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With four distinct seasons and many parades and festivals throughout the year, New York City offers a holiday as diverse as its residents. In ‘the city that never sleeps’, tourists can have the best in food and entertainment at their fingertips. The largest city in the U.S. is also one of the world’s most energetic. From a night in a museum to a street-food festival, this metropolis has it all.

Weekend breaks to New York

Weekend breaks to New York are guaranteed to impress even the pickiest of travellers, with its modern culture, vibrant nightlife and welcoming atmosphere. Discover a new appreciation for life when you visit the Big Apple and let it capture your imagination as well as your heart. Explore world-famous sights such as the Statue of Liberty and reach the top of the Empire State Building for panoramic views of the entire city. You can see and do so much with a weekend break to New York and with so many flights from the UK to choose from, you’re in complete control of your schedule and your time. Shop in Times Square, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art or take it easy with a relaxing stroll through Central Park. No matter how you want to spend your time in the city, weekend breaks to New York offer an exciting experience that you’ll remember for a lifetime.

Things to do

With four distinct seasons and many parades and festivals throughout the year, New York City offers a holiday that’s as diverse as its residents. In The Big Apple, you’ll have the best in food and entertainment at your fingertips. The largest city in the U.S.A is also one of the worlds’  most energetic. From an evening spent wandering around a museum to savouring the aromas of a street-food festival, this bustling metropolis has it all. New York’s famous skyline isn’t just to be admired by the city’s residents; visitors here can gaze at the concrete jungle from many different observation decks. Down on the ground, hunt for bargains in Midtown or see Impressionist artworks at the Guggenheim Museum. In the evening, enjoy a mouth-watering Asian meal in Chinatown or take in a show in one of the theatres on Broadway.

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Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

 

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John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is located in Queens, 26km southeast of central Manhattan. Newark International Airport (EWR), in New Jersey, is also 26km from midtown Manhattan.