New York City
‘A pop-culture icon, home to some of the world’s most spectacular and famous attractions.’
New York is one of the most popular cities in the world among tourists and once you’ve spent time in America’s premier sprawling metropolis it is easy to understand why.
The ‘Big Apple’ is a pop-culture icon, home to some of the world’s most spectacular and famous attractions. The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Broadway, Central Park and Times Square feature on everyone’s NYC bucket list, but it’s the general atmosphere and culture of the city that makes it stand apart from rest. There are areas of the city that are peaceful, but the majority of New York is lively and atmospheric.
It’s a destination that caters for shoppers, foodies, arts, music and theatre lovers, sports fans, and anyone who simply loves exploring the nooks and crannies that only a huge, global city can offer.
Seeing all the sights, trying every delicacy, visiting every shop is unlikely to be possible in a single visit unless you spend weeks taking it all in. So being selective and enjoying New York at your own pace is recommended. When you visit is important too, as there’s a time of year to suit everyone.
New York is a city that features four distinctive seasons, and each one has its own charm. It’s cold and often snows in the winter, and gets hot during the peak of summer. Tourists head to New York all-year-round, so there really is no specific blocks on the calendar that you should consider avoiding.
Whenever you go you are sure to enjoy the entire experience, and head home wanting to return for more.
- A stroll through Central Park
- Seeing a show on Broadway
- Catching a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty
- The view from the top of the Empire State Building
- A fresh bagel from a New York deli
- Basketball or Ice Hockey in Madison Square Garden
Choose to include:
- Return flights
- Hotel accommodation
- Tickets to local attractions
- Airport transfers
- Hire car