SP&Big Apple offers tourists a new and exciting way to experience The Big Apple
Online PR News – 02-June-2014 – New York City, NY – Get ready to explore one of the nation’s hottest tourist destinations like never before. In the spring, SP&Big Apple launched its first ever rooftop tour in New York City, and so far it’s become an instant hit with tourists.
“No other city on the planet offers the amazing view that our tours offer,” said Piero Armenti, a spokesperson for the company. “Here our guests get to enjoy seeing the city from a unique and completely different angle.”
The tour takes visitors to some of the most exciting rooftop bars and lounges the city has to offer, and no two tours are ever the same.
“Our venues vary every time. We like to mix things up to keep the tours fresh and interesting,” said Armenti. “Our rooftop guru will take our guests to such popular spots like: Skyroom, Gansevoort, Monarch, PHD, 230 Fifth and many more.”
The tour also provides guests with an opportunity to take some amazing photos of the city’s beautiful skyline while being treated to some tasty snacks and drinks in the process—all included.
And the fun doesn’t stop there. Guests have the chance to explore some amazing spots typically hidden from most visitors, in turn, giving them the opportunity to mingle with real New Yorkers and party with people from all over the globe.
“People come to the tour as strangers, but they leave making new friends in New York,” said Armenti.
From its amazing attractions to fabulous restaurants, tourists will never get bored exploring the city that never sleeps, and SP&Big Apple hopes to be a part of making their experience in The Big Apple one they never forget.
About SP&Big Apple: Launched in 2013, SP&Big Apple is quickly becoming one of the most popular tours NYC has to offer. Friends, Peter Armenti and Steven Huskanovi, created the company after both sharing the same passion for NYC’s nightlife. Through their tours, they hope to help tourists experience the city’s fun-filled nightlife just as they do. As the company continues to expand, the founders hope to eventually launch similar tours in other major U.S. cities.