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Top reasons to book a bus and hotel package in New York City with Tourika.

There are many advantages of booking your bus ticket and hotel from the same place.

You will save time when you need service. It's a quick phone call, chat or email away.

You will receive a mobile app with all travel info. There are many practical features inside the app including a way to communicate with your travel agent.
There are no surprises! We can help you build the perfect itinerary based on your interests. You can add the most popular attractions, city and walking tours and other activities.
Our tour guides and Tourika agents spend more time in New York City that their hometown. They know New York! This means they will be able to answer your questions.
You have friends! We have countless stories of friendships that have lasted a lifetime.
Don't speak English? No problem! Our tour guide and agents speak both French and English.
Group savings on activities! It's much less expensive to book an organized tour than to book individually.
See more in little time. It's possible to visit New York City without seeing the Statue of Liberty. Especially if you're a shopaholic. The great thing about building an itinerary ahead of time is that while you still get free time to explore, you're sure not to miss the best attractions New York City has to offer.
Need to learn about the subway? Want to know the best way to get from point A to point B? Need to know which restaurant to book? Our customers get the best advice.
You still have free time in different areas of New York City. The good news is your tour guide will be able to recommend the best shopping spots, recommend various restaurants and even build an itinerary based on your interest.
We're with you before and during your trip when you need us. You have a question? We'll respond very fast.

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Statue of Liberty Cruise

Get up close to the Statue of Liberty

from $40

Tourika's Perfect 4 day Itinerary

We arrived early at Port Authority Terminal in New York City from Montreal on the overnight Greyhound bus trip. We dropped off our luggage at the Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan Times Square South with the concierge since our check-in wasn’t until 4pm. We decided to go straight to Rockefeller Center to admire the beautiful iconic Christmas tree. It’s a perfect place to get into in the Christmas spirit. We then went to the famous toy store F.A.O Swartz so I can play the large scale piano seen in the movie Big. It’s time for lunch and we headed over to the Burger Joint, the hidden snack bar at the Parker New York hotel. It was so worth the hour wait to bite into an amazing burger and fries. Afterwards, we headed down Fifth avenue to admire the beautiful decorated store Windows. Sax Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman had the best Christmas window displays but close to every other store deserve honorable mentions. We arrived at the Empire State Building to visit the observatory. I’ve been many times before but I was really excited to check out the new Empire State Building experience. It did not disappoint. They’ve completely revamped and added a beautiful exhibits to admire as you walk to the elevators to the 86th floor. They added many artifacts and documentary movies of the history of the Empire State Building. As we enter the renovated 86th floor, we took in the breathtaking views of Manhattan. We upgraded our ticket to visit the 102nd floor to see the city from a higher bird’s eye view. It was one of the highlights of our trip. We walked back to our hotel making stops at Macy’s to see more Christmas decorations and stopped to eat at Fresh&Co to eat a poke bowl. It’s been a long day so we decided to check-in to our hotel and get ready for day 2.
We woke up early, got a breakfast sandwich at Carve Unique Sandwiches and headed to the Vessel at Hudson Yards to walk up the stairs. You must book in advance but the activity is free. Once we came down from the Vessel, we walked a few steps to the entry point of the High Line Park. What a pleasure to walk the High Line and take in the views of the city, architecture and art on display. We walked until the end of the High Line up to Gansevoort street. Since we were in Chelsea, we wanted to check out the Christmas decorations at Chelsea Market. As we’re walking to the market, we saw a unique Starbucks and decided to get some hot drinks. You can check out the Starbucks Reserve Roastery‘s website to understand our experience. We’re an hour away from seeing a broadway show: Harry Potter and the cursed child. In full disclosure, I’ve never seen a Harry Potter movie nor have I read the books. I have to say that it’s now my top Broadway show. It was entertaining and magical to say the least. It’s a mix of a great story and illusions. The play went from 2pm until 4:30pm and the second part is at 7pm until 10pm. I though at first it would be too long the time flew by. It was so good! I would definitely see it again. We found a restaurant near our hotel called Samba Kitchen, a Brazilian restaurant. It was a really cute place and the food was really good. I would recommend it.
After breakfast at our hotel, we took the subway from Times Square down to the Financial District. We walked around The Oculus. Over the last 10 years, the financial district as become a must see when visiting New York City. We took a taxi to Pier 16 to try our newest activity added to our organized tour: The Hornblower Statue of Liberty cruise.
On day 4, we got up early, and headed over to the Shops at Columbus Circle to do my favorite sport which is shopping. We then walked through the Columbus Circle Holiday Market. It’s not the biggest Christmas market but the products are made locally. We headed over to the Metropolitan Museum of Arts and got there by walking through the beautiful Central Park. If you’re into museums like myself, you will really love the Met. The pieces seen at this museum make you realize that we’ve come a long way. The Egyptians, Greeks and American Indians to name a few. We made lunch reservation at the Met and requested a table overlooking Central Park. The food was to die for. Everything you would expect from fine dining exceeded our expectations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tipping in New York City is 20% for good service. If the service is average, you can tip between 15% to 18%. If you feel like the service was awful, talk to the manager.
The New York Subway is the best way to get around. For a complete guide to the New York Subway, you can click here for Tourika's complete guide to the New York Subway.
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There are 5 boroughs in New York City: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island.
Manhattan
Brooklyn – In fact, if Brooklyn was still a city, it would the 4th largest city in the United States
The Staten Island Ferry is a free transportation service for Staten Island residents to get to Manhattan. You can get great views of the Staten Island Ferry.
Walking from one avenue to another is equal to walking 3 short blocks. It takes 1 minute to walk from one street to another along an avenue. It takes 5 minutes to walk from one avenue to another. 20 streets = 1 mile
Streets run from 1st street up to 220th street.
Avenues run from North to South
Streets run from East to West
A square is when Broadway crosses a street.
Try not to give the name of a hotel but rather give the cross streets.
Uptown, Downtown, East Side or West Side.
Walk fast and don’t take the whole sidewalk. If you need to change direction, go to the side and then change directions when it’s safe to go. There are a lot of people and New Yorkers walk like they’re always in a hurry! Don’t stop in the middle of the sidewalk and turn fast the other way because you will get run over and hurt.
New York is a safe city but like any other major metropolitan city, there is a lot of petty crime. If you don’t want to lose your stuff, keep an eye on it and make sure you don’t leave money in your pocket.
Monday through Friday during rush hours
Port Authority Bus Terminal located in Manhattan at the following address: 625 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018, USA
You will be dropped off at the Port Authority Bus Terminal located in Manhattan at the following address: 625 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018, USA
Using public transit is pretty much the fastest and more used way to get around in NYC. Buses and some subway lines run 24h. You can use a taxi, Uber, and Lyft or have private transport.

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