Long after your visit, the sights and sounds of New York will linger in your memory like an old friend.
Iconic architecture is just one of the things New York does best. The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and One World Trade Center are just a handful of the striking, larger-than-life examples of human ingenuity. That sensory overload continues in galleries such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim and the Museum of Modern Art.
For fans of the performing arts, New York offers everything you could possibly want. From Broadway (and off-Broadway) shows to a never-ending selection of concerts and other productions, the city is dense with culture.
Those who prefer to revel in the outdoors can stroll through Central Park, walk the High Line or make a trek to Coney Island or one of the many beaches located nearby.
Once your day of sightseeing is done, the city offers an incomparable number of lounges, pubs and eateries — from white-tablecloth dining to casual sharing plates — that are sure to satisfy.