Things To Do in the Big Apple

There’s nowhere in the world quite like it! Whether you are visiting New York for a weekend shopping break or an extended holiday, be prepared to be blown away.

When travelling so far, for up to eight hours, prepare for your break by relaxing the night before your journey. Book a Terminal 5 hotel at Heathrow and spend a calming evening having a bite to eat with a glass of wine before your head hits the pillow.

New York is the 27th largest state in America. With over 54000 square miles to explore, it’s safe to say that picking the best places to visit when you travel is important.

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Call in to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck within the Rockefellar Center and experience one of the tallest buildings in New York at over 850 feet and 70 floors high.

Only at the Rockefellar Center will you have a 360 degree view of the city; see the sights of the Big Apple, from Brooklyn Bridge to East Rivers.

More than a simple city park, Central Park is a full fun-packed day out. Whether you visit in summer or winter, the park is alive with locals and tourists.

During the warmer months the outdoor Delacorte Theater is alive with traditional Shakespearean plays to entertain the masses. It is also an opportune time for picnics on the grass and a visit to Central Park Zoo.
Should the colder months be your choice time to travel, be sure to snap a photo of you skating on the world famous Wollman Rink.

Don’t forget to add Times Square and the Statue of Liberty to your list. Visiting these iconic picture perfect postcard locations will make you the envy of all of your friends and family.

Whether you shop ‘til you drop of spend your break taking in the city sights, relax in style before your journey at a Terminal 5 hotel at Heathrow.

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