Known as “The Big Apple”, New York is one of those must-see destinations. Brimming with world-famous tourist attractions, museums, galleries, shops, bars and restaurants, New York holidays have something for everyone.
New York weather varies a lot. Summer time is hot and humid with temperatures reaching around 30°, while the winter months tend to bring snow and freezing temperatures. It’s probably best to visit New York in the autumn months of September and October, when days are comfortably warm and dry.
There’s nothing quite like the magic of New York City at Christmas time, but be warned that last minute flights to New York can be very expensive in December.
St. Patrick’s Day is another great time for holidays to New York. The city is home to the world’s largest and most extravagant St. Patrick’s Day parade which marches up the iconic Fifth avenue.
Take a trip during the New York International Fringe Festival, the largest theatre and arts festival in North America. From 14th-30th August, the festival will see about 200 musicals, dramas, stand-up comedy and family shows. You name it, it’s there.
“What can I say about New York, the city that never sleeps? Everything is just as you see it in the movies – superb!”
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