New York City is considered as the mecca of prosperity and culture by many. There are plenty of things you can do when you visit NYC. The city provides everything a tourist can ask for ranging from the best fine dining and entertainment to Tony-award winning musicals.
The city is brimming with culture and couture. Stepping off the plane sets visitors into a hub of fashion and fortune. You don’t have to worry about all your wealth getting lost in booking flights and hotels because there are a plenty of cheap ones. So, you are left with more money to shop and explore the city. The time of year during which you visit also determine the cost of the tickets. The expensive time to travel to New York is in the spring and fall season. Because the summers are hot and humid while the winters are shivering cold and snowy. So, during these seasons you won't only get cheap flights to New York but cheap hotels too.
Don't forget to book a window seat on your flight to New York because you won't want to miss the mesmerizing view of the Statute of Liberty or the Manhattan skyline. A number of famous buildings of NYC can be seen from the sky like the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, many of the Manhattan's financial district buildings, and the New York Stock Exchange. Getting a sight of the Statue of Liberty from the skies is one thing, but once you step your foot in the city, get a cab and head downtown where you can board a ferry to look at the Lady Liberty up close.
What to do once you're in the Capital of the World?
Well, the first thing to do get a cheap hotel and then you can shop till you drop at the famous 5th Avenue or Park Avenue. This is the birthplace of Saks Fifth Avenue and some of the other worldwide famous designer shops. Don’t miss your unforgettable stroll through Macy's Herald Square, especially, when its holiday season. Because the renowned store-front windows depict a new holiday scene every year. For those with an aesthetic sense, there is nothing like feeding their souls with the world's best art in Greenwich Village. Here are the best artists' studios and schools. The nearby village of SoHo (South of Houston Street) is known as a fashionista's dream. The boutiques here line the streets where the tourists can find one-of-a-kind jewelry and clothes to warehouse stores loaded with Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik. For people visiting New York for official purposes, Wall Street is always there to make their day. Once you're done with your office, take a trip to Tribeca and have the time of your life at the best restaurants in New York.
Central Park is another must visit place in town. Explore the zoo, watch or better play sport, swim or see the performance at the open-air theatre in summers.
Nowhere in the world is parallel to New York when it comes to shopping. Get cheap flights and cheap hotel and save plenty of your money for the world-renowned shopping. The biggest department stores or the tiny boutiques, everywhere in the New York is worth spending a fortune. Even the vendors in the streets of New York have everything mouth-watering, but watch out for the fake goodies. Because the things you buy off the street won't be real.
Watching a show on Broadway is also worth spending your money on. You can also get same-day tickets for shows of Broadway at discounted rates from the South Street Seaport or TKTS in Times Square.