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Central Park is an urban park in New York City located between the Upper West and Upper East Sides of Manhattan. It is the fifth-largest park in the city by area, covering 843 acres . It is the most visited urban park in the United States with an estimated 38 million visitors annually, and is the most filmed location in the world. Following proposals for a large park in Manhattan during the 1840s, it was approved in 1853 to cover 778 acres . Wikipedia

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Private New York tour with a luxury minivan

Central Park, London

Luxury wears a city. That city – New York. The capital of entertainment, fashion, and class. What better way to discover them, than at Times Square! Save some space on your phone for skyline views of the Empire State building. Look sharp passing through the groves of Central Park. And let’s not forget everyone’s favorite. The Flatiron building. Looks like one, doesn’t it? We also added culture to this private tour. Get a whiff of the garden berries at the famous Strawberry fields. And much more exclusivity. Embark on a luxury minivan cruise with our local guide. And get an upscale, private glance at New York.

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Elf the Musical London

Central Park, London

ELF is the funny and charming tale of Buddy, who mistakenly crawled into Santa’s bag as a baby and was raised as an elf! Way too tall and not so great at his job, Buddy is the North Pole’s biggest misfit… and knows he’ll never belong. When Santa tells him the truth, Buddy heads to New York to find his birth father (who turns out to be quite high on the Naughty List). After causing some merry mayhem in Manhattan, Buddy finally discovers the gift of family and falls in love. And when Santa’s sleigh crashes in Central Park, it’s Buddy who finds a way to save Christmas forever!

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