Allen Batista Travel Offers In-Person and Virtual Walking Tours in Manhattan and Philadelphia
Fun and educational walking tours transports individuals through iconic streets of Manhattan and Philadelphia
By: Allen Batista Travel, Inc.
According to Travel Weekly, "walking leads to stronger bones, improved balance, increased cardiovascular fitness, lower risk of chronic diseases, reduced body fat, and more! " Face masks are mandatory for in-person walking tours.
Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown Walking Tour
This walking tour explores three neighborhoods throughout lower Manhattan: Soho, Little Italy, and Chinatown. Beginning in Soho, you'll explore designer shops and cast iron buildings. Take in the iconic sites before moving to Little Italy, where you smell the delicious Italian food, such as the pizza from New York's first pizzeria, and visit famous mob hangouts. The last stop is Chinatown, which offers entertaining shows and colorful vendors.
Lower East Side Walking Tour
This part of the city is truly a melting pot; Jewish, Latino, German, Italian, Asian immigrants have all called it home. Visit some of the Lower East Side's best spots, such as Katz's Deli, Red Square, the sites of many famous TV shows and movies, and more!
Mid-Manhattan Walking Tour
Some of New York City's most well-known and iconic landmarks are in Midtown, such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and more. Visit the hustle and bustle of the busiest place on Earth; feel the heartbeat of the city. Times Square and the theaters of Broadway are the perfect places to learn about the culture and excitement of the city.
Philadelphia Independence Mall Walking Tour
Learn the rich history of Philadelphia on this tour! You will explore sites important to the foundation of American democracy, such as the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, Betsy Ross House, and more. Join a licensed tour guide for this educational and entertaining experience!
Philadelphia Ghost Tour
The Philadelphia Ghost Tour is perfect for those interested in the spooky side of the city. You'll explore the sites that inspired famous, ghostly works of fiction, such as Dracula and The Raven.
To book the socially distant in-person or virtual tours, please visit www.abtravel.us
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