Top 10 Things To Do In New York In 3 Days

What to do in NYC

Only have three days in New York City and want to see the Big Apple’s best? Here are the top 10 things you need to add to your travel guide so that you don’t miss a thing while in NYC!

  1. Visit Times Square

You can’t make it to New York City and not visit Times Square. It’s the first thing you should do when you touch down in the Big Apple, especially if it’s your first time there.

Times Square

 

  1. Central Park

You’ve seen it in movies and TV shows, but Central Park is totally better when you experience it in person. It’s a beautiful park where you can spend hours exploring and is something everyone must do when they visit New York City.

Central Park Benches

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  1. West Village

NYC has tons of quaint and quirky neighborhoods and one that you must stroll through is the West Village. It’s in Manhattan and is a great place to get lost in with its tree-line cobblestone streets that were practically the same in the 19th century, so it’s like walking on history!

Candy . . . Cigars . . . what more could you want?

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  1. Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

If you want true and authentic New York pizza, head over to Grimaldi’s Pizzeria for a slice or two. It’s right under the shadow of the famed Brooklyn Bridge and provides a great pizza and view of Manhattan. Just be ready to wait in wine for a bit!

Grimaldi's

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  1. Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is an iconic landmark that is a must-see when you’re in the city since it’s the tallest structure in NYC that can’t be missed. You can visit the 86th-floor observation deck to get a great view with lots of pictures.

Empire State Pigeon

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  1. Shop At Bergdorf’s

You won’t be able to shop at Bergdorf’s in any other city since there’s only one shop and that’s in NYC. Even if you can’t afford anything, it’s still fun to just browse around and dream that one day you can afford something from there.

Windows at Bergdorf's #nyc

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  1. Grand Central Terminal

Even if you didn’t come into the city by train, you should make your way to Grand Central Terminal to appreciate the architecture and just the hustle and bustle that makes NYC so great!

NYC #31

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  1. The Statue of Liberty

A trip to NYC wouldn’t be complete without visiting Lady Liberty! The landmark is a must-see whether you’re a first-time visitor or not.

Statue of Liberty

 

  1. Coney Island

If you love thrills and the weather is nice, visit Coney Island and take a ride on the iconic Cyclone roller coaster that dates back to 1927.

[2005] Coney Island

  1. Brooklyn Bridge

Take a stroll over the famed Brooklyn Bridge and just take in the beauty of the city.

Brooklyn Bridge Sunset HDR / SML

About Guidora Team

Guidora team is a bunch of experienced travellers who have been in the most amazing places on Earth..Practically everywhere, except for the North Pole and Antarctica (yet)! They always travel solo, with their friends and without organized groups, so the travel itineraries they design are full of useful tips on where to stay, what to do, how much it costs and how to make the most of your experience in a new place. The guides they design have only a single, perfect-made itinerary that will show you exactly what to do each hour of the day, so that you don't get lost in looking for information on the web for hours. It's like having your best friend with you, guiding you to the best things in every place and showing you around!

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