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New York

New York: The City That Never Sleeps


Known as the “Big Apple,” New York buzzes with iconic landmarks, dazzling Broadway shows, and a cosmopolitan culture like no other.

Climate and Best Time to Visit

Experiencing a humid subtropical climate, the city truly comes alive in spring (April-June) and fall (September-November).

Local Cuisine

Taste the city’s essence in the form of New York-style pizza, bagels, and hot dogs. Don’t miss the NYC Restaurant Week!

Culture and History

Dive into an exciting blend of world-class museums, historic neighborhoods, and diverse cultural influences that shape the city’s identity.

Accommodation Options

Choose between luxurious hotels in Manhattan, trendy Brooklyn lofts, or affordable stays in Queens.


Land at one of three major airports and get around using the subway, taxi, or even a bike!

Travel Tips and Safety

Master the subway system, be prepared for high-paced living, and ensure personal belongings are secure while in crowded areas.

Festivals and Events

Experience the glamorous New York Fashion Week in February and the lively Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in November.

Fun Facts

Did you know the city was originally named New Amsterdam? Or that it was the first state to require license plates on cars?

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