New York – 72 hours 1st time

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Day 1:  New York for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from JFK, Newark or LaGuardia airport to hotel

Hotel The Pierre a Taj Hotel*****
The Pierre, A Taj Hotel is located across from Central Park at 61st Street. A part of the New York City skyline with its copper mansard roof, The Pierre offers guests white glove luxury service. The hotel is close to high-end shopping destinations and is only steps away from Bergdorf Goodman. The boutiques of Fifth & Madison Avenues are in close proximity.
The Pierre has played host to many society events since opening in 1930. The hotel’s restaurant, Perrine, offers seasonal modern American cuisine with daily specials inspired by Pierre culinary classics. The hotel also offers a bar/lounge, Two E, with traditional afternoon tea by day and live jazz by night every Thursday through Saturday.
Located at the intersection of Midtown and the Upper East Side, white gloved elevator attendants, a Les Clefs d’Or concierge team and trained housekeepers help maintain the quality of service. The Pierre also has Forbes Five Star & AAA Five Diamond to their name.
The Pierre offers a variety of exclusive experiences for young travellers as well. A host of child-friendly amenities await – from special treats to movies, toys and special museum passes on demand.
The Museum Mile is 2.8 km away. The Central Park Zoo is a short walk from the hotel, and the Concierge team can work with their partners at the Central Park Conservancy to organize special experiences for children.

2 hour private guided tour of Central Park
No movie set in New York is complete without at least one scene shot in iconic Central Park. On this 2 to 2.5 hour private guided walking tour, you’ll stroll the paths of the world’s most famous urban green space to learn about its many monuments and oftentimes quirky history.  
Born in the 19th century, Central Park was designed to give New Yorkers a breath of fresh air. More than just green space, it’s also a venue for memorials and artwork honoring figures like Bolivar and Marti, as well as Balto and Hans Christen Andersen. As your enthusiastic young guide shares the park’s history, you’ll cross the famous Gapstow Bridge on your way to the Central Park Zoo. You will follow the tree-lined Mall and discuss the literary figures memorialized in statues on either side. You will discover the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain, site of countless Hollywood moments. Cross Bow Bridge on your way to Strawberry Fields towards the Dakota to learn about John Lennon’s assassination at his memorial. You’ll discover the resplendent restaurant, Tavern on the Green, before joining the locals in Sheep Meadow, where New Yorkers of all walks of life can get away from city life for a moment.

Skip the Line Empire State Building at night
Everybody love visiting the Empire State Building, one of the nation’s most famous landmarks. Travel right up towards the top of the building and see New York City like never before.

Day 2:
3 hour private architecture tour in New York
In this three-hour architecture tour of New York we’ll join a local architect or historian for a stroll down 42nd Street and through 150 years of Manhattan’s history. We’ll gaze up at the Chrysler Building, step inside the Daily News Building, and explore Grand Central Station. At the end we’ll come away with a better understanding of the way that architecture has shaped (and is still shaping) one of the greatest cities in the world.

Lunch at Grand Central Station
There is a great food hall and of course the famous Oyster Bar serving the best seafood since 1913.

2h30 minutes private guided tour at the MET
Commanding crowds on the same level as the Louvre and British Museum, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the most important landmarks in the Big Apple. Instead of wandering aimlessly, join an enthusiastic, knowledgeable guide on this 2.5 hour guided museum tour that will open your eyes to the history and works of art housed within the museum’s walls. The best part is that you can skip any lines! Consider a Friday or Saturday evening tour for an even more private feel.
(It could also be the MoMa or Guggenheim instead of the MET)

Suggested dinner midtown
You’re headed to Broadway tonight.
Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay will light up your taste buds at his brasserie Bar Americain.
In you are in Mexican mood, head over to the delicious and festive Toloache.
We will make some reservations for you

Explore the Theater District after dinner or we can also book tickets for a show of your choice.

Day 3:
5 hour private guided tour to The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Icons of American liberty and freedom, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island have long been a mainstay of the New York skyline and its history. Stretching back to the Dutch colonial settlement in the early seventeenth century, Ellis Island became a place known for both heartache and joy, processing over 12 million immigrants to the United States from 1892 to 1954, with Liberty Island standing as a beacon of hope for many of these immigrants. On this Statue of Liberty Tour visiting Ellis Island and Battery Park in the company of an art historian or preservationist, we’ll visit both islands to understand how the American ideal of freedom has changed over the years, and how immigration and cultural exchange have profoundly impacted the entire country.

Rest of the afternoon at leisure to explore Wall Street and World Trade Center
See the Federal Hall built in 1700 as the city hall; it’s where George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States.
You can’t miss the iconic Charging Bull sculpture!
Then head to the historic Trinity Church, go shopping at Century 21 and of course pay a tribute to the fallen victims of 9/11.  The largest man made waterfalls in North America reflecting pools where the Twin Towers once stood are really powerful and will make you think about this tragic event.  The names of everyone who passed in the 2001 and 1993 attacks are engraved around the pools.

Optional Skip-the-line One World Observatory Tickets
Walk 5th  avenue for some window shopping on one of the best shopping streets in the world. 
Explore Rockefeller Center, an Art Deco monument to industry. Once one of the largest privately built complexes in the world, among the most recognizable landmark in the world – from its towering deco adornments to NBC studios and Radio City Music Hall.

We could make a restaurant reservation midtown, it will be difficult to choose one as there are so many top-rated restaurants. 
If you want a life time experience Eric Ripert at Le Bernardin offers a luxurious French experience.
For authentic Indian cuisine and a wonderfully personalized dining experience, Spice Symphony is the place!
If you are craving a perfect steak, Club A Steakhouse is ideal. 
Tell us what you like and we will tell you where to eat!

Day 4:
Private transfer from hotel to JFK, Newark or LaGuardia airport



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