New York in September

Discover New York during September where you can see the US Open in full swing and celebrate the lives of those lost during the 9/11 tragedy



The Big Apple at it's best

New York City could never with even a hint of accuracy be considered a quiet town.

But the Big Apple does have what visitors can pick up on as the littlest of lulls, to make it at least feel a bit less touristically swamped, in that golden period after the kids have gone back to school!

September is a good time to visit the Five Boroughs and turn Manhattan into your very own isle of joy.

A package deal

A short break with Saga with take to the heart of NYC at the boutique Stewart Hotel, from where the Big Apple is ripe for exploring.

A New York City Pass, as essential for getting around inexpensively as is an Oyster card is in London, is part of the deal to make life a whole lot easier as you explore the city and its world-famous sights.

There will also be a sightseeing tour of the city.

These world-famous sights need little or no introduction – but we will anyway...

Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Centre, the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, those famous department stores Macy’s and Bloomingdales, Greenwich Village, Little Italy and Wall Street, plus fantastically vibrant areas of urban renewal such as the Meatpacking District and, across the water, the now uber-trendy Brooklyn.