Saturday, November 10

Good Things Come in Small Packages

One loves things that comes in packages. And sometimes you want that especially for your first visit to a country like New York. As a newbie, you’d want all the information, all the tickets and just everything in one convenient stash nearby you.

If you are like me who loves such a thing, then the New York CityPass is definitely perfect! First off is the amazing discounts it offers for the many great tickets it has inside. You’d be given access to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the new Greek and Roman galleries, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Guggenheim Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.

There’s more! How about a trip to the top of the Empire State Building Observatory and a quick tour of the Manhattan skyline from the water aboard a Sightseeing Cruise. U get up to almost more then 50 percent off the tickets if you were to buy it all separately. Excellent value for money if I think so myself.

But it’s not only about what to do but how to get there. In it you get a definite map of the city with really helpful information on the public transportation system there and even insiders tips to when best visit those said attractions.

The New York pass is a definite travel buddy during your visit to New York city.

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