If you're hankering for a midnight snack, then the infamous Katz Deli has something for everyone – from pastrami on rye to New York slice. Made famous from '80s movie When Harry Met Sally, you can even 'have what she's having'.
In the daylight hours, Alphabet City in the East Village offers vintage and retro shopping for the best bargain hunter. You can pick up an immaculate 1950s prom dress, or rock it like a rock star in vintage T-Shirts and leather jackets.
Just over the Brooklyn Bridge–complete with the best view of Manhattan–the borough of Brooklyn is fast becoming New York's hippest hot spot. With many cafes, galleries, nightclubs and music venues, Brooklyn is the place to see and be seen.
If sitting back and watching a show is more your style, head to Broadway where the magic of the musical theatre is unveiled nightly. Broadway is a collection of more than 40 professional theatres in the theatre district. Established in the 1700s, actors of all backgrounds have trod the boards for all manner of performance and musical. Be sure to check out some of the world's best in the heart of New York.
New York Airports (NYC: JFK, LGA, EWR)
Flights from Australia to New York may disembark at the following airports:
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to New York's airports. Book your New York Airport accommodation.
Getting to New York
There are many airlines that offer flights to New York from Australia that involve a stopover in a third destination. Flights from Sydney and Melbourne via Los Angeles or San Francisco take between 20 and 28 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Sydney via Hong Kong, Tokyo or Seoul take between 25 and 29 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Brisbane via Los Angeles take 20 hours and 30 minutes.
Airlines that fly to New York
Airlines that offer cheap flights to New York from Australia include: