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2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Goes to High Quality Tours

September 5, 2017 - by Chelsey Grasso
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New York City is a big place, and the best way to get around it is aboard one of High Quality Tours’ many modes of transportation. Don’t believe us? Well, perhaps TripAdvisor can convince you, as it’s just awarded a 2017 Certificate of Excellence to High Quality Tours. Not an award to roll your eyes at, the Certificate of Excellence is only given out once a year, and it’s awarded based on the reviews submitted by travelers themselves. So what’s there to love about High Quality Tours? As you’ll soon learn, plenty. 

Versatile Tour Packages

Not sure whether you’d rather see the city by land or sea? You can do both aboard High Quality Tours’ Land & Sea NYC tour. The package deal includes a 6-hour tour that takes you through the city’s heart and into the New York Harbor. Start your tour by hopping aboard one of High Quality Tours’ state-of-the-art vehicles in midtown Manhattan, where you’ll then be taken to many of the city’s historic sites, buildings, and parks. Continue your exploration of the world’s greatest city by taking a 1-hour long sightseeing tour in the harbor, taking in the stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and of course, the one and only Manhattan skyline.

The NYC 360 Sightseeing Tour proves to be just as eventful, including both the guided land tour and sea tour, as well as trip to the top of the World Trade Center to enjoy the views from their world-famous observation deck. Currently standing as the tallest building in the western hemisphere, you won’t want to miss out on this remarkable experience when you’re in the city of dreams.

If you feel like you’ve already conquered Manhattan, then enjoy a change of scenery by either taking the Brooklyn Tour or the Queens Lucky 7 Tour. Aboard the Brooklyn Tour, you’ll see all of the borough’s beloved neighborhoods, including Park Slope, Dumbo, Red Hook, Williamsburg, and Greenpoint. While on the Queens Lucky 7 Tour, you’ll make your way through Long Island City, Astoria, and Flushing before enjoying lunch in Jackson Heights. Take in all the sights, sounds, and smells of the world in this culturally diverse neighborhood.

Be sure to check out these and many other tours on High Quality Tours’ website.

The Private Experience

If you’re really looking to treat yourself and your friends to something special, High Quality Tours’ Private Luxury Packages allow you to customize your own private tour of New York City. Choose between Jet Sprinters, limos, Sprinter vans, and mini coaches as you see everything the city has to offer from the luxurious inside of your own High Quality Tours vehicle. Special New York tours include the Gangster Mob Tour, Crime Tour, Food Tours, Chinatown Tour, Grand Central Tour, Jewish Tour, Architectural Tour, and Wine Tour.

Find out more about High Quality Tours’ Private Luxury Packages here.

High Quality Tours, 212-531-1212 or 844-531-1212,

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