If you have a passion for all things fashion, this neighborhood is a must-visit. Also called the Garment Center or the Fashion District, this district is considered a mecca for style. Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Carolina Herrera—these are just a few of the iconic labels that call this district home. Take in the beautiful architecture, devour the amazing food, visit one of the many rooftop bars and learn something new (this area has some amazing history!) as you stroll around the neighborhood.
If you’re looking for eclectic charm look no farther than Greenwich Village. Known affectionately by locals as “The Village” this neighborhood is known for its artistic residents and bohemian ambiance. Take in the historic brownstones of the West Village or visit the campuses of NYU or Parsons School for Design. Enjoy a food and culture walking tour, visit the Arch in Washington Square Park or relax while you people watch at Caffe Reggio or Cafe Figaro as you sip on your cappuccino.
Over 300,000 people pass through Times Square in a single day, making it one of the world’s busiest intersections. Get caught up in the bustling crowds and take in the vivid billboards in “The Crossroads of the World”. It’s more than just an intersection—it’s an exciting destination with a personality all its own.
Entertainment and attractions are abundant in Times Square – click here for the most up to date calendar of events.
Empire State Building
Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan is the famous Empire State Building. Visit the 86th or 102nd floor observatories for breathtaking360° views of New York City and beyond. Open until 2AM every night, the last elevator up is 1:15am! There’s no excuse to miss the illuminated skyline - it will be a highlight of your trip. Feeling romantic? Visit Thursday through Saturday, 9PM - 1AM to catch a live saxophonist.
Midtown Manhattan is home to Koreatown, offering a plethora of options for visitors, in addition to good old Korean barbecue, shops that serve Asian delicacies and the best karaoke lounges around, Koreatown serves a slice of Seoul right here in New York City.