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Travel to New York City and enjoy
Experience the wonder of America’s largest city. Upon arrival you will be spoiled for choice in this world-renowned hub of media, culture, food, fashion, art and trade. Start your visit in Manhattan and stroll the borough’s long, straight avenues streets, admiring the famous skyline and the iconic Empire State Building, before stopping to take a photo in Times Square. When the noise of the famous yellow taxi cabs becomes too much, step into beautiful Central Park, your garden oasis in the middle of one of the 15 largest metropolitan areas in the world, before grabbing a bite to eat in trendy Greenwich Village or SoHo. While Manhattan alone could entertain you for weeks, don’t miss the opportunity to visit at least one of NYC’s four other boroughs: Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island. If travelling with children Brooklyn’s New York Aquarium and the Coney Island theme park are a must. You may also enjoy any of New York's incredible museums such as the MOMA or the Metropolitan Museum of Art among others. Watch the city's skyline during the day or at night, enjoying the city lights, from one of the many cruises available.
Flights to New York City, a global hub for finance and communication
If you are lucky enough to travel here for business you will be in good company. New York City is, with London, one of only two acknowledged “World Cities” – the most influential and important cities on the planet. Home to many of the world’s largest corporations – including 46 Fortune 500 companies –, New York also houses the headquarters of the United Nations, and most countries have a consulate here. Don’t miss the chance to soak up the energy on famous Wall Street, where the New York Stock Exchange ensures that if New York were its own country, it would have the highest GDP in the world. Before you leave don’t forget to visit one final iconic monument – and perhaps the city’s most important – the Statue of Liberty. This symbol of the nation stands on a small island in New York’s harbour and has long served as a welcome to people from all over the world – both to New York and to the United States.