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Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour

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Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour

Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
Adult: €43
Child: Up to 11 years €38

check FREE amendments & cancellations on this ticketYou can cancel or amend your Central Park Bike Tour free of charge until 7 days before your tour date. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made. Amendments are subject to availability.

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  • 2-hour bike tour of Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn
  • Ride over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge
  • Enjoy stunning views of the Big Apple skyline, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the port of Brooklyn as well as part of the New Jersey shore
  • Professional and informative guide
  • Use of well-maintained Biria bike, helmet, basket and lock

This iconic structure is a must see for any native or visitor to the Big Apple

The Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour takes you up in the air above New York City! Climb uphill into the City Hall area, then up onto the Brooklyn Bridge itself.