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New York (Manhattan) Travel Guide

Imagine standing amidst towering skyscrapers that seem to touch the sky, the sounds of the city filling the air in a constant, lively hum. This is Manhattan - a city where dreams are made. With over 1.6 million people inhabiting this buzzing island, Manhattan stands as a testament to human ingenuity and the promise of the American dream.

But what makes Manhattan so special? It's more than a financial hub, more than a collection of diverse neighborhoods. It's a place where every turn holds a new story. Culture, history, and modernity collide here. The city's geography is unique – a concrete jungle surrounded by water, offering awe-inspiring views from countless vantage points. It's a city that's alive all year round, with each season bringing its own charm.

In this journey through Manhattan, we're looking into the heartbeat of the city. We'll uncover its climate, navigate through its distinct seasons, explore the geographical marvel that it is, dive deep into its rich history, and, of course, savor the world-class attractions and culinary delights that await every visitor. Ready to uncover the magic of Manhattan? Let's step into the hustle and bustle! With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your New York (Manhattan) cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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New York (Manhattan) Travel Guide

New York (Manhattan) Cruises Highlights

  • Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island: The iconic Statue of Liberty is more than a stunning sight; it's a symbol of freedom and the diverse history of the U.S. A short ferry ride takes you there, and the nearby Ellis Island Immigration Museum offers a profound glimpse into the immigrant experience.
  • Central Park: This massive park in the city center is your go-to place for relaxation, picnics, and free outdoor performances. From rowing boats to visiting the Central Park Zoo, there's something for everyone. Don't miss the Bethesda Terrace, with its famous fountain overlooking the lake.
  • Times Square: Known for its dazzling displays and Broadway theaters, Times Square is pulsating with energy. This is the spot to book your Broadway show, visit Madame Tussauds, or just soak in the vibrant atmosphere, especially as the evening lights start to dazzle.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): Art enthusiasts, rejoice! The Met presents art history from around the globe, and MoMA specializes in modern masterpieces. They're a visual feast for art lovers and casual visitors alike.
  • One World Observatory: For breathtaking city views, head to the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. The observatory atop the One World Trade Center offers a unique perspective and a moving tribute to resilience and freedom.
  • High Line: An innovative park set on a former railway track, the High Line offers curated gardens, art installations, and fantastic views of the Hudson River. It's a favorite for a scenic stroll, especially at sunset.
  • Fifth Avenue: Shopping anyone? Fifth Avenue boasts high-end stores and is home to famous sites like the towering St. Patrick's Cathedral and the opulent Plaza Hotel. Even window shopping here is an experience!
  • Greenwich Village and Chelsea Market: For a taste of local life, explore these neighborhoods. The Village is known for its bohemian vibe and jazz clubs, while Chelsea Market tempts foodies with its vast array of eateries and artisanal shops.
  • City Tours: To get the most out of your visit, consider guided city tours. Whether you're into movies, history, or food, there's a tour for you. Hop-on-hop-off bus tours provide an excellent overview, or you can join themed walks through specific neighborhoods.

New York (Manhattan) Cruises Travel Tips

  • Venture out of the touristy spots to find the most affordable (and best tasting) food options!
  • Wear layers when you're out exploring. New England weather can be a bit iffy at times, so you'll want to be prepared for any weather possible. This is particularly true in the spring and the fall when the days are warm, but the mornings and late afternoons cool down.
  • Try to visit the city with a budget in mind. You can easily go overboard in New York City, but if you come to the city with a budget, then it won't be hard to stay within your means! This is especially true because a lot of the city's best sites are free.
  • Utilize public transportation. The traffic in New York City can be horrendous, but honestly, the public transit is pretty reliable. Try to purchase a public transportation pass to save some money.
  • Book your hotel in the area that you most want to explore. Most people underestimate the size of New York City, but by staying where you most want to visit, you'll have a lot of great spots right at your doorstep.

New York (Manhattan) Cruises Things To Do

  • Walk around Central Park
    Walk around Central Park

    Central Park is the gorgeous park in New York City that covers a whopping total of 843 acres! You honestly couldn't miss the park even if you tried because of how large it is. It's located right between the Upper East Side and Upper West Side of New York City. Inside the park, there are a few lakes and also beautiful walking trails. There's nothing better to do than grab a picnic and relax out in Central Park for lunch!

