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Things to Do in New York City

Are you going to spend 4 days in New york City? We've prepared a reccomended itinerary to make the most of your trip. You won't miss any of Manhattan's hig­hlights.

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Once in New York, buy the “I love NY” t-shirt at the nearest gift shop and explore one of the most exciting cities in the world. The city offers a myriad of great attractions and there is no better way of getting around the “Big Apple” than by foot. The Statue of Liberty is an absolute must-see as well as the dominating Empire State Building. Relax in the Central Park or fill your day with culture in one of many top-notch museums. What is your favourite NYC sight? Share your tips!

Things to do on this trip

Day 1

  • Statue of Liberty, New York

    Statue of Liberty

    This is New York in one sight. The iconic, majestic statue is an absolute must-see while visiting the city.

  • Ellis Island, New York

    Ellis Island

    Used to be one of the busiest immigration islands and the so-called „gateway to America“. Nowadays, it holds a museum.

  • Battery Park, New York

    Battery Park

    One of New York's public parks. A great chance to relax, enjoy the atmosphere and meet the resident turkey.

  • Castle Clinton, New York

    Castle Clinton

    A pleasant historical sight. One of the forts that used to defend New York and a famous immigration site.

  • Trinity Church, New York

    Trinity Church

    A majestic 17th-century church and a beautiful piece of history in New York streets. Many famous people were buried here.

  • New York Stock Exchange, New York

    New York Stock Exchange

    One of the symbols of New York, and possibly the world economy. Worth a visit for the architecture and its iconic status.

Day 2

  • New York City Hall, New York

    New York City Hall

    The seat of New York's government and a fine piece of architecture. Definitely worth a visit and the subway station is right underneath.

  • 9/11 Memorial, New York

    9/11 Memorial

    A moving memorial of the tragic 9/11 incident. The beautiful park with ponds is definitely worth a visit. Book in advance.

  • Chinatown, New York

    Chinatown

    One of New York's famous neighbourhoods. The atmosphere here is really something – same as the deals you can get in the marketplaces.

  • Little Italy, New York

    Little Italy

    One of New York's famous neighbourhoods, unfortunately almost gone from the map. Enjoy the atmosphere while it lasts!

  • Flatiron Building, New York

    Flatiron Building

    This famous landmark gave name to the whole neighborhood. You can best admire it from the Madison Square park nearby.

  • Madison Square Garden

    Madison Square Garden

    One of the world's most famous venues. Come here for all kinds of thrilling events that you can enjoy in the unique atmosphere.

  • Macy's, New York

    Macy's

    New York's iconic department store. Get anything you ever wanted here. Great selection and service.

  • Empire State Building, New York

    Empire State Building

    One of New York's trademark sights. Climb to the top and see the stunning skyline – be it day or night. Book in advance.

Day 3

  • New York Public Library

    New York Public Library

    USA's largest public library. You can take the tour or enjoy the changing temporary exhibits – most of them on very intriguing topics.

  • Grand Central Terminal

    Grand Central Terminal

    A stunning architectural sight of the Beaux-Arts era. Many things to see – guided tours are available.

  • Chrysler Building

    Chrysler Building

    The Art Deco skyscraper is an architectural jewel and one of New York's landmarks. Unfortunately closed to visitors, but still worth a stop.

  • United Nations Headquarters, New York

    United Nations Headquarters

    An intriguing experience – the complex can be toured with a guide. Features special activities for children.

  • Rockefeller Center, New York

    Rockefeller Center

    One of New York's iconic skyscrapers. Take the tour and definitely check out the observation deck. A must-visit.

  • Times Square

    Times Square

    One of the best known squares in the world. Constantly bustling with life and a great spot for photos. A must-see.

Day 4

  • American Museum of Natural History

    American Museum of Natural History

    This huge museum has everything from dinosaurs to its own planetarium. Holds interactive exhibits and an IMAX cinema.

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    One of the largest art museums in the world. Features countless collections of different artworks. A must-see for art lovers.

  • Central Park

    Central Park

    One of New York's famous sights and a tranquil haven in the heart of Manhattan. Plenty of things to do and see here.

  • Belvedere

    Belvedere

    A picturesque Victorian structure used as a bird-watching observatory. A relaxing place in the busy city.

  • Strawberry Fields, New York

    Strawberry Fields

    A touching memorial to John Lennon and his work and a gathering place for the fans. Peaceful and perfect for thinking.

  • Central Park Zoo

    Central Park Zoo

    A rather small zoo where you can see quite a few animals. 4D movies are also screened here – great if you have small kids.

  • 5th Avenue, New York

    5th Avenue

    Perhaps the most iconic avenue in the world. Browse the super-expensive shops and breathe in the atmosphere of the Big Apple.

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