New York City is one of the world capitals and is known as the city of skyscrapers. A great place to start your journey is in Brooklyn, which is known as a hipster neighbourhood. You can find many bohemian cafes, pubs and boutiques in this neighbourhood. Manhattan should be your next step. Here, soak in the atmosphere and take a walk down Fifth Avenue, known for its giant billboards. Do not forget to visit Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and many other landmarks in and around the city. Finally, end your journey at Broadway by watching a live show.
How to get to the city centre
Flights to New York from London may land at one of the many airports that serve the city of New York. If you land at John F. Kennedy International Airport, you just have to take the New York Subway to reach your destination in the city. If you land at LaGuardia, the New York City Subway will take you to the different neighbourhoods of the city. Your flight may also land at Newark Liberty International Airport, which is in New Jersey, a neighbouring state. However, this airport is conveniently connected by trains and you can easily reach Manhattan in no time. Taxis are available at all three airports.