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New York City is the most influential city in the world. This global city dictates finance, fashion, art, technology, entertainment and more all over the world. Few other cities offer the diversity that New York does and it is all condensed in an area that is about 13 miles long and 2 miles wide! You could easily spend weeks in Manhattan with all the things to do in NYC, but we want to give you the best experience that you can have in the amount of vacation time you have.

Unfortunately, New York is a very expensive city to visit, but it is really worth the trip. The amount of tourists that travel here each year is a testament to that fact. Once you are there you can get passes and tours, which are more cost efficient to get the most out of your trip. There is a City Pass which provides you with unique deals for the city’s most popular attractions and has “Fast Track” privileges for the attractions. The “Fast Track” privileges mean that you won’t waste precious vacation time standing in line, enabling you to see and do more. They have the best bus tours available that allow you to hop on and off of the bus at your leisure. They have many stops throughout the city, making it a very convenient way to travel to see major points of interest.

There is so many things to do in NYC in a small amount of time on your trip. From famous and historical places to unique experiences and events, NYC is bursting with things to do. With over 651 attractions and several museums, events, and parks, there is something for everyone. With so much to see it can be overwhelming. We want to help you simplify your choices by recommending places that are popular and interesting.

Visit the NYC Icon, Times Square. Times Square is a long major intersection at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. Times Square is the place of animated, digital advertisements. The lights are incredible on Times Square after dark!

As part of our history, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty are a couple of our famous favorites. A great way to see them is to take the boat tour that cruises the Hudson River and NYC harbor. The Statue of Liberty is a great attraction in itself, because her crown is a viewing deck.

To view the city from within, there is the rooftop observation deck of the Empire State Building which gives you an unusual man-made topside view from 86 stories up! Other great vantage points are the “Top of the Rock”, which is the 67th-70th-floor observation deck of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in world-famous Rockefeller Center. It is both an indoor and outdoor viewing point, so it is a great choice no matter what the weather is like.

Broadway theater is most definitely a must see. It is unlike anything that you have seen before. To be prepared and to beat the crowd, plan ahead and book tickets to your favorite shows. Take into consideration that most shows are “dark” or aren’t running 1 night in the week.

You can see some very global-affecting places with Wall Street and the United Nations building in New York City. Wall Street runs through the historical Financial District. This finance center of the world dramatically affects the world on both the good and bad days. Even though the United Nations building is in New York City, the land occupied by the United Nations Headquarters is considered international territory.

The Metropolitan Museum is hard to beat, but there are so many museums in the city that it is hard to just single out just one. Some other wonderful choices are: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), American Museum of Natural History, The Guggenheim, The Whitney, The Brooklyn Museum (which is the 2nd largest museum in the United States), and the Museum of Television and Radio. You can’t go wrong with any of these, because not only are you having fun visiting fascinating exhibits, but you are learning as you go.

With so much to see, don’t forget that there are plenty of activities to keep you busy as well. A variety of events are available at all times. Experience the fun in doing something like eating, shopping, attractions with rides or just relaxing in the park.

Shopping in NYC is an opportunity that can’t be passed up. The original wooden escalators in Macy’s are still in use today! In December, there is a line around the building just to view the holiday window displays. If you want something more upscale, venture to 5th Avenue and take in all of sights of the high fashion stores… The people watching can’t be beat either!

At anytime throughout the year, Central Park is full of nature and attractions. In the summer, view the fountains, nature’s green art, and the Central Park Zoo. In the wintertime, don’t miss the magical feeling of ice skating and hot chocolate at the Wollman Rink.

Make sure you allow yourself some time to explore Lower Manhattan. The ethnic neighborhoods of Chinatown, Little Italy and SoHo have great food and shopping for any taste and budget. Even in a small part of Manhattan, there are plenty of things to do in NYC.

New York City is truly is one of those cities that you have to visit at least once in your lifetime. It is expensive, but with some planning ahead, you’ll be able to find flights and hotels that will fit your travel budget. With the rest of your money that you have left over, enjoy everything that this city has to offer.

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