One of the best ways to start your NYC vacation is by touring Lady Liberty. You can hop onboard a ferry and transport yourself to Ellis Island where the Statue of Liberty stands tall.
After you return to Manhattan, take a 20 minute walk to the 9/11 Memorial near the One World Trade Center.
If you're ever in New York, no matter how short your stay is, make sure to go to Times Square! Around 6:00 PM is the best time to visit and see why it's called the 'Center of the Universe'.
Spend your second morning exploring any of NYC's top museums, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, American Museum of Natural History, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Guggenheim Museum.
Nothing beats spending an afternoon in the beautiful foliage of Central Park. Don’t forget to carry those sandwiches!
Night time in New York is a charm of its own. Choose between Top of The Rock, Empire State Building and One World Observatory (or choose them all), to see this stunning city under the stars.
Engage in a unique, multi-sensory viewing experience at New York City's newest observation deck - SUMMIT One Vanderbilt.
Take a picturesque walking tour across the Brooklyn Bridge and admire panoramic views of the quaint brownstone neighbourhood. Learn about the bridge's riveting history while strolling through one of America's most iconic landmarks.
Once you're all tired out from exploring the city, make sure to change into your fanciest clothes for a classic Broadway experience.
The legendary Niagara Falls is 6-7 hours away from New York City, making it a perfect day trip.
You may spend a few hours in Niagara by the falls and visit a few local attractions before returning to New York by nightfall if you depart early in the morning.