New York, New York

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Brice Dreamer

Welcome to the vibrant city that never sleeps, New York! Get ready for an action-packed 3-day itinerary that will immerse you in the iconic sights, cultural landmarks, and unmatched energy of Manhattan. Let's dive into this thrilling adventure and make the most of your time in the Big Apple!

Trip Highlights:

  • Hop on a Big Bus Sightseeing tour to explore famous locations like the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, and more.
  • Visit renowned Guggenheim museum, featuring Calder, Kandinsky, Picasso, and Van Gogh.
  • Experience the poignant 9/11 Memorial and Museum. 

Day 1

Your adventure begins in the heart of New York City. Hop on the Big Bus Sightseeing Tour for a quick overview of the city's iconic landmarks. The tour will guide you through the architectural wonders of the Empire State Building, the vibrant neighborhoods of SOHO and Little Italy, and the majestic Brooklyn Bridge. You'll also get to see City Hall, Wall Street with its Charging Bull, the urban oasis - High Line, and Madison Square Garden.

Later, step into the world of modern art at the Guggenheim Museum. Get ready to witness masterpieces by renowned artists such as Calder, Kandinsky, Picasso, Van Gogh, and many others.

In the afternoon, embark on the Circle Line Lady Liberty cruise. As you sail past Ellis Island and the Freedom Tower (One World Trade Center), you'll get stunning views of the Statue of Liberty. Cap off your day with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, a poignant tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks.

Rest for the night at the chic CitizenM Bowery Hotel, where comfort meets style.

Day 2

Begin your second day at the Empire State Building. Learn about its history and take an elevator ride to the Observatory on the 86th floor for stunning panoramic views of the city.

Next, head to Times Square, the bustling heart of the city that never sleeps. Whether it's day or night, the energy here is palpable. Enjoy the bright lights, the attractions, and the array of restaurants.

Spend the afternoon exploring Central Park on foot or by bike. This is the perfect spot to relax and watch the world go by. From Central Park, walk to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to soak in some of the world's most remarkable modern and contemporary art pieces.

End your day with a breathtaking panorama from Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller building or unwind with a cocktail on the rooftop at 230 Fifth Bar. Either way you’ll be treated to incredible views of the city.

Day 3

On your last day, head to SoHo for some shopping or to East Village for an authentic New York dining experience. These neighborhoods offer a variety of options that will keep you busy all day.

Weather & Climate

New York has a humid subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers and cold winters. The best time to visit is during spring (April to June) or fall (September to November) when the weather is mild and pleasant.

Culture & Events

New York is a cultural melting pot, with events ranging from Broadway shows to music festivals, food fairs, and parades. It's also home to many world-class museums and art galleries. During the holiday season, tourists can enjoy the Christmas decorations at Rockefeller Center, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the spectacular New Year's Eve Ball Drop.

Local Cuisine

New York's culinary scene is as diverse as its population. From bagels and pizza to haute cuisine, there's something for every palate. Don't miss the iconic New York cheesecake!


New York's nightlife is legendary. Whether you're looking for jazz clubs, comedy bars, dance clubs, or rooftop lounges, the city has it all. 

Gardens & Parks

Aside from Central Park, New York boasts other beautiful green spaces like the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Battery Park, and the High Line.


New York has an extensive public transportation system, including subways, buses, and ferries. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also readily available.

Local Tips

  • Always carry a map of the subway system.
  • Try to avoid rush hour when using public transport.
  • Make reservations for popular restaurants and attractions.
  • Don't forget to tip - it's customary in NYC.

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