2 Day Tour in New York City

In New York, 2 days

Tour Overview

Tour Language(s):
Group Size:
1 - 13
Suitable Ages:
15 -
Tour Provider:
Lavender Haze Travel Agency

On this 2-day trip of New York, spend time in the city's top locations. Our cultural itinerary for approximately 30 attractions over two days is the best two days of your life because you can never visit too many attractions.five hours per day)

*You can adjust the tour to suit your needs.

Tour route map


Rockefeller, St Patrick's Cathedral, Waldorf Astoria, Chrysler Building, Grand Central, New York Public Library, Bryant Park, Times Square (lunch), Statue of Liberty, Wall Street


Welcome to New York! It's been waiting for you.

Rockefeller Center

There is one really epic place to watch the sunrise in New York City, and this is Rockefeller Center. The morning buzz, coffee smell, best chocolatier in the city and great photo ops will help you wake up and feel positive for the whole day.

Time to chop off some of those calories you had for breakfast exploring the city. We have a lot on the menu for today, so cheer up!

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Don't let the fairytale church and cool postcard views fool you. Manhattan is the birthplace of everything fancy and dazzling, and you’ll see why.

Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Go celebrity-hunting as we approach the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Sex in the City, The Sopranos, Serendipity, Law and Order are only a traction of movies and TV series filmed here.

Chrysler Building

On Manhattan, the highlight of any tour is skyscrapers, a myriad of monumental high-rises which are ones of the most complicated architectural structures with all kinds of size, shape and design.

Grand Central Terminal

You come for history and architecture and stay for Belgian chocolate which is quite good here. And yet, there is a lot of history here. If Grand Central was a book, it would have more novels than Harry Potter does.

New York Public Library

Keep your eyes peeled for iconic stone lions, grand chandeliers and brass lamps in the Beaux Arts building of NY Public Library.

Listen to the stories that’s nothing like you expect from a library.

Bryant Park

Prepare for Instagram paradise as we head to one of the loveliest parks of New York with a great lawn and NY Public Library as a background.

Times Square

Watch the big city life happening live in front of your eyes. Come back again at night to watch it lit up. Pinch yourself regularly, your dreams came true. New York is all yours today!

Fashion District (Garment District)

Feel like a model as we roll into Fashion District buzz. If fashion is not your thing, there are many casual bakeries and cozy nooks for coffee like Italian Piccolo Café, Ramini Espresso Bar and hip local Café Grumpy famed for its house-roasted brews in a relaxed NYC setting.

Grab a fancy latte or a classic Italian cappuccino and hit the streets!


Let’s go where the action is – to the highest concentration of movie theaters in the world, Broadway Theater District. All Broadway Theaters have incredible stories behind them and breathtaking architecture.

It all started with the Theatre on Nassau Street back in 1750, which held approximately 280 people. You’ll be surprised to hear present-day Broadway Theater by numbers.

Macy’s Department Store

Get emotional at Macy’s as you’ll see a never-ending maze of boutique with great deals and sales. Don’t get too greedy.

Empire State Building

Spend some time at the place which inspires thousands of people to make a fortune. This will not necessarily make you rich but will possibly activate your ambitions.

Madison Square Garden & Madison Square Park

It’s time to explore the historic architecture of NYC in more depth and Madison Square is the perfect place for history talks.

Surrounded by the early US skyscrapers and New York City landmarks like the Flatiron Building, the Woolworth Building, the New York State Supreme Court, the MetLife Tower and Metropolitan Life North Building, Madison Square turns into a walking fairytale of Renaissance revival and Neo-Gothic styles.

Fifth Avenue

The high status of Fifth Avenue was known already in 1862, and today 5th avenue is more than New York's social elite and aristocratic families. The Fifth Avenue stretches for 10 km (6.2 miles) and is famous for National Historic Landmarks.

Don’t miss the Museum Mile that will make you go WOW. Among the museum here are:

El Museo del Barrio, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Museum of the City of New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Jewish Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and many more.

Trump Tower

The Trump Tower is owned by and houses the penthouse residence of Donald Trump. Among notable tenants in Trump Tower are Gucci Flagship store, Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruce Willis.

Central Park

You mission here is to track the film scenes, as the Central Park is arguably the most filmed locations in the world. The 843-acre park was established almost 160 years ago, in 1857, and attracts over 40 million visitors a year.

Must-see attraction and a perfect place to finish our tour.

Finish at American Museum of Natural History or the Metropolitan Museum.

Statue of Liberty

Want to avoid the crowds? Be ready to start this day really early. Get your history fix on Liberty Island and don’t forget camera, as the epic views of the city are guaranteed. The #1 attraction in NYC is waiting for you!

Wall Street

A 1.1-km (0.7-mile) walk is just what the doctor ordered. 

Wall Street is short, but the size doesn’t matter on Wall Street. The money does. And, obviously, there is a lot of it behind the walls of these beautiful buildings with Classical architecture.

The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum

The 9-11 Memorial is in top 5 things to do in NYC. The place will give you goosebumps. Take it all in here: touch parts of the WTC, see engines that had been crushed, touch the survivor tree.

Go on a journey back to that day…

The Woolworth Building

This National Historic Landmark is in the list of 30 tallest buildings in New York City. The old gran skyscraper has an extraordinary story to tell and is truly a gem.

City Hall & City Hall Park

Experience the elegant charm of New York in the City Hall Park. This a miniature gem is great for taking pictures.


Chinatown and Little Italy are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Prepare for some signature Chinese vibe with the best dim sums in the city, if you fancy to try.

Little Italy

There's more to Little Italy than Italian pasta. Gastronomy aside, Little Italy is one of the most beautiful places in New York City. Little Italy used to be home to almost 10 000 Italians… Now these 3 charming blocks have quality above quantity.


Channel your inner globetrotter and go exploring Soho, which is known for artists' lofts, art galleries, upscale boutiques and chain store outlets. 

26 blocks, 73 acres, 500 buildings of SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District will make you reconsider your attitude to Renaissance and Italianate architecture.

Washington Square Park

The Washington Square Park is a tonic after today’s walk. Relax and enjoy. History is in the air here, as the park was created in 1871.

New York University

NYU is hardcore. The fastest computer in New York City sits at NYU. For the annual Strawberry Festival the NYU cooking staff bakes the largest Strawberry Cake in New York City, using 2,500 egg yolks and 489 cups of sugar. And if you dare to go to the library, 4.5 million volumes are sitting and waiting to devour you.

Greenwich Village

New York City has some of the best coffee places in the world. Don’t miss one of the best-preserved Bohemian capitals of the world which is home to many lovely coffee shops. Make your way to local gems like Third Rail Coffee, La Colombe Torrefaction and Oren’s Daily Roast.

Greenwich Village is also popular for many notable people like Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio, Marc Jacobs, Uma Thurman, Mary-Kate Olsen, Robert De Niro, Alec Baldwin, Sarah Jessica Parker and many others.

Finish at entrance to Brooklyn Bridge.


  • * The itinerary is subject to change


Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Only Lunch is inclueded


All flights are not inclueded

Full Guided English Guide

Transfer from your hotel lobby.



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