They don’t call it a New York Minute for nothing. The city moves at a fast pace like no other. So what do you do if you’re visiting New York City with only a few hours to spare?
We brought in Laura Michonski, site director of NewYork.com, to offer her expert advice:
- If you want to see the Statue of Liberty quickly, the best way is to book a cruise where you can admire Lady Liberty from all angles.
- A great way to combine work with play is to book a meeting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. After your morning or lunch meeting at the lovely Petrie Court Café, then explore the world-class museum.
- If you’re short on time and want to see a lot quickly, stop by the Rockefeller Center. You can take in Radio City Music Hall, do some shopping or enjoy the 70th-floor view of the entire city from the tower.
- To help you navigate the immense city, familiarize yourself with the subway system and buy a weekly, unlimited subway pass. Also, don’t be afraid to ask a local for directions!
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