Free to Explore
The Big Apple is often seen as the very embodiment of American culture: big, impressive, and filled with opportunities. Whether you are indulging in an enormous meal at a New York restaurant, soaking up the views of the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building, taking a stroll through Central Park or embracing the city’s all-engulfing display of culture, art and fashion, there is little chance that you will leave without the urge to return as soon as possible.
Almost every form of art, gastronomy and entertainment is available in New York City, from big stage live music to atmospheric dives, from lavish Broadway shows to small experimental theatre, and from the world's finest cuisine to the most satisfying but waist-increasing grills and junk food.
Household-named landmarks and world-famous art galleries and museums can be seen at every turn, offering views of buildings that have appeared in countless Hollywood films and bestselling books. If shopping is to your tastes you can visit Bloomingdales, Macy's or Madison Avenue for some of the planet's greatest boutiques and big-name stores.
Accessibility is of a high standard, and buses are equipped with lifts for people in wheelchairs, plus subway stations feature lifts and ramps throughout.
As claimed in a certain famous song: New York, it's a helluva town.