Walking tours give you a glimpse of a city's memorable places, whereas handstanding tours only reveal its best-maintained bike racks. See the right-side-up sights with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one ticket to the Italian Food Tour of New York (a $50 value)
- $35 for two tickets to the Italian Food Tour of New York (a $100 value)
- $65 for four tickets to the Italian Food Tour of New York (a $200 value)
The tour leaves at noon Thursday–Saturday, just in time for lunch. Tour-takers stop off for tastings at Parisi Bakery, a favorite of Frank Sinatra's; Alleva Dairy and Lombardi's Pizza, the oldest cheese shop and pizzeria, respectively, in the United States; and Ferrara Bakery, family-run for five generations. The tour will also visit The Basilica of Saint Patrick's Old Cathedral, movie locations, and other noteworthy sites for Italian Americans in Little Italy.
Great New York Tours
With all of New York spread before you, it can be hard to decide which restaurants, historical landmarks, and haunted alleyways to check out. That's where Great New York Tours comes in. Walking tours hike through the city's many chocolatiers, pizzerias, and the hippest restaurants of Williamsburg. Chauffeured tours cover not only fine dining but also ghostly haunts and a highly enigmatic Secrets of New York tour. And then there's the helicopter tour, offering a bird's eye view of the Empire State Building, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge, and shows off the city's lesser known clouds.
I was amazed at how much food we were given.... The best part was learning about the history of a store or area from our guideNancy S, TripAdvisor, 1/18/13
My fiance and I went on a Chocolate Tour today and it was wonderful!Jessica P, TripAdvisor, 4/20/13
“Have a light lunch because you will fill up on delicious cupcakes, Tour guide Jessie was fantastic and we had a great time”
“Great tour, very personable and knowledgeable guide, delicious food - overall this exceeded my expectations.”
“Fantastic tour guides who give a rich history of the area and "inside" knowledge of little known facts today.”
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