Experience the best of New York City with this guide to the top attractions and must-see sights, including the boroughs, the famous Central Park, awe-inspiring art galleries, museums, the iconic Statue of Liberty, and the nightlife of Chelsea. So, pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable adventure this is the ultimate 7-day New York itinerary!
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Meet your private guide, who will escort you to your hotel. Later, visit the Top of the Rock, where you can see the city from the 70th floor of the Rockefeller Center. Visit Madison Avenue, one of the world's most famous avenues, to shop till you drop. Then, go along Fifth Avenue, where you may find luxury brands like Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., and Gucci. In the evening, Later, pay a visit to the "Statue of Liberty" and end your day in the Financial District. Have dinner at a lavish restaurant before returning to your hotel.
Visit the Lower East Side and Chinatown for a glimpse into local culture. Then head out to the Museum of Chinese in America, dedicated to showcasing Chinese Americans' contributions to American history and culture. Continue to one of New York City's oldest areas, the Lower East Side. The area is rich in retail establishments and nightlife options. Visit one of the world's most renowned art institutions, MoMA, to round up your day. Return to your hotel for dinner.
Your private guide will take you to Central Park today, the location of many memorable scenes from the F.R.I.E.N.D.S. series. The park is the largest in the state and one of the city's most visited landmarks. The Upper West Side is the next stop, the most well-known area around Central Park. This area is home to a large number of Broadway theatres. Continue to New York's Upper East Side, the city of the elite. Visit the numerous stores, galleries, and boutiques in the area. Visit one of the world's most renowned museums, the Museum of Natural History, towards the end of your day. Have an elaborate dinner at your hotel.
Visit the Upper East Side and Harlem to see some of New York's most well-known landmarks, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which houses works from countless cultures and time frames. One of New York City's most illustrious enclaves is Harlem, which you will visit next. Also, explore world-famous jazz clubs and restaurants in this area. Spend your evening at one of the city's most renowned performance venues, the Apollo Theater.
On your final day in New York, spend time in Brooklyn and Queens, two of the city's most well-known neighborhoods. Brooklyn Bridge will be your first stop of the day. Get a taste of Brooklyn and a great cup of coffee at Brooklyn Roasting Company before taking a trip to the Brooklyn Promenade for a breathtaking view of Manhattan.
Proceed to Coney Island now. After lunch, visit Queens, the largest borough in New York City. The Unisphere will be your first stop, followed by the beautiful New York Botanical Gardens. Stop by the world-famous Museum of Modern Art.
Return to your hotel for dinner.
Visit the beautiful Grand Central Terminal to kick off your day. The historic train station in Manhattan is a popular setting for movies set in the Big Apple. Walk to the New York Public Library while seeing the city's monuments (the Chrysler and the Empire State Building). Afterward, head to Greenwich Village for a stroll along the High Line. Take a limo to Chelsea to experience New York's best nightlife. After a lavish dinner, retire for the night at a five-star hotel.
Get a private transfer to the airport and board a flight back home. We hope you made a lot of memories in your visit to New York.