New York Holidays 2014

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Explore the Big Apple!

Unlike any other city in the world, New York is as bright, bold and beautiful as you’d expect. Boasting the most famous skyline on the planet, this slick, sophisticated metropolis gleams from corner to corner, amid a showcase of glossy skyscrapers, you’ll be mesmerised on holidays to New York any time year.

Scattered across five very different boroughs, the city shines with international culture, offering new experiences across every street. Whether you want to head off on a museum trail, tread the arty path of the galleries, take in some American sports at the arenas, or shop, drink and dine until your heart’s content, with New York holidays, the possibilities are endless.

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Stay in City Style

The largest city in the USA, New York is a centre for entertainment, shopping and the finest restaurants where you’ll find a unique personality in each district.

From the sophisticated Manhattan, which many believe to be the heart of the city, filled with soaring towers that are home to a fantastic portfolio of hotels offering nothing but class. Then there’s trendy Brooklyn and the homely Staten Island with something to suit every type of holidaymaker.

Having now firmly sealed itself as Manhattan’s chic younger counterpart, Brooklyn is home to the ‘it’ crowd, brimming with new and unique attractions and venues, so it’s the place to go on holidays to New York when you fancy seeing the latest trends. Its streets are lined with traditional, quaint brownstone townhouses, which hide cosy retreats for a restful stay after days spent sightseeing.

New York State of Mind

Urban types will certainly be at home on here, and it’s the ultimate destination for those who enjoy city exploration. By day you can lap up endless culture through its world class galleries and museums, or you can enjoy strolls through Central Park and window shopping across the designer boutiques of Fifth Avenue. It is often said that no one can visit the city without looking up, and there are plenty of architectural sights to appreciate when you do.

Nicknamed the ‘city that never sleeps’, New York certainly has a lot to offer when night falls. You can amuse yourself with a trip Broadway, take a seat at one of the sports games, or treat yourself to some world class dining, stylish drinking and some late night parties. For something a little different and to enjoy a wealth of live music venues, head to Brooklyn

New York holidays are action-packed in any season, as this city certainly enjoys the extremes. With winter comes a blanket of snow that shines over the festive months, whilst summer brings with it hot and humid days that are best spent at the riverside beaches or beside the rooftop swimming pools.

Breathtaking Landmarks

Soaring above the streets you will find world famous architectural wonders such as the Chrysler Building, the Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building, which affords magical sights from its 86th and 102nd floor viewing decks.

Central Park offers some peace in the bustling heart of the city, whilst Times Square is gleaming with bright lights, international restaurants and shops galore. The streets of the city are lined with performers, vendors and food sellers, so you can find even the slightest bit of culture with every footstep you take. Across the Hudson River you will find Ellis Island and the iconic Statue of Liberty, which can be reached via ferry as you watch the Manhattan skyline retreat into the distance.

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Language: English
Currency: US Dollars (USD)
Local time: GMT - 5 hours
Local airport: New York JF Kennedy
Flight time: 7 hours

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Sightseeing

Times Square is a must, even if you don’t stay long because of the crowds. Plenty of boat, bus and helicopter tours abound, but some of the best sights are free to see from wandering the streets, such as the Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn Bridge. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is an impressively comprehensive and varied art gallery, with over two million works of art spanning five thousand years.

Day Trips

Coney Island is a must for those intrigued by a bit of downmarket seediness. Children and adults can enjoy the funfair rides, as well as endless varieties of sweet and savoury snacks like ‘Sausage Heros’, sold from traditional stalls. Adults can enjoy a tipple from similar stalls with endless deals on alcoholic beverages or stroll along the beach and promenade. Coney Island also has its very own aquarium, and although it includes a ‘4D’ cinema screen, it is probably more of an educational than entertaining visit.

Musicals

World-renowned Broadway shows are themselves the subject of many songs and films. Broadway itself diagonally crosses Manhattan, and the stretch containing the many of its most famous theatres is close to Times Square. Musical adaptations of books, films and plays are frequently shown, so it’s more than likely you will recognise a few of the shows. At any one time there are upwards of thirty different musicals showing on Broadway, allowing for plenty of well-known classics such as 'The Lion King' and 'The Phantom of the Opera' to sit alongside newer adaptations and original shows, so you can judge for yourself whether something is going to be the next big hit or a total flop.

Celebrity Culture

Travel on a Screentour, which takes you around the locations of shows such as 'Friends', 'Seinfeld' and 'Spiderman'. 'Resting' actors and actresses act as guides. They even offer tips on how to get tickets for the audience of popular TV shows. Other places great for celebrity spotting include sushi restaurant Nobu. Frequented by the likes of Madonna, Jon Bon Jovi and Naomi Campbell, and late night celeb hang outs include the overly glamorous GoldBar, where P Diddy has been known to hold parties, and The Boom Boom Room on Washington Street, with a glass-floored outdoor terrace and hot tub in the middle of the bar.