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Fly to New York

Why visit New York?

Because they call it “The City That Never Sleeps” for a reason. Minute to minute, New York is the most exciting city in America, if not the world.

Local hotspot

Beatles fans flock to Strawberry Fields, a 2.5-acre preserve in Central Park at 72nd Street and Central Park West, across the street from the Dakota, where John Lennon lived (and was shot in 1980). There are always big sing-along parties on Lennon’s birthday (October 9) and the anniversary of his death (December 8).

You probably didn’t know

If each New York City borough were an independent city, Brooklyn would be the third-largest city in America. Queens would be fourth. Manhattan would be sixth.

Suggested reading about new York

Let the Great World Spin (Colum McCann, 2009); Motherless Brooklyn (Jonathan Lethem, 2000)

New York facts

  • Population: 8.4 million (2011)
  • Annual visitors: 54.3 million (2013)
  • January average high temperature: 4°­C
  • August average high temperature: 28°C

Things to do in New York

Momofuku

Asian fusion cuisine is a huge trend in new York – isn’t it everywhere? – and the foremost practitioner of the art in New York is Michelin-starred chef David Chang. He owns four restaurants, a bar and a bakery in the East Village alone. His latest venture is Fuku, a lunch-only fried chicken sandwich shop that has locals lining up for blocks.

The Spotted Pig

There are many contenders for best hamburger in the country, but the thick, chargrilled patty served at The Spotted Pig has to be near the top of the list. When you fly to New York, try Michelin-starred chef April Bloomfield’s burger, which is topped with Roquefort cheese and comes with a huge pile of shoestring fries, will cost you $22, but you’ll forget all about counting your pennies after you bite in.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

If you’ve ever looked at a plate of scrambled eggs and thought, “You know what this could use? Some caviar,” then Russ & Daughters Cafe placed in New York is the place for you. The Lower East Side brunch spot is a spin-off of the famed appetizer store that’s been plying salmon and bagels on Houston Street since 1914.

Di Fara Pizza

New York is justifiably famous for its pizza, and there are all sorts of takes on the dish, ranging from gourmet pies to dollar slices. Perhaps the finest example of the classic New York pie is found deep in Brooklyn, at a humble corner pizzeria called Di Fara Pizza. It has been owned and run by Domenico DeMarco for more than 50 years.

The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog

Few cities are as serious about cocktails as New York. One of the city’s – nay, the world’s – best cocktail bars is the Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog. The upstairs parlour menu at this Financial District bar features 72 historic cocktails, organized by season.

Booker & Dax

Another stand-out spot for cocktails in New York is Booker & Dax. Part of the Momofuku empire, this bar is known for “molecular” mixology. Owner–bartender Dave Arnold chills some drinks, such as his Thai basil daiquiri, using liquid nitrogen.

Le Bain

If the club scene is your thing, one of the hippest spots in New York is Le Bain. Found on the roof of the Standard Hotel, this swank New York nightclub has a plunge pool in the middle of the dance floor, a “grass”-covered rooftop with a creperie and some of the best views in the city.

Sunny’s Bar

Or, for an entirely different kind of experience, take a trip to the far reaches of Red Hook, Brooklyn, right at the edge of New York Harbor. Here you’ll find Sunny’s Bar, New York’s finest dive, which teems with nautical knickknacks and offers free music on many nights.

John Varvatos in New York

The Lower Manhattan neighborhood of Soho (which stands for South of Houston Street) is one of the busiest retail destinations in the world, with more big name fashion brands than a Kanye West song (think DKNY, Versace, etc.). Fun fact: The John Varvatos store on the Bowery was once the famed rock club CBGB building.

Prada, Armani, Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana and Tiffany’s

If Soho is somehow not high-end enough for you for shopping in New York, then a trip uptown to Madison Avenue may be in order. Prada, Armani, Gucci, Dolce&Gabbana – it’s like an Italian fashion-house arms race up here. And just one block over, on 5th Avenue, stands Holly Golightly’s favourite place for breakfast: Tiffany’s.

LEGO Store

FAO Schwarz may have closed, taking the giant keyboard from the movie “Big” with it. But if you need to entertain your kids during your staying in new York, the 3,535-square foot flagship LEGO store awaits at 5th Avenue and 23rd Street, near the Flatiron Building.

