New York in 6 days It is a good number of days to visit most of the most famous and visited places in the city of skyscrapers. In the previous days you will have visited almost all the points of this essential list of New York, so on this sixth day you can complete or complement it by visiting some interesting places that are missing such as the Public Library, the Empire State Building or the Flatiron Building, In addition to touring the neighborhoods of East Village and Lower East Side.
Guide of the first 5 days in New York
Route day 1: Times Square, Broadway, west part of Central Park, 5th Avenue, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockfeller Center and Top of the Rock viewpoint. (More info here)
Route day 2: Contrast Tour (Bronx and Queens), DUMBO area in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Bridge and viewpoints. (More info here)
Route day 3: 11S Memorial and Museum, Financial District, Helicopter Tour, Battery Park and Staten Island Ferry. (More info here)
Route day 4: Cruise through Manhattan, High Line, Chelsea Market, Greenwich Village, Soho, Tribeca, China Town and Little Italy. (More info here)
Route day 5: Harlem neighborhood + Mass Góspel, Central Park and Broadway musical or New York Knicks game. (More info here)
What to see in New York in 6 days
The sixth day route in New York begins at the Holiday Inn Times Square, our recommended hotel. The first place you can visit is Bryant Park, with a very central location on the island of Manhattan and easily accessible on foot if you are staying near Times Square or by subway from other parts of the city.
Bryant Park and Public Library
Bryant Park is one of the prettiest parks in New York, perfect for ordering a large cup of coffee at a nearby Starbucks or coffee and drinking it quietly at one of its tables or directly sitting on the grass. It is a small park surrounded by skyscrapers and offices, where you will always see many people, whether eating, having a drink on a terrace or lying on the grass enjoying the sun's rays.