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Fast-paced and exciting, New York City has an allure that no other city can match. A global epicentre of arts, culture, food and fashion and a skyline that boasts iconic sights like the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, New York is a trendsetter for the world.

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Sample Itineraries

Full day Itinerary

Visit the iconic Museum of Modern Art, take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, walk in Central Park, shop at Barneys and watch the sunset from the Rockefeller Center.

Half day Itinerary 1

Visit The Met and MoMA, and shop for old books at the Strand Book Store.

Half day Itinerary 2

Walk along the High Line, shop for vintage vinyl records at Black Gold and catch some theatre or music at Central Park.

New York City has two international airports, the John F Kennedy International Airport in Queens and Newark Liberty International Airport in nearby New Jersey. Flights to and from the rest of the United States are serviced by LaGuardia Airport.

The centrally-located Penn Station in the heart of Manhattan has Amtrak trains that connect it to all major North East and Atlantic cities. 

The Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan is the busiest bus station in the world. Bus services provided by companies like Greyhound, Peter Pan Trailways and ShortLine Bus connect to the rest of the country.

The United States has an extensive and easy to use road network. The Interstate Highways that branch out of New York City connect to the rest of the Eastern Seaboard.