New York City

Courtesy Evan Lee

New York City is brimming with an energy and a spirit all its own, with a rise of buzzy Michelin-level dining, museums and parks across the city. SoHo, Central Park and Broadway are vibrant as ever, and neighborhoods like Harlem and Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, Cobble Hill and Dumbo are also attracting visitors and locals alike.

  • Perfect for
    Families | Art Lovers | Intellectuals | Romantics | Style Mavens
  • When to go
    Year-Round
  • Ideal length of stay
    3-5 Nights

Designing Your Journey

Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.

  • 3 Days in New York City-LP

    3 Days in New York City

    Experience the best of New York City with an itinerary that includes special access and guided touring. Here’s just one example of what our travel specialists can arrange for you.

    • Day 1: Uptown

      Spend your first day in Manhattan exploring the city’s most famed sites in Midtown and the Upper East Side. Stroll the shops on Madison Avenue and explore the exhibits at incredible museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick Collection or Neue Galerie with an expert curator or historian. Afterwards, meander through Central Park and dine at one of the city’s most acclaimed restaurants before attending a Broadway show.

    • Day 2: Chelsea, West Village and Soho

      Head downtown to visit Lower Manhattan’s most interesting sites. Walk the High Line, an incredible three-mile-long elevated path. Pop into boutiques around Chelsea and visit Chelsea Market for lunch. Afterwards, art aficionados can admire the contemporary collections at the Whitney Museum, and avid shoppers can head to Soho. Dine at one of Indagare’s foodie favorite restaurants either in Soho or the West Village.

    • Day 3: FiDi and Tribeca

      Today, visit the southernmost tip of Manhattan and visit the poignant September 11 museum and memorial. Afterwards, walk around the redesigned waterfront along the Hudson and stop into Brookfield Place to shop and visit Le District, a large French food hall, for a quick bite. Active types can run or bike along the river or charter a sailboat for magnificent city views, while those looking for relaxation can indulge in a treatment at the Greenwich Hotel’s spa, one of the city’s best.

Check availability at Indagare-recommended hotels.
Indagare's Blair West
“The Financial District is the oldest neighborhood in Manhattan, but in many ways, it is the most exciting—with its vibrant culture and dramatic skyline—as it represents the intersection between the old and new New York.”

What To See & Do

Ready to go and in need of expert trip planning? Contact us today.
Indagare Insider Jill Kargman
“We love Augustine in the financial district. I dream about the cheese soufflé with horseradish cream sauce!” Read the interview.
Check availability at Indagare-recommended hotels.

Become an Indagare Member Today!

Join sign in