NYC honeymoon travel guide

From museums to Broadway musicals and iconic skyscrapers, this city has an action-packed agenda for every couple. Here are the top things to do, places to stay and things to eat during your honeymoon in NYC.

Where to Stay: Urban Cowboy

This Brooklyn-based getaway is quite possibly the coolest place in any of the five boroughs. Equal parts industrial, peaceful and modern (not to mention rustic, as evident by the cabin in the back yard), this escape is reinventing the contemporary bed and breakfast experience.

What to Eat: Gotham Bar & Grill

A Greenwich Village gem since 1984, this dining experience is home to excellent, upscale meals that have actually been referred to as “art on a plate.” Dinner is costly, but entirely worth it.

Where to Go: The High Line

The one and a half mile long High Line is an ideal place to put those NYC walking skills to good use and soak up the city. The park stretches through Chelsea and is a prime place for people watching and spotting cool contemporary architecture with a non-traditional approach to tourism.

Need to Know
  • Central Park stretches to cover 843 acres of city space and is a must-see for any visitor.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art is among the world’s best museums and is great for rainy city days.
  • Soak up the bustle of Times Square – and grab cheap Broadway tickets at the TKTS booth while you’re there.

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