As the weather starts to change from the warm summer to the crisp autumn, the scenery around New York City becomes littered with fall colors, and new activities and festivals come to town to entertain visitors, locals and tourists alike.
From the Columbus Day Parade (October 14), to the view of the orange, red and yellow foliage that cover Central Park and new exhibits at the museums, there are a variety of things to do for all ages when visiting this wondrous city during the changing of seasons.
But how can you get around town to see it all? Gray Line New York offers an all loops tour that departs from the GLNY Visitor Center (777 8th Avenue) daily. Instead of taking taxis and the subway, the hop on-hop off tours allowing you to ride around town to each of your destinations, while you take in the beautiful fall weather and surroundings throughout Manhattan.
You can ride around the city and see the sights explained in a host of languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian or Hebrew. And of course, there's a licensed guide on board who'll give you the whole story live. Best of all, you can get off whenever you like to dine, shop or explore, then hop back on to keep going. Enjoy their Downtown Loop Tour, where you'll experience Greenwich Village, Chinatown and beyond. Take in the Uptown Loop, for a view of Central Park West, the Dakota Apartment Building and Harlem's Apollo Theatre. Their hop aboard the Brooklyn Loop, for a view of the Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Antique Furniture District.
Book your tickets now by clicking here! and enjoy New York in all of it's fall beauty.