Trying to make a shortlist for your New York trip can be tough, especially if you’re only in town for a limited period of time. This article will offer ideas about what to see and do for a five-day trip to the Big Apple.
- 1. Stroll through Central Park.
Tip: Where to eat near Central Park
- 3. Head south through Midtown for Flatiron. Check out impressive buildings such us Chrysler Building and do some shopping stroll down Fifth Avenue.
4. Enjoy the views: Empire State Building, observation deck. You truly don’t want to miss out on the spectacular view from one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
- 5. Visit Time Square: It’s about a mile walk from the Empire State Building to Times Square. It’s centrally-located, with a host of restaurants, attractions and much more.
1. Chinatown: Culture, music, art and tradition can be found at every turn.
2. Little Italy: Enjoy Italian eateries and cafes alongside trendy shops and boutiques.
3. Soho: It’s easy to take yourself on a self-guided tour of Soho. Make sure to stroll down Prince Street and Broadway to see some of the main attractions.
- 4. Chelsea Market.
Tip: You can combine your trip to Chelsea Market with a stroll through Greenwich Village.
5. High Line: It’s an elevated public park space that was built on a historic freight rail line. The park runs from Hudson Yards to Chelsea and is unlike most parks, due to its elevated location and impressive views of the city.
- 6. Meatpacking District: A blend of exclusive clubs, elite boutiques, trendy restaurants and bars, and all of the art, shopping and museums you can imagine.
- 1. One World Trade Center:
- 2. Financial District: You can check out Wall Street and the famous Wall Street Bull.
3. Brooklyn Bridge: It’s one of the big icons of New York City. The combination stayed-cable & suspension bridge first opened back in 1883
- 4. Enjoy an open air rooftop bar with unparalleled views of the downtown Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Tip: We suggest “The 1 Rooftop“
- 1. Rockefeller Center & Top of the Rock.
2. St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
- 3. Grand Central Terminal: This famous landmark and transportation hub in Midtown is also a charming and enthralling dining, shopping and cultural center.
Tip: Attractive and delicious restaurants and eateries are conveniently located in Grand Central Terminal for your enjoyment.
- 5. Experience the magic of Broadway: There are many more incredible shows to enjoy, here’s everything you need to know.
- 1. Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
2. Visit Brooklyn Bridge Park or you can pick one of the our top places to check out in Brooklyn.
- 3. Battery Park.
4. Statue of Liberty. There are two ways to see the Statue of Liberty: take a ferry to Liberty Island or see her from an equally amazing view from a boat on the harbor.
- 5. Hop On, Hop Off Night Tour: The Big Apple might be stunning by day, but if you don’t plan on visiting NYC at night, don’t bother visiting at all!
If you leave without visiting every attraction, don’t fret. You could live your whole life in New York City and not experience everything!