3-Day Itinerary To Cover Important Places in New York City
New York is one of the famous cities in the United States Of America. The popular destination has everything to its name from lights, sounds, historic landmarks, sightseeing places, and of course, the Statue of Liberty, one of the iconic monuments to grace the landmass. Over the years, these all have collectively given the city a unique identity and have played a key role in making the city more famous.
New York is fondly referred to as “The Big Apple” due to its fast-paced and changing dynamics. The effervescent spirit of the city, along with significant development taking around fashion, arts, technology, and culture, give this concrete jungle a considerable boost and catapults its image as a renowned city in the world. While there are so many places to lay foot on in New York, this itinerary below has been curated to let you get the best out of this city in three days.
Three Day New York Itinerary Tour
The city of New York has so much to offer that you will practically never run out of the various places or the things to do. So brace yourself as this handbook here shed light on the essential sites to cover during the three-day trip.
- Places to Visit on Day 1: The very first place that comes to the mind while mentioning New York is the Empire State Building. An architectural marvel and famous landmark, the Empire State Building, is multi-storeyed and is one of the prime places to see while in New York. Another of the many places to visit in the city is the Grand Central Terminal.
While the entrance of the place is graced by three statues of Hercules, Minerva, and Mercury surrounding the clock, the interiors are richly decorated. Huge glass windows, Astronomical Ceiling, and Oyster Bar raise the glam quotient of the station. The next place to stop by is the Freedom Tower and the 9/11 memorial, where you can pay tribute to the innocent people who lost their lives in the aftermath. The last place is the Brooklyn Bridge, which is a sight to behold at night due to the lighting.
- Places to Visit on Day 2: As New York is famous for many wonders in its bounty, the second day of the tour is also packed with some exciting things to cover, Statue of Liberty being one of them. The towering statue is situated on Liberty Island and can be accessed through a ferry pickup. Once you reach there, do take a tour of the island and also soak the fantastic view of the New York skyline.
Times Square is the next stop where you will get to see life-size billboards, flash mobs, and sparkling lights. Traversing around the place will give you the feel of a world within a world due to the flash mob scenery. The last place to visit before calling it a wrap will surely be Central Park. The park is vast and believe us few hours will never do justice to the gravity of the place. So the suggestion would be to buy a couple more hours and walk around the place to experience its beauty.
- Places to Visit on Day 3: The third day of the tour shall be power-packed and what better than starting from the Broadway Show. The overall experience of seeing a musical is very enthralling and will keep you glued to the seats for sure. After the theatre experience, it’s time to make way towards the Frick Museum.
Located outside Central Park, the museum has a collection of some of the best paintings and sculptures and hence is a must-visit for art lovers. The last stop of the day will be Downtown Manhattan that houses many restaurants and bars which offer exotic food and drinks and has a fabulous nightlife.
New York is a potpourri of different cultures and thus offers something new to everyone visiting the place. Although this handbook highlights the places to visit on a three-day trip, it is highly advisable to come back to the city and experience the larger than life picture it embodies.
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