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8.19.2016

Part 1: Circle Line Siteseeing Cruise 'Best of NYC' with CityPASS

This is a review sponsored by CityPASS in partnership with NYCGO. All opinions are my own. 

I've been to New York many times and always enjoy visiting. There are plenty of things to do especially when you are visiting for more than a few days. Since my husband and I wanted to explore New York like true tourist we knew that CityPASS would be a great fit for us from visiting the site nycgo.com. We were able to receive a full guide of where to stay, places to eat and what attractions we should visit.

So, we decided to collect our CityPASSes on a weekend to enjoy the full time we had in New York and to discover the city more through exploring. CityPASS is one of the ways to do just that. 

With New York CityPASS, you have the ability to explore New York for less. Most attractions could range from $30 and up, per visit. If you have CityPASS you can easily enjoy multiple locations for a flat rate fee saving you at least 40%.  

For our first trip with CityPASS, we decided to take a sightseeing cruise to view the Statue of Liberty and other famous landmarks across NYC. Did you know the Statue of Liberty was given to the United States from France in 1866? With the tour guide, we were given amazing historical facts and enjoyed our voyage through Ellis Island, the nation's busiest immigration station between the years 1892 and 1954. This is a great cruise for family and friends who like history and a beautiful view. 

I didn't want to spoil this site seeing cruise with the photos below, so I provided only a few from our trip with a little food action, right after the cruise docked. 
I encourage you to get your CityPASS the next time you take a trip to New York because, with CityPASS, the ticket booklet allows you to skip the long lines and save BIG! They are valid for nine days beginning the first day of use and booklets cost $116 for adults; $92 for youth - prices may vary. 

Go to CityPASS.com and NYCGO.com to learn more and see Part 2 of my CityPASS adventures next week on the blog!

Note: NYC & Company provided Shavae Blog with two complimentary CityPASSes. However, as stated above all opinions are my own. 

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