London (UK) to New York (USA) £ 203.00 Return Ticket

NY

London – UK (STN) to New York – USA (JFK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 203.00
Average Fare:  £ 480.00

Savings: £ 277.00

Airline: British Airways 
Date: 20.09.2019 to 23.09.2019

New York

 

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Oslo (Norway) to New York (USA) £ 212.27 Return Ticket

Oslo to NY 212.27

Oslo – Norway (OSL) to New York– USA (JFK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 212.27
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £ 407.73

Airline: Lufthansa
Date: 06.03.2018 to 16.03.2018

New York Facts

  • The New York Public Library has over 50 million books and other items and is the second largest library system in the nation after the Library of Congress. It is also the 3rd largest library in the world
  • New York is the third most populous state in the United States after California and Texas. Of its population of 19 million, a little over 8 million live in New York City alone. In fact, about 1 in every 38 people in the U.S. lives in New York City, and more people live in New York City than in Australia and Switzerland combined.
  • New York City, New York, is the most linguistically diverse city with over 800 languages spoken, and 4 in 10 households speak a language other than English.
  • Niagara Falls State Park was the first state park in the United States when New York made it the Niagara Reservation in 1885. The three falls cascade 150,000 gallons of water over 176 feet and attract 12 million visitors each year.
  • The Bronx Zoo in New York is the largest city zoo in the United States with over 500 species and 4,000 animals.

Paris (France) to New York (USA) £ 201.91 Return Ticket

Paris to New York 201.91

Paris – France (ORY) to New York – USA (EWR) Return Ticket

Price: £  201.91
Average Fare:  £ 580.00

Savings: £ 378.09

Airline: Iberia and Primeira Airlines
Date: 9.10.2018 to 23.10.2018

New York

New York City receives over 60 million foreign and American tourists each year. Major destinations include the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, Broadway theatre productions, Central Park, Times Square, Coney Island, the Financial District, museums, sports stadiums, luxury shopping along Fifth and Madison Avenues, and events such as the Tribeca Film Festival, and free performances in Central Park at Summerstage and Delacorte Theater. Many New York City ethnic enclaves, such as Jackson Heights, Flushing, and Brighton Beach are major shopping destinations for first and second generation Americans up and down the East Coast. New York City has over 28,000 acres (110 km2) of parkland and 14 linear miles (22 km) of public beaches. Manhattan’s Central Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, is the most visited city park in the United States. Prospect Park in Brooklyn, also designed by Olmsted and Vaux, has a 90-acre (36 ha) meadow. Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, the city’s third largest, was the setting for the 1939 World’s Fair and 1964 World’s Fair.

London (UK) to New York (USA) £ 250.96 Return Ticket

London to New York 250.96

London – UK (STN) to New York – USA (JFK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 250.96
Average Fare:  £ 420.00

Savings: £ 169.04

Airline: Wowair
Date: 22.05.2018 to 04.06.2018

New York

New York City receives over 60 million foreign and American tourists each year. Major destinations include the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, Broadway theatre productions, Central Park, Times Square, Coney Island, the Financial District, museums, sports stadiums, luxury shopping along Fifth and Madison Avenues, and events such as the Tribeca Film Festival, and free performances in Central Park at Summerstage and Delacorte Theater. Many New York City ethnic enclaves, such as Jackson Heights, Flushing, and Brighton Beach are major shopping destinations for first and second generation Americans up and down the East Coast. New York City has over 28,000 acres (110 km2) of parkland and 14 linear miles (22 km) of public beaches. Manhattan’s Central Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, is the most visited city park in the United States. Prospect Park in Brooklyn, also designed by Olmsted and Vaux, has a 90-acre (36 ha) meadow. Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, the city’s third largest, was the setting for the 1939 World’s Fair and 1964 World’s Fair.

From: Wikipedia

London (UK) to New York (USA) £ 279.00 Return Ticket

London to New York 279.00

London – UK (STN) to New York – USA (EWR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 279.00
Average Fare:  £ 490.00

Savings: £ 211.00

Airline: Jet2
Date: 7.12.2017 to 11.12.2017

NEW YORK – USA

The epicentre of the arts. Dining and shopping capital. Trendsetter. New York City wears many crowns and spreads an irresistible feast for all.The Met, MoMA and the Guggenheim are just the beginning of a dizzying list of art-world icons. You’ll find museums devoted to everything from fin de siècle Vienna to immigrant life in the Lower East Side, and sprawling galleries filled with Japanese sculpture, postmodern American painting, Himalayan textiles and New York City lore. For a glimpse of current and future greats, delve into the cutting-edge galleries of Chelsea and the Lower East Side, with their myriad exhibition spaces and festive opening-night parties (usually Thursday night if you want to join in).With its compact size and streets packed with eye-candy of all sorts – architectural treasures, Old World cafés, atmospheric booksellers and curio shops – NYC is an urban wanderer’s delight. Crossing continents are as easy as walking over a few avenues in this jumbled city of 200-plus nationalities. You can lose yourself in the crowds of Chinatown amid brightly painted Buddhist temples, steaming noodle shops and fragrant fishmongers, then stroll up to Nolita for enticing boutiques and coffee-tasting among the craft-minded scenesters. Every neighbourhood offers a dramatically different version of New York City – from the 100-year-old Jewish delis of the Upper West Side to the meandering cobblestone lanes of Greenwich Village. And the best way to experience this city is to walk its streets. When the sun sinks slowly beyond the Hudson and luminous skyscrapers light up the night, New York transforms into one grand stage. Well-known actors take to the legendary theatres of Broadway as world-class soloists, dancers and musicians perform at venues large and small across town. Whether high culture or low, New York embraces it all: in-your-face rock shows at Williamsburg dives, lavish opera productions at the Lincoln Center, and everything in between. This is a city of experimental theatre, improv comedy, indie cinema, ballet, poetry readings, burlesque, world music, jazz and so much more. If you can dream it up, it’s probably happening in NYC. There’s never been a better time to dine in New York. The city has become a hotbed of seasonal and locally sourced cuisine – with restaurants growing vegetables on roof gardens or their own upstate farms, sourcing meats and seafood from sustainable outfits nearby, and embracing artisanal everything – from coffee roasting and whiskey distilling to chocolate- and cheese-making. Bars have also taken creativity to new heights, with pre-Prohibition-era cocktails served alongside delectable small plates – indeed gastropubs are some of the most creative places to get a meal these days. Of course, you can also hit the gourmet food-truck scene or dine more traditionally at one of NYC’s 20,000-plus sit-down restaurants.

From: Lonely Planet