Walking activities in NYC
Walking activities in NYC
Walking activities in NYC
New York is a city where it is very difficult to get bored, as there are many wonderful things to discover.
New York is a city that is characterized by its great dynamism, as is logical given its enormous variety of cultures, places of interest and entertainment proposals. There’s nothing like shopping on the elegant streets of SoHo and Fifth Avenue, and then unwinding peacefully in the city’s wide green spaces like Central Park and Bryant Park.
In NY you will find numerous Broadway shows, street performances and alternative venues where you can dance to the rhythm of different musical genres until the wee hours of the morning. It is safe to say that all travelers, no matter how different they are, will find something they like in New York and fall in love with the city that never sleeps.
A modality of taking a tour that has become fashionable a few years ago in Europe and that is already used throughout the world are free tours. They represent an excellent way to get to know a new city, when you arrive you can tour it and understand it from another place.
These activities are generally on foot and do not have a fixed value, but at the end each tourist gives the guide the amount he considers based on his satisfaction.
It is always necessary to book because they usually have a minimum capacity and a limit of attendees.
The most recommended in Manhattan:
Free Tour of the Women of the Village: This tour is the most original and one of the most recommended. Starting from 103 Orchard Street, across from the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in New York. It is an old residential building that welcomed a large population of German, Irish, Puerto Rican and Chinese immigrant women who came to the city with the aim of carving out a future in the factories. In front of this unique and iconic place we will be able to learn about the history of some of these women and discover the obstacles that overcame the ambitions of many of them. The tour continues in the Bowery district to see the old women’s family planning centers and learn about some of the most frequented gathering places for the first immigrants. Then, follow the tour to New York University, where the first ideological movements of the suffragettes originated. Ending with the tour discovering places as important as Greenwich Village, where the factories were, until reaching the Washington Square area, where you can meet some of the most important personalities who fought for the feminist cause.
Another site is Free Tour Wall Street and 9/11 Memorial: Starting from the financial district, across from Bowling Green. Throughout the tour you will review the history of New York and its importance on a global level walking next to the National Museum of the American Indian, Wall Street, the World Trade Center or the Stock Exchange building. Going to the historic center of New Amsterdam to learn about the architecture and history of the Dutch colonization in Manhattan, and then visit the emblematic sculpture of the Bull of Wall Street, and Battery Park, to enjoy the stamp of the Statue of Liberty. After two hours exploring the city of New York, you can finish the tour in the surroundings of the 9/11 Memorial, the center of tribute to the victims of the attack of September 11, 2001.
Free Tour Midtown Manhattan: leaving from the famous stairs of the New York Public Library, it begins by talking about the 400 Club, a group of millionaires belonging to the first New York aristocracy, responsible for the construction of a large part of the buildings in the big Apple. Then, crossing Bryant Park to reach the famous Times Square, to talk about the Art Deco architecture to continue along 44th Street in the direction of two places closely linked to the rise of culture in New York: the Algonquin Hotel and the Belasco Theater, and learn about the origins of Broadway. The final part of the tour runs through the Diamond District to the famous Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall.
Free Tour of Lower Manhattan: A walk through the history of some of the most important immigrant populations in New York on foot through Lower Manhattan. The tour begins in Foley Square and goes through the courthouse area, to learn about Irish and African-American immigration; then to Columbus Park to learn about Chinese traditions and crossing Canal Street arrives at the residence of the Jewish community after the first war. The tour continues through Little Italy and ends in Soho at the MoMa Design Store.
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