New York

So many accolades have been bestowed on this amazing metropolis: the cultural capital of the world, the crossroad of the world, the world’s financial center… It has been the topic of countless songs, books, movies. Dubbed as “the city that never sleeps”, New York City truly offers attractions around the clock and year-round.

From restaurants you hear about on the Food Network, to the famous Financial District and the rebuilt monument of the Twin Towers, to world renowned sights like the Statue of Liberty, the theater scene… and of course all those backdrops you’ve seen on TV for years. (“Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night Live,”) If you crave it… New York has it.

However, it is easy to get lost in the enormous range of things one can see, do or take a part in in this city. There are so many sights, museums, theatres, restaurants, etc. How can you sort through this maze and come up with a plan that meets your particular interests?

New York City is where I called home for eight years and I make my pilgrimage back several times each year. My intimate knowledge goes far beyond the popular tourists’ attractions: hidden gems in various parts of the city, interesting activities, the culture scene, the best restaurants and so on. I know this town both as a resident as well as a visitor: while I’ve been fortunate to be exposed to its magic for over thirty years, I still look for new and exciting things the place has to offer.

Let me share with you my insider connections to the top restaurants and detailed recommendation (even which dish to choose for each course), my historic perspective watching the city change and evolve over the years, and of course those unique little experiences that only a native would know.

If your travel plans include the Big Apple – allow me to help you create a unique plan that is tailored to your needs.
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