Sightseeing of New York Daily Tours
• New York Daily Tours are for everyone and it is
something special for travel freaks.
• While traveling this large city you can take a look at the
tons of historical buildings and living, breath taking
• Here are some of the tourist things that you should
• One of the most popular destinations that will simply
occupy its space on any New York Comprehensive tour
is Times Square, initially named after the New York Times,
which had shifted in 1924.
• Frequently seen in movie scenes, this neon-lit tourist
attraction and city center is in the heart of the Theatre
• Hotels, commercial businesses and towering office
buildings now populate a lot of space in Times Square with
Disney and Conde Nast being two of the more renowned
• If your New York City tour happens to take place during the
New Year celebration, be sure to join the crowd gathered in
this bustling square as they frolic the night away in a
gigantic street party topped off with watching the ball drop
atop Times Tower.
• This wonderful recreation park is the secondly preferred
spot in New York tours and is superlatively situated in the
heart of Manhattan, stretching from Midtown to Harlem.
• Created in 1857 by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert
Vaux this rolling oasis of pastures and gardens provides a
soothing and relaxing identity. There's a chance love could
peek in on your tour of New York City as you gaze into the
Bethseda Fountain on Bethseda Terrace.
• Heading north you'll find the marvelous mystery that is
Belvedere Castle or you could stop by the nearby Delacorte
Theater and catch some of the summer plays.
• A pleasing little zoo is available to children of all ages, and
a renewed slide carousel is sure to exude that elegant and
Metropolitan Museum of Arts
• If you are looking for a New York vacation that goes with
cultural orientation then Metropolitan Museum of Art is
sure to ignite your interest.
• Any visitor to New York should spend at least a couple of
hour’s right here; wandering the halls of this vast and
culturally diverse museum can exude a great feel.
• Having more than 1.5 million square feet of exhibition
space it houses European paintings by Monet, Degas, Van
Gogh, and Vermeer as well as an Egyptian Gallery that is
• Asian artwork, photography, armory, and sculpture also
abound in this magnificent museum built in 1895 by
Richard Morris Hunt. Be sure to see the open-air ceiling
garden where modern-day art forms are shown if you are
heading to New York during hotter months.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
• Located across from Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue is
the largest Catholic cathedral in the United States which is
architecturally impressive; making it another popular New
York bus tours stop.
• With a seating capacity of 2,500, several altars and stained
glass windows, 330-foot towering spires, and an enormous
pipe organ it's no wonder many New Yorkers duck in for a
moment of peace in the otherwise hectic daily life of the
• Services are organized all through the day and can likely
provide even the busiest of New York vacations
schedules. All of these locations and so far the most well-
known of destinations stay hidden; on the whole it is one
such truly amazing place to visit on any season.