4 nights in New York


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New York - This city has so much to offer you can't see it all in one trip! Broadway Shows, parks, iconic attractions and numerous museums and galleries.

While a single 4-day visit to New York will not be nearly enough, here we have highlighted some activities, both iconic and local that you can experience. No matter the time of year, there are many different activities keep everyone interested.


Day 1

Arrive into New York

You have hit the 'Big Apple', the city of New York. Meet your driver at the airport for your transportation to your hotel.

Lower Manhattan Battery Park Credit Molly Flores

Once checked in, wander and immerse yourself in your local neighborhood. Find a snack from a street car and explore Battery Park letting the kids run around.

Day 2

A day to orientate yourself
Bikes Credit Alex Lopez

Today, take a guided tour of Manhattan to get you acquainted with all that New York has to offer. A 3hr bike tour will take you to central park, highlight movie locations and point out fun facts along the way.

Day 3

A day at Coney Island

Navigating the NYC subway system will be easy with a map. TIP: Google maps will help you get from point A to B. Take the subway system to Coney Island. From downtown this will take you approximately 1hr. Once at Coney Island, enjoy the beach, the boardwalk, restaurants and shops.

While at Coney Island, no trip would be complete without enjoying the 28 rides and several carnival sideshows at Luna Park! Here is the grandfather of the American Roller coaster - test your wits.

Coney Island Carnival Games

When carnival rides are not your thing, the Aquarium is sure to impress you. With a sustainability exhibit and new share exhibit you will be sure to walk away with an appreciation of the animals living in the water.

Day 4

A day for your trainers
The Highline Credi Brittany Petronella

Ensure you have comfortable shoes today. You will explore Manhattan starting at the Highline. This elevated walkway is an old railway line that has been turned into a beautiful green walkway. As you walk from 14th street to 34th street enjoy the scenic views of Manhattan, the art installations and see how this railway is now an important part of the Manhattan lifestyle. Group tours are available on certain days, but limited to 20 people.

Consider walking or taking the subway and experiencing the ambiance at Times Square - the theatre district. Take in an afternoon matinee of a favourite musical or a one-of a kind, just off broadway!

End your day back down in the Financial District and see the memorial site of the World Trade Centre.

Day 5

Departure from New York

Today have a leisurely New York breakfast and say goodbye for now. You will be back with so much more to see.

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