Cruises to New York

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from £2,059pp
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Caribbean Celebration and Transatlantic

Breakfast, lunch and dinner available in the main restaurants plus snacks available 24 hours a day in the buffet restaurants, Comedy and drama shows including Shakespeare classics and spectacular…

22 December 2018 | 19 Nights
Cunard : Queen Mary 2

Itinerary
New York, USA, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands U.S, English Harbour, Bridgetown, Barbados, Castries, St. Lucia, Philipsburg, St. Maarten, New York, USA, Southampton

from £2,596
Cabin type: Solo

Bahamas & Florida from New York

Full board accommodation, Freestyle Dining On Board - Dine where & when you like, 24-hour dining venue on select ships, Premium Drinks Package, Fantastic entertainment on board every evening, All on…

04 March 2018 | 7 Nights
Norwegian Cruise Line : Norwegian Breakaway

Itinerary
New York, Port Canaveral, Great Stirrup Cay, Nassau, New York

from £2,406
Cabin type: Solo

Canada & New England from New York

Full board accommodation, Freestyle Dining On Board - Dine where & when you like, 24-hour dining venue on select ships, Premium Drinks Package, Fantastic entertainment on board every evening, All on…

23 September 2018 | 7 Nights
Norwegian Cruise Line : Norwegian Escape

Itinerary
New York, Portland, Bar Harbor, Saint John, Halifax, Nova Scotia, New York


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The city that never sleeps


From the Statue of Liberty to Broadway theatres, you’re spoilt for choice for things to see and do in the Big Apple.

Manhattan, New York

Manhattan, New York

New York

New York

Taxi, New York

Taxi, New York

Rockerfeller Center, New York

Rockerfeller Center, New York

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1. See the sights

As the setting for so many famous films, New York City contains some of the world’s most universally recognised landmarks. You could easily while away an afternoon simply taking it all in. The torch-bearing Statue of Liberty is, of course, an essential sight to see; as is the world-famous Times Square. You’ll also want to visit the Empire State Building - standing at 1,454 feet high, the Art Deco style building’s observation deck offers breathtaking views of the city.


2. Catch a show on Broadway

New York is world-famous for its theatre scene and is considered the cultural capital of the United States. Whether it’s The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera or Les Misérables, be sure to see a show during your trip. No time? Grab a bite to eat at Ellen’s Stardust Diner instead. Not only will you gain the experience of eating in a classic 1950s-style American diner, but you’ll also benefit from a taste of Broadway - the venue is famous for its singing waiting staff, many of whom have gone on to have success on Broadway itself.


3. Shop ‘til you drop

The Big Apple is a shopaholic’s dream come true! Fashion fanatics will love the shops along Fifth Avenue, while Madison Avenue boasts some of the world’s most upscale boutiques, jewellers and hair salons. Over in Herald Square, department store Macy’s is a New York institution - ten floors of fashion, food and furniture await you in this shopper’s paradise.


4. Walk the Museum Mile

A wander along the Museum Mile is a must for any trip to New York. Situated on the city’s Upper East Side, the Mile is home to nine museums covering everything from African art to Jewish history. The main highlight is The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, or what is known to locals as ‘The Met’. One of the most visited art museums in the world, The Met contains so much art you won’t know where to start!


5. Take a stroll around Central Park

Need a break from the buzz of city life? Head to Central Park, a beautiful green oasis in the heart of New York. Featuring 36 acres of winding trails, rocks and streams, Central Park is the perfect place to go for an afternoon stroll or rent a bike with your loved ones. Serene and scenic, and with the Manhattan skyline as your backdrop, the park is also a great setting for a romantic picnic come sunset.

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