Each day the city of New York awakens to a flurry of movement. To many people this is the city where dreams are made. It is a vibrant city that has a lot to offer especially for students and educators who are looking for a unique educational experience. From its impressive museums to the exciting theatrical productions on Broadway, NYC is the ideal place to immerse oneself in the arts and history. The city is rich with culture stemming from the ethnically diverse populations that call it home. Also referred to as “the melting pot,” the many neighborhoods are exceptional for their unique characteristics so admire them as you tour the city.

On an educational tour, the first thing you and your students will see is the spectacular skyline; at sunset the view is simply stunning. Once your group has arrived, a guided city tour of Manhattan awaits you. Your group will see such sites as Wall Street, Chinatown, Little Italy, the Empire State Building, Lincoln Center, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and Central Park among many others. Perhaps the most thrilling site to see though is the bright lights of Times Square. Observing the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple through Times Square is truly exceptional because there is no other place in the world that could compare.

At EA Tours, we feel that it’s important for our travelers to experience the cities they visit like the locals and what better way to do that in NYC than by taking the subway?! So hop on and explore some of the city’s other popular sites and cultural destinations. Even underneath the streets the city is bursting with a vibrant and electrifying energy. Above all, EA Tours’ priority is to provide a custom itinerary for you and your students allowing you to enjoy your educational trip hassle-free. NYC is a magnificent city for educators who are looking to plan their first educational tour so make sure tocheck out our sample itinerary. Let us know when you’re ready to travel, and an outstanding educational tour will be planned leading to unforgettable memories from your travels.

Join me next time as I highlight Rome and its wonders!

Until next time,