You know, New York is a well known city and one reason are all the countless
movies and TV series that have been recorded here.
The person who talks the most of his favorite town is probably Woody Allen. He
has through his movies "Manhattan", "Annie Hall" and "Hannah and her sisters"
made the town famous all over the world.
Both modern and older Tv-series have shown different sides of the town. Do y you remember "Kojak" from 1973 with the policeman Theo Kojak munching on a lollipop and Baretta
from 1975...he with the parrot and the cool theme song "Keep your eye on the
"the song by Sammy Davis Jr.
"Sex and the City", "NYPD Blue", "Mad Men" and "Friends".
So, why not take a movie tour
If you have a special favourite movie or TV-serie, you can now go for a movie tour during your visit to New York.
On Location Tours
Follow Carrie and the girls in "Sex and the City" to their favorite places and take a brake on the stairs outside Carries apartment. Or visit "Friends" - Phoebe, Joey, Monica,
Chandler, Ross and Rachels - building complex.
More information about the movie tours you will find via the links above (time, prices and tickets etc):
Film trailer: Sex and the City - Official trailer
The Sex and the City girls Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha make New York unsafe again. How will it work out for Carrie and Mr. Big ...will they finally get married?
In theatres now!
TCM Classic Film Tour of New York
TCM Classic Film Tour of New York (3 hours)
This is the ultimate New York cinema history tour. You will visit film locations in classic films such as King Kong (Empire State Building), the street where Marilyn Monroe's skirt flew up of air from the underground (The Seven-Year Itch, 1955) and Holly Golightly's (Audrey Hepburn) apartment in Breakfast at Tiffany's (1958) and many many more places. While you get to see all the famous movie sites, it is also a fantastic sightseeing of Manhattan.
Follow the "real" Kramer on his guided tour to the
the Seinfeld characters favorite spots. A different tour were you will be asked questions about your knowledge
The tickets are very popular so book your trip far in advance.
More information & booking you will find below
(times and prices etc):
Go behind the scenes at the worldfamous TV-station NBC at Rockefeller Center. This is the place where many of the famous TV-shows are taped like: "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", "Saturday Night Live" and the NBC News. You will get to see the recording studios and even get som history about NBC. Since 1933 they have offered tours in the building. The tours may vary from time to time depending on what´s going on inside.
30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building),
49th street between 5th and 6th Ave.
Do you have that special favorite show?
You will of course find a gift shop with a corner for every TV-show. You can buy t-shirts with Conan O´Brien, mugs with The Office and key rings with Law & Order. Or take a picture in the sofa at Conan O'Brien even though it is just a big poster behind you, a fun memory.