From Native Americans to the hippies and beyond, join this 2-hour Greenwich Village history tour led by a native New Yorker. In a small group, your guide will walk you through the Greenwich Village streets of early 19th-century town houses. Stories of past residents, local history, Native American history, architecture and personal anecdotes enliven this New York City tour.
Prepare to experience the real city behind Nashville on an unforgettable TV show set tour of real-life filming locations. See the homes of Rayna, Deacon, Gunner, and Scarlett.Sunday ToursOur Sunday tour will pass by Two Old Hippies, where Nashville has been filmed on several occasions. While traveling by this featured store, your guide dives into the details that make the show come alive.Your guide then takes you to the famous Ryman Auditorium for a self-guided tour of one of Nashville’s biggest musical attractions. Get your picture taken on the world-famous stage where Rayna and Juliette performed their duet, “Wrong Song.”Thursday ToursThe Thursday tour features an exclusive visit to the Bluebird Café, where you can hear tales of why playing at this classic venue is a songwriter’s dream gig.The tour bus then drives by the Two Old Hippies storefront often featured on the show as well as the renowned Ryman Auditorium.
Explore San Francisco at your own pace. Make the most of your time in San Francisco with our flexible hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tours. Explore the city's sights at your own pace - you'll have the freedom to hop off the tour at any of our conveniently located stops, and rejoin when you're ready.Golden Gate BridgeFisherman's Wharf, Pier 39Union SquareFerry Building Market PlaceChinatownLittle ItalyNob Hill, Russian HillCivic CenterHaight Ashbury (the Hippies Street)Golden Gate ParkTreasure IslandBay BridgeSausalito
If you're food obsessed, and like history too, you will love the Rusty's Market Food Lover's tour. We will sample foods (fresh and cooked), learn about the history of Rusty's, understand what makes tropical food unique, and get the insider's scoop on the best foods at Rusty's. Seven tastings of drinks as well as fresh and cooked foods are included.The tour includes exploring the history of how Rusty's Market got started, from being in old Chinatown and hippies. The guide will also provide pointers to the best gourmet foods available in the markets and also the seasonal fruits.
Walk the ancient trade route to Kathmandu's great medieval bazaar, exploring an unusual but underrated part of the old city with Nepali writer Rabi Thapa.Thamel, Kathmandu’s designated tourist quarter, began as a medieval site of Buddhist learning connected to the now-defunct trans-Himalayan route between India and Tibet. Your tour traces these beginnings from Sohrakhutte in north Kathmandu before passing through Bhagwan Bahal, Narsingh Chowk, Chusya Bahal, Shree Gha and the marketplace of Asan. You will visit monuments old and new, accompanied by a fantastical cast of Tibetan demons, flying stupas and tooth goddesses as well as the equally adventurous set of warrior kings, traders, artisans and hippies who made Nepal the fantastic place that it is today.
In this day tour, you will do shopping with local guide along with sightseeing in Kathmandu Durbar Square and the nearby places. Kathmandu Durbar Square is one of the three royal palaces of Kathmandu valley. This durbar square lies in the heart of Kathmandu city and south to the Thamel. Here you will explore the royal palace, temples, shrines, architectures, local people and cultures. From Basantapur to Freak Street, you can find lots of curio arts, street markets, clothing and souvenir shopping. Back in the 60s – 70s, the hippies used to travel this place where they could easily get hashish & marijuana legally in Freakstreet, fortunately now is banned.After the Kathmandu Durbar Square, walk to the Asan which is the busiest place of full traditional and metal shops. And finally, off to the Thamel, the tourism hub of Kathmandu. Here you can shop from basic quality daily needs to branded shops for the souvenir gifts and memories. Enjoy the rest of the evening at Thamel. Tour ends.
From the early 50s this was one of London's Bohemian quarters, West Indian & Irish immigrants and the indigenous working class of Notting Dale mixed with artists, musicians and writers, all attracted by cheap rents and the freedoms that a neglected area provided. Slummers would use the local clubs and Shebeens for vicarious thrills. In 1958 there were race riots and Oswald Mosley attempted a political comeback. All this led to the founding of the famous Notting Hill carnival.In the 60s and 70s the Portobello Road became London's answer to San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury as the hippy counterculture moved in. The end of the 70s saw the punk movement gain a foothold in the area.Race Riots, Rent Racketeers, Slums, Iconic tower blocks, Hawkwind, Marley, The Beatles film locations,The Front Line, Hippies, Governments brought to their knees, The Clash and of course the Westway that slashes through the manor. This tour has it all and more! See you down there,
Discover Albaicin neighborhood on 90 minutes sunset segway tour. It's a great way to cover big distance with local exprerienced guide. Due to special geographical location Granada offers great routes with picturesque views. The city is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains so the streets go up and down making segway probably the most comfortable way of transportation. The main focus of this tour is to take you up to San Nicholas viewpoint on the most beautiful time of the day - sunset.Pass by Plaza Nueva, Fuente del Toro, Paseo de los Tristes, old gypsy caves all the way up to viewpoints of Albaicin. It is located on a big hill and is famous for its breathtaking views overlooking Alhambra and mountains of Sierra Nevada. Wonder through the charmin streets, pass by Mosque of Granada and take photos on one of the most famous viewpoints - San Nicholas square. During the sunset this place seems magical and attracts poets, writers and hippies from all over the world.
3 departures, 3 routes: 10 a.m., 1 p.m. & 4 p.m.Start at DIRECTOR PARKOur downtown Portland tours are engaging, well-paced and colorful: the Best of the City! It’s a weird city, but there are stories in every building, park and brick. We’ve organized our city’s best things in a few different walking tour routes. *10 a.m. History of Architecture & Parks*Much of Portland’s history can be told through the buildings and street layouts including the prioritization of parks in the city center. It’s not a dry history: full of back-room deals, early deaths and greed; and then there were hippies!*1 p.m. Urban Art & Pearl District*How did Portland become the 1st city on the West Coast with a fine art museum? And how did it develop into a hotbed for modern artists?* 4 p.m. Weird Portlandia* We’ll walk through Portland’s bizarre and strange past and present, exploring the history of weird icons like Darcelle XV and Voodoo Doughnut.We keep groups to 12 or fewer for intimate, personal tours