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A Guide to New York

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Attractions & Museums

New York has multiple world-class and world-famous attractions and museums scattered all over the city. One of the most famous statues in the world, the Statue of Liberty, an American icon, is located just a ferry ride away. To make it even more memorable, take an elevator up the statue and get a unique view of the New York Harbour from the Torch. Feeling like educating yourself and seeing historical artefacts? Worry not, the Metropolitan Museum of Art has over two million works and is one of the largest museums in the world. With their collection and their ambience, the museum will take you back in time. 


NYC Broadway

Grab yourself a ticket and watch a Broadway performance from where it all began. Stroll through the famous Theatre Districts, where the majority of Broadway theatres are located. It is never short of performances in this district with 41 theatres to choose from - Every night will be a night full of talent and passion. From classic Broadways like Hamilton and Wicked, to modern ones, the district is alive seven days a week. 


Shop & Dine

From luxury stores to thrift shops, there is a reason why New York is considered to be a shopping capital. You can find all types of stores from fashion, technology, gear, and so much more. Put on your walking shoes and explore the stores on Fifth Avenue or Madison Avenue. P.S. don’t forget to make sure you have some money to spend! With the city being vibrant with diversity, you can find any type of culinary dish in New York. Whether you are looking to have a fancy date on the top floor of a skyscraper, or eat some delicious street food, New York’s got it all. 


Sport Events

If you’re one to love sports, New York is a haven for you. Home to numerous sports champions and professional teams, you’re not visiting New York without grabbing a ticket to a game. Whether it’s the New York Yankees playing in their Yankee Stadium, or the NBA playing in the world famous Madison Square Garden, there will always be a game on. 



New York’s after-dark entertainment is not to be missed when you’re visiting the city. From fancy cocktail bars, dance clubs, pubs to music events, there is a lot you can do for a night full of boogie, music and delicious drinks. Visit the famous Irving Plaza for some live music, or head towards King Cole Bar to experience the Bloody Mary from where all began. Keep your eyes out, maybe you’ll spot a celebrity! 


With the amount of things to see and do in the city, we recommend getting a New York Pass where you can get free entry to New York’s best attractions and also get to skip the line. Check out this 1-10 Day New York Pass to over 100 attractions that includes a hop on hop off bus tour so you can make the most out of New York. If you’re looking to just visit a few attractions, check this 60 Day New York Explorer Pass out!