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Voli per New York
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Voli con British Airways e potrà godere di un servizio pluri-premiato e di tariffe con un ottimo rapporto qualità-prezzo senza spese nascoste.
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Vivace ed eclettica, New York offre esperienze diverse ovunque Lei vada. Potrà scegliere tra i nostri hotel eccellenti a Midtown e Downtown Manhattan, Soho e nel Meatpacking District.
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New York è nota come la città che non dorme mai il che non sorprende con così tante cose da vedere e fare in questa scintillante metropoli. La Grande Mela è immediatamente riconoscibile in quanto vi sono stati ambientati innumerevoli film: vi sentirete come una star del cinema in vacanza a New York.
A bocca aperta davanti agli svettanti grattacieli. Visiti i suoi famosi musei, quindi assista a uno spettacolo a Broadway. Dopo una sessione di shopping sfrenato sulla Fifth Avenue, potrà sorseggiare un Cosmopolitan in un bar trendy di Manhattan. Per un 'city break' o per una vacanza più lunga, siamo sicuri che Lei vorrà sentirsi parte di New York.
New York embraces the party spirit as July begins, providing plenty of opportunity to celebrate Independence Day. The summer vibe is certainly here to stay for the duration of the month - with numerous merriments planned in the parks, art and beer festivals and even a block party.
Don’t miss Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. The sky along the Hudson River will be illuminated in spectacular fashion - head to 12th Avenue for great views. Make sure you also join in with the celebrations throughout the day, as the city embraces this marked occasion with cruises, parades, concerts and much more.
July brings with it Music in the park, a series of free outdoor concerts that take place in parks across the city. On 4, 5 and 6 July you can catch New York Philharmonic’s Summertime Classics Star-Spangled Celebration - celebrate America’s birthday watching this impressive display of fireworks to music.
12 July is City of Water Day - celebrate the waterfront with on-the-water activities, live music, family activities and great food in two locations, Governors Island in New York City and Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken, NJ.
14 July is Bastille Day. Join in with the festivities by eating crêpes and éclairs, tasting wine and cheese and watching mime artists and cancan dancers perform. Pop Broadway in Bryant Park in the diary for 10 July. Watch popular shows on and off Broadway perform their biggest hits as you soak up some lunchtime sunshine – don’t forget to bring a blanket and some nibbles.
From 11 to 26 July you can catch the Arts festival in Brooklyn - a performing arts festival of music, theatre and dance held at Prospect Park Bandshell. Sample 150 US craft beers and hearty local food at the NYC Craft Beer Festival on 20 July at Lexington Avenue.
20 July also brings family-friendly fun to the city at the New Museum Block Party. Take part in interactive projects, watch performances or tour the New Museum at Sara D. Roosevelt Park.
You can catch Motown: the truth is a hit at the Schomburg Center until 26 July. Celebrate the history and sounds of Detroit’s most revered record label. Go beyond the matching suits and sequined gowns and explore how Motown became the unofficial soundtrack of the civil-rights movement.
Between 24 July and 11 August Out of Doors will be at the Lincoln Center. Enjoy three jam-packed weeks of world-class music, dance and spoken word – all for free.
From 22 to 31 July you can hear dozens of world-class jazz artists at the 92nd Street Y Jazz in July Festival – performers include soulful singers, piano partners and duelling drummers.
August is bursting with events, so embrace the sunshine and go in search of outdoor activities taking place in the parks. Or retreat to nearby beaches on sizzling summer days and enjoy a much welcomed change of scenery and some alfresco socialising.
There is plenty of fun to be had for families, some of which is absolutely free. Head to Bryant Park and enjoy playing a selection of your favourite table top games, from Scrabble to dominoes and Jenga. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous why not kayak on the Hudson
Enjoy a traffic-free NYC. Summer Streets takes place on three consecutive Saturdays, where seven miles of the city, from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central park, become a pedestrian paradise. Explore the activities at the five rest stops – which include a zip line, whole foods market and adventure zone - as well as a seven-block-long art installation in the Park Avenue Tunnel.
9 and 10 August brings the Dragon Boat Festival to Flushing Meadows Park. This celebration of culture and sport invites 170 teams from around the world to compete, come rain or shine. The sporting event will be accompanied by traditional Chinese performances and food.
The Museum of Modern Art introduces UNIQLO Free Fridays, between 4pm and 8pm. Don’t miss Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988, which runs until 24 August or Jasper Johns: Regrets, which ends on 1 September.
On 16 and 17 August you can embrace the elegance of the 1920’s at the Jazz Age Lawn party. As antique gramophones bring to life original recordings, bathing beauties parade in their finest swimwear and contestants show off their best Charleston moves.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in the sweltering summer heat and seek out a little sanctuary at a rooftop bar. With trellises woven with flowers, weathered wooden tables and an antique railcar it’s impossible to resist the charm of the terrace at Gallow Green. Why not enjoy a Bottomless Brunch – available on Sundays from 11:30am to 4pm?
Head to Prospect Park on the third Sunday of the month and sample treats from New York’s best food trucks at the Food Truck Rally. Join the crowds as you eat like a New Yorker – from these city meals-on-wheels you’ll certainly be spoilt for choice.
Or enjoy a Sunday Supper at North Brooklyn Farms – where farm-to-table dinners are made from the freshest produce and harvested just 20 feet away.
Calling all tennis lovers, the US Open Tennis Championships will be gracing New York from 25 August at the famous Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Enjoy free entry to the qualifying rounds before 23 August and open practice sessions on the 24 August.
