Book Cheap Flights Ticket To New York (NYC)


Home to about 10 million people, New York, has tons of things to see, namely the Statue of Liberty, Empire state building, and Times Square. In addition, its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activities. From mouth-watering food, fascinating museums to breathtaking iconic sites, it takes months to explore the city of New York.

Places to visit in New York:

Statue of Liberty: The Statue of Liberty is America's most iconic sight; the Statue of Liberty is about 152 feet tall from base to torch. It was a present from France to America. Built-in 1886, it is a symbol of freedom and is now one of the top attractions of tourists in New York.

Central Park: A walk, peddle, or even a carriage ride through the crisscrossing pathways of Central Park is a must-try on everyone's New York City itinerary. This place has a lot to offer. In winter, you can ready up your skates and glide across the Wollman Rink. Besides being a great place to experience nature, it also holds several tourist sites within its border like the Belvedere Castle, Strawberry Fields, or the central park zoo.

Rockefeller Center: This massive entertainment and shopping complex, located in the middle of Manhattan, is home to NBC-TV and other media channels. The highlight is the 70 story 30 Rockefeller Plaza, an art deco skyscraper that offers glorious views over Manhattan.

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the top museums in the United States. Even though the museum has three different sites, the centerpiece is the Met Fifth Avenue collection highlights, including American decorative arts, photographs, and musical instruments.

Broadway and the Theater District: Known as the pinnacle of American Theater, Broadway is the place to watch the latest shows and the long-running classics. It holds a large number of theater venues along the street of Broadway.

Things to do in New York:

Watch a Broadway show: There are dozens and dozens of Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals and plays here. See what's playing when you're in town. While you're at it, you must take a Disney on Broadway tour because it includes a chance to get a behind-the-scenes look in a theater and even try on props and costumes from notable musicals.

Attend a sporting event: New York is home to multiple major sports events and teams. If you're visiting between April to October, you can enjoy the Yankees and the Mets and tour the Yankee Stadium. The New York Giants and the Jets play across the Hudson River in New Jersey from August through December. The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks lace up their shoes from October through April.

Enjoy a boat tour in Manhattan: Choose between single-ride tourist boats, hop-on-hop-off all-day boats, speedboats, and sailboats. You can also opt for nighttime rides and dinner and music cruises.

Visit some quirky bars and restaurants: New York is no stranger to themed restaurants and bars. Ranging from bars like 'please don't tell,' which requires a password for entry, to 'Flight 151', which is an aviation-themed bar where beautiful yet straightforward art murals will bring out your inner wanderlust. It also has a side bonus of getting the cheapest beer in the city.

Airports in New York:

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • LaGuardia Airport
  • Wes 30th ST Heliport
  • TSS Heliport
  • New York Skyports Seaplane Base
  • BLADE Lounge West

Airlines flying to NYC:

  • Emirates flights
  • British airways
  • Jet airways
  • Lufthansa flights
  • Air Canada
  • Air India

Best time to visit New York:

To avoid the tourist crowd, the prime time to visit New York is from April through June and September through early November. The weather is warm and pleasant. It is also a pocket-friendly time to do so as the flights are at their cheapest.