Self-Guided Walking Tours in New York City

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New York City is home to delectable bagels, fantastic pizza, the Statue of Liberty, a large population of people who all walk extremely quickly!

So, are you ready to begin your tour with the New York Audio Tour App? This 4.6-mile self-guided walking tour of NYC includes Tribeca, the South Street Seaport, the Financial District, and a smidgeon of Chinatown!

Let's get this New York self-guided trip of Manhattan started, shall we? 

Point A: Tribeca

What would a New York City day be without brunch? Start your day with some of the greatest fancy toasts in Tribeca at Two Hands on Church Street. Avocado toast with chile and lime on sourdough, crushed peas with ricotta, or mushrooms toast with cashew butter and arugula pesto are all good options. As an added benefit, this is some of the ideal location for sharing your first Instagram snap of the day in the city.

Point B: Hudson River Park

Head west from the restaurant until you reach the Hudson River's shoreline. Pier 25 is reached by turning right on Leonard, left on Hudson, and right on Harrison. 
Walking by the river in the park is the best way to get some fresh air and see some vegetation, which helps New Yorkers forget they live in an urban jungle. 
Continue south for roughly 15 minutes along the river to see Vesey Street. 

Point C: One World Observatory

Take Vesey Street out of Hudson River Park to the One World Observatory in the One World Trade Center. On the 102nd story, you'll discover some of the city's greatest vistas in New York.

Point D: 9/11 Memorial

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum is the top of our recommendation for visitors and residents of New York alike. The challenge of recording the history of the attacks while commemorating the victims in the most suitable way has been met by this hallowed location. Continue your self-guided walking tour and take Fulton Street southeast from the One World Observatory and turn right on Greenwich Street.

Point E: Trinity Church Cemetery

Swing by the Trinity Church Cemetery by hanging a left off of Greenwich at Cedar Street if you really want to add a little melancholy to your day. Then, at Trinity Place, take a right and proceed towards the massive steeple. It's impossible to miss: the structure appears to be 400 years old. Look find the cemetery, which is hidden among the church's trees, this is a special place of our walking tours.

Point F: Battery Park

Continue south on Trinity Place until it becomes Greenwich after your quick visit to the cemetery. Then continue on until you reach Battery Park, which is located on Manhattan's southernmost tip, follow the audio tour app to be guided properly.

Point G: Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty

The majority of boats for excursions and self guided tours to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty pick up and drop off in Battery Park, so feel free to hop on one if you'd want to take a break from your walking tour for some sightseeing, and check your audio tour app for more information.

Point H: Wall Street

Head north on Broadway from Battery Park until you find the historic Charging Bull statue, which symbolizes the spirit of hardworking and resolute Americans. 
Continue along Broadway until you see the New York Stock Exchange's façade and entrance. It's here: Wall Street.

Point I: South Street Seaport

Continue your self-guided tours and turn right into Wall Street and go east along the East River. Turn right on South Street and continue north until you reach the South Street Seaport, a historic district that was recently repaired following Hurricane Sandy's devastation in 2012.

Finish your self-guided tours with a fancy dinner in the Financial District to end the day on a top note!