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival is a two day event that takes place from 23 August – in celebration of musical genius Charlie Parker. This longstanding jazz festival happens every August in the neighbourhoods that Parker lived and worked in — Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem’s historic district and Tompkins Square Park in the Lower East Side.
Over Labor Day weekend head over to Randall's Island Park and explore eight miles of pedestrian and bicycle pathways, accessible from points in Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens. On 29 August it’s also the venue for the Electric Zoo Festival , so grab tickets if you can.
Escape the city heat and embrace the glorious beaches that can be found nearby. Rockaway Beach in Queens is a popular hangout for hip Brooklynites with its foodie eateries and artsy scene. This bohemian hotspot is the largest urban beach, with a huge surfing vibe. Or explore the miles of boardwalks and beach trails of Long Island, which is renowned for its irresistible white sands – you’ll feel a million miles away from New York.
New York stands resolute this month – from fashion to film, food to festivals, this city is a hive of activity, determined to show the world what fabulous hosts they are. Daytime temperatures are balmy, carnivals are in full swing and the mood is upbeat and positively resilient.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week takes place from 4 – 11 September at the Lincoln Center. You may not fulfil the guest list credentials, however you can still join the style-conscious and fashion forward, by picking up the latest trends as they emerge on Fifth Avenue.
Experience a different side of New York with Summer on the Hudson. Take the family along to West Side County Fair at Riverside Park South & 68th on 7 September from 1 to 6pm. The kids will love the carnival rides and the impressive aerialists, while live bands and the greenmarket stalls vie for your attention.
Brooklyn Academy of Music 2014 launches its Next Wave Festival on 9 September, featuring 30 theatre, music, dance and film productions, plus 13 music concerts from Nonesuch Records.
Each September, New York City continues its tradition of remembering and honouring the victims of the World Trade Center attacks. 911 Memorial hosts concerts and fundraisers throughout the month or you can book tickets to visit the eight-acre 9/11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center.
Enjoy a foodie night on the North Plaza of Union Square Park from 6 to 10pm on 18 September. Watch local chefs prepare signature dishes, while you sample microbrews or pair wines, listening to music at Harvest in the Square.
Named one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals by MovieMaker Magazine, Coney Island Film Festival screens close to 100 innovative films from 9 - 21 September. Soak up the atmosphere in the heart of the boardwalk, at 1208 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn. Book early to avoid disappointment as many nights sell out.
It’s worth planning ahead if you’re looking for things to do in Manhattan on 27 September – from 1 August download and print a free ticket for two people to visit any of 27 New York City museums free of charge, courtesy of Museum Day Live.
Come rain or shine, one of the city’s biggest and best street fairs – the 40th Annual Atlantic Antic takes over Brooklyn on 28 September. Atlantic Avenue fills with multiple stages playing host to jazz, rock, R&B and more, storytelling and pony rides occupy the kids and cuisine from every corner of the globe satisfies all tastes.
Cool, eccentrica e meravigliosamente diversa, Downtown Manhattan è un melting pot multiculturale e l'avanguardia della moda. Le boutique high-end di Soho sono un 'must' per lo shopping durante una vacanza di lusso; in alternativa, si diriga a Chinatown per imitazioni e souvenir kitsch. Nel frattempo, può assaggiare la deliziosa 'dumpling soup' del ristorante Joe’s Shanghai o addentare una gustosa pizza tradizionale a Little Italy. Soggiorni all'elegante hotel Ritz-Carlton New York e si goda la vista invidiabile sul porto fino alla Statua della Libertà.
Una volta a New York, visiti il cuore della Grande Mela, Midtown Manhattan, per un'esperienza fondamentale. Qui troverà l'iconico Empire State Building, la maestosa Grand Central Station e lo scintillante Chrysler Building. Si fermi all'hotel InterContinental New York per essere vicinissimo alle luci e al brusio di Times Square. Non manchi di visitare i famosi magazzini Macy's e Bloomingdale's se ha intenzione di fare shopping seriamente. Ceni al ristorante The View del Marriott per una straordinaria visuale a 360° della città.
Per le belle arti, l'antiquariato e gli acquisti di lusso, si diriga al quartiere trendy di Tribeca e alla vicina Soho. Il fulcro della moda, popolato da fashionistas danarose,offre fantastiche opportunità di shopping e una varietà di ristoranti. Si trova tra il Distretto finanziario e l'ambiente rilassato e bohemien del West Village, con una serie di boutique in stile retro-industrial chic. Il lussuoso hotel Trump Soho è la base ideale per esplorare la stilosa Soho. Tribeca è più residenziale ma attira comunque visitatori ‘in’ e l'occasionale celebrità.
Colorato ed eclettico, il Meatpacking District è l'epicentro dell'attività di New York. Situato nel West Side di Manhattan, il distretto è un centro di moda, design, gastronomia e cultura. In questa vivace comunità, vivono e lavorano creativi sofisticati e aziende di macellazione e lavorazione della carne. I visitatori vengono qui per l'atmosfera vivace e la grande scelta di bar e ristoranti di qualità. Soggiorni al lussuoso Hotel Gansevoort, nel cuore del distretto, e potrà sorseggiare un cocktail ammirando il tramonto nell'elegante bar sulla terrazza.
Quando si tratta di acquisti vintage, a Brooklyn troverete alcune gemme nascoste. Mafalda è decisamente un negozio imperdibile, con la sua ricca scelta di abiti, dai look firmati più costosi, ai capi rétro più abbordabili.