Proseguiremos nuestra ruta en 4×4 atravesando el bosque de la zona norte del espacio natural para más tarde recorrer la aldea del Rocío, su ermita y el observatorio de la SEO. Tras descubrir este lugar nos adentraremos a pie en los palacios y senderos del Parque Nacional de Doñana junto al arroyo de La Rocina. Después de almorzar llegaremos a la playa para conocer el sistema dunar más grande de nuestro país.
Al regresar y aprovechando el atardecer recorreremos el pinar de El Abalario una zona donde posiblemente podremos avistar alguno de los grandes mamíferos del Espacio Natural de Doñana.
Incluye: traslado en 4×4 y guía.
The world-famous 86th and 102nd floor Observatories offer unmatched views of New York City and on a clear day one can see to New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Delaware. 1,050 feet above the city’s bustling streets, the 86th floor Observatory offers panoramic views from within a glass-enclosed pavilion and from the surrounding open-air promenade. 200 feet higher, our 102nd floor Observatory is a private and serene perch in the middle of the greatest city in the world.
The Observatories have been a “must visit” for millions each year since it opened to the public in 1931. Each year approximately four million people are whisked to our 86th and 102nd floors, consistently one of New York City’s top tourist attractions. Visit the Observatories 365 days per year, day and night, rain or shine, for magnificent views of Manhattan and beyond.
The Empire State Building embodies the feeling and spirit of New York City. It is recognized not only as an iconic landmark offering some of the most spectacular views on earth, but also as an international symbol of shared hopes, dreams, and accomplishment.
Accessibility: The Empire State Building is fully ADA compliant. We have handicapped restrooms on the 86th Floor Observatory and also have lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Service dogs are allowed throughout the building. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted. The 86th Floor has ramps to make getting around easier and lowered viewing walls so that visitors in chairs can still take in the view.
102nd Floor Observatory: Upgrade available at Observatory ticket office (2nd floor) or 86th floor kiosk for an additional $20.00.
Express Pass: Purchase exclusively from the official Empire State Building onsite ticket office on the day of arrival to move to the front the line.
Dining: State Grill and Bar offers a prix fixe dinner package to observatory guests with fresh locally sourced foods prepared in our glass enclosed kitchen and unique, local craft beers and cocktails. There are also two Starbucks, a café, Chipotle, Sushi-teria, and the budget minded Heartland Brewery.
1,050 feet to the 86th floor Observatory 1,250 feet to the 102nd floor Observatory 1,453 feet, 8 9/16 inches to the tip of the broadcast tower Broadcast tower adds 203 feet 8 9/16 inches 103 floors 1,872 steps to the 103rd floor Sits on 79,288 square feet, approximately 2 acres Weighs 365,000 tons Volume is 37 million cubic feet 200,000 cubic feet of Indiana limestone & granite exterior cladding An estimated ten million bricks were used in construction 730 tons of aluminum and stainless steel were used in construction 57,000 tons of steel were used in construction Contains 473 miles of electrical wiring and 70 miles of pipe 6,514 windows 210 columns at the base support the entire weight of the building Construction was completed in one year and 45 days Seven million man-hours went into constructing the Empire State Building Final cost of property and construction was $41 million 73 elevators Five entrances 2.85 million rentable square feet
After Seeing the New York Skyline from above why not see it below with a sightseeing open top bus tour
Take a further 20% off using the code 'ESB15' in the basket
On this tour from Salou you can enjoy a trip to Montroig wher you can visit some notable buildings including the beautiful church of Sant Miguel de Montroig built in Gothic and Renaissance style between 1574 and 1610 and the famous ' Our Lady of the Rock'
High above the town on a very eroded outcrop of rock stands the sanctuary of ' Our lady of the Rock' with the Sant Ramon Chapel. The sanctuary is perched on a spectacular cliff, formed by red rock and founded in 1299 to house a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary that was venerated there. You can see the ruins of the castle and the dates of 1655 and 1785 are inscribed on the entrance gate, showing that the site was made bigger as it became more popular as a pilgrimage site. It was destroyed in 1811 by Napoleons troops and rebuilt only to be destroyed again in the Spanish Civil War. It was rebuilt again by the people of Montroig and the reproduced the ancient statue of the Virgin Mary but, misfortune struck again and the statue was stolen in 1979. Made again in 1980, it is still worshipped in the church today.
So much history in an ancient village for you to visit and enjoy on this 3 hour excursion and on your return to your hotel you will receive a bottle of wine too.
Die Royal Mews ist eine wichtige Zweigstelle des Lord Chamberlain's Office, welches Transporte für die Queen und Mitglieder der königlichen Familie mit Pferdekutschen und Motorwagen organisiert. Der Hofstall ist verantwortlich für die Ausbildung der Windsor Greys und Cleveland Bays – der Pferde, die die königlichen Kutschen ziehen.
Die Staatsfahrzeuge werden in den Royal Mews untergebracht und gewartet. Die Kutschen aus den Royal Mews werden jedes Jahr rund 50 Mal genutzt, um neu ernannte Minister und Botschafter zu ihrer offiziellen Residenz zum Buckingham Palace zu bringen. Seit 1843 bricht täglich ein Botschafter vom Hofstall auf, um Post zwischen dem Buckingham Palace und dem St. James's Palace auszutauschen.
Bild 3: Fotograf: Pawel Libera, Royal Collection Trust / (c) Ihre Majestät Königin Elisabeth II. 2013
What is Included:
Meals: Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 1
Linen (bring own toiletries & towel)
All park entrance fees
Friendly & informative tour guide
This package is the ultimate discovery of Victoria’s brilliant and breathtaking coastlines. The Great Ocean Road, Queenscliff- Sorrento ferry (watch out for dolphins!), Mornington Peninsula bathing boxes, Phillip Island’s celebrated Little Penguins and Wilsons Promontory wildlife haven. Cameras ready! There’s one famous attraction after another on this coastal, peninsula and island tour. So get ready to snap them: the Great Ocean Road with the 12 Apostles and the Otway Ranges rainforests. The ferry ride right across Port Phillip Bay to the Mornington Peninsula’s quirky Bathing Boxes and Moonlit Sanctuary wildlife park, the world renowned Penguin Parade on Phillip Island. Then the panoramic views and pristine white beaches of Wilsons Promontory national Park.
What time is best to visit?
It's a question we're often asked, and the truth is that there is no best time to visit the Sydney Tower Eye. Whether it's bright sunshine, overcast, windy, night or even foggy, there's always something to see. Sunset is our busiest time of day, so if you want to catch an amazing sunet, be sure to arrive at least 45 minutes before sunset.
TERMS OF SALES :
Tickets must imperatively be kept throughout their period of validity
Spot checks can be performed on vehicles
Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced
Tickets are not refundable
Any resale or reuse ticket constitutes fraud and, as such, is subject to prosecution
A place on the top floor can not be guaranteed
The organizer can not guarantee the return of personal effects and luggage left behind or forgotten in vehicles, and it can not be held responsible for their failure to return
The organizer reserves the right to cancel or modify certain tours without notice if the comfort or safety of travelers demanded it, and in case of strike or demonstration
Prices, times and duration of the tour may change