Built-in guide

If you’re worried that a last-minute holiday to New York might leave you light on planning, think again. The city’s one of the best-known in the world, so you’ll soon find you know more than you think when it comes to attractions. Sightseeing spots like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building peek above the rooftops, and the bridges and lakes of Central Park need little introduction.

Food fit for all

If you like to get prepped to make sure there’s something you’ll like in a city break, New York takes that hassle away – it’s got something on the menu for everyone. The food scene ranges from gourmet places to street food stalls and modern vegan eateries. And the cuisines on offer match New York’s multicultural identity – you can try everything from Italian-inspired gnocchi to spice-filled Middle Eastern shawarma wraps.

Piece-of-cake packing

As long as you’ve got a decent pair of shoes, a phone and a coat in your armoury, you’re set for days exploring New York. You’ll be on the move lots of the time, whether that’s pacing the deck of a ferry as it passes the Statue of Liberty, strolling across the famous atrium of Grand Central Station or walking to the best photo spot in Times Square. So, when you’re cobbling together a last-minute case, don’t worry too much other than equipping yourself for sightseeing on foot.

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