The Big Apple has all the buzz, bright lights and iconic sights famed in TV, music and film for you to enjoy and explore. Shop till you drop on 5th Avenue, enjoy a carriage ride through Central Park or catch a baseball game at the Yankee Stadium – there’s plenty of choice for all manner of interests. All year round New York gives visitors a new experience to enjoy – if you’re there around the Holiday months then expect cold temperatures and probably a covering of some snow which adds to the magical Christmas atmosphere. If you’re visiting in the warmer months, the city will have all sorts to keep you entertained in the consistent sunnier season.
Broadway is a must for any theatre enthusiasts with well known faces from TV and film treading the boards. You’ll be sure to find the perfect show whether it’s the most successful musical in history, The Lion King, or a more intimate arty performance there’s lots of choice to choose from.
Food is an integral part of the New York experience so make sure you try some of the city’s iconic dishes – hot dogs, waffles, cheesecake, bagels, cookies, the list goes on.
Getting around the city is easy with the subway system or hail down a yellow cab. There’s the famous Staten Island ferry which gives the best views of the city and of course the Statue of Liberty.
For anyone looking for great night life there’s an abundance of options of where to go – you can dance the night away in top nightclubs or sip the perfect cosmopolitan cocktail on a trendy rooftop bar.
Museums and galleries are sprinkled throughout the city’s backdrop of Art Deco skyscrapers and iconic sights. The Guggenheim Museum and Museum of Natural History are must see’s and don’t forget to head to Brooklyn for more great artistic scenes.
A city full of sights and delights, you will need a good few days to explore them properly. Head to the top of the Empire State Building for impressive aerial views.