So, whether you're gazing at the Manhattan skyline from atop the Empire State Building or lounging on the golden sands of South Beach, you're guaranteed an action-packed adventure in both destinations.
Our tailored twin-centre packages ensure every detail of your trip is meticulously planned. With our team's vast expertise in U.S. travel and 24/7 support available, your dream getaway is just a click away.
The question is, which magical city will you visit first?
New York Highlights
New York is a must-visit destination on everyone’s list. A towering cityscape full of iconic buildings that is infused with beautiful green spaces and awash with people, history, colour and some of the best food you’ll ever eat. It’s difficult to overstate how magical ‘The City that Never Sleeps’ really is, but once you’re here, she’s yours to discover.
The City of Landmarks
New York City is home to striking and often revolutionary architecture in the form of glossy skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, the Art Deco style of the Chrysler Building and the quirkiness of the Flatiron Building. Its famous landmarks also include contemporary museums, expansive parks and historic monuments, all waiting to be explored.
New York City is renowned worldwide for its iconic shopping opportunities, from the legendary elegance of Fifth Avenue and Macy’s - an 11-story department store in Herald Square - to the scores of retro clothing shops and bustling neighbourhood flea markets. So, in our opinion, you may need another suitcase!
There is a melting pot of different cultures, flavours and styles in New York, which is reflected in its ever-revolving cornucopia of restaurants, bars and cafés in all corners of the city. There are long-standing establishments serving up classic dishes within a familial, community atmosphere, as well as Michelin-starred fine dining spots and pop-up food stands - both packing a punch with equally delicious fare.
New York is abundant with once-in-a-lifetime experiences, whether it’s catching a Broadway show, taking flight in a helicopter ride over the Statue of Liberty or riding a horse and carriage through Central Park. Yet, excitement can be found even in the seemingly routine; hail down a famous yellow taxi, navigate the frenetic subway system or gaze through the shop window at Tiffany & Co. for a truly unforgettable experience.
One day of recorded snow in history. Two national parks. And as many sun-drenched beaches as your heart’s desire! The Magic City of Miami is a melting pot of tourist hot spots, and the perfect place for a multi-centre holiday...
Embrace the artistry
Miami is famed for its Art Deco-style buildings that adorn the beach. However, a more modern art movement is taking place just north of Downtown Miami. Wynwood is a small but lively neighbourhood with graffiti-lined streets and over 70 galleries and museums. The area is inhabited by creative companies and innovators which gives the place an electric buzz that can be felt in the streets.
Head to the beach
With over 15 popular beach spots, there is something for whatever vibe you're after. For a family-friendly spot, head to Millionaires Row, Normandy Isles, North Beach or the popular Miami Beach. Here you'll find calm waters and incredible activities to keep everyone entertained. If you're looking for something a little livelier try South Beach where you'll find bars, restaurants and an energetic vibe.
As well as being on the beach, Miami has an entrance to the Everglades National Park meaning there are plenty of opportunities to spot some incredible wildlife including alligators, snakes and tropical birds. The Miami Seaquarium at Biscayne Bay is home to sea lions, sea turtles, killer whales and sting rays. You can also enjoy interactions with dolphins at the Dolphin Harbour.
Dining and dancing
Head to one of the city's stylish rooftop bars and enjoy breathtaking views as you sip a cocktail and mingle with the locals. Then onto a club which ranges from large lavish spots to funky underground venues, so you're sure to find something to match your style. For the ultimate recovery, treat yourself to a relaxed brunch with views of the beach the following day.
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New York & Miami Holidays FAQs
New York & Miami Holidays FAQs
New York & Miami Holidays FAQs
Ah, the age-old question of timing when it comes to planning your New York and Miami multi-centre holidays. New York looks gorgeous during the autumn when Central Park dons its golden hues, whilst winter is also a magical time to visit, especially if there are snowflakes adorning the city's iconic landmarks.
Miami, on the other hand, is its sun-kissed best from November to April, luring visitors with warm sands and soft breezes. However, for those looking to dodge the peak crowds and still catch a slice of both cities' dynamism, consider the shoulder seasons. Ultimately, with cities as stunning as these, every season has pros.
New York and Miami are both located in the Eastern Time Zone of the US. Therefore, there is no time difference between the two cities. Both New York and Miami are 5 hours behind the UK, so be prepared for a little jetlag!
For your New York and Miami twin-centre escapade, touch down in New York via one of its main airports: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or LaGuardia Airport (LGA). For Miami, fly into Miami International Airport (MIA).
For advice on flights for New York and Miami multi-centre holidays, just get in touch with our team.
We offer guaranteed prices up to 36 months ahead of your multi-centre itinerary. All you need to do is secure your package with an initial low deposit today and you can pay the remainder in affordable monthly instalments.
Beautiful Miami has plenty of sun-kissed shores, each with its own special draw. South Beach is Miami's quintessential beachfront, celebrated for its iconic Art Deco backdrop and famously chill vibes. Just a stone's throw away, Lummus Park Beach is framed by picturesque palm trees, perfect for a spot of volleyball or simply lounging in the sun.
