Upper and Lower Manhattan Tour in Spanish

After being picked up from the meeting location, we will begin our tour to the western part of Central Park. Famous sights that you can see include the Columbus Circle Plaza, Lincoln Center, visit The Dakota, the building where John Lennon lived and where he was killed, and the Strawberry Fields monument, inside Central Park, erected in memory of the singer. We continue to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the largest cathedral in New York, and perhaps the world and Columbia University, famous for its students such as President Barack Obama. We arrive in Harlem, the most famous African-American neighborhood, full of culture and historic buildings. Leaving Harlem behind, we go to east side of Central Park, down the famous Fifth Avenue that borders the park and historic buildings such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Solomon R. Guggenheim and famous condominiums. We will continue down Fifth Avenue, known as Avenue of the Millionaires, to see sites such as the famous Apple store, the majestic Hotel Plaza, Bergdoff Goodman, the skyscraper of tycoon Donald Trump, Tiffany's jewelry, and stores of the greatest designers Fashion. We will continue our tour going through the Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Church, the Flat Iron Building, Union Square and the Greenwich Village neighborhood, to the famous Washington Square Park, where the replica of the Arc de Triomphe and the University of New York. We continue through the neighborhoods of NoHo and SoHo, filled with shops of fashion designers and 19th-century buildings, known as "Cast Iron Loft Buildings", where they once were factories, and now they are huge apartments for the rich inhabitants. Our tour continues to small Italy and Chinatown with the largest enclave of Chinese in the Western Hemisphere. We go to the financial zone of Wall Street, where the Stock Exchange is located, the Federal Hall, and the Trinity Church, built in 1839-46. We continue to Ground Zero, where you will learn about the occurrence of 9/11, we will see the monument built to remember the deceased of that catastrophic day. We continue to Battery Park, the southern tip of Manhattan, for a view of the Statue of Liberty and take the ferry for your visit if you wish. Redeem informationVoucher type: PrintedPrinted Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.LocationStart point: Lexington Ave,511 - 10017 - New York - US8th Ave,700 - 10036 - New York - US7th Ave,401 - 10001 - New York - USEnd point: Financial District.ScheduleOpening dates08:45 - 13:00Guide optionsGuide type: GuideTips type: OptionalGroup type: SharedRequirementsPlease provide hotel name, full names of every passenger, an email address and a phone number.

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