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Shopping in New York
Big Apple is a real paradise for shopaholics, and with different shopping budgets. A detailed overview in our article.
Shopping in New York
New York really offers everything you need for a successful shopping tour: world-famous labels, small insider shops that are hidden in up-and-coming districts, and also large outlets at the gates of the city that can be reached quickly. In addition, the latest trends and long opening times. Here we reveal the best shopping in New York insider tips and show you where you can go on a cheap shopping tour.
Sailing in New York
Sailing in New York or off New York is an incredibly relaxed and impressive way to experience the city from the water. We love to be out and about by boat or ship because it always somehow conveys a vacation-on-vacation feeling. Great weather combined with a sailing trip on the Hudson River, the East River, or the port of New York is an experience that we warmly recommend.
Five Days in New York
If you are only in New York for two or three days you ask yourself the question: What is really worthwhile and should I just not miss it?
New York
Have you decided to travel to the starting point of your cruise on your own? Do you want to stay at your destination for a few more days before you go home? Classic and more modern hotels, established and trendy restaurants, surprising bars, and good cafes.
Hell’s Kitchen: The Most Interesting Places to Visit
Right next to the Theater District in New York is the infamous Hell’s Kitchen. Where gang wars and violence used to rule, Broadway fans now storm the hippest restaurants in town.
What to Buy at New York's Flea Market
In mid-May, the season of flea markets – unique outlets where you can buy absolutely any product – from rusty nails at a cent apiece to works of art worth millions of dollars. Relatively recently, the national flea market industry has generated $30 billion in revenue. Nearly two and a half million sellers served 150 million buyers.
10 Things Not to Do in New York
New York is the most democratic city on the planet. No one is usually surprised. However, there are things in the Big Apple that you shouldn’t do, and if you ignore the recommendations, you will annoy others.
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Finger Lakes
New York leaves no one indifferent, giving a huge number of new impressions. But what about the north of the state? Only here you can see unforgettable natural wonders and small atmospheric cities with their own culture and rich history.
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Staten Island is undoubtedly one of the most exciting places in New York, where every visitor can find an attraction that will be kept long in the memory. The island is the home for five southernmost neighborhoods.
Central Park
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Here you can feel the life, the frantic rhythm of which rushes through the streets and underground, the life that rages on the busy Wall Street, in the hipster Williamsburg, in the touristy Times Square.
The Time Square
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