New York

With the Empire state offering so much more than the addictive Manhattan, New York oozes 1950’s glamour which will never fade.

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The state of New York sprawls areas of dramatic change, from the world's most well-known metropolis to snow-capped mountains and ski resorts. New York has something for the active traveller, as well as the gourmand looking to get a slice of New York refined palette.

Formed of compacted streets packed with eye candy of all sorts – architectural glories, Old World cafes, atmospheric booksellers – the big apple is a wanderer’s delight. Lose yourself in the crowds of Chinatown amid bright Buddhist temples and steaming noodle shops, wander to the upscale yet trendy area of Nolita for enticing boutiques and coffee tasting, then visit the famous Tribeca, a trendy neighbourhood in Lower Manhattan. Every neighbourhood offers a dramatically different version of the city, from the 100-year-old Jewish delis of the Upper West Side to the meandering cobblestone lanes of Greenwich Village, and the best way to explore this incredible city is by foot!

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The Museum of Modern Art
From the permanent exhibits, showcasing priceless works of famous artists, to the cinema, store, sculpture garden, bar and restaurant, there is enough here to make you spend here an absolutely delightful day.
The Frick Collection
This rather small but stunning museum gathers elite art items ranging from paintings, sculptures and decorative pieces, located in the former Frick Residence, is likely to become your favourite place in New York.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A stone's throw from Central Park, The Met features a fabulous collection of 2 million exhibits covering 5,000 years of world history. One of the world's finest museums, not to be missed.
Museum of the Moving Image
A wonderful museum filled with fun interactive equipment, artefacts from countless productions, video games, everything revolving around to the movie making industry.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
An art work in itself, The Guggenheim Museum on 5th Avenue in New York hosts an array of masterpieces that cannot leave you unimpressed.

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