Going around New York City’s famous Central Park was given a new spin with the availability of pedicabs for touring.
While one can easily appreciate the view by strolling around the area, the mere activity will get you nowhere if you plan to see the whole area.
Afterall, Central Park, one of the most visited urban park around the world, is actually around 843 acres of land.
For most tourists and locals alike, the best and most viable option is to tour via pedicabs. You’re moving at the perfect speed reliable enough to get you to places without sapping all the energetic vibe–it’s very eco friendly too.
One thing is also for sure: you’re in good hands.
Walking around the area mindlessly will probably cost precious time in finding the sights to see. But this possibility is taken care of when you enlist the service of pedicab tours.
Why? Because our tour guides will make sure you get the best experience and see the best of Central Park. They will be there to assist you in your needs especially when it comes to taking good photos as your souvenirs.
Plus, with the predetermined route and highlights of the tour, you can easily gauge the quality of sightseeing you’ll get even at such a limited time.
The loop of the tour will be from the 58th to 72nd street. You’ll get to see around 30 park highlights which include the Grand Army Plaza, Victorian Gardens, Conservatory Waters, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Fountain, Strawberry Fields, and many others in between.
And for you to better appreciate the tour, here are more information on the three main stops you are about to see:
The bridge which stretches at sixty feet is definitely one of the most filmed spot in Central Park. Its beautiful cast iron structure offers a breathtaking view of the park which made it a favorite of many. The Bow Bridge connects the majestic Cherry Hill to the ever-natural Ramble.
The lake below the bridge is also another sight to behold.
Bethesda Fountain and Terrace
Another highlight of the tour is the high-rise Bethesda Fountain which features the sculpture of Angel of Waters by Emma Stebbins.
The elaborate and admirable architecture of the Bethesda Terrace made it another favorite film location and meeting place of many.
Park visitors visit the area as they relax and cherish the view of the Lake at the seemingly heart and center of the park.
Around 5th Avenue at Central Park, one can see the Conservatory Waters in all its glory.
The area is bordered by well known statues from Alice in Wonderland and Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling. The pond is a popular place for boating during summer and spring and serves as a natural ice skating rink in the middle if the city during winter season.
Make your day a fun-filled event for you and the whole family by booking your pedicab tours now.
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