    You Should Know

    There are many free concerts held at Central Park, so keep an eye on the city calendar! Central Park is America's very first public park that was landscaped.
  • See a play on Broadway
    See a play on Broadway

    Broadway is the most prominent theatre location in all of the United States. Forty-one different theatres make it up, so there are truly endless options when it comes to seeing one of the plays in the city. Different plays are always on tour, but some of the most notable shows to have blessed the Broadway stages include Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen. Many theatre enthusiasts say that the plays on Broadway are genuinely some of the best in the entire world.

    You Should Know

    Tickets for Broadway plays can be pricey, especially if you have to purchase them through a second-hand application. Try to reserve them well in advance if you can.
  • Visit the High Line
    Visit the High Line

    The High Line in New York City opened in the 21st century. It covers 1.5 miles and is a park that stands with the city's skyscrapers, therefore offering some of the best views of Manhattan's west side. A few different architects and designers created it. Historically, the High Line was home to freight train tracks. Over the years, the area sort of got left to rot and was overtaken by nature. Before long, it was set for demolition, until the New York City community worked together to develop the idea to turn it into something new for visitors and locals alike to enjoy.

    Best Time To Visit

    The park is only open for about eight hours every day, and it gets busiest in the evening. Try to visit around noon right when it opens to avoid the crowds.
  • Marvel at Times Square
    Marvel at Times Square

    Times Square is the most popular commercial area in New York City. This plaza is home to some of the best entertainment in the country and is also known for its giant advertisements and billboards that can be seen no matter where you look. This part of the city is the busiest area, but it's still completely worth visiting. There truly isn't an un-busy time to visit, but even just walking through will give you an authentic New York City experience.

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    Times Square is home to some of the city's most popular attractions, including Madame Tussauds and the Top of the Rock.
  • Visit the observation deck at the Empire State Building
    Visit the observation deck at the Empire State Building

    The Empire State Building is one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world. It was built in an Art Deco style of architecture and is located in Manhattan's Midtown. The building was built back in 1931 and has 102 floors, standing at 1,454 feet. On the 86th floor, there's an observation deck that visitors are welcome to come and see! It offers some of the best views of New York City from above. This is especially true at night when the city starts to come alive since this is the city that never sleeps.

    You Should Know

    If you visit when the sky is clear, you can see New Jersey, and sometimes even Delaware, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. You have to make reservations ahead of time to visit.
  • Take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty
    Take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty

    The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic structures in all of the United States. It stands in New York Harbor on Liberty Island and was created in the late 19th-century by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. The statue stands at 305 feet. Taking a ferry to the Statue of Liberty is one of the best experiences to have in New York City. The ferry costs around $20, but it is well worth it. The Statue of Liberty is filled with some of the country's most important history.

    You Should Know

    You'll want to book off at least a full day to have this experience and get the most out of it. 
  • Explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, often referred to by many just as the Met, holds over 2 million art pieces. It averages almost 6.5 million visitors a year and is America's largest art museum. The museum is split up into different sections, which makes it easy to explore. Some of the most famous art pieces inside the museum include Venus Italica, Young Mother Sewing, and The Death of Socrates.

    You Should Know

    If you don't have all day to spend at the museum, then consider planning out which areas of the museum you most want to visit by looking at a map of the Met beforehand.
  • Take a trip to Coney Island
    Take a trip to Coney Island

    Coney Island is a part of Brooklyn that is known for having great entertainment options. It's effortless to get there from New York City and is home to some great theme park rides, including the Wonder Wheel and the Cyclone roller coaster. The island started to turn into the theme park that it is today in the early 20th century. Before then, it was one of the first settlements in Manhattan, which was then called New Amsterdam.

    You Should Know

    Many fun events are held on Coney Island during the summer months. This is one of the best spots to see the city's fireworks.
  • Snap a photo at the Brooklyn Bridge
    Snap a photo at the Brooklyn Bridge

    The Brooklyn Bridge is New York City's iconic cable bridge. It connects Manhattan to Brooklyn and is 5,989 feet long. It first opened in 1883 after over ten years of construction. Today, there is a pedestrian section of the bridge frequented by visitors to the city. It's said to offer gorgeous views of New York City's skyline, especially in the evening. It takes around 30 minutes to walk the length of the bridge fully.

