Visit New York
Both familiar and full of surprises, New York is a city pulsating with energy. Here you can catch a Broadway show, view the famous skyline from a skyscraper and visit some of the world’s most iconic sights.
Often the first place you’ll picture when thinking of New York is Manhattan, this is no surprise as it’s home to many of the city’s top attractions, but add Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island to the mix and this impressive city becomes the complete package.
Things To Do In New York
- Climb the Empire State Building
- Gaze upon the impressive Statue of Liberty
- View New York’s skylines from the Top of the Rock
- Experience the bright lights of Times Square & Broadway
- Walk over the historic Brooklyn Bridge
- Wander through Central Park and experience the buzz
- Shop till you drop on 5th Avenue
- Visit the 9/11 Memorial & Museum
- Mix with the world’s elite traders on Wall Street
By Road – Boston 214 miles; Washington D.C. 226 miles
By Rail – Boston 4 hours; Washington D.C. 3 hours
By Air – Direct flights from the UK and most major cities
With an extensive network of subway trains, frequent busses and thousands of iconic yellow cabs, getting around New York City couldn’t be easier.
Tip: If you’re planning on using the subway to get around, save money by purchasing a 7-day ‘metrocard’ for around $30 on your first day. You will be able to ride the rails without topping it up for a whole week. Individual train and cab fares can become pricey so it’s worth getting a week pass even for a 3-day trip.