New York City Breaks

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As the city's nickname would suggest‚ the Big Apple tempts you to take a bite of its vibrant‚ cosmopolitan atmosphere. Experience the diverse cultures of this city and its overpowering energy. You will want to explore every avenue.


Must See


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icon offering amazing views over the city both day and night.

Statue of Liberty Universal symbol of democratic freedom‚ officially known as ‘Liberty Enlightening the World.

Central Park 843 acres among the crazed order of city streets.

Broadway Gave the musical to the world‚ still synonymous with gloss and glamour.

Greenwich Village Continues to be what it always has been; a community apart‚ still with an air of creativity.

Rockefeller Center Where you can go iceskating (certain times of the year)‚ shopping or join the NBC studio tours with live shows being filmed.

Must Do

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Visit Ellis Island 17 million ‘new̓ Americans won citizenship here. The resurrected Immigration Station is a deeply thought–provoking experience.

5th Avenue Even if you don̓t intend to buy anything you must walk the walk of 5th Avenue and see how shopping should be done. Fascinating shops with colourful people.

Go to a show Broadway always has an array of different musicals and dramas to see. Maybe you will spot someone from the US sitcoms on stage – that's where they all start. Tribeca & Soho Make sure you visit these two diverse areas of Manhattan‚ Tribeca for its trendy night life and Soho for its culture museums and art galleries.


Food & Drink

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The home of the bagel‚ you are spoilt for choice in the Big Apple. From burgers‚ pizzas‚ hot dogs and pastrami sandwich‚ to dining in one of the top restaurants. New York can deliver any cuisine from around the world. When the sun starts to go down most of the locals love to take a cocktail and the Cosmopolitan is first choice!


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Shops on Madison and Fifth Avenues attract the label–conscious‚ while Lower East Side and Greenwich Village are great for bargains. New York is a shopping haven and you can buy anything from designer clothes to costume jewellery.





Adult from £66, Child (3-11yrs) from £47

Visit six NYC attractions for one amazing low price! New York City PASS includes the following:

Empire State Building (includes admission to the 86th Floor Observatory and audio tour);

American Museum of Natural History (includes Rose Center for Earth and Space and a Hayden Planetarium Space Show); The Museum of Modern Art (includes film screenings, audio tour and admission to MoMA PS1); The Metropolitan Museum of Art (includes all special exhibitions and same-day admission to The Cloisters museum and gardens); Option Ticket 1: Guggenheim Museum OR Top of the Rock Observation Deck; Option Ticket 2: Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island OR a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise. See more and avoid most ticket lines! CityPASS is good for nine days beginning date of first use - it’s perfect for a weekend or a week!

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Prices from £74 per person
Take a wonderful cruise around the Hudson river and experience the New York skyline while savouring a Four course dinner and dancing. This really is a unique way to see Manhattan by night.

Departures: May - December Daily, ( restrictions may apply ) Boarding from 18.00 sails at 19.00 Duration: Three hours

Please note: A dress code applies, please call for more details

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Make the most of your time in the city that never sleeps. Choose from Chicago, a jazzy musical where chorus girl Roxie Hart murders her gangster lover, skips jail then rockets to stardom; The Lion King, Disney's spectacular animated classic; light-hearted Mamma Mia! set on a Greek island featuring ABBA's greatest hits; Billy Elliott - the gripping story of triumph over adversity and Jersey Boys - the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

Please note: full payment will be collected at time of booking, tickets are non-refundable. We can also sell other shows on request. Please ask for details.





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