Light Up Your Honeymoon in New York City!
In New York, your activity choices are endless since New York has an astonishing array of arts organizations and cultural associations. Visit art and natural history museums, The Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the Frick Collection, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. For a more relaxing retreat you can visit the New York City Zoo, stroll along hand in hand at Central Park, take a cruise in the Staten Island Ferry, take a tour through the hustle and bustle of the colorful city, admire the majesty of the Statue of Liberty, and take in the grand site of the Empire State Building. New York even offers upbeat entertainment and vibrant nightlife that never sleeps. New York has something for every couple and is the place to let go and have fun!
There’s no shortage of romance in New York. What could be better than cuddling up in a horse-drawn carriage in Central Park while the stars above witness your most magical moments? New York will make your romantic honeymoon that much more romantic promising you romantic strolls in Central Park with a breathtaking backdrop of beauty and a unique dining experience in the classical elegance of a world-renowned restaurant boasting attentive service, a plethora of concerts and shows to attend, and sensational cuisine and breathtaking views of the pristine New York City Harbor. Choose one of the many honeymoon packages available and stay in an all-inclusive resort which may include a luxurious honeymoon suite with a Jacuzzi bathtub, mouthwatering international cuisine, and two tickets to a show, use of a limousine, and even strawberries and Champagne in our room upon arrival. Whatever you have dreamed about and envisioned for your honeymoon, New York is the place where all your dreams go above and beyond!
Language: English is the official language of New York, but the city is a great melting pot where many other languages are found. The people, who work in New York’s tourism and travel industry, and other related fields, do speak other languages.
Time Zone: Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
Currency: The currency of New York is the US Dollar ($) and banks and ATM’s are located all throughout the city.
New York’s weather is quite diverse just like its bustling busy streets. In the winter, New York experiences rain and snow along with frigid nights that still never sleep. Spring promises New York the perfect temperatures enhancing the blooming of its lush gardens and beauty. The summer brings hot and extremely humid days but when the sun sets the evenings and nights cool down a bit. A great time to travel to New York is in the autumn months since temperatures are mild, the days are sunny, and the evenings are perfectly pleasant for a night out on the town under the illuminating city lights.
Looking for places to stay during your travels? Check out our honeymoon packages and resorts.