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Itinerary for your 5-day New York Sightseeing Pass

Day 1 – Cultural Highlights 

Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour
New York City – known as the most impressive, multi-faceted and magical city in the world. But where to begin? The Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour answers this question. It helps you exploring this versatile city from high above the streets, while sitting in the famous double-decker bus and getting explained all important facts of New York. You want to get out and explore some sights? No problem! You can get on and off the bus at any time as often as you want during the period of validity of your New York Sightseeing Pass and spend time at attractions, which are located along the routes. Save the fare for the bus ride of $28 every time you enter the bus.Easy boarding and disembarking at all stops on the route gives you great flexibility. You can use the bus as long as your New York Sightseeing Pass is valid. An additional ticket is not necessary and therefore your New York Sightseeing Pass is considered a bus ticket. You are free to decide when and where you want to use the hop-on-hop-off buses. The New York Sightseeing Pass includes the downtown, uptown and Brooklyn tour. 

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
The Statue of Liberty – also known as Lady Liberty – stands in full glory in front of the metropolis New York and symbolizes the most important historic event in the American history: Independence and freedom. With the New York Sightseeing Pass you get to admire the most famous monument of the USA and since 1984 a declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO at close range. Take advantage of privileged access and enjoy the view of the skyline of New York with an exciting boat trip on the Hudson River, which is also included in your pass.   

Day 2 – Curiosity and Fascination

9/11 Memorial Museum 
Visitors of New York should pay a visit to the 9/11 memorial site. The attack of 9/11 to the World Trade Center caused 2.983 deaths in 2001. The victims and relatives as well as the general consequences of the attack are remembered on the grounds of the former World Trade Center. Get free admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum with the New York Sightseeing Pass and receive more information about the horrible terror attack.  

One World Observatory 
You want to capture all of New York in one glance? The observation platform of the tallest building of the city is perfect for this! The One World Observatory offers a 360-degree view of New York City and its surrounding areas at 380 meters off the ground. Enjoy fast-track entry and save the admission fee  with the New York Sightseeing Pass

Day 3 – Art and Nature 

Museum of Modern Art ("MoMA")
Without a doubt, the MoMa is the most famous art museum for Modern Art. Located in the heart of Manhatten, the museum houses artwork of world-famous artists of Modern Art and displays all sorts of artwork ranging from paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs to architectural models. A must-see for every art lover! The entry is already included in your New York Sightseeing Pass!

New York Bontanical Garden
Tired of the traffic and crowds in New York City? The New York Botanical Garden is the perfect place to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a while in the middle of the Bronx. Due to the great mixture of colourful flowers, trees and meadows, the garden is perfect for long walks through nearly untouched nature. You can access the peaceful environment with the New York City Pass and you save the admission.

National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey
National Geographic stands for unconditional love to our environment. And that’s precisely what National Geographic achieved with the Ocean Odyssey. You can face the great white shark or the humpback whale visually without contributing toward harming the animals, thanks to groundbreaking technology and stunning photo-realistic animation. Long story short: Are you an animal lover but can’t hold back your desire to encounter marine animals? Then get the New York Sightseeing Pass, save the entrance fee and dive into a new adventure.

Day 4 – Leisure and Action

Luna Park 
The Luna Park is the perfect place to take a break from sightseeing in the City. Whether you are young or old, the amusement park offers attractions for everyone! For example try out the Cyclone Rollercoaster, a wild-rift-rafter water ride or play some exciting games and enjoy the delicious food. The entrance fee is already included in your New York Sightseeing Pass

Day 5 – Celebrities and History 

Madame Tussauds 
The Madame Tussauds is distributed over five floors, on which you can admire more than 200 impressive wax replicas of numerous sports legends, film and rock stars, politicians and historical figures. To avoid long waiting lines get the New York Sightseeing Pass and simply skip the line and save the entrance fee.

SoHo and Little Italy Walking Tour 
The SoHo and Little Italy Walking Tour takes place in the upcoming neighbourhood SoHO and participants of the tour are introduced to the history of the districts and its delicious food. A visit is well worth it and you can save the price for the guided tour with the New York Sightseeing Pass

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