Make your way around New York to experience all the different neighbourhoods. Greenwich Village, the birthplace of the Beat Movement is now home to New York University, street artists, college students and coffeehouses. From here head north to Chelsea - a melting pot of cultures, this neighbourhood is post-industrial and known for being the centre of the New York art world, or take a stroll through Gramercy Park or head over to Central Park and explore the 1.2 square-miles of ponds, bridges and greenery.
For a spot of New York shopping, Macy’s and the hip boutiques of Nolita and Greenwich Village, plus the legendary delis of 3rd Avenue are close by and offer a fantastic shopping experience.
We are sure you're aware of New York's feature attractions and landmarks, but as a reminder -
Empire State Building - Stand in awe the view of New York City from atop the iconic Empire State Building. It's advisable to purchase tickets online, rather than on the day.
Statue of Liberty - The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the United States in honour of the friendship established during the French Revolution. The Statue of Liberty has become an American symbol of freedom and welcome to the immigrants who come to the USA looking for a better life.
Grand Central Terminal - Renovations since its opening in 1913 have turned Grand Central into more than just a hub for transportation - there are shops, dining and more available to visitors.
Rockefeller Center - The Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan, is known for its Christmas tree, ice skating, Top of the Rock Observation Deck, Radio City Music Hall and numerous shopping and dining opportunities.
Ellis Island Immigration Museum - The Ellis Island Immigration Museum offers visitors a fascinating look into the immigrant experience. Interactive exhibits, walking tours and movies reveal the hardships and challenges faced by immigrants passing through Ellis Island.
Staten Island Ferry - The Staten Island Ferry is a free ferry from lower Manhattan to Staten Island, used by commuters and tourists wanting a view of the harbour and the Statue of Liberty.
American Museum of Natural History - Since opening to the public in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has evolved and grown. In addition to the Rose Center planetarium and regular exhibits, the American Museum of Natural History hosts a revolving series of new exhibits, so there is always something new to see.
Central Park - Central Park has offered a welcome escape from the concrete jungle of New York City for over 150 years. Take a walk, a boat ride or just enjoy a picnic in Central Park and discover for yourself why Central Park is so popular.
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Over 2 million works of art from around the world and throughout history are housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. An iconic art museum, the Met is well worth a visit.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - Founded in 1929 as the first museum dedicated entirely to contemporary art, the MoMA is host to an impressive collection of modern artistic efforts. From painting and sculpture to film and architecture, the Museum of Modern Art's diverse collection has something for everyone.