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SideTour Finds Unique Things for You to Do in Your Own City

by Hazel Chua
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Whoever said that you can only explore new places and discover new things when you travel obviously hasn’t tried SideTour. You won’t have to fly out and the drive often isn’t very far, since you’ll only be taking a “tour” in your own city.

That’s the concept that SideTour is working with, and they’re constantly adding new tours and experiences for people to try out.

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The NYC-based service offers a variety of in-city tour options for the bored local, whether it’s dining with a renowned chef or meditating with a banker-turned-monk to find some inner peace. The experiences being offered are varied, and the best part is that you can experience it all in your very own city.

SideTour currently caters to locals from New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. If you have something you want to share with others, you can even host your own tour using the service.

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Who knew you could experience so much in your own zip code?

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