In Person and Virtual Mid-Manhattan Walking TourMidtown Manhattan, arguably the busiest, most populated, and most valuable piece of real estate in the entire globe, is what most tourists picture when they think of New York City. A stroll through Midtown Manhattan is a great opportunity to see some of the city's top attractions. Many of New York City's most famous structures are found in the Midtown neighborhood of Manhattan, which is located between 34th and 59th streets. This tour takes you past all the major attractions in New York City, including the Broadway Theater District, Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, the Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and more. Water in your bag, and be ready for sensory overload! With Gothic to Post-Modern, Beaux-Arts to Art Deco (plenty of Art Deco), and other classic architectural styles calling it home, it's easy to see why. There are intriguing tales hiding behind these imposing facades that are just waiting to be revealed. Allow Allen Batista Travel to show you around in the Mid-Manhattan Walking Tour.
Explore Manhattan from a fresh perspective
The 19th and 20th centuries saw a literal growth spurt in Manhattan. Explore Madison Square Park and discover the Flatiron Building's peculiar structure. Talk about the inventions that helped the city expand during the early 1900s skyscraper boom passing by Times Square, Grand Central Terminal and St. Patrick's Cathedral during this trip. There are countless cultural sites, delicious restaurants, and interesting things to do in Mid-Manhattan in New York City. Mid-Manhattan’s walking tour captures key iconic landmarks such as Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, Chrysler Building, Rockelefller Plaza, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and more.