How to See NYC in Style

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New York City draws millions of people from all over the world every year, but not all of them experience the city in true style. There are a few things you need to do if you really want to make the most of the city and see it from all of the right angles. We’re going to give you the tips and advice that’ll help you do exactly that.

You can use these ideas no matter how many times you’ve been to NYC before. That’s one of the great things about New York; no matter how many times you’ve been there, there’s always new things to and see that you’ve never experienced before. Read on now to learn more about seeing NYC in style.

Find the Best Private Guide

Taking a tour of New York is essential. It’s the best way to see the city and learn about all of the things that you never knew much about before. But rather than just joining a large group of people crowding the sidewalk, you should find a private tour guide who can give individual tours of the city to you and whoever you’re travelling with. It’s much more engaging when you’re being guided by one person who’s talking to you directly.

Board a River Cruise

With it being one of the busiest metropolises in the world, it’s easy to forget that you can actually get a fantastic view of the city from the water. Taking a river cruise around the waters surrounding Manhattan is a great idea, and it’s one that you certainly won’t regret. Many people understandably see this as the very best way to see the city because you move around it and view it from all sides over the course of the cruise.

Head Up to Manhattan’s Rooftop Bars

The Manhattan skyline is the most famous in the world, and you will see exactly why people love it so much when you head up to some of Manhattan’s rooftop bars. Sure, heading to the top of the Empire State Building and looking at the view is great, but it’s even better when you can just relax and kick back with a drink in your hand as you soak in the incredible views.

Explore the Food Options in Each Neighbourhood

The culinary options on offer across New York are amazing. It’s such a delight to explore each neighbourhood and explore all the different ethnic dishes and cuisine you find there. You definitely don’t need to head to the up-market restaurants and spend a lot of money to taste the best of New York food. It’s in the small places that local people eat that you’ll find the best stuff, so explore them as much as you can.

Spend a Night on Broadway

Broadway is what New York is all about. If you love the theatre or entertainment generally, you won’t want to leave the city without first taking in a Broadway show. When you see something like Wicked in NYC, it’ll be an experience that you never forget. And even a lot of the Off Broadway shows you’ll find can be really interesting and entertaining too. Just make sure you see at least one show.

Get on Your Bike

You can use publicly available bikes and cycle around New York as much as you like. It’s something that you should definitely make the most of if you want to be active and explore the seats without having to sit in your car in New York traffic. Cycling is more freeing and gives you more scope to explore at your own pace. So get on your bike and see where it takes you.

Tour Sites From TV & Movie History

New York has been the setting for so many movies and TV shows through the years, so you should make an effort to tour the various sites that you’ll recognise from the history of movies and TV. You can do and see just about everything from every NYC movie you could name. And you can even get a bike to eat at the diner from Seinfeld if that’s your kind of thing. It’s a lot of fun.

There are so many ways to see and experience everything that New York City has to offer. Whether you’re going to be heading there for the first time or the fiftieth, each of these ideas will serve you will and help you to get the most out of one of the world’s greatest cities.

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