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New York

The Best of the U.S. in the Big Apple

More than any other American city, New York captivates travelers from across the globe with its magnetic energy, iconic skyline, and renowned sights. Deserving of its reputation as one of the world’s top destinations, The City That Never Sleeps is filled with the best of it all. So, whether you want to visit for the fine dining and modern art, historical sites and museums, nightlife, entertainment, or culture, whatever you seek, it’s just a subway ride or a short walk away.

With so much to do and see, a visit to New York requires a little planning to make the most of your stay in one of the world’s most inspiring, energizing, and important places on the planet.

Central Park view of New York

Unique New York Experiences

Take a moment to get inspired with the best things to eat, see and do in the city, along with a few hints on how to get around.

Dine on New York style pizza.
What to Eat

With thousands of restaurants and hundreds of cuisines to choose from, eating in New York is an art and a sport. While in the city, enjoy at least one five-star meal – whether it’s at Michelin-star spot or a local joint with rave reviews; savor a slice of pizza; grab a breakfast sandwich from a cart on the corner in Midtown; and take a moment for a classic cocktail in one of the many bars, taverns, and clubs dotted throughout the five boroughs.

Check out Central Park, while visiting New York.
What to See

Every visitor to New York has a few specific must-see sights on their personal itineraries, the vast majority of which include favorites: the stately Empire State Building with its sky-high views of the city and beyond; The Brooklyn Bridge, a marvel of 19th-century engineering that still stuns today; and Central Park, a peaceful and calm oasis amid one of the world’s most dynamic destinations.

Enjoy a Broadway show while in New York.
What to Do

A visit to New York wouldn’t be complete without a trip to at least one museum or historical site. From the vast Natural History Museum boasting a full-size replica of a blue whale to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with its hundreds of instantly recognizable paintings and sculptures, the city’s list of spaces to learn and discover is nearly endless. For the musically inclined, a Broadway show is a can’t-pass-up opportunity, while the more intrepid can take a boat trip and tour of The Statue of Liberty in the heart of New York Harbor.

Transportation in New York
How to Get Around

With most visitors sticking to Manhattan, walking is a great option for many activities – from sightseeing to simply moving from one destination to the next if it is located within a few blocks. For anything further, the subway is a great option that can take you almost anywhere you need to go at any time of day or night. Finally, for when you have a group of three, are tired, or simply want to get somewhere with as little effort as possible, hail one of the city’s iconic yellow taxis – but remember, they’re only in service when their roof light is on.

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