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Spend an intriguing 2 hours immersed in authentic New York City neighborhoods. Discover the fascinat...
Known today for popular restaurants, shops and tourism, the Manhattan neighborhoods of SoHo, Li...
Take a stroll through some of the New York City's most famous neighbourhoods as you enjoy a deliciou...
Explore the tastes and history of two ethnic NYC neighborhoods, Chinatown and Little Italy. Ani...
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Explore 3 New York City neighborhoods with a free licensed tour guide and pay what you like or can a...
Embark on a small-group, 2-hour walking tour of three unique Manhattan neighborhoods: SoHo, Chi...
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Experience New York in a whole new way with this 3-hour bike tour through New York's famous boroughs...
Come explore three unique neighborhoods and see some of the sites these places have to offer....
Tour one of New York's most exciting culinary hotspots: the vibrant Chinatown! This walking and eati...
Discover New York’s cultural Chinatown and Historic Downtown area on this 4-hour walking food tour....
Come see a unique cultural blend in action on this tour of SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown. Explor...
Learn more about the immigration of the Chinese, Irish, and Italians....
Explore Chinatown, a one-of-a-kind New York neighborhood that all have heard of, but few have explor...
Come explore three iconic neighborhoods rolled into one tour. Walk the cobblestone streets of S...
2 hours 30 minutes
Discover the delicious cuisine, history, and culture of New York City’s Chinatown on this priva...
On this food tour of Chinatown, you will have an intimate experience of one of the most well kn...
Come explore three unique neighborhoods with rich history and see some of the sites these place...
Manhattan's Chinatown is the biggest and one of the oldest Chinese ethnic enclave outside China..
Manhattan's Chinatown is the biggest and one of the oldest Chinese ethnic enclave outside China.
New York, United States (USA)
At this square at the confluence of several major streets, there is a memorial archway to Chinese-Americans who died in WWII which has some interesting calligraphy
This ethnic neighborhood is lined by shops selling Italian goods and dozens of Italian restaurants
An excellent place to relax and people-watch
The museum, a non-sectarian cultural organization based in the restored 1887 National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of the great wave of Jewish immigrants to the Lower East Side drawing parallels with the diverse cultural communities that have settled in America
Exhibits on the history and culture of Chinese-Americans
For most of the 18th century, Africans in New York City were buried in a graveyard outside the city
With New York City growing and not enough space in the City Hall building, this 40-story structure was built to meet the space demands of the city government
Museum telling the story of Greek Jews located inside the only Romaniote (Greek-speaking) synagogue in the Western Hemisphere
From its intersection with Park Row (just east of City Hall) you can walk (takes about 20-30 minutes each way), bike, or drive across the historic and iconic bridge to Brooklyn