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Get Off Broadway With This New York Travel Guide

Lots of people head to New York with a Broadway show in mind. But New York has so much more to offer than that! And if you’re a 90s sitcom fan, New York is more than just trendy coffee houses as well. There is so much more to see than you may think. Of course, with such a big city, you need a big plan in place so you don’t miss any of the best bits of New York. Time to get packing for the greatest city break in the world!

New York is quirky. New York is fun. And New York is the best place in the country to find good American food. Of course, you’ll find Indian food, Thai food, Italian, Chinese, French. In fact, any flavor you fancy is available. The city that never sleeps could have just the dish you want at almost any hour of the day. And yes, you can still get great coffee in one of the hundreds of coffee houses all over the place.

Living in New York means living a busy life. But when you’re on vacation, you might fancy a slower pace. Fortunately, New York is home to some excellent spas. You can indulge yourself for just a few hours or spend the whole day with luxurious pampering. There are plenty of gorgeous hotels that will treat you like royalty too. Of course, most of us are looking to make our vacation more affordable! Why not search for new york vacations rentals online that can suit your budget? It will also give you a taste of living like a New Yorker for a while. Some are pet friendly too.

Shopping is hugely enjoyable in New York. There are department stores and malls to tantalize and easily empty your wallet. It’s worth spending a day shopping here, though. You may be pleasantly surprised with a mid-season sale, or find something unique and special. Personal shopping is very big when it comes to the fashion stores. Let someone dress you up for an afternoon and negotiate a deal on a full outfit.

There are plenty of very important and very grand sights to see in New York. Perhaps one of the least ventured is the New York Public Library. This is an extraordinary architectural delight but also houses some of the greatest and notable collections in the world. Whatever your interest, you’re bound to find a rare book to offer even greater insight. Why not have a research area in mind and make an enquiry to spend time with the best of the archives?

New York also has one of the longest and most fascinating histories in America. Ellis Island should be your first port of call. You can turn this into an entire day, or just pop along for an afternoon. If you’re happy with the boating side of things, then don’t miss the ferry to see the Statue of Liberty up close. The NY pass can fast track you and can be used for other things too. What will you see in New York?


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