One of the most exciting cities in the world
Travel to New York and experience one of the most most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world. Discover the diversity, culture and style of this fascinating city. Sample the sights that New York City is famous for - The Empire State building, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square. Take in a Broadway show, shop Fifth Avenue. The combination of attractions and entertainment will keep you busy for as many days as you can spare!
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New York, NY, United States
June to September are the hottest months in New York with an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius. December to February are the coldest with average temperatures of zero degrees. Rainfall is pretty much the same for each month of the year with an average of about 80mm. Humidity is also fairly constant at 60 per cent.
One of the best ways to see New York, and particularly Manhattan Island, is from the air with a spectacular helicopter excursion. You’ll be able to see magnificent views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building and Central Park.
The Empire State Building
No trip to New York is complete without a visit to the Empire State Building. The 102-storey skyscraper, situated on 5th Avenue, reaches a height of 381m and was once the tallest building in the world. There is an open-air observatory on the 86th floor where you can enjoy a spectacular 360-degree view over Manhattan. You can go even higher, up to the 102nd floor, where there’s an indoor observatory.
See a show at one of the most famous theatre districts in the world. There’s so many theatres to choose from, all with fabulous shows featuring big name stars of the theatre and screen. Tickets can be purchased on line before you travel, or by visiting one of the cut price ticket booths.
by Jayne Crowder
New York stay and Cruise
by Karen Cunliffe