Broadway

Of course, no trip to New York is complete without a Broadway show. With all the options – “Wicked,” “Book of Mormon,” “The Lion King” and a million shorter-run shows featuring major actors – it can be tough to choose. If you feel like taking a chance, give the Broadway Roulette service a try. For a flat fee, they pick a show for you.

Fly to New York and catch a show at Broadway
Catch a show at Broadway when you're in New York.

The Whitney Museum of American Art

When you travel to New York, do not miss The Whitney Museum of American Art opened in May 2015 on the Westside of Manhattan, right above the High Line. The museum offers a stunning collection of modern and contemporary art, including works by Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning. The Renzo Piano–designed building is the talk of the art world.

Comedy Cellar

When it comes to comedy, New York has long been the centre of the universe. On any given night the line-up at the Comedy Cellar, in Greenwich Village, will be chockfull of stand-up comics who have appeared on “The Tonight Show” or Letterman. If you’re lucky, you may catch a drop-in performance from a superstar like Chris Rock or Louis C.K.

Coney Island

For an old-school family day on the beach, there are few places that offer classic Americana like Coney Island. There’s a beach, a boardwalk, and an amusement park – including the Cyclone, the 1927 roller coaster that’s a National Landmark. Snack at the Nathan’s Famous, home of the annual Fourth of July hot-dog eating contest. 

Events to look out for when you fly to New York:

  • Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week (February/September)
  • Tribeca Film Festival (April)
  • Mermaid Parade (June)
  • The Belmont Stakes (June)
  • NYC Pride (June)
  • Shakespeare in the Park (June–September)
  • Nathan’s International Hot Dog Eating Contest (July)
  • Summer Streets (August)
  • U.S. Open Tennis (August–September)
  • New York City Marathon (November)
  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (November)
  • New Year’s Eve in Times Square (December/January)
Fly to New York and see the Thanksgiving parade in November.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York

Flying with Norwegian

Get a comfortable flight with our 787 Dreamliner

Get a comfortable flight with Norwegian.
  • Eat and drink on board

    On all our long haul flights you can choose between two menus, and get two meals with wine, beer or mineral water included.

  • New aircraft - low emissions

    On our long-haul flights you fly with our 787 Dreamliner, one of the most comfortable and environmentally friendly options there is.

  • Seat reservation

    Starting from 10 Euros you can get the window seat, be seated in the front to save time or near the exits to have more legroom. Already booked? Add seat reservation now.

  • In-flight entertainment

    Keep yourself entertained with our state-of-the-art entertainment system with movies, TV shows, games and an interactive 3D map with travel tips for your destination.

  • Central airport

    The airports we fly to are centrally located, with quick and easy transport connections to the city centre and beyond. Less hassle, more time to enjoy yourself.

  • Lounge access

    Choose our Premium fare and get lounge access when you fly to our long-haul destinations. Lounges are available at selected airports.

Airport information

  • Terminal

    Norwegian's flights depart from terminal 1.

    Check-in kiosks

    Check-in kiosks are available.

    Online check-in

    Online check-in is unfortunately not available at this airport.

    Getting to/from the airport

    Transportation

    JFK offers several transportation options. For a complete overview, please see the airport's website.

    Airport website

    John F. Kennedy International Airport

  • Terminal

    Norwegian's flights depart from terminal B.

    Check-in kiosks

    Check-in kiosks are unfortunately not available.

    Online check-in

    Online check-in is unfortunately not available at this airport.

    Getting to/from the airport

    Newark Liberty International Airport offers several transportation options. For a complete overview, please see the airport's website.

    Airport website

    Newark Liberty International Airport

  • Terminal

    There's only one terminal at Stewart International Airport.

    Check-in kiosks

    Check-in kiosks are unfortunately not available.

    Online check-in

    Online check-in is unfortunately not available at this airport.

    Getting to/from the airport

    Public transportation to New York City

    Stewart Airport Express offer a fast, easy and convenient express bus service between Stewart International Airport and New York City. The bus schedule is timed to Norwegian's flights, and stops at Port Authority Bus Terminal which is centrally located at Manhattan and just a few blocks away from Times Square. The bus ride between the airport and New York City takes approcimately 1 hour and 20 minutes.

    Other transportation options

    Taxi service and rental car service is also available. For a complete overview of transportation options, please see the airport's website.

    Food & drink at the airport

    There are three cafés at the airport, as well as a newsstand where you can buy snacks and drinks.

    Airport website

    Stewart International Airport

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