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New York

New York City is an amazing melting pot that you’ll fall in love with again and again. Every time you go back, you find yourself wanting more, and you discover new experiences. With our unique selection of packages and deals to New York, we make it easy for you to discover more on each returning trip. Embrace the emotions of historical memorials unique to New York, hit the unbelievable shopping districts of Central Manhattan. Finishing the day at a restaurant in Little Italy with a huge glass of red wine has never felt so rewarding. Amongst the concrete giants that make up New York City’s amazing skyline are the street vendors; hot dogs, bagels, pizza or roasting chestnuts in the winter are all quintessentially New York. The list of things to do never ends. You absolutely have to go, just to see and believe the vibe of this extreme metropolis.


Times-Square-web-square TIMES SQUARE 

With flashing neon lights and giant billboards, costumed characters and musicians, Times Square is big, bright and unforgettable. Walk to the top of the red steps for a sweeping view of the area, including One Times Square where the ball drops on New Years Eve.
Central-Park-web-square CENTRAL PARK

There are many things to do in this 843 acre park in the heart of New York City. Explore by foot, bike, horse-drawn carriage or tuk tuk. Row your way around the lake or opt for a more relaxing gondola ride. Over the summer months enjoy everything from concerts to free Shakespeare plays.
Brooklyn-Bridge-web-square BROOKLYN BRIDGE

Stretching across the East River, the iconic Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883. Now it’s one of the most recognisable parts of the New York City skyline and you can walk or bike across on the elevated pedestrian walkway for breath-taking views of the city.
High-Line-web-square HIGHLINE

Running from the Hudson Yards to the northern edge of Chelsea on the west side of Manhattan, you’ll find the Highline. A former elevated railway line that has been turned into a dynamic park with wildflowers, greenery, outdoor art installations and great views of the city’s skyline.
Museums-web-square MUSEUMS

There are 150 museums in Manhattan which are some of the City’s most powerful draws. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) through to the American Museum of Natural History. Each house immense collections and exhibitions, you can quite easily lose an afternoon in one of these.
Views-from-the-Top-web-square VIEWS FROM THE TOP

To get a real perspective of New York you need to see it from above. Head up the iconic Empire State Building for views across lower Manhattan; Top of the Rock for views of Central Park and the Empire State Building or One World Observatory for views of Manhattan and across to Brooklyn.
Sport-web-square SPORT

Get along to a game with passionate supporters. The Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Jets, Giants, Yankees and Mets are favourite home teams.
Statan-Island-Ferry-web-square STATEN ISLAND FERRY

This free ferry is not only a convenient way to get from Manhattan to Staten Island, but it's also one of the best (and most affordable) ways of seeing the Statue of Liberty.
NFL-Experience-web-square NFL EXPERIENCE

Feel the rush of the NFL at this one-of-a-kind interactive expereince that brings you closer to the game than ever before. Suit up and test your skills to see if you have what it takes to make it to the biggest game of all: the Super Bowl.


Here's a taste of some of our favourite hotels and resorts in New York.
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For location and Art Deco flavour look no further. The buzz of Times Square and famous icons, Rockefeller Centre and Radio City Music Hall are just a short walk away. It’s no drama getting to your favourite show as you are in the theatre district of midtown Manhattan. And for dining, you are only one block away from the famous Restaurant Row on West 46th Street.
You’re close enough to experience the buzz and excitement of Manhattan, yet far enough removed to feel like a local. You’ll be right at home with a grocery store right opposite the hotel and your room equipped with kitchenette and microwave, so having a picnic with the locals in Central Park, just two blocks away, is a must during the summer. If it’s winter, the picnic will be out, but there is always the ice skating rink to experience.
A great midtown location that has you at the crossroads of the city’s most iconic neighbourhoods. You’ve heard of Macy’s Department Store, Madison Square Garden and the Empire State Building, well there they are right on your doorstep and Penn Station is across the road, so getting around New York is a breeze. Whether you’re hitting the shops, going to a show or just exploring this vibrant city, you’re perfectly situated to do it all
Situated in the heart of Broadway’s buzzing Theatre District and just a short walk from Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue shopping and Times Square - who could ask for anything more? Enjoy dining at District M – café by day and pizza bar and cocktail lounge at night. Or try the crave-worthy creations from one of the seven vendors at City Kitchen.

New York holiday planning articles

Are you planning your next trip to New York? Want to learn more about this destination? Or looking for ideas and inspiration for your next holiday? Here is where you can find our featured articles on New York.


12 movie landmarks in New York City
12 movie landmarks in New York City
12 movie landmarks in New York City


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