Welcome to The Big Apple.

Luxe hotels. Gritty dive bars. Broadway magic. Side-street snack carts. Whether you’re a first-time traveler or a long-time resident, NYC is a city that loves to surprise. The unrivaled mix of iconic art spaces, endless shopping experiences, architectural marvels, growing eco-consciousness and proudly distinct neighborhoods like Chinatown or Little Italy. Here, visitors are embraced by the city’s passionate locals and transported to a fast-paced urban sphere that is unquestionably awesome.


To put it simply, there is no place like New York City and we can’t wait to show you all it has to offer.

You provided a real “city experience” – and being that New York is such a diverse area, that is no easy feat!


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New York City Coastline

Length in miles of New York City’s coastline

Empire State Building

Years the Empire State Building was the tallest in the world (1931 - 1972)


Number of languages spoken in New York City


Thousands of acres of natural areas throughout the 5 boroughs

New York Subway

Hours it would take to navigate the entire NYC Subway system


KEY NEIGHBORHOODS: Uptown, Downtown, Midtown


City of promise – and realized potential


New York City, alias the Big Apple: where class and crass coincide and soaring skyscrapers are edged with dark alleyways. New York City stands for many things: art Mecca for the nation, the engine of America’s wealth, the country’s most populated metropolis and the nation’s first capital. The streets of New York City vibrate with life: trucks, cars, stretch limousines, honking horns, street vendors, police on horseback, dog walkers, in-line skaters, mime artists, briefcase-toting executives, and the fashionably-dressed to the nines.


Newcomers are swept into the swirl of sounds, sights and sensations and the unflagging fortitude with which New Yorkers handle their day. Visitors are embraced in the city’s contagious pulsation-and transported to an urban sphere that is unquestionably awesome. People from all over the globe are drawn to the city’s world-renowned hotels, museums, theatres, celebrities, universities, sports teams, restaurants, and financial institutions.

Glamour in New York

Uptown & Midtown

Uptown & Midtown is known for posh shopping, museum mile, NYC’s crown jewel – Central Park as well as Historic Harlem, world-renowned Times Square and some of the most famous landmarks known the world over. It is home to world-class hotels, incredibly unique venues and endless options of entertainment that appeals to people from every corner of the globe.


Here are some of the experiences we can create for you:


    • Private Harlem Tour with Brunch
    • Behind-the-Scenes Broadway Experience & Meet the Artist Program
    • Private Boutique Shopping with premier fashion designer
    • Bicycle Ride and Classic New York Style Picnic in Central Park


LANDMARKS AND LOCATIONS: Central Park, Museum Mile, 5th Avenue Shopping, Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Hudson Yards, Times Square

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Downtown is made up of some of the most diverse neighborhoods in Manhattan. The history is dense and ever-evolving. From Historic Little Italy, Chic shops in Soho, the Lower East Side, Greenwich Village to the world’s powerful financial center there is no shortage of things to do in Downtown Manhattan.


Here are some of the experiences we can create for you:


    • Private cooking classes at New York’s most famous Culinary Institutions
    • Private VIP Visits to 9/11 Memorial Museum & One World Observatory
    • Walking Tour of Little Italy with lunch at an iconic Italian restaurant
    • Shopping Tour in Soho with Walk on the High Line
    • Behind-the-Scenes Wall Street Experience led by an expert
    • Private Cruise on Hudson River



Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island, 9/11 Memorial, One World Observatory, South Street Seaport, New York Stock Exchange, Battery Park City, Canal Street, The Oculus, Stone Street Historic District and so much more


Move over, Manhattan!


Separated from Manhattan by the East River and connected by the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the most beautiful bridges in the world, the borough of Brooklyn has quickly risen as a hot destination. It’s long had a soft spot in our hearts – the Details NYC team moved our offices here nearly a decade ago. Being able to view the Manhattan skyline is arguably even more breathtaking than standing in it. So many amazing activities, accommodations, venues, shopping and restaurants thrive here. The hustle & bustle of Manhattan gives way to a whole new world of trendier, innovative experiences you can only see and do in this borough. So, cross the river and explore.


KEY NEIGHBORHOODS | DUMBO, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights

LANDMARKS & LOCATIONS | Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island, Domino Park, Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park, Vintage Shopping, Hip and Trendy Hotels, Landmark Venues. And views, views, views of Manhattan Skyline.


Here are some of the experiences we can create for you – as the ONLY expert DMC located in Brooklyn!


    • Sunset Dinner at a Rooftop Farm, overlooking Manhattan Skyline
    • Brooklyn Food Nosh Tour
    • Private Historical Warehouse Venue event overlooking the Statue of Liberty
    • Brooklyn’s Waterfront Walking tours with lunch
    • Arts & Culture Experiences
    • Community Service Events – Green Space
Fall, NYC


Short for “Down Under Manhattan Bridge Overpass’, DUMBO’s cobblestone streets and converted Brooklyn warehouse buildings are the backdrop for independent boutiques, high-end restaurants and trendy cafes. Near the waterfront, St. Ann’s Warehouse, in a former tobacco factory, is the heart of a thriving performance and gallery scene. The north end of Brooklyn Bridge Park features historic Jane’s Carousel as well as picturesque views of the Manhattan skyline.

Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC


Williamsburg is a neighborhood with multiple personalities. Here, you’ll find a large Hasidic Jewish community, Polish and Latino enclaves, and plenty of hipster cool. This warehouse-filled, once industrial area now has a thriving arts and music scene, stellar restaurants, and some of the city’s most interesting shopping.

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NYC

Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights is a posh residential area of elegant brownstones. It’s known for its tree-lined promenade along the East River, with unrivaled views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. The neighborhood also attracts visitors and local families to the landscaped walkways and playgrounds of waterfront Brooklyn Bridge Park. Locals gather at the longstanding bars and restaurants along Henry Street.

Ready to explore our New York?