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New York, NY

  • CURRENCY US Dollars
  • LANGUAGE English
  • FLYING TIME 7 hrs 30 mins
  • AIRLINE Virgin Atlantic Airways

From the world-class museums and landmark buildings, to cutting-edge exhibition spaces and lush parks, New York boasts a seemingly endless number of unique cultural attractions across its boroughs

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Destination Overview

Energetic and diverse, New York is one of the most popular national and international tourist destinations. With so much history and culture to absorb, New York offers enough entertainment to last a lifetime. 

From the world-class museums and landmark buildings, to cutting-edge exhibition spaces and lush parks, New York boasts a seemingly endless number of unique cultural attractions across its boroughs. Walking electric streets from one neighbourhood to the next is just one of the many joys of going for holidays in New York. Always rich, New York culture is ever-changing and revitalised with an abundance of new things to experience. Even the most intrepid of travellers wouldn’t be able to cover every inch of New York in a single trip. The days spent in this vibrant city should be seen as a feasible challenge. Any New York itinerary requires great stamina, but upon seeing its watering holes, waterfronts and parks, you are bound to walk away satisfied.

No holiday to New York is complete without wandering along the Museum Mile. Straddling the Museum Mile are 8 world-class museums, dotted with spectacular Upper East Side townhouses and mansions. One of the necessary stops on the Museum Mile, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is one of the prized art institutions of New York. In addition to the unparalleled exhibits, the building itself is a sight to behold with a spacious and massive interior that features a spiral going all the way up the ceiling. The Guggenheim enables you to explore the most famous art in history, while the Met will enable you to time travel thousands of years into the past. At the Cooper Hewitt, visitors can indulge in the latest design technology. Chelsea is the “Gallery District” of New York, which is home to some of the finest exhibition spaces in the city, as well as trendiest restaurants.

With more than 800 acres of pristinely manicured greenery, Central Park offers a much-needed urban respite right in the centre of Manhattan. Visitors on holiday in New York can take a stroll through its famous Strawberry Fields or enjoy some drinks by the stunning Loeb Boathouse pond. With its numerous cultural and natural points of interest, it’s easy to spend an entire week just wandering Central Park. A visit to New York is not complete without a tour of Times Square. The world-famous site is one of the city’s most iconic points of interest. It serves as a literal beacon of light, showcasing an unparalleled theatre, culture, and one of the world’s largest digital billboards. Take a photo, catch a performance on Broadway and be amazed by all the chaos. A local escape since the 19th century, Coney Island offers pleasant strolls along its famous boardwalk and is a must see during the warmer months. 

South Street Seaport is the picturesque and historic section of Lower Manhattan, which overlooks the East River. Pedestrians taking holidays to New York can enjoy access to quaint cafés, bars and restaurants, as well as a shopping area. Or take the High Line downtown to the Meatpacking District, one of the most chic neighbourhoods in New York, which is dotted with amazing restaurants, bars, clubs and high-end boutiques. Dominique Ansel Bakery is home to the original Cronut, among other innovative delectables. It’s impossible to walk out of the bakery disappointed! A staple of the Upper West Side, Tom’s Restaurant, made famous on Seinfeld, offers tasty food, serving breakfast all day long, which is ideal for late-risers. The French toast and pancakes are great, or try something savoury such as the bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. And then there’s The Gander - a modern bar that’s at once simple and elegant, and which offers the ideal venue for a laid back lunch. 

New York is awash with unique experiences that you will never forget. You should not miss an evening at the Nitehawk Cinema. The Brooklyn-based venue takes the whole “dinner and a movie” concept to an entirely new level by offering a menu that pairs well with the film showing. Your New York trip would also be incomplete without seeing a Broadway show. Each Broadway show offers a night to remember, with backdrops that mesmerize, stellar casts and catchy tunes. Each theatre has its own story to tell and typically runs specific shows. Finally, The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn offers a great way to end your night. Every evening, this venue hosts great concerts that feature talented up-and-coming artists. And if you’re not a concert person, you can enjoy their comedy nights instead. 

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When to visit New York, NY

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Do you need inspiration for when to go on holiday to New York, NY? Give the team of experts at Travel Concierge a call and we will help you plan your New York, NY holiday at the best time of year for your requirements. Although our New York, NY holiday search tool will allow you to search for New York, NY holiday prices upto 11 months in advance, we can also price holidays to New York, NY for 2023 and 2024. We can advise on the best time to travel on your New York, NY holiday based on New York, NY weather, special events in New York, NY or even when the crowds in New York, NY are at their lowest.

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Anytime is the best time to visit New York. Every season in New York offers visitors an abundance of reasons for visiting. Early autumn features a crisp breeze, bright suns and comfy temperatures, while late autumn and winter make merry with parades and lots of holiday decorations. Springtime is glorious with New Yorkers celebrating the thawing by taking to the electric streets, shopping outdoors at markets, frolicking in the parks and al fresco dining. Summers are hot, giving you plenty of opportunity to enjoy the outdoor festivals and parks.

There’s nothing quite like Christmas in New York, from the massive tree at the Rockefeller Centre, to the decorated window displays of Fifth Avenue. Skip the holiday season and go tour in the United States during late January and February during which time you will bear low temperatures. Some of the key events that are held in New York during winter time include the Times Square New Years Eve, and the Westminster Kennel Club Show. 

Summertime is a widely popular time for holidays in the US, particularly among families with children out of school. To combat the humidity that gets increasingly heavier, be sure to wear some cool clothes for the sticky days which rise to over 30 degrees. An array of fun festivals are on offer at this time including Metropolitan Opera in the Parks and the New York International Fringe Festival.


Why not enhance your New York, NY holiday experience by adding on an excursion. Our New York, NY excursions have been carefully selected by the product team at Travel Concierge. Booking a New York, NY excursion in advance can offer much better value for money than booking the excursions whilst you are on holiday in New York, NY.