New York

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Cruise Nation are delighted to bring you our great range of New York Cruise & Stay Holidays. This means that Cruise Nation bring you massive choice on cruise lines to sail with throughout the year. Our New York Smart Packages feature FREE stays in one of many handpicked hotels which are all centrally located in New York providing you with the ideal base from which to explore all that this exciting destination has to offer.

With our New York Cruise & Stay packages, your flights will always be included. We also offer flights from a number of regional airports throughout the UK giving you much greater flexibility and making your holiday experience as smooth as possible.

Recognised as the art, food and fashion capital of the world, visitors to New York City are spoilt for choice in every area of culture and interest. From historic buildings to shining skyscrapers, the world's leading museums to unbeatable designer shopping, fine-dining and drinking options, tourists of all ages will discover endless things to keep them occupied.

More than 200 nationalities call New York City home, with five distinct boroughs to explore. From the epicentre of Manhattan to Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island, each diverse neighbourhood has its own unique style and vibe.

Food is as varied as the city's residents, with locations like Soho, Chinatown, Harlem, Koreatown and Little Italy offering visitors the chance to eat their way around the world, without ever leaving New York. After dinner, you'll find limitless options for a night out in the city that never sleeps, with stylish cocktail joints, sports bars, chic clubs and dancefloors that stay open until the sun comes up.

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Things to do in New York

Empire State Building

As one of New York City's most recognisable landmarks, no trip to the Big Apple is complete without visiting the Empire State Building.…

Empire State Building

Located in the centre of Midtown Manhattan, visitors can choose from the 86th and 102nd floor observatories, both of which offer 360-degree views of New York City.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

A worldwide icon, the Statue of Liberty is an unmissable attraction on a visit to New York City.…

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

A symbol of hope and freedom for the millions of immigrants who passed through neighbouring Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty can be visited on the ferry from Battery Park. Combine your trip with a tour of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum and research your family history through their genealogy records.

Rockefeller Center

Visit the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at the landmark Rockefeller Center for incredible 360-degree views of Midtown Manhattan and the city beyond.…

Rockefeller Center

Come winter, the Rockefeller Centre is also home the most famous ice-rink in the world, where locals and tourists alike can be found skating under the light of the iconic Rockefeller Christmas Tree.

Grand Central Terminal

The world-famous Grand Central Terminal is one of New York's most iconic buildings.…

Grand Central Terminal

The grand building is not only the city's main transport hub but also one of its most historic buildings. Opened in 1913, millions of commuters and visitors have passed through Grand Central Terminal over the past 100 years, with the common New York phrase "Meet me at the clock" referring to the Station's opal-faced Main Concourse Information Booth Clock.

Restaurants in New York

Masa

Masa

For somewhere that tops the list of the most expensive and unique dining experiences in the world, head to chef Masa Takayama's New York restaurant. Costing a fixed $595 per person. and lasting around two hours, those lucky enough to get a reservation at Masa are treated to a seasonal sushi menu created with only the finest fresh Japanese ingredients.

Le Coucou

Le Coucou

One of New York City's best French restaurants, Le Coucou is located in stylish Soho and features an open kitchen and excellent selection of classic French dishes. Helmed by internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Rose and owned by famed restaurateur Stephen Starr, the "langue de veau au caviar" or veal tongue with golden ossetra caviar and crème fraîche is a particularly decadent option.

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

Brooklyn's only three-Michelin-starred restaurant, the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare is an exclusive dining experience conjured up by chef César Ramirez. The indulgent 15-course menu changes daily and is inspired by Japanese cuisine and French technique. Reservations for the open-plan restaurant have to be made six weeks in advance, with limited stools available at the famous chef's table.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park

One of Manhattan's most loved restaurants, Eleven Madison Park is an Art Deco style eatery, run by Swiss chef Daniel Humm. Overlooking Madison Square Park, the restaurant offers an eight to ten course menu in the main dining room, as well as a tasting menu and an excellent wine and cocktail menu in the stylish bar.

New York Nightlife

King Cole Bar

King Cole Bar

Located at the St. Regis New York Hotel, the world-famous King Cole Bar has played host to an array of stars and celebrities over the years, including Marilyn Monroe and Salvador Dali. The iconic bar offers a unique cocktail list, with their popular "The King's Passion" and "Red Snapper" - the original Bloody Mary.

The Ides at Wythe Hotel

The Ides at Wythe Hotel

Where can you find the best skyline views of Manhattan? Brooklyn, of course. Head to The Ides at Wythe Hotel and grab a space on the outdoor terrace for some of the most impressive, dramatic view of the city. With an excellent wine list and a range of classic and modern cocktails, including their delicious “Sixth Floor Sling”, The Ides is the perfect summer evening drinking spot.

The Dead Rabbit New York

The Dead Rabbit New York

Voted the "World's Best Bar" for two years running, The Dead Rabbit is an Irish pub with a difference. With a traditional taproom, cocktail lounge and occasion space, there's plenty to keep every taste happy here.

Events in New York

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Held on Thanksgiving every year, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is the largest parade in the world. Running annually since 1924 and hosted by U.S. department store Macy's, the televised parade starts at 9am and last for three hours, with more than 3.5 million people spectating and over 50 million people watching at home.

New Year's Eve in Times Square

New Year's Eve in Times Square

Nowhere does New Year's Eve quite like New York. If you're lucky enough to be visiting the city during the holiday period, Times Square is the place to bring in the New Year - with the world-famous New Year's Eve Ball dropping from One Times Square. An estimated one million people turn out to watch this famous New York sight, with more than a billion people worldwide watching the televised broadcast.

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