Spotlight on New York City
From $2,519* pp | 5 Days • 5 Meals *Rate is per person, land only, double occupancy.
Experience the best of “the Big Apple” from Little Italy to Greenwich Village. Start spreading the news!
- In the cultural treasure trove that is New York City, you’ll experience the special thrill of two Broadway shows.
- Embark on a voyage to experience “Lady Liberty” up-close.
- Visit the world-famous Metropolitan Museum of Art – experiencing its many fascinating exhibits and collections.
This City Never Sleeps!
Experience the best of “the Big Apple” in this spectacular 5-day tour. From Little Italy to Greenwich Village, New York City is a destination even the most seasoned traveller can enjoy. Spend four nights in the heart of Midtown close to Central Park and Times Square. Take your seat and watch the curtain rise for two exciting Broadway Shows. Ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. See the Empire State Building and the United Nations. Explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s two million works. Enjoy plenty of free time to shop and explore this fabulous city on your own. Get ready to “start spreading the news!”
Day 1. New York City, New York – Tour Begins
“Start spreading the news,” because today you arrive in America’s most exciting metropolis for a getaway filled with shopping, sightseeing and endless entertainment. Relax as you enjoy a single hotel stay in the heart of the city.
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This morning we enjoy breakfast at a local eatery before setting out to embrace the energy of this fascinating city on a locally guided tour of the “Big Apple.” You’ll see Greenwich Village, the Wall Street district, Little Italy, Chinatown, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Chelsea Market and other time-honoured landmarks. Visit St. Paul’s Chapel in lower Manhattan, a place where George Washington once worshipped, and where recovery workers came for rest and care during their time at the World Trade Centre site. Spend the afternoon exploring the world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art and admire its thought-provoking exhibits and vital collections. This evening, it’s Diner’s Choice…your dinner is included and you’ll choose the perfect spot from a “menu” of the city’s popular locations in exhilarating Times Square before taking your seat for an included Broadway show!
Day 3. New York City
Start your day with a fun-filled breakfast at the famous Ellen’s Stardust Diner, a 50’s-themed restaurant featuring a singing wait staff. Next, Board a ferry to Ellis Island. On your way you will have the opportunity to see the Statue of Liberty up-close as your ferry cruises by her. More than 12 million people passed through Ellis Island on journeys of immigration. Since 1886, “Lady Liberty” has welcomed immigrants and visitors to New York Harbour. Created as a token of friendship between the U.S. and France, the Statue of Liberty has become a global symbol of freedom. This afternoon, visit the 9/11 Memorial as well as the museum, a poignant tribute to the lives lost at the World Trade Centre site in September 2001. Enjoy the evening at leisure to explore “the city that never sleeps.”
Day 4. New York City
This morning it’s Diner’s Choice…your breakfast is included and you’ll choose the perfect spot from a “menu” of the city’s great restaurants. Enjoy some free time to discover the city at your own pace. Your Tour Manager will have plenty of suggestions for great ways to spend your time. Maybe you’d enjoy a shopping spree at some of the world’s most famous department stores, including Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s and Saks Fifth Avenue. This afternoon, the curtains rise for your second Broadway show. You’ll choose* from a selection of Broadway’s biggest hits. Say farewell to this extraordinary city as we enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.
Your tour comes to a close with many pleasant memories of your exciting tour of fabulous “New York, New York.”
Meals as per itinerary
Activities as stated
Please note: Accommodation is subject to change.
Meals not indicated on the itinerary
Comprehensive travel insurance
Items of a personal nature – laundry, telephone, room service
Tips and gratuities
- New York is 15 hours behind Australian Eastern Standard Time.
- The currency in the United States is the United States Dollar.
- For electricity, the United States uses 120 Volts.
- Why not consider a pre and post tour extension. Start and end your holiday rested.
This tour requires average physical activity. You should be in good health, able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances, possibly over uneven ground and cobblestoned streets.
Mar 3 – Mar 13. $3,079
Mar 10 – Mar 20. $2,829
Mar 17 – Mar 27. $2,829
Apr 7 – Apr 17. $2,949
Apr 14 – Apr 24. $2,949
Apr 21 – May 1. $2,949
Jun 6 – Jun 26. $3,979
Jun 20 – Jul 1. $3,979
Jul 18 – Jul 29. $3,979
Aug 8 – Aug 19. $4,299
Aug 15 – Aug 26. $4,299
Sep 5 – Sep 16. $3,979
Sep 12 – Sep 23. $3,979
Sep 26 – Oct 7. $3,979
Oct 10 – Oct 21. $3,979
Nov 7 – Nov 18. $3,469
Mar 13 – Mar 24. $3,469
Mar 27 – Apr 7. $3,599
Apr 3 – Apr 14. $3,729
Apr 24 – May 5. $3,729