Customized Itinerary and Tips for Your Next Trip to New York City
What to do and see in New York City if you have 7 days at your disposal. This week-long Itinerary was created by our local guides with plenty of information, details and tips from those that know the city like the palm of their hands. Start planning your vacation in the Big Apple the right way!
It is not always easy to guess the right Itinerary ... especially in NYC, so many things to do & see and and not enough time to do everything! Here, find some ideas on how to choose and customize an Exclusive Itinerary based on the areas and activities that interest you the most to discover the city with a different "set of eyes"!
Excursions and Tours in and around New York. Prices starting from $25. Discounts for children. Activities and Excursions with online booking, easy and safe with Secure Payments
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To experience the Romantic New York choose amongst the walking tours that take you to the most poetic places! Discover the city romantic side aboard a sunset cruise or by gifting yourself a helicopter ride. Choose a Restaurant or Hotel with views ... So many ideas to experience The Romantic New York just like in the movies!
Check-out this Around New York with Irene Itinerary. It starts from Columbus Circle, corner of 59th street and we go up along Central Park West, we will discover some true gems of New York and Central Park.
The Whitney Museum of American Art, known simply as The Whitney, occupies a special space in the art world in New York City dealing exclusively with contemporary American art. Find out what you need to know to plan your visit.
What to visit in Chelsea, among art galleries, food and murals. The neighborhood that knows how to transform itself, houses Madison Square Garden, the historic Chelsea Hotel and the Chelsea Piers, a real sports complex!
In the heart of Manhattan you will find Bryant Park, the park lived by New Yorkers and tourists alike. In Winter, Bryant Park transforms itself into a true Winter Wonderland with the lit Christmas tree, the ice-skating rink, and the Christmas Market. In Summer, the park offers free Yoga, outdoor movies and Top-Broadway Musical previews for free!
The New Futuristic Attraction Has Opened in New York City
The ultra-modern Hudson Yards has finally opened its doors after almost 20 years. With an initial budget of $20 billions, and over $28 billions spent, the new complex is poised to become on if the busiest centers in NYC. It's where you will find the popular Vessel with its 2500 steps!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art also known as The Met, located on the famous Museum Mile 5th Avenue, is one of the largest and most comprehensive art-museums in the world. A trip to New York is not complete without a visit to The Met.
The Museum of Modern Art, also called MOMA, is identified as the most important museum of modern art in the world. The idea for the museum was developed by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, wife of the famous John Rockefeller.
With The Rose Center for Earth & Space Planetarium
The American Museum of Natural History along with the Rose Center for Earth and Space should delight anyone interested in the natural science. The Museum has more than 36 million specimens. It's a perfect Museum to visit especially if you are traveling with little ones.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim museum is one of the most important museums of modern art in the world. It’s located on Fifth Avenue and 89th street. Famous for its iconic spiral structure built by the American Architect -Frank Loyd Wright.
Explore the History of New York from the Very Beginning
The Museum of the City of New York offers exhibitions that explore the city’s complex history from its early day as a Dutch Colony to its present eminence. Your will see more than 3 million artifacts. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Museum of the City and learn more about the Big Apple past, present and future!
Sea, Air & Space Museum aboard the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier
Among the museums of New York, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is perhaps one of the most unique. Aboard a real Aircraft Carrier that exhibits various war planes, but also the Enterprise Space Shuttle, a submarine and the Concord. Discover when and how to visit the Museum.
Ellis Island National Monument is located 1 mile south-west of Battery Park in the middle of the New York Bay and houses he Immigration Museum. In order to visit the Museum, you need to purchase the Ticket to the Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island Ferry.
The National Academy founded in 1825 as the national academy of design, is not only a museum, is also an artists’ honorary association and an art school. The Museum is located on 5th Ave close to the Guggenheim and it's recommended especially for those interested in the American Impressionism.
The Frick Collection Museum is housed in one of the few remaining Fifth Avenue Mansions showcasing the private collection of the Frick Family. A visit to the Museum is not only worth it for the art exhibited, which is priceless, but also for the opportunity to visit a real New York Mansion.
The Most Important Museum for Austrian and German Art
Located in one of the most elegant mansions along 5th Avenue, the Neue Gallery is devoted to the early 20th Century Austrian and German Art and Design. If you love artists such as Klimt and Schiele, you shouldn't miss a visit!
The United Nations Building in New York, also known as the "Glass Palace," overlooks the East River on 42nd Street. In this page, you will find all the info you need to visit the UN including where to book the official tour.
The Central Park Zoo opened in 1935 originally had both large and small animal but after the renovation in 1988 the zoo started concentrating on smaller animals and made the exhibits more suitable for the small scale of the zoo. Schedule, Tickets and General Information to visit the Central Park Zoo!
Central Park is a green oasis in the middle of Manhattan, the largest park of the city, approximately 843 acres set aside for the recreation of New Yorkers and visitor alike. The park extends from 59th to 110th Street and from 5th to 8th Avenue.
The ONE World Trade Center was inaugurated on May 29, 2015 and we of NewYork-Welcome went up to fill our eyes with the most beautiful views of the New York Bay and the city. Find out opening hours, ticketing, location and other general information.
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The SATC walking tour is fabulous! Our tour guide was amazing. Friendly, helpful, accommodating and so knowledgeable about the city. It was essentially 2 tours in 1. SATC and visits to historical places in the city. I give this tour 5 stars and definitely recommend. Grab your walking shoes and schedule one today!
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