pictures of the breathtaking Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge. Then you will return to Manhattan via the Manhattan Bridge. The tour ends at the Bryant Park Winter Village.
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