New York

Statue of Liberty

Hop on the Ferry and head to Ellis Island to see the Statue of Liberty Made in Paris by the French sculptor Bartholdi, in collaboration with Gustave Eiffel, this monument to liberty was a gift from France on the centenary of American independence. It has also been one of the first sites ever seen by millions of immigrants to the United States ever since it opened at the entrance to the New York Harbour in 1886. You’ve seen it in so many movies, now it’s time to marvel at it in person.

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Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), a remarkable space in midtown, is said to drive creativity and ignite the mind. It’s the museum with the mission of helping you to understand and enjoy the best of today’s modern and contemporary art. The Museum maintains a series of exhibitions that challenge the status quo. MoMA sees itself as an educational institution as well, and hosts several symposia, bilingual lectures and other learning sessions for visitors from around the world. You’ll see art from various periods, with a range in subject matter from race to religion. Art lovers and art history buffs will lose time here. It’s just that good.

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Foods of New York Tours

You can stay within a few New York City blocks and still try food from every continent without heading back to the airport. From the city’s urban indoor Chelsea Market to the bustling China Town – home of the best Peking Duck- let the ‘foodie indulgence’ flow! This tour will have you sampling some of the best food your hard-earned money can buy, at great rates. You’ll eat well and get a bit of history at the same time. Check out the old world charm of Little Italy on the Nolita/Noho Food and Culture Walking Tour. Go a step further and take a cooking class with Chef Raffaele and learn to prepare a 4-course Italian feast. Hungry yet?

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Sightseeing in a day

New York Pass is a tourist card developed by New Yorkers to help you see the best sights, while saving time and money. With NY Pass visitors get free entry to over 80 attractions and skip ticket lines at many of the busiest places. And you can do the top attractions in a day, seeing as many as you’d like, as long as your energy holds up. From Madame Tussauds, the world-famous wax attraction, to the Empire State Building Observatory Deck, see the city in style and comfort using the New York Pass, the hottest ticket in town.

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