New York Highlights

There are so many amazing places to visit on your holiday to New York that it is very difficult to know where to start and what to do. Here at amoretravel we try to solve that problem as our New York Highlights provides all the information you need to visit the top attractions in the city. You will go home with memories which will last a lifetime and moments which will have taken your breath way. Be it for fun, romance, culture or entertainment then New York has something for everyone.

  • Rockefeller Center and Empire State Building

    Rockefeller Center – the beat of New York

    The Rockefeller Center or ‘The Rock’ as locals often call her is an urban complex of 19 buildings at the heart of Manhattan. There is much to do and see around the Rockefeller Center so plan to spend a few hours in the area.

  • Times Square

    Times Square – brash, vibrant and colourful New York holiday

    Times Square – New York at its flashiest – once called “The Crossroads of the World”, the one-time symbol of Manhattan glitz and glamour is an area New Yorkers love to hate and visitors flock to see every night of the year.

  • Ellis Island, Gateway to America

    Ellis Island – Gateway to America

    Follow in the footsteps of millions of Americans by visiting Ellis Island and the Museum of Immigration. This deeply moving memorial to the people who arrived from distant lands to make America their new home is a highlight of any city break to New York.

  • Empire State Building – icon of New York

    Empire State Building – icon of New York

    Soaring more than a quarter of a mile above the heart of Manhattan, the Empire State Building is the most iconic skyscraper in the world and no city break to New York would be complete without a visit.

  • grand central terminal

    Grand Central Terminal – New York holiday highlight

    A city break to New York would not be complete without a visit to Grand Central Terminal, the city’s most magnificent public space and possibly the loveliest railway station in the world. Enjoy breakfast here and watch the world go by as people go to work.

  • Statue of Liberty

    New York Statue of Liberty – symbol of freedom

    The green lady, a symbol of freedom and democracy, takes your breath away, however many times you’ve seen her photograph. The Statue of Liberty was the first sight for millions of immigrants as they approached their new country.


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