3-day Travel Guide

Day 1: Explore Manhattan


  • Start your day with a visit to Central Park. You can take a leisurely walk, rent a bike, or even go for a horse-drawn carriage ride.
  • Afterward, head to the nearby Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to appreciate some world-class art.
  • Lunch:
  • Grab lunch at a local eatery. New York is famous for its diverse food scene, so you can try a classic New York-style pizza or a deli sandwich.
  • Afternoon:
  • Stroll down Fifth Avenue for some high-end shopping and window browsing.
  • Visit the iconic Empire State Building for breathtaking views of the city from its observation deck.
  • Evening:
  • Enjoy dinner at a restaurant in the Times Square area. The atmosphere here is always buzzing.
  • Catch a Broadway show if you’re interested in theater, or explore the bright lights of Times Square.

Day 2: Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn


  • Start your day in Battery Park and take the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry tour. Be sure to book your tickets in advance.
  • Explore One World Observatory for panoramic views of the city.
  • Lunch:
  • Have lunch in the Financial District, known for its great food options.
  • Afternoon:
  • Visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum to pay your respects and learn about the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
  • Take a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge for fantastic views of the skyline.
  • Evening:
  • Head to DUMBO in Brooklyn for dinner, which offers a beautiful view of the Manhattan Bridge and skyline.
  • Explore Brooklyn’s vibrant nightlife or return to Manhattan for more entertainment options.

Day 3: Midtown and Uptown

  • Morning:
  • Visit the world-famous Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met). It’s one of the largest and most impressive art museums in the world.
  • Lunch:
  • Have lunch at a local cafe or restaurant on the Upper East Side.
  • Afternoon:
  • Explore the Museum of Natural History located nearby, known for its fascinating exhibits.
  • Take a leisurely walk through Central Park or visit the Guggenheim Museum if you’re interested in modern art.
  • Evening:
  • Visit Lincoln Center if there’s a performance or show you’re interested in.
  • For your last dinner in New York, try a restaurant in the Upper West Side.

Remember that this itinerary is just a suggestion, and New York City offers countless other attractions and neighborhoods to explore. Be sure to check the opening hours and availability of attractions and make reservations when necessary, as popular places can get crowded. Enjoy your trip to the Big Apple!