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Bus tours in NYC

Gray Line New YorkGray Line offers more than 20 bus tours, from a basic two-hour ride (with 40-plus hop-on, hop-off stops) to the guided "Manhattan...

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Gray Line New York
Gray Line offers more than 20 bus tours, from a basic two-hour ride (with 40-plus hop-on, hop-off stops) to the guided "Manhattan Comprehensive" tour, which includes lunch, admission to Top of the Rock or the Empire State Building, and a boat ride to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. 777 Eighth Ave at 48th St (212-445-0848, newyorksightseeing.com). Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority; C, E to 50th St; N, Q, R to 49th St. $34–$109

On-Location Tours
Whether you’d prefer to sip cosmos à la Carrie Bradshaw, splurge at Blair and Serena’s favourite department store, or visit the Bada Bing, On-Location’s well-organized bus trips allow TV fans to simulate the experiences of their favorite characters from Sex and the City, Gossip Girl and The Sopranos. Or hop aboard the "New York TV and Movie Sites" tour and visit more than 40 sites from big- and small-screen productions such as Seinfeld and The Godfather. All tours are led by actors, which gives an insider perspective on filming in New York. 212-683-2027, screentours.com. $24–$48

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Talmage D
Talmage D

I think that this would be the way to see New York for the first time. You wouldn't have to worry about driving in traffic, and being on the roof would allow you to see exactly how tall those buildings are. My grandkids have never seen New York City before, and I've been trying to convince their mom to let me take them. They would love one of these bus tours. http://www.voigtbus.com/

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