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Cherie Davis    |    Enrique Martin    |     Jocelyn Taub

Jocelyn Taub

I am a native New Yorker whose connection to the city began at Ellis Island when my grandparents emigrated from Eastern Europe. 

My background is in promotion and marketing within the music business, radio and sports. I am therefore very well versed in the history of sports and music in New York.

I myself love to travel and am an admitted Italophile after visiting Italy over 15 times and counting. I am a geography nut and my claim to fame is that I know the capital of every country in the world. 

What I love most about living in New York is the city’s diversity and having the opportunity to interact with people from all over the United States and the world. 

In addition to the most popular sites in the city, I enjoy giving visitors a taste of the real New York. Exploring neighborhoods that the average tourist rarely sees allows visitors to truly see where and how New Yorkers live.

Language(s): English, Italian


Cherie Davis

I have been a tour guide for 2 years and love to show people my favorite parts of the city: The Village and Brooklyn. I have lived in NY for over 20 years and every year I learn more about it and it makes me love it even more.

My background is in technology and hospitality. I have owned my own businesses and helped other businesses prosper, but have found meeting people from around the world and showing them this great city is my true calling.

When I am not guiding tours, you can usually find me reading a book.

Languages: English




Enrique Martin

Enrique has lived in NYC and New Jersey since 1973. He has seen NYC grow from the fiscal crisis of the 1970s, when it was an unsafe city to visit, to the present, when it is totally the opposite. He loves NYC because it is ever changing, full of endless surprises, and especially the cultural diversity. NYC thrives on the new and unheard of and he is passionate about history, architecture, off-the- beaten path neighborhoods and what’s changing in the city. He wants to show you areas of the city most tourists don’t ever visit or don’t visit in depth.
Languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish