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A blend of five unique boroughs, New York City houses the major fashion, commercial and financial markets in the U.S. The Big Apple offers more than enough to keep you busy during your Delta Vacations trip. Start along 5th Avenue at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum, or visit any of the other 30-plus major museums in the city. Take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through Central Park. Or, browse through SoHo's art galleries and unusual boutiques. Find retail fix in all the major department stores, such as Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Saks, Neiman Marcus and Tiffany & Co.

If adventure is is what you seek, you will certainly find it in "the city that never sleeps." A unique blend of cultures makes this metropolis the perfect place to groove to a jazz concert, take in a comedy show, chill out at lounges and bars, or simply walk through picturesque parks and distinct neighborhood blocks.

Explore The World’s Most Talked About Sights

Nothing compares to the breath-taking view from the Empire State Building. Ascend all the way up to the 102 floor of the massive skyscraper to observe the entire city below. Then, venture out to Ellis Island to appreciate the massive,
awe-inspiring Statue of Liberty sculpture. Browse the second-floor exhibit, where historical artifacts and replicas of the statue sit on display.

The best pubs, bars and nightlife can be found in Manhattan’s Times Square. It’s also a place to see star-studded Broadway musicals and live shows. Bright neon signs and oversized digital billboards decorate the buildings towing over the streets. Be careful when looking up, though; you may run into scurrying locals on the sidewalks! For even more live entertainment, see a show or sporting event at Madison Square Garden.

For a glimpse at the fascinating and the bizarre, check out Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium on 42nd Street. Here you'll see uniforms worn by Babe Ruth and Jack Dempsey, locks of Elvis Presley's and George Washington's hair, 24 shrunken heads and a meteorite that fell to Earth in 1529.

Including Piers 1-6 along a 1.3-mile stretch of the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge Park has received unanimous approval from the Empire State Development Corporation to begin construction. The future 85-acre park will offer public space filled with lawns, recreation, beaches, coves, restored habitats, playgrounds, landscaped areas and amazing views of the New York skyline. The entire project won't be complete for some time, but you can go swimming at the Floating Pool Lady, a seven-lane floating swimming pool, moored in the East River.

Right now, you can book, bundle and save on your New York City vacation package to enjoy these experiences and more. You’ll have convenient access to everything from sunrise to skyrise, and the comfort of knowing Delta Vacations has your back every step of the way.