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It’s no secret that The City That Never Sleeps has an endless amount of attractions. There are so many things to do in New York – which is why people often visit the city multiple times. From cultural museums and soaring skyscrapers, to shopping delights and buzzing nightlife, the Big Apple has something for every taste.
Many of New York’s tourist attractions are instantly recognisable, having featured in countless films and TV shows. As you explore, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into the silver screen. Go to the top of the Empire State Building, walk across Brooklyn Bridge, and take in the bright lights of Times Square. You can visit the iconic Rockefeller Center, and take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. Stroll along Central Park’s maze-like paths, or head out on to the lake in a rowing boat. Shop ‘til you drop on Fifth Avenue, and be wowed by an award-winning Broadway show.
Sightseeing in New York can feel incredibly glamorous, as you take in the city’s famous landmarks and glittering lights. But some of the best things to do in New York are often the most understated. You can see incredible works at the Museum of Modern Art, for instance, or spend a day at Ellis Island. Once the busiest immigration gateway into America, this place now houses a fascinating museum. And, as you’re walking around Manhattan, keep your eyes peeled for striking architecture, particularly New York Public Library and Grand Central Station.
Whether you’re planning a short city break or a two-week holiday, you’ll have no trouble filling your days in NYC. There’s a never-ending list of things to do in New York – and it evolves all the time, as new attractions, restaurants and shows open. Speak to our experts, and let us help you plan the perfect trip.
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