New York, NY (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
New York City lights up for the Holidays. The best way to experience of the magic of the window and light displays made famous in “Miracle on 34th Street” and other movies is to walk through these well-known shops and streets with an experienced tour guide.
Free Tours by Foot offers a two-and-a-half hour adventure of New York City’s famous Hannukah and Christmas light displays, not only on the streets, but also in the subways stations where musicians and vocalists celebrate the season. By traveling at night with Free Tours by Foot one can sense all the sights, sounds, and smells that create NYC’s Holiday season.
Rockefeller Center’s towering tree provides a light display under the scents of native pines...Fifth Avenue’s FAO Schwarz entices the kid in all of us...Macy’s Herald Square draws shoppers to its celebrated window displays.... The seasoned tour guides of Free Tours by Foot navigate the streets and subways, explaining the background of these and many other holiday light and store-front displays.
Bus tours can be expensive. Plus buses cannot stop for participants to watch the various shows, to witness the lights dance to the holiday music, or to purchase chestnuts roasting in a vendor’s cart. Free Tours by Foot can show you all of these.
Best of all, the guide does not charge participants. At the end of the tour participants can offer the guide what they feel their experience was worth to them. As with all tours provided by Free Tours by Foot, this is a “name your own price” adventure.
Tours start at 7 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning December 14 and running through January 5. To reserve a spot on this sensational tour, visit http://www.FreeToursByFoot.com/NYC.
Free Tours by Foot was founded in 2006 in Washington, D.C. by three tour guides; each had recently traveled to Europe and experienced free, tip-supported walking tours in several cities. All three were struck by the quality and enthusiasm the guides had for the cities and guests. Free Tours by Foot now operates in Washington, DC, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and New Orleans and is opening in Charleston.
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