Have A Bus Ticket To New York, Follow This Guide

If you have your bus tickets to New York, you are one step closer to exploring the vibrant city that never sleeps. From iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and Central Park to the bustling streets of Times Square, New York has something for everyone. However, planning a trip to the city can be overwhelming, especially if it's your first time visiting. In this guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to make the most out of your bus trip to New York.

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Things To Bring

To fully enjoy your trip to New York, make sure to pack a camera with backup batteries, and consider bringing a selfie stick for capturing amazing backdrops. Keep in mind that buses may not have electrical outlets, so use your phone camera sparingly. Also, some locations, such as the Statue of Liberty, require photo ID for admission. Comfortable walking shoes are a must, so save your dancing shoes for later. It's a good idea to pack bottled water and light snacks like protein bars, but don't overdo it since New York offers endless and astonishing restaurant choices for every budget.

Attractions To See


  • Times Square: the starting point of the Downtown Manhattan bus tour, known for its iconic New Year's Eve party and attractions like Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
  • Empire State Building: a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper with breathtaking views and colorful, symbolic tower lights. Visitors can explore the lobby's restored ceiling murals and enjoy panoramic views from the open-air observatory on the 86th floor.
  • South Street Seaport: a historic maritime district with shops, restaurants, ongoing events, and special exhibits. Visitors can transfer here for the Hop-on/Hop-off Ferry Tour.
  • Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island Ferry, and Battery Park: visitors can enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park or take a ferry tour to Liberty Island and Ellis Island.
  • 9/11 Tribute Center: The 9/11 Tribute Center Tour is led by survivors of the World Trade Center attack, paying tribute to those lost and honoring their memory. Survivors share stories of courage, triumph, healing, and resilience with visitors who seek to gain knowledge and understanding.
  • Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music, Hall and the Top of the Rock: Rockefeller Center is a must-visit New York City landmark, with attractions like Radio City Music Hall and the Top of the Rock observation deck offering stunning views of the city skyline.
  • Central Park: A visit to Central Park is a quintessential New York City experience. With over 800 acres of green space, the park offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, with activities like biking, picnicking, and boating available to visitors.

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