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New York City is one of the most electrifying cities in the world. When planning a cruise out of the city, allow some time to see the sights – it’s the experience of a lifetime!

From Red Hook in Brooklyn to Belmont in the Bronx and the many unique neighborhoods in-between, New York City offers more to see and do than any other place on earth. Each of the City’s boroughs has an exciting array of attractions, activities, restaurants, cultural institutions, and more. The experts at nycgo.com—the official guide to New York City—will help you get the most out of your visit.

Already home to some of the most famous attractions in the world, every year a new marvel is added to the roster. From the places you know to the hidden gems, check out the attractions that we know you’re going to love.

Are you ready to experience the greatest city in the world? Let’s go!

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A multi-ethnic group of friends enjoy tacos and chips at a Mexican food cart in downtown New York City, New York. They laugh and talk while eating their food, having fun sharing life and culture. One of them takes a picture of their food with his smartphone to share on his social networks. Dining

With over 24,000 restaurants, you’re guaranteed to find something delicious to quell your craving! Here’s where you should eat.

SoHo Shoppers. Photo by Joe Buglewicz/NYC and Company. Shopping

New York City is where the worlds’ trends start – that’s why the City is known as the shopper’s paradise. Department stores, boutiques, flea markets, and more, you can find everything you need right here. Explore shopping in NYC.

Celebrate Brooklyn, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NYC Events

Whenever you visit, there is something new to enjoy. Check out upcoming events.

Broadway, Photo by Matthew Penrod/NYC&Company Broadway

No trip is complete without taking in a Broadway show. Every night of the week (and some days, too!) you can catch long-running hits, show-stopping musicals, and fascinating dramas. Best of all, the Theatre District is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just minutes from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal. Book your tickets today.

Interior of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Museums and Culture

New York City is one of the cultural capitals of the world. We have over 800 museums and galleries across the five boroughs, so you’re bound to find something that piques your interest. Modern art, science and math, cultural history, zoos, kids’ favorites, and more can be found with the click of a mouse. Explore culture in the City.

Tour Boat traversing the East River toward Astoria, Queens, New York City Tours

There’s no better way to see the City than by taking a tour. Whether you’re a first-time visitor looking for the top attractions or a pizza-lover seeking out the best slices, there’s a tour that was made just for you. Go on foot, by bike, bus, or boat, and take in a world-class tour you’ll never forget.

New York Yankees. Photo by Julienne Schaer/NYC and Company Sports

Love sports? So do we! In fact, New York City has more sports teams than any other city, including big events and tournaments taking place throughout the year. See who’s playing right now.

Grand Central Station Special Metro North Packages

It’s easy to get to and from the cruise terminals by train. Check out the great packages that Metro-North offers to some of the top attractions in the City. Many are located near the Manhattan Cruise Terminal, so make sure you explore your options before you book your ticket. See all Metro North New York City Getaway Packages.

View of the Statue of Liberty and waterfront in Battery Park City in Lower Manhattan. Itineraries

We know it can be difficult trying to decide what to see New York City – there’s just so much to do! Our friends at nycgo.com have made it easier by offering a broad range of itineraries based on interest and length of stay, so you get the most out of your visit. Get some great ideas on how to plan your trip.

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New York City skyline with Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Downtown