1) A little trip to Harlem
Explore the home of the black community for over a century, “Harlem”. Discover freely the capital of black America and its hidden charms. Head south to this Manhattan neighborhood to discover some renowned cultural icons such as the Lenox Lounge, the Apollo Theater, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Studio Museum. If you're looking for the best authentic soul food restaurants, head south of 96th St! You will find a wide choice of famous restaurants such as Sylvia's, Caffe Latte, Chez Lucienne… It is advisable to visit Harlem on a Sunday to be able to attend a gospel mass, a unique experience that will leave an impression.
2) A stroll in Central Park
You will certainly enjoy a stroll through Central Park. Know that it is one of the most famous parks in the world. The park is an incredible place for recreation and relaxation that stretches from 59th to 110th Street. You won't risk getting bored in this park with a range of fun activities that will delight young and old. You can for example cross-country ski in winter or go ice skating. But that's not all, you can also cross the park on roller skates or by bike. Lush green lawns, refreshing streams, wild flowers… right in the heart of New York… you won't believe your eyes! In the heart of New York, Central Park is an invitation to a change of scenery in the most wonderful of natural settings.
3) The Statue of Liberty, the symbol of New York
Created by the Alsatian sculptor Auguste Bartholdi and inaugurated in 1886, the Statue of Liberty is a true symbol and one of the most famous figures of New York and even in the United States. From the top of its 46 meters, the Statue of Liberty leaves no one indifferent. To make sure you don't miss a thing, head to the island where the Statue of Liberty is located and contemplate the beauty of the statue. To visit the interior of the Statue of Liberty, you need an entrance ticket. Advance reservations are strongly advised to avoid queuing for long hours.
4) Soho, a very trendy district
Shopping enthusiasts, Soho is the place for you! Shop freely in an exceptional setting while admiring the typical architecture of this one-of-a-kind New York neighborhood. There is so much to see and do in this beautiful area of the Big Apple. This trendy neighborhood will make you see all the colors. With its famous brand stores, its numerous art galleries, its Lofts… Soho will appeal to lovers of art, culture and escape. You will also find magnificent museums in this area such as the Children's Museum of the Arts, The New York Fire Museum… And that's not all, Soho is best known for its multitude of shops. Something to delight lovers of fashion or window shopping!
5) Bushwick, le temple du street art
Bushwick is a popular area with many studios and art galleries. In recent years, “hipsters” have taken over places like in the Williamsburg district. Bushwick's industrial landscape attracts the street artist because he can let his creativity explode for all to see on the huge brick facades. A real landmark for the creatives of our time and a delight for those who love this type of fresco of modern times.
For your next vacation, why not treat yourself to a luxury trip to America and start discovering the most beautiful city in the country, “New York”.