    You Should Know

    Remember that this bridge is not just for pedestrians - cars also use it too. Use standard safety precautions when visiting and don't do anything too drastic to get a good picture.
  • Grab a bite to eat at Chelsea Market
    Grab a bite to eat at Chelsea Market

    Chelsea Market is one of the best food halls in New York City. It's also home to some of the city's offices and even a shopping mall. It's aptly named since it's located in the Chelsea neighborhood and opened in 1997. Though the market first opened only in the late 20th-century, its history dates back even further. This was a popular spot for the Algonquin Indians to come and trade their many crops. Its prime location on the Hudson River made it ideal for exchanging with others.

    You Should Know

    It's easy to get here by public transportation. Utilize either the M11 bus or a subway line that can bring you to 14th Street Station.

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New York City is arguably beautiful no matter the time of year. The summer months provide warm weather and sunny days, the fall is perfect for seeing New England foliage, the spring is great for seeing the flowers bloom, and the winter is ideal for viewing the city in the snow. 

  • Exploring Manhattan

    Welcome to Manhattan, situated in the world-renowned city of New York on the East Coast of the United States in North America. This bustling borough is strategically nestled at the mouth of the Hudson River, making it a standout place unlike any other in the country or even the world.  

    So, what's so interesting about Manhattan's geography? First off, it's an island - a fact that surprises many. Surrounded by the Hudson, East, and Harlem Rivers, its waterfront is as famous as its skyline, offering breathtaking promenades and vistas. Though it's not your typical coastal destination, the surrounding waters give a sense of openness that balances the city's famed skyscrapers.  

    The geography here also plays a significant role in the city's recreation. Central Park, the city's lung, is an expansive patch of green amidst the urban landscape, providing residents and visitors alike a chance to cycle, jog, play, or have picnics. The nearby rivers also offer a range of water-based activities, from scenic boat tours to kayaking for the more adventurous souls.  

    Despite being a dense metropolis, Manhattan's clever use of its geography, maximizing its rivers and green spaces, enhances its charm. It invites everyone to take a moment to appreciate nature amidst the rush of city life, making it not just a place to explore but to experience.

  • The Best Time to Cruise From Manhattan

    Cruising from Manhattan offers a distinct experience in each season, as the city's climate showcases all four seasons, each adding its unique charm to the start of your journey. Whether you prefer the bustling summer streets or the serene winter scenery, each season can set a special tone for your cruise departure.  

    Winter (December - February): Cruising from Manhattan in winter means embracing the cold, with temperatures often around 32°F (0°C) and sometimes lower. The city is transformed into a picturesque winter wonderland, ideal for those who appreciate the magical atmosphere of snowy streets and festive lights. Cruising from Manhattan during winter offers a unique start to your journey, departing amidst the city's holiday charm and fewer tourists.  

    Spring (March-May): As temperatures rise to a comfortable 50-70°F (10-21°C), cruising from Manhattan in spring lets you witness the city in bloom. The flowering trees in Central Park and throughout the city create a beautiful backdrop for your departure. Spring cruising from Manhattan is perfect for those looking for a mild and visually stunning start to their voyage.  

    Summer (June - August): Cruising from Manhattan in summer offers warm and sometimes humid conditions, with temperatures around 80-85°F (27-29°C). The city buzzes with life, from rooftop bars to outdoor events, adding vibrancy to your departure. Summer cruising is ideal for those who enjoy the energy of a bustling city, though it's the peak tourist season.  

    Fall (September - November): Departing from Manhattan in fall brings cooler weather, with temperatures ranging from 50-70°F (10-21°C). The city turns into a canvas of red, orange, and yellow, offering a picturesque start to your journey. Cruising from Manhattan during this season means enjoying a tranquil atmosphere as the summer crowds have thinned.  

    Cruising from Manhattan in each season offers a unique experience. Spring and fall provide pleasant weather and stunning natural beauty, making them ideal for a serene departure. Winter, with its festive ambiance, and summer, with its lively atmosphere, cater to different preferences. Whichever season you choose, cruising from Manhattan ensures a memorable start to your voyage.  

  • Journey through Time: Manhattan’s History

    Manhattan may be a bustling metropolis now, but its roots trace back to a vastly different era. Its story began in the early 17th century, not as a thriving business hub but as a trading post. The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle here, buying the island for a meager sum. They named it "New Amsterdam." This small colony's prime location on the island between the Hudson and East Rivers made it a strategic trading port, setting the stage for its growth.  

