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About New York

Take a bite of the Big Apple

An Epicentre of the Arts. A Shopping Capital. A Trendsetter. A Dining Delight. New York City has it all. Comprising 5 boroughs, New York City sits where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. At its core is Manhattan, a densely-populated borough that’s among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centres.

Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, sprawling Central Park, Times Square and the Broadway theatre district.

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If you are looking for a boutique hotel in a prime location that suits most budgets, why not try The Hotel @ Times Square (59 West 46th Street) or the Novotel New York Times Square (226 West 52nd Street).

If unrivalled, sweeping views of the city from Madison Avenue and 50th Street is your thing, The Towers at Lotte New York Palace (455 Madison Avenue) is the place for you.

For SoHo’s most peaceful gem, why not check out The Broome (431 Broome Street) for a private hideaway.

If department stores are your thing, then Bloomingdale's, which first opened in 1927 and occupys a full city block on Manhattan's Upper East Side, is easily one of the most famous stores in NYC.

Next in line would be Macy's which was the largest store in the world from 1924 until 2009. Macy's spans a full city block and boasts 11 floors of merchandise.

For a day shopping New York style, head to SoHo or Greenwich Village. Both have their own unique vibe, with plenty of bars and restaurants to take a well-earned break.

If seafood is your thing, then the triple Michelin-Starred Le Bernardin (155 W 51st) is a fine-dining holy grail.

If you are looking for a slice of pizza, then Prince Street Pizza (27 Prince St) is worth a visit. Queues can be long but move fast.

If a view is what you are after, then The View Restaurant & Lounge at The Marriott New York (1535 Broadway) is worth a look – it is New York’s only revolving rooftop restaurant and lounge.

To discover the ultimate urban oasis, just a short stroll into New York City’s cherished Central Park sees you at The Loeb Boathouse – a fine dining haven for romantics and nature lovers.


Baseball season has finally arrived in New York! Why not get a ticket for a Yankees game. (161st Street). If Baseball’s not your thing, then there’s always The New York Nicks Basketball (8th Avenue Madison Square Garden), or, take in one of the Broadway shows such as The Lion King or Chicago.


Take part in Concert Season at the New York Philharmonic celebrating the 175th anniversary — with a season of music and events that honour the storied legacy and rich history championing new masterpieces.


Every summer, the Public Theatre produces a beloved NYC democratic tradition and one of the best free things to do in NYC: Shakespeare in the Park, presented at the open-air Delacorte Theatre in Central Park.

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Currency:US Dollar
Time zone:GMT -5 hours
Flight time:8 hours
Airport code:EWR,JFK,LGA
Holiday type:City Break / Summer Sun

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