The Empire State Building is a “must do” on your first trip to New York. From the observation deck on the 86th floor you can see up to 80 miles away on a clear day, with views of 5 States. Located in the building is the NY Skyride, a
thrilling big screen aerial tour of New York. Our tip is to go in late afternoon to see the city both by day and illuminated at night.
New York offers a diverse range of options when the sun goes down. It would be a shame to go to New York and not see a show on Broadway, where you will be ideally located to experience the buzz of Times Square, situated near many famous theatres. On another night why not visit the distinctive areas of SoHo and Greenwich Village? Here you will find a great choice of boutiques, trendy art galleries, great restaurants and sidewalk cafes ideal for people watching.
Central Park is America’s first landscaped public park and covers over 800 acres in the middle of the city. If you are tired after your adventures so far then why not give your feet a well deserved rest and discover the park on a horse-drawn carriage? Experience all this and much, much more including the world-class shopping and any of 150 fascinating museums. Now you have a taste of what New York offers, discover it for yourself!