Millions of people travel each year from all over the world to a city that’s known for the opportunity, glamour, and mear fascination. What makes New York City so unique that even the traffic can’t keep people away? New York City is filled with attractions and icons, whether in the center of Manhatten or across the bridge embedded in one of the four borrows. This centuries-old city has more character and life than many cities combined around the United States, and you don’t want to miss out.

New York City has many hidden gems that are often overlooked; not only could you spend weeks in New York City and not get bored, but some of the entertainment the City offers may also be a surprise. You may need a little motivation to step out of your comfort zone and immerse yourself in the New York state of mind, so we are here to help. It may not always be easy to achieve a bucket list on your own, with a partner, or even a whole family, but if you are looking for a one week NYC guide to a diverse and priceless week, we got you covered.


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Not only will you be anxious to get up and moving your first day in the big city, but you also may not be quite up for miles of walking after a long journey. The Metropolitan Museum, located at 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028, is one of the city’s most iconic locations. The backdrop, location, and set for many famous movies, home of priceless art, and home of the famous Met Gala, this in itself will put you in a New York state of mind.

The Met Musem has the title of the largest museums in the United States, the fourth most visited museum and hot tourist spot to over 6,479,548 visitors each year.

The museum contains thousands of priceless pieces of art from all over the world, including multiple pieces from Picasso and Leonardo Da Vinci.

In light of the date of your trip, you may be able to snag a ticket to many of the art events and exhibitions that this fascinating location has to offer.



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After a relaxing first day and a good night’s sleep, day 2 should be the perfect day to adopt a New York City style. New York City is full of fabulous foods and Iconic sights, but we all know what New York City is most for, SHOPPING. New York City has been the forefront for many shopping centers and store styles that we can see worldwide. The City’s diverse location for shopping and window browsing are some of the places that make New York City as special and Icon as many views it to be.

Whether you are searching for that perfect souvenir or finally giving in to a brand new Louis Vuitton, these New York City shopping experiences have something for everyone.


Fifth Avenue – One of the world’s most glamorous streets.


Chinatown – A location of extreme culture and authenticity.


SoHo – One of the most industrial locations for clothing that offers inexpensive apparel and a wide variety of options.


Greenwich Village – This rugged part of the world offers shops with a sense of self and Iconic music.


Union Square – This hot spot in New York City has the answers to any need, from groceries to a new winter coat surrounded by history and cozy food nooks.


Madison Ave – If you are looking for luxury items, this location is the place for you, including stores from almost every high fashion brand and designer.



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As many of us see from movies, events, and sights, New York City is the Ultimate winter and Christmasy city in the United States. Everything from the thick layers of snow to Ice skating in the park and, of course, the famous Christmas tree. Although new York City’s shining lights and many attractions have the ability to occupy anyone’s time for a fair period, The outskirts of the city have much to offer as well.

The beauty of a fresh blanket of snow is a priceless sight to see, and the good news is some of the best outdoor activities such as ski resorts and sledding hills can be found only a few hours from the city.

New York has a lot to offer, not just as a city but as a state. As one of the snowiest states in America, a day trip to enjoy a nature-filled winter day is necessary. Many ski resorts in New York are worth mentioning, but these three lodges are the best addition to your vacation for the sake of proximity to the city.


CamelBack Mountain resort – Tannersville, PA


Whiteface Mountain – Lake Placid, NY


Mountain Creek – Vernon, NJ




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Every vacation is best conducted with a blast to the past, and this 126-year-old amusement park is one of the best the USA has to offer. Between vintage rides, foods and attractions, This location will bring anyone back to those childhood vibes.

Coney Island is located in Brooklyn, NY, and was built in the late 1800s. The park was originally a sea lion park but has transformed into a place with unique rides and a wide variety of activities over the years.

The park is located right on the Atlantic Ocean, attached to a beautiful beach. The actual park name ” Luna Park” is located on Coney Island, which is still very much a large community and neighborhood.

The park is known for its s unique rides and authentic atheistic but some of the must-see attractions are something you won’t regret seeing.


Moonlight dance party


Challenge zone


Story Book Paddle Boat

Vintage rides




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Located at 20 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001, this 150-foot climbable sculpture is one of the finest attractions and donations that New York City has ever seen. Priced at around 200 million dollars, the sculpture rests in the middle of one of the richest neighborhoods and the Atlantic ocean.

The attraction is one of the few NYC activities free of charge and entertains for the whole evening, whether it is a place to talk with your partner, a date night stroll, or a meer admiration for art.

After a long day in the city, this location is a great spot to unwind and slow down. Many restaurants and coffee shops reside near the Vessel, so before you get there before sunset, grab a jacket and a hot drink and admire this glorious view.

  • Cuisine and coffee near the Vessel

Hudson Yards – The Shops and Restaurants –


Patiala Indian Grill




Think Coffee


Old Country Coffee


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We can’t help but stress the City’s beauty during the winter months but remember this quaint community of glass shops is an all-year affair.

Located in Bryant Park, NYC busts out another reason why we should all be shopping here. The shed sized shops bring a sense of life and character as they light up the entire park with a touch of sparkle and glow. The shops are also directly located across Bryant Park Ice skating rink with a restaurant and several other unique vendors.


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Let’s get real; Vacations are really the perfect excuse to eat delicious food and not feel guilty about it. Food days are a fun-filled day for anyone who would love the try the best foods the City has to offer. Take your last day to indulge in the most beautiful restaurants with the most unforgettable foods.

Bagels sandwiches from Space Market


Stuffed Churos from Bogueria


glorious milkshakes from Black Tap


Sunday brunch at The Waldroft Astoria


Dirty water hot dogs from any corner on any street


Pizza pies from Joes Pizza


Chinese at RedFarm


Everything from Magnolias bakery