Planlæg selv din sightseeing ved at tage med på hop-af-hop-på-turen i New York City. En hop-af-hop-på-bustur er den ideelle måde at opleve hvert et hjørne af the Big Apple på, og med veloplagte guider, der underholder og informerer dig, kan du være sikker på at få alt at vide, såvel gammelt som nyt, om byen, der aldrig sover. Hop på og af de markante dobbeltdækkerbusser på et hvilket som helst af de 40 stoppesteder, og udforsk New York på egen hånd. Den ultimative tur for alle, der besøger the Big Apple!
Vælg mellem en 48-timers eller 72-timers rundtur i hele byen, der omfatter rundture i NYC-kvartererne Uptown, Downtown og Brooklyn. Med dette pas får du også adgang til en aftentur i New York og en stig på/stig af-sejltur. Vælg VIP-turpasset for at få mere for pengene, fordi det opgraderer dig til VIP med ret til at springe køen eller tilføje en ekstra seværdighed på turen.
Havde ikke fået en klar opfattelse af, at det var and quot;guidede and quot; ture og at køretiden derfor var meget langsommelig. Vi troede busserne kunne bruges som primær transportmiddel - det var slet ikke optimalt - øv. Der var ikke en finger at sætte på selve turene - men vi troede vi havde købt noget helt andet.....
Super nem og fantastisk måde at få set byen på - giver en mulighed for at planlægge hvad man gerne vil bruge mere tid på og at se de ting som man måske ikke eller ville have haft tid til at se.
Fleksibelt i forhold til at man kan stå af, hvis man bliver får lyst til at udforske lige netop det område man er i.
Vil helt klart anbefale aftenturen, det er imponerende at se byen blive lyst op af alle lysene.
Det er en fortrinlig måde at komme rundt i New York på. Vi hoppede af og på mange gange og tog også hele ture. Gennemgående gode guider men måske lige lovlig meget snak om drikkepenge til chauffør og guide. Selv en tur i regnvejr var en sjov oplevelse.
Service was subpar, Voucher said could validate at.any stop, not true. First tour guide was awful, said she had 33 years experience, gave her personal opinions, and continuously ‘begged’, rudely for tips, ordering people to NOT get off until she got downstairs. My last Viator/Greyline tour.
This was an excellent tour, we chose the 72 hr. pass so we were able to go uptown, downtown, Brooklyn and see the night lights. It was always more informative when there was a live person doing the narration instead of the headset version. My complaint with the tour was: You HAVE to go to the office and get tickets for Grayline, you can not just show up with your phone or printed receipt as is says in the booking info. We wasted time and had to walk from our intended starting point to the office to get tickets.
We bought two 48-hour passes and the entire process was so confusing. The company gave very little instructions and we were left asking people on the street what to do. We ended up having to go get 'tickets' at the Empire State Building and these instrcutions were not included. Even the ticket girl could have been more helpful. It seemed to be implied that we knew what to do when there was no way we could have known. I tried many times to get clear instructions online but there were none to be had. When we finally got on a bus, there were no available seats on top and no air conditioning below. The bus driver was Chinese and spoke very poor English. He was far from friendly in spite of the language difference. Our 15 minutes on the bus was the worst of our entire trip. The only reason I gave it a 2 is because our pass included the boat tour. The tour itself was fantastic although it was confusing because the name on the building is different than any documentation we had. We also travelled from the World Trade Complex to pier 78 to board the boat when we could have boarded there - only no one told us. This could be a great thing if clear instructions were given but it is not worth the money because you will spend more time trying to figure it all out or waiting for a decent seat than you will enjoying the city.
They took us to the right places. I learned a lot. I saved a lot of money and didn't have to use any ubers or taxis. The one thing I would suggest is to have better crowd control and line control. People got upset because they were skipped and they have been waiting for a long time.The employees need to better communicate with the clients.