The words New York might conjure up ideas of the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty, but New York City isn’t the only thing that this state has to offer. The state, situated on the East Coast of the United States of America, if full of gorgeous country side vistas, beaches and of course, the Big Apple itself. Whilst the famous island of Manhattan is a popular draw to the area, the surrounding destinations such as Brooklyn and Long Island have plenty to offer in the way of sights, restaurants and excitement. In such an amazing state, you’ll never be short on things to do.
Renting holiday accommodation in New York State
New York State is such a fantastic destination that you should get to know the real New York instead of sticking to the touristy areas which, whilst exciting, are only the tip of the iceberg of what New York State has to offer. By renting an authentic New York State apartment, you will be able to explore the state like a local. Added to this, when hotel prices are so steep you’ll be delighted with the savings you can make by having your own place. Book your own apartment in New York State with HouseTrip today.
Where to stay in New York State
From classic brownstone apartments in the heart of Manhattan, to chic lofts in trendy Brooklyn, HouseTrip has a variety of apartments in New York State to suit anyone’s tastes. If you want to be in the centre of all the hustle and bustle, then consider renting in Manhattan where the backdrop to so many films and television programmes will be right on your doorstep. If you want a base from which you can explore the state and then come home to an apartment where you can get some peace and quiet, then consider a beautiful, light-filled property in the suburbs of Brooklyn, or something a little more spacious in Staten Island and the surrounding areas.
New York State with the family
New York State is full to the brim with museums and art galleries that your whole family can spend hours exploring. The American Museum of Natural History is fantastic for kids who will be blown away by its Hall of Ornithischian Dinosaurs and the Hayden Big Bang Theatre. After this, take a stroll through Central Park and maybe hire a rowboat and enjoy an hour out on the lake. The iconic Staten Island ferry is also definitely worth going on. Once in Staten Island, take your kids to the Staten Island Children’s Museum for an interactive and educational day of fun.