Those seeking a quieter, more serene stay should gravitate more towards Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. The park's historic lighthouse offers a peaceful backdrop to its less crowded shores. And if you’re feeling daring, head to Haulover Beach, which is famous for its clothing-optional section. Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne is more of a family-friendly beach with calm waters and a cute carousel.
On your New York twin-centre, get ready for an ever-evolving scene of gastronomic treats. Head to Eleven Madison Park, where Chef Daniel Humm creates exquisite modern American dishes. For lovers of timeless classics, Joe’s Pizza in Greenwich Village dishes out arguably the city's finest slices.
Venturing into the boroughs, Di Fara Pizza in Brooklyn has earned legendary status for its traditional pies. A journey to Manhattan's Chinatown isn't complete without trying the soup dumplings at Joe's Shanghai. For those chasing an avant-garde experience, Momofuku Ko in the East Village is an innovative dining affair. One thing is for sure, you won’t leave New York still hungry.
Miami's culinary scene mirrors its vibrant culture. In the heart of the city, Joe's Stone Crab has been an institution for over a century, tantalising palates with its legendary stone crab claws. For those seeking a more modern twist, Pao by Paul Qui at the Faena is sure to impress with its innovative fusion dishes that celebrate Asian flavours.
Over in the Design District, Michael's Genuine Food & Drink offers a fresh farm-to-table experience, while Versailles in Little Havana remains the go-to spot for traditional Cuban fare. And for a truly magical waterfront dining experience, Mandolin Aegean Bistro transports diners to the shores of the Mediterranean with every bite.
New York City is often perceived as one of the most expensive cities to visit in the world. Its iconic status and diverse attractions come with a price tag. Accommodations, especially in prime areas like Manhattan, can carry a premium. Dining out, especially at the city's renowned restaurants, can also be costly, although there are countless affordable eateries and street food options.
Attractions like Broadway shows, certain museums and guided tours can add to expenses. However, the beauty of NYC is its versatility. There are plenty of free or low-cost activities, such as strolling in Central Park, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, or attending a live taping of a TV show. Smart planning, taking advantage of deals, and visiting during off-peak times can make a New York trip more affordable. Still, visitors should be prepared for a higher cost of living compared to many other destinations.
When packing for your New York and Miami twin-centre holidays, versatility is key. In New York, you should prioritise layers for its unpredictable weather, wear comfortable walking shoes for city explorations, and definitely bring a dressy outfit for evenings out. If you’re travelling in the winter, you must pack all the warm essentials.
Miami calls for beachwear, sun protection like hats and sunscreen, breathable fabrics for its tropical warmth, and chic attire for its lively nightlife. With smart packing, you're all set to enjoy both the urban vibes of New York and Miami's tropical magic.
New York City is brimming with iconic attractions and experiences. At its core stands the Empire State Building, a soaring testament to an architectural marvel. From its observation decks, you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the city. A stone's throw away, Central Park offers a lush, serene escape amid urban hustle.
Wander its winding paths and you might stumble upon a live performance or an idyllic pond. Then there's the cultural hub, Broadway. Whether you're catching a groundbreaking play or a classic musical, it's a rite of passage in the city. Amidst its skyscraper-studded landscape, New York is a treasure trove of stories waiting to be discovered.
Miami is a fusion of cultures, colours, and coastlines. First and foremost, the iconic South Beach is a must. With its golden sands, historic Art Deco architecture, and lively oceanfront promenade, it's the pulse of Miami. Away from the beach, the Wynwood Walls offers a different visual treat. This outdoor gallery showcases large, colourful street murals by artists from around the globe, making it a mecca for arty types. During your Miami twin-centre you should add Little Havana to your itinerary. Here, the rhythms of salsa, the aroma of Cuban coffee, and the sight of domino games encapsulate the city's Latin spirit. From its breezy beaches to its bustling neighbourhoods, Miami is a sun-drenched paradise teeming with adventure.
Firstly, Miami has a tropical climate, so don't forget sun protection essentials like sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen. While English is widely spoken, a sprinkle of Spanish phrases can come in handy given the city's strong Latin influence. Renting a car can be beneficial for exploring beyond the city, but be prepared for traffic. Finally, embrace the local pace; Miami operates on its own relaxed "island time," so leisurely enjoy its neighbourhoods, beaches, and fusion of cultures.
While New York is a melting pot of cultures, a few simple etiquette rules, like walking briskly and not blocking sidewalks, are appreciated. Utilise the extensive subway network; it's often the fastest way around, but always have a backup metrocard. Lastly, embrace spontaneity. Beyond its iconic landmarks, some of NYC's best experiences arise from unplanned wandering and hidden neighbourhood gems.
We believe that no multi-centre holidays to New York and Miami would be complete without seeing the iconic Statue of Liberty. Which arguably holds the title of the most popular and recognised tourist attraction. This colossal gift from France, symbolising freedom and democracy, stands proudly on Liberty Island. Visitors flock here, not only to witness the statue up close but also to soak in panoramic views of Manhattan's skyline from her pedestal.
Close contenders include Central Park, the Empire State Building, and Times Square, but the Statue of Liberty has a deep-rooted significance that resonates with many, making it a must-visit for those exploring the Big Apple.