    The city's real transformation began in the 18th century. In 1664, the English seized control and renamed it "New York" in honor of the Duke of York. The American Revolution was a turbulent time for Manhattan, with the city even serving as the U.S. capital from 1785 to 1790. Post-independence, the 19th century saw significant milestones, including the establishment of Wall Street, the opening of the iconic Central Park, and the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. These developments were turning points, cementing Manhattan's place as a cultural and financial powerhouse.  

    Fast forward to the 20th century, Manhattan was front and center during significant events like the Great Depression and both World Wars. Landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, a symbol of hope and freedom, and Ellis Island, the entry point for millions of immigrants, tell tales of the city's integral role in global history. The Empire State Building stands as a testament to architectural advancement and the unyielding spirit during tough economic times.  

    Today, the past lingers in Manhattan's crowded streets and architectural marvels. Historical areas like the Lower East Side echo the stories of immigrant communities who shaped the city's unique cultural identity. The numerous museums and performing arts theaters, like the Met and Broadway, respectively, celebrate its diverse history and artistic contributions.  

    Manhattan's history is a narrative of transformation: from a modest trading post to a revolutionary battleground, then an immigrant haven, and now a global juggernaut in finance, culture, and entertainment. This journey through the past is evident in every corner, inviting visitors to step back in time and appreciate the making of this world-renowned city.

  • The Local Manhattan Food Scene

    Manhattan's food scene is as diverse as the city itself, offering a thrilling mix of traditional eats and trendy hotspots. Whether you're a seasoned foodie or someone who just loves a good meal, there's something here for every palate.

    Classic Flavors: You can't talk about Manhattan's food without mentioning its classics. The New York-style pizza, with its thin crust, is a must-try for all. Bagels follow close behind, often enjoyed with a schmear of cream cheese. And don't forget the world-renowned New York cheesecake - creamy, decadent, and utterly delicious.

    Where to Eat: For a genuine taste of the city, start at Katz's Delicatessen. This iconic spot serves up the best pastrami sandwiches you'll ever have. Looking for top-tier pizza? Head to Lombardi's, America's first pizzeria, for a slice of history.  

    Street food here is a culture in itself. The various food carts and trucks serve everything from mouth-watering hot dogs to authentic halal dishes. For a unique experience, explore the diverse food booths at Smorgasburg, the largest open-air food market in America.

    Food Festivals: Manhattan hosts several food festivals annually, with the New York City Wine & Food Festival standing out for its wide range of culinary delights and celebrity chef appearances.

    Current Trends: The city's food scene is ever-evolving, with recent years seeing a rise in fusion cuisines and health-conscious offerings. Places like abcV are making waves with gourmet vegetarian dishes. The trend of international fusion has led to innovative eateries like RedFarm, which serves up a creative twist on traditional Chinese cuisine.  

    Manhattan's culinary landscape is a paradise for food lovers, seamlessly blending tradition with modern tastes. Each meal here promises an unforgettable experience, so come hungry and let your taste buds explore!  

  • Get Ready for Your Visit to Manhattan

    There's no place quite like Manhattan. From the dizzying heights of the Empire State Building to the serene paths of Central Park, it's a city of extremes and contradictions, all waiting to be explored. Immerse yourself in world-class museums, catch a Broadway show, or simply watch the city from a cozy café.  

    Getting here has never been easier. With major airports just a stone's throw away and public transport links that could take you directly into the heart of the city, planning your journey is a breeze. Look out for fantastic travel packages that cater to various interests and budgets.  

    So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the hustle and bustle, and let Manhattan reveal its secrets to you. Book your adventure today, and come make unforgettable memories in the city that never sleeps!

New York (Manhattan) Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are New York City cruises?

    New York City cruises are indeed the best way to get out and explore the world while also relaxing on boat travel days in between. They are perfect for travelers of all ages and all types. No matter what you're interested in seeing, there is guaranteed to be an ideal cruise for you.

  • What’s included on a New York City cruise?

    Each New York City cruise has slightly different amenities depending on the cruise line, but you'll have accommodation and dining covered. You'll also have stops at the many different port cities throughout the trip, though that varies depending on which cruise you book!

  • What’s the best New York City cruise?

    No New York City cruise is genuinely better than the other because each one is so different. You'll just want to do research and find the one that most suits your needs and your budget! An excellent way to do this is to calculate the cost per day for the cruise options you're considering to see which one is affordable.

  • How much do New York City cruises cost?

    Every New York City cruise has a different cost. Most cruises cost at least around $150 per day, but a lot of the cruises that Affordable Tours offers include some sort of discount or promotion. We are here to help you save up to 80% on advertised prices!

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