A Guide of Harlem

A Guide of Harlem

Thinking back to boyhood days, I remember the bright sun on Harlem streets, the easy rhythms of black and brown bodies, the sounds of children streaming in and out of red brick tenements,” said writer and Harlem native Walter Dean Myers. This is usually what one pictures when thinking about Harlem, but the neighborhood has been through a long series of transformations since its beginning as a Dutch colony, through the Harlem Renaissance to today’s gentrification movements. So hop on the A train – or on our guided bus tours, and follow us on the road to Harlem. Read more

A Guide of Downtown Manhattan

A Guide of Downtown Manhattan

Downtown Manhattan is more than just the city’s main business center and financial district. In and around this concrete jungle of bank towers and office buildings, there are some really important and beloved pieces of New York City’s history. Unlike any other areas of New York City, our picturesque Lower Manhattan provides a spectacular backdrop for nearly any types of situation…

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A Guide of Park Slope & Gowanus

A Guide of Park Slope & Gowanus

Although a bit further than Downtown Brooklyn, both Park Slope and Gowanus are worth the extra adventure into this notable borough. You will be far away from the tourist attractions and introduced to authentic and interesting areas throughout these two neighborhoods. From the art scenes to the dining and drink scenes, Park Slope and Gowanus provides more than enough options for an enjoyable visit.  Read more

A Guide of Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO & Brooklyn Heights

A Guide of Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO & Brooklyn Heights

Just across the Brooklyn Bridge brings you to Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, and DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass). Together, the three neighborhoods create an environment welcoming to families, young millennials and the aging generation all the same; yet, each neighborhood has its own path of transformation and shining character that distinguishes it from the rest. From the small yet rapidly developing Downtown Brooklyn with bustling crowds of office workers and students, to the affluent residential neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights with tree-lined brownstones and a promenade for excellent views of the city, to the industrial waterfront neighborhood of DUMBO, home to the brand new Domino Park as well as the local’s favorite Brooklyn Bridge Park & Jane’s Carousel. Here is our guide to direct you to some of the best facets of these three amazing neighborhoods.  Read more