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Brooklyn Bridge

25,161 Reviews

Brooklyn Bridge

25,161 Reviews
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New York Helicopter Tour: City Lights Skyline Experience
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New York Helicopter Tour: City Lights Skyline Experience

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It’s almost impossible to see New York City’s main sights all in one day—let alone in one night. This NYC night helicopter tour packs in aerial views of the Statue of Liberty and other top attractions without making you wait in multiple lines back on the ground. Plus, the heliport fees and fuel surcharge are included, so there are no big surprises on the day of your tour. This adventure is a shared experience with other travelers.
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Emely_Explores wrote a review Sep. 16
Miami, Florida118 contributions8 helpful votes
This was one of my favorite spots to visit within Brooklyn, which is in Dumbo. It’s a very popular tourist spot where people take pictures of the famous bridge from wedding photos to sweet 15’s and 16’s photos. This place was truly breath taking with the autum breeze and will definitely cannot wait to visit again (:
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Date of experience: November 2019
mr d wrote a review Sep. 10
5 contributions1 helpful vote
You can take the train to york st, run through dumbo neighborhood at night, we felt totally safe, then cross bridge to Manhattan. We ate pizza slice on both sides of the bridge!!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John Jackson wrote a review Sep. 9
Singapore, Singapore807 contributions43 helpful votes
Wonderful place and an amazing view! It will take some time to cross it but it worth it! In a good weather you can go for a stroll ! If you like photography then You will like it too! have a good day!
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Date of experience: October 2019
Irish_Lights_Up wrote a review Sep. 2
Dublin, Ireland106 contributions16 helpful votes
Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge as the snow fell was one of the highlights of our trip. You will get amazing views and feel a calm even in all the hustle and bustle.
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Date of experience: February 2020
flashncrash wrote a review Aug. 2020
Berkeley, California669 contributions331 helpful votes
I first traversed BB by foot and car in 1972 but it wasn't until 2018 that I took the opportunity to walk it again and it is absolutely wonderful. How many bridges can you traverse on foot/bike anyways? How many can you traverse by foot/bike that is in the middle of the span? Plus the killer views of the Manhattan skyline especially in the morning as the sun rises from the east casting light on the buildings. As a cyclist, too, anyone walking over the bridge needs to try to stay within the walking boundaries AND look both ways before deciding to stop and take a picture. There are plenty of signs warning you of cyclists but so many people ignore the signs or are mesmerized by what they are experiencing in the moment. BB is so easy to access from Manhattan as well as from the Brooklyn side. Go.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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