New York City has got to be the most culturally diverse cities in the world with a large population of African-Americans, Jews, Chinese, Irish, Koreans, Spanish and many other nationalities from other origins. This cultural influence dating back to hundreds of years when foreigners started immigrating to America has made New York the melting pot of the world. On this tour, you'll go to see the real heart of NYC by visiting the outer boroughs—the Bronx, Brooklyn, Harlem and Queens as well as Coney Island. The tour starts with a quick ride through Harlem in uptown Manhattan where you'll see important historic sites such as the Apollo Theater and Hotel Theresa. You'll drive to the Bronx and see the home of the NY Yankees, learn about the history of hip-hop, and see colorful street art and graffiti. After that, it's off to Queens and the affluent neighborhood of Malba with its beautiful houses before heading to Flushing Meadows Park, home of the U.S. Open, New York Mets, and the Unisphere. The tour will then move to Brooklyn where you'll stop by Williamsburg and Crown Height, one of the largest Hasidic communities outside of Israel. And lastly, you'll visit and explore a bit of Coney Island, a well-known destination for New Yorkers seeking fun and relaxation. End your tour by passing by the Brooklyn Bridge, where you'll guide will provide you some information about the landmark's importance in history. You may choose to get dropped off here or proceed to the drop off point and end your NYC borough tour.