Christmas in NYC, the most magical time of year! From ice skating at the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree to the lights and sights of 5th Avenue, take in all of the timeless traditions New York City during the holidays is known for. Soak up the festive atmosphere from uptown to downtown.
Although most of New York’s iconic attractions are very familiar to visitors from seeing them in movies or on television, nothing compares to experiencing them first hand. Take the Staten Island Ferry and sail past the Statue of Liberty. Visit Ellis Island and discover the history of the immigrants who flocked to the new world. Stroll through the West Village or relax in leafy Central Park. Visits to The Met and the Guggenheim museums are also highly recommended for culture vultures. New York has so much to offer, there is always something to see or do. Take in as much of New York as you can!
New York- You need to book at least a week ahead of time for most of New Yorks hotspots and a full month ahead for perpetually booked favorites such as Daniel, Babbo and Le Bernardin Restaurant.
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New York-Don't be afraid to use the subway when shopping time is short - it's so easy and fast to get around the city. (USD2.50 per trip) Taxi's are great too its just the traffic can be a bit crazy sometimes.