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  • From Manhattan: Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn Bus Tour

    1. From Manhattan: Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn Bus Tour

    After pickup, head north from Manhattan, going through the neighborhood of Harlem and crossing into the Bronx. Visit the Yankee Stadium, home of the legendary NYC baseball team. Enjoy a stop to take pictures and shop for souvenirs. Proceed to the South Bronx to see graffiti and street art masterpieces. Hear the stories behind each of the most famous pieces, snapping photos along the way. Next, head to Queens, the largest and most multicultural borough in New York. Visit Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, where you'll find the Mets' Stadium and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The final stop in Queens will be on Roosevelt Avenue, one of the borough’s main streets. See first hand how immigration has contributed to the vibrant life of this neighborhood, full of multicultural stores and restaurants. The last borough to visit is Brooklyn, where you’ll see the Jewish Quarters i...

  • NYC: New York, City of Contrasts Exclusive Spanish Tour

    2. NYC: New York, City of Contrasts Exclusive Spanish Tour

    On an exclusive Spanish-language tour, you'll be picked up at the entrance of one of 3 Midtown hotels: Millennium Broadway, Pennsylvania, or Wellington. Choose which location is most convenient for you. Then, head north in Manhattan, going through the neighborhood of Harlem and crossing into the Bronx. Visit the Yankee Stadium, home of the legendary NYC baseball team, and take a restroom, picture-taking, and shopping break. Continue to Grand Concourse Avenue and enter the famous police Precinct 42. Proceed to the South Bronx to see graffiti and street art masterpieces. Hear the stories behind each of the most famous pieces, snapping photos along the way. Head then to Queens, the largest and most multicultural borough in New York. See the most expensive neighbor out of Manhattan, MALBA. The next stop is Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. There you'll find the Mets' Stadium and the USTA Billie...

    Although I do not speak Spanish, I did have a Spanish-speaking guest, I took the tour with her, I enjoyed it immensely as did she. I am also a New Yorker, I went to places I have not been to in many many years and enjoyed seeing them again and was surprised and all the places I’ve never been to. The guide was kind enough to speak English as well and highlight parts of the tour for me.

  • New York City: Brooklyn, Queens and Bronx Tour in Spanish

    3. New York City: Brooklyn, Queens and Bronx Tour in Spanish

    Encounter the Greek, Italian, Hispanic, Middle Eastern and Slavic communities of New York on a tour of 3 of its famous boroughs.  In the Bronx, stop at Yankee Stadium and go to Fort Apache to look at the work of the local graffiti artists. Cross the Whitestone Bridge to Queens to admire the upscale homes of Malba on the East River. Pause in Flushing Meadow Park and continue to Astoria where the Greek community lives.  Explore the hip neighborhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, and discover the home of one of the city's Hasidic Jewish communities. See the artistic graffiti murals in Bushwick and finish with a view of the famous Brooklyn bridges.

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What people are saying about Malba

Indispensable

The tour of contrasts is one of the essential activities when visiting New York, as it allows you to see different cultures in a comfortable way and with the support of local guides. In our case we had to go with Eduardo and Ernest (guide and driver) and the truth is that we spent time flying. The guide explained many curiosities and anecdotes of the places where we passed. There was also time to stop at different places we went through. That said, 100% recommended.

Although I do not speak Spanish, I did have a Spanish-speaking guest, I took the tour with her, I enjoyed it immensely as did she. I am also a New Yorker, I went to places I have not been to in many many years and enjoyed seeing them again and was surprised and all the places I’ve never been to. The guide was kind enough to speak English as well and highlight parts of the tour for me.

Extraordinary guide (Ceci) very friendly, very clear all the explanation and flexible.

Excelent tour

the guidedriver has a lot of culture. I learnt a lot