Business class flights to New York
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 shines its follow spot on the arts this April, with the Tribeca Film Festival taking centre stage. Get in on the act and catch a screening, join in the Easter parades or grab the world’s attention with the biggest and best pillow fight.
Peruse your way through rare books at The New York Antiquarian Book Fair – taking place from the 3 - 6 April at The Park Avenue Armory. See spectacular flower arrangements from around the world at Macy’s Flower Show up until 6 April. Or head to Barclays Center on 4 April to catch Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz arena tour before it wraps up its North American leg. For various reasons this will get you in the mood for International Pillow Fight Day taking place in Washington Square the following day.
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness one of the fiercest rivalries in sports when the New York Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox at the Yankees Stadium on 11 April. The two teams have competed in Major League Baseball for over 100 years and are some of the most watched games each season. A lively basketball match between the New York Knicks and the Chicago Bulls at Madison Square Garden is sure to be just as eventful on 13 April.
The official opening night is of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men on Broadway is set for 16 April, although you can enjoy a sneak preview throughout April. This is also the start of Robert De Niro's Tribeca film festival where a host of screenings are taking place to mark the occasion. On 19 April The Museum of Modern Art presents its largest exhibition ever organised at the museum – Sigmar Polke 1963-2010. And as it is Easter, throw caution to the wind and don an extravagant hat for the Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival on 20 April along Fifth Avenue.
Greenwich Street comes alive with storytellers and puppeteers on 26 April, while cast members on and off Broadway take to the stage at The Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair. From magical wands from Gazillion Bubble Garden to video-game-hacking workshops from the Museum of the Moving there is something for all ages. New York Fashion Week may have been and gone but The Museum at FIT hosts fashion shows year-round. One of its most talked about exhibitions is Trend-ology on 28 April - examining the phenomenon of fashion crazes over the decades.
If you’re wondering what’s hot in New York this May, then look no further. This carefully selected list of events means that you won’t miss out - from last chance to see shows, to energetic sporting occasions and things that see the whole community getting together and spirits running high.
Take in the cityscape and greenery of New York on Sunday 4 May as you spectate (or maybe even take part in) the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. The route begins near Battery Park, moves up through Manhattan and makes a circuit of the boroughs before winding up at Staten Island’s Fort Wadsworth for festival-style celebrations.
It’s your last chance to see the Rockettes® in HEART AND LIGHTS™, which is showing until Sunday 4 May at Radio City Music Hall.
Stop by Charles James: Beyond Fashion at The Metropolitan Museum of Art from Thursday 8 May for a glimpse at the recently revamped Anna Wintour Costume Center. The first show to exhibit in the new space will be devoted to 20th-century American designer Charles James – who’s exquisite designs can often been found in the glossy pages of Vogue.
Look out for venues taking part in The Manhattan Cocktail Classic between Friday 9 and Tuesday 13 May. With nearly 100 ticketed events across five days, you could find yourself at a drink-slinging workshop, tiki tour, bar crawl and mixology lecture.
Feel the rhythms of Dance Parade on 17 May, as the procession moves through the streets of New York, whilst moving through the history of dance – with African beats, sultry salsa and urban street dance to name just a few. Beautifully crafted floats and live music make this an experience not to be missed.
Embrace the New Yorkers love for baseball at the Yankee Stadium, as the New York Yankees take on the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Sailors descend upon NYC for Fleet Week from 21 to 28 May, a weeklong celebration that has been running since 1984. Don’t miss the opportunity to tour some of the visiting vessels, watch the ship parade and listen to musical performances by sailors and marines.
NYC Memorial Day (26 May) is an exciting time to visit the city. The Memorial Day Parade is a must-see - as soldiers, veterans and members of the community come together. Attend a free concert by the New York Philharmonic at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine or take part in the Lower East Side Arts Festival – an outdoor event with live music, poetry and dance.
Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles will take you back to the early 60s when rock & roll was re-energised by four lads from Liverpool. The exhibition covers the period from early 1964 through mid-1966—the years that so called ‘Beatlemania’ ran rampant in America. See how the band affected nearly every aspect of pop culture - including fashion, art, advertising, media, and, of course, music.
Don’t miss out on the spectacular Hayden Planetarium Space Show: Dark Universe, which ends on Sunday 1 June.
With the warmth of summer just around the corner, New Yorkers get set to embrace the finer weather with plenty of outdoor activities. Enjoy movies beneath the stars, immerse yourself in vibrant celebrations and soak up the culture in New York this June.
Shakespeare in the Park is a treasured New York summertime tradition – catch their interpretation of Much Ado About Nothing from 3 June to 6 July.
New York’s Museum Mile Festival is thought of as the city’s biggest block party. On 10 June, between 6 and 9pm, the museums that call Fifth Avenue home (82nd-105th Streets), open their doors for free and welcome you to enjoy the festivities.
On 9 June New York hosts a flamboyant parade to celebrate the 56th annual Puerto Rican Day.
During the months of June, July and August, Central Park Summerstage takes over Rumsey Playfield. This outdoor festival hosts an array of free-of-charge performances – that go on rain or shine!
Baseball fans will be aware of the famous rivalry between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets. Why not experience the passion and enthusiasm first-hand at a Subway Series game.
The American Black Film Festival arrives in New York on 19 June for four days of Hollywood Premieres, dynamic events, conversations and master classes.
Book tickets for The Book of Mormon at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.
Or spend Friday nights between 21 June and 23 August watching free movie screenings on the pier at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum , which overlooks the Hudson River. Bring your picnic baskets, blankets and plenty of nibbles and wait for the film to begin at sunset.
Between 24 and 29 June you can join in with the NYC Pride festivities. With family movie night, Pridefest street fair and on 29 June, the march.
NYC Midsummer Night Swing arrives in NYC from 29 June to 17 July. Summer spirits are running high at the Lincoln Centre, as this outdoor dance party hosts 15 themed nights – which include swing, salsa, tango and rock ‘n’ roll.
From June to August the Bryant Park Summer Film Series allows you to enjoy classic films under the stars at the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival. Join the locals with a summer picnic, followed by a film.
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.