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South of Houston Street

The Basics

In addition to nonstop shopping in SoHo (South of Houston), make sure to walk down Broadway and admire the neighborhood’s cast-iron buildings, as SoHo showcases the world’s largest collection of this type of architecture. Plus, you can check out the work of talented local and international artists in the galleries that pop up around the area. If you want to explore further, Greenwich Village, Little Italy, and Chinatown are all within walking distance.

Tours of downtown Manhattan and New York City, including hop-on hop-off bus tours, include stops throughout SoHo. Wine-tasting and other walking tours dive deeper into the neighborhood’s distinct offerings.

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SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
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SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
$39.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Truly a great experience!
James was awesome! He was full of great information, we learned a ton and enjoyed ourselves as he shared all this information in a very entertaining way. I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about these neighborhoods and enjoy themselves at the same time. Additionally, James is extremely knowledgeable about New York in general and many of the other neighborhoods as well. So if you ask a lot of questions he is a wealth of information. Enjoy!
Cindy_M, May 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

star-5
Great tour
Gerard_K, May 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
James was an excellent tour guide. He shared interesting and funny facts and stories from the area. It was one of our favorite tours ever.
star-5
Excellent tour guide
gdscrimgeour, May 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
Jacob was an excellent tour guide, very knowledgeable about the neighbourhoods we visited. His commentary was full of interesting detail about their history and the changes that had taken place over the years. I would absolutely recommend this tour.
star-5
Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown
Teia_L, Apr 2022
3 New York Neighborhoods Semi-Private Tour : SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy
Had a great guide who gave us a lot of history and information of the different areas. The walking wasn't to bad and was kept to a slower pace which was helpful to some in our group.
star-5
Awesome
Dina_V, Apr 2022
3 New York Neighborhoods Semi-Private Tour : SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy
Great tour guide Makenzie was awesome very informative! This is a great tour to do!we all liked it very much!!
star-5
We Love all the tour!! We...
Nedynia_L, Apr 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
We Love all the tour!! We are going to visit again! We eat at a Italy restaurant and the food was amazing
star-5
Fun! Great guide!
Teresa_F, Apr 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
Our guide was excellent! It was fun to get a little history about that area that we never would have known otherwise.
star-5
A great way to spend an afternoon leraing about parts of New York.
Kenneth_R, Dec 2021
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
Kevin was very entertaining and informative on the Little Italy/Chinatown/Soho tour. It was an easy stroll through the area with lots of history and charming anecdotes thrown in. A real "boots-on-the-ground" experience.
star-5
I really enjoyed the...
Amy_C, Apr 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
I really enjoyed the stories that Kevin shared. A lot of interesting information in an entertaining manner. Our guide was personable and friendly
star-5
Great Experience
heather_p, Apr 2022
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
Jacob was a great tour guide! So much went into making thirst areas what they are today. Gave us lots of info in a short amount of time. We had a couple local hecklers who tried to ruin our experience but Jacob thwarted them off with poise.
star-5
Wonderful Tour
Richard_S, Mar 2022
3 New York Neighborhoods Semi-Private Tour : SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy
Been to NYC more than a dozen times and never had the pleasure of strolling through Chinatown or Little Italy. This tour brought another part if the city to life for us. So glad we were able to do it with Alexis.
star-5
Great tour and guide!
Lee_S, Nov 2021
SoHo, Little Italy, and Chinatown Walking Tour in New York
Great tour and guide. She was informed and well-prepared. We saw what's left of Little Italy--Mulberry St and a few blocks--"Al Pacino as Lefty Rugiero, "I'm Known on Mulberry St. My mother and son can walk down the street and hold their heads up. I'm known! I'm known!" from DONNIE BRASCO. The cream puff there was good. Soho is no longer sleazy and home to druggies.
star-5
Excellent food and tour
Sophie_A, May 2021
SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown - Food and Culture Tour
Our guide was Willie. He was excellent and very knowledgable about his topic. We loved his enthusiasm and energy through the entire tour. When I come back and do another tour, I’ll definitely request for him to be our tour guide.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • SoHo is a must for shopaholics and trend-seekers visiting New York City.

  • Wear comfortable shoes if you plan to walk around the uneven cobblestone streets.

  • Keep in mind that New York’s Houston is pronounced “house-ton,” not like the city in Texas.

  • Some shops and streets in SoHo are accessible to wheelchair users, but steps and cobblestones can make access tricky.

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How to Get There

SoHo—bordered by Canal Street to the south, Sixth Avenue to the west, Crosby Street to the east, and West Houston Street to the north—is easily accessible by subway. The A, C, and E trains stop at Spring and Canal Streets; the B, D, F, and M trains stop along Houston Street at Broadway-Lafayette; the 6 stops just north of SoHo at Bleecker and Canal streets; the R and W trains stop at Prince Street; and the J, N, Q, and R stop at Canal Street.

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When to Get There

New York City is both amazing and crowded year-round. SoHo is the busiest with shopping tourists and locals during weekends and the holiday season; to avoid the throngs, visit the neighborhood in the early morning. There is typically a swell of visitors into SoHo during the Feast of San Gennaro, which takes place over 11 days in mid-September in nearby Little Italy.

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Little Italy

In the late 1800s, Italian immigrants settled in this New York neighborhood, bringing with them their customs and, of course, cuisine. Although the area has shrunk over the years, mainly confined to several blocks of Mulberry Street now, Little Italy is still filled with restaurants serving Italian staples and desserts like cannoli and gelato. Its annual Feast of San Gennaro, which celebrates the patron saint of Naples, is one of the oldest street fairs in the city.

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