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New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
New York City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Enjoy pre-recorded tour narration in 11 different languages! In addition to live tour guides in English you can choose pre-recorded narration in English French Spanish German Italian Portuguese Mandarin
From $54.00
 
New York All Loops Hop-On Hop-Off Ticket with Statue of Liberty Express
"New York's All Loops Ticket is a great way to explore all the areas of New York City. Grab a set of complimentary headphones and take a seat atop our new double-decker buses to visit popular landmarks and attractions throughout the city such as Times Squ Empire State Building Rockefeller Center Central Park the Flatiron Building and more. Start by redeeming your voucher at our Guest Center at 785 8th Avenue and board our bus that will connect you with the Uptown or Downtown Loops. Board our new double-decker buses and enjoy the use of c 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Brooklyn Tour - Departure location: Broadway & Walker Street at 11:00 am 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm (Nov - Mar) and 11:00 am 12:00 pm
From $55.00

Most Viewed Transportation in Brooklyn

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Subway

if you are coming to new york for one week you should buy a weekly train pass. you can use this on the train as well as the bus, so it is worth it. you cannot use the card between two people as there...
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Your Own Automobile

Here's the best thing to know about other people driving in Brooklyn. People drive someplace and when they get there, the stop their cars and get out. They don't bother looking for a legitimate space...
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Walk the Bridges!

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of New York's most famous sites and it is easy to see why as it's a beautiful structure. The bridge itself looks great from the shoreline, while by walking along it you get...
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Prospect Park Trolley

I love Prospect Park, that is why there are so many tips on my pages about this place. And here comes one more. On weekends there is a free trolley service around the park, that's how you can get...
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Water Taxi to Manhattan

I couldn't decide whether to put this on the Tourist Trap page or not. I guess not. It's not a bad deal if you get one of the packages with the Metrocard as well. It's also a cute idea, and none of...
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Car Service

Another car service for Brooklyn, but this one is based in Williamsburg. They are usually very quick and will take you wherever you want to go. A ride into the city is short and not too expensive as...
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Bicycle

If you can get your hands on a bicycle Brooklyn is a wonderful place to see. By car everything is a blur and by subway you are underground. Walking is the best way to see anything but when time is...
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Free RV Parking in Brooklyn

The prices of getting into New York via the bridges is substantial, and since the hotel rooms are very expensive, one option is to drive the RV into the city and hope to park somewhere. Manhattan is...
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East River Ferry to Brooklyn

The East River Ferry is the easiest and NICEST way to get to Brooklyn from Manhattan (only $4)...and the N. Williamsburg stop is only a few blocks from the best the community has to offer; the...
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Driving from Toronto >>Brooklyn NY

Hello!First, I would like to thank everyone who took the time to write me. A *special* thank you to "nicolaitan" with whom I emailed and who made it as simple as possible. Part of the challenge was...
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Cruisng from Brooklyn

My wife Liz and I hopped aboard the The Caribbean Princess for a nine day Caribbean Cruise out of Brooklyn along with my Mother and her fiancee Hal. The Cruise Ports includes stops at: Bermuda, San...
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Walk!! Use those two feet!

Brooklyn is huge!! There is no way you can cover the major areas by walking but with a bit of good planning you can visit a particular area, i.e. Brooklyn Heights, and see all there is once you are...
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Airports

New York City has three airports: Kennedy (JFK), La Guardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR for some reason). The latter is across the river in New Jersey; I have not used it so I can't comment on it.JFK is a...
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Car Service vs Taxis

Residents of Brooklyn use 'car service' instead of taxis. They are cheaper and friendlier, because if you try to take a taxi from Manhattan, the driver will often say he does not know where Ocean...
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Top Hotels in Brooklyn

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370 4th Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States
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333 Adams Street, New York City, New York, 11201, United States
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228 Duffield Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201, United States
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625 Union St, New York City, New York, 11215, United States
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3218 Emmons Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11235, United States
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Top Things to Do in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Bridge

People watching is a favorite activity on the Brooklyn Bridge. My dog Whitney was very popular among the couples and Chinese tourists strolling the wood bridge footpath. Most tourists now use...
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Botanical Garden

The gardens are a wonderful place to find yourself in. Although not as big as the New York Botanical Gardens, they still deserve a visit. As a child I would visit the gardens on special occasions,...
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Coney Island

Coney Island is so infamous for a reason. Sure, it's undergone some recent development (Luna Park) and now you're less likely to get tetanus from walking on the sand, but there's still a good amount...
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Prospect Park

Prospect Park is the largest park in Brooklyn; 585-acre acres. It was designed in 1865 by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after they completed Central Park. Prospect Park contains a 90 acre...
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New York Aquarium

As a child I remember my parents taking us to the aquarium at least once every summer, usually after a few hours of spending time in Coney Island. I recall that my mom would go nuts looking for me...
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Grand Army Plaza

Meant as a grand entrance to Prospect Park, the Arch was designed by John H. Duncan (he later went on to design Grant’s Tomb in NYC) after being choosen by two experts appointed by the Soldiers and...
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Top 5 Brooklyn Writers

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TempNomad

"Brooklyn can't be Beat"
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PA2AKgirl

"NYC's unlikely destination"
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Gypsystravels

"I was born in this town...."
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chodearm

"Brooknam"
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Nathalie_B

"Brooklyn"
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