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Fractal Travel is a travel agency dedicated to offering a different kind of tourism experience, and showing United States beauty and potential by thoroughly informing tourists and generating unforgettable and positive experiences. Every day we provide free tours, shared tours and private tours in New York and in all the US, available in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and German.
Soho, China Town and Little Italy Free Walking Tour with Optional Food.
Welcome to our free walking tour of SOHO, Chinatown, and Little Italy. We'll take you on a journey through some of New York City's most unique and culturally rich neighbourhoods.
Our tour begins at the iconic Dominique Ansel Bakery, where you can fuel up delicious Crounut (croissant doughnut ) before we set off on our adventure.
As we explore the historical and artistic district of SOHO, we'll admire the stunning iron-cast architecture . On the other hand, we will learn about the area's transformation from an industrial hub to a thriving fashion district. We are going to cross for the more important art galleries and fashion stores.
After, we'll head to The secrets gardens and then we will have the option to try the best Cheesecake of New York, From there, we'll visit a local sculpture park where you can appreciate the area's unique artwork and creative talent. We will make sure our clients have a very nice knowledge about Architecture and ART development of NY.
We'll also stop at the secret oldest Cafe in Little Italy, where you'll have the opportunity to indulge in some traditional Italian cuisine and learn about the fascinating history of the Italian mafia. We will be able to explore all the historic Italian neighborhood and understand the Italian American culture with a Italian real Family .
We will stop in the historical FIVE POINTS of New York where the Scorseses FILM GANSTERS OF NEW YORK was made it.
Then Magic we will be in the biggest neighborhood in Manhattan which is Chinatown.
In Chinatown, we'll explore the vibrant streets and visit the Dr Sun Yat-Sen monument, which honours the life and legacy of the Chinese revolutionary leader at COLUMBUS PARK .
We going to have the chance to try the best dumplings of New York for 2 dollars.
We will se street Chinese Art and the best restaurants on town.
We also stop in the only Catholic Chinese church where the Chinese Virgin Mary is.
We'll also stop at a local tea shop where you can taste delicious ginger tea and learn about the cultural significance of tea in Chinese tradition.
Our tour will conclude at Lin Zexu Square, where you can take in the magnificent Confucius sculpture and reflect on our incredible journey together through some of New York City's most culturally rich neighbourhoods.
We will decided together if we want to see a Buddhist Temple. And Finally we end up in the court district very near by Brooklyn bridge and CITY HALL.
Join us on this unique free walking tour with optional food stops, and experience the true spirit and diversity of New York City!
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What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:189 Spring St, New York, NY 10012, USA189 Spring St, New York, NY 10012, USADirections
1Outside visitDominique Ansel Bakery
Dominique Ansel Bakery is a famous pastry shop in NYC known for its innovative and delicious pastries. It was founded by the world-renowned pastry chef Dominique Ansel and is a must-visit destination for anyone with a sweet tooth visiting New York City.
2Outside visitLt. Petrosino Square
Petrosino Square Park: This small but charming park is located in the heart of SOHO and is known for its unique French-inspired design. It's also been dubbed "Paparazzi Park" due to its popularity among photographers and fashion bloggers.
3Outside visitFerrara Bakery & Cafe
Ferrara Cafe: Founded in 1892, Ferrara Cafe is a legendary Italian pastry shop and cafe located in the heart of Little Italy. It's known for its delicious cannolis, gelato, and other traditional Italian pastries.
Chinatown is a vibrant and bustling neighborhood in lower Manhattan that is home to one of the largest Chinese communities outside of Asia. It's a must-visit destination for anyone interested in exploring Chinese culture, cuisine, and history. From authentic Chinese restaurants and bustling street markets to ornate temples and cultural landmarks, there's something for everyone in Chinatown.
5Outside visitDr. Sun Yat-sen Plaza
This monument is dedicated to Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, the father of modern China and a key figure in Chinese history. It's located in the heart of Chinatown and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.
6Outside visitChurch of St. Joseph of the Holy Family
The Parish Church of St. Joseph is a hidden gem in the heart of Greenwich Village. Established in 1833, this historic Catholic church has been a cornerstone of the community for nearly two centuries. With its stunning architecture and beautiful stained glass windows, it's a must-visit destination for anyone interested in history, art, or religion. Whether you're a devout Catholic or simply a curious traveler, the Parish Church of St. Joseph is sure to leave a lasting impression.
7Outside visitLin Ze Xu Monument
In Manhattan's Chinatown, specifically at Chatham Square, there is a statue of Lin Zexu. It serves as a tribute to his sacrifices and struggles against drug abuse in 19th-century China. Chatham Square is a significant intersection in the heart of Chinatown, where seven streets converge, including Bowery, East Broadway, and St.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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