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New York Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

New York Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

New York City comprises 5 boroughs sitting where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and sprawling Central Park. Broadway theater is staged in neon-lit Times Square.Exploring the non-touristy side of New York is an incredibly rewarding experience for a traveler. The City Of Dreams holds beautiful secrets you’ll find hole-in-the-wall bars, great delis, quirky shops so keep reading to know more about it !

What to do in New York for 24h to 48h?

Top Sights in New York City        


Empire State Building

This limestone classic was built in just 410 days – using seven million hours of labor during the Great Depression – and the view from its 86th-floor outdoor deck is heavenly.

You can’t just not think of Alicia keys and Jay Z when this comes up can you?

Statue of Liberty

Conceived as early as 1865 by French intellectual Edouard Laboulaye as a monument to the republican principals shared by France and the USA, the Statue of Liberty is still generally recognized as a symbol for at least the ideals of opportunity and freedom to many.

How to get there?

Ferries leave from Battery Park; South Ferry and Bowling Green are the closest subway stations. Reserve your tickets online well in advance to save the hassle of standing in queues.

Broadway and Time Square

Yellow cabs, golden arches, soaring skyscrapers and razzle-dazzle Broadway marquees.

If you’re there during Christmas. Don’t miss the ball drop on New Year ’s Eve. It deserves to be on your bucket list!

 Metropolitan Museum Of Art 

Also called the Met,it is the largest art museum in the United States, and is among the most visited art museum in the world.Its permanent collection contains over two million works,divided among seventeen curatorial departments.It contains an extensive collection of art, architecture, and artifacts.

Cafe’s in New York you should not miss out on :

McNally Jackson  

Travel Tips New York -Mcnally Jackson

If you’re a book lover, this is for you!

This independent bookstore is accompanied by a cozy café with unique round seating and books hanging from the ceiling.

Happy Bones

Travel tips New York-Happy Bones

Happy Bones has white brick walls, distinctive furnishings, a skylight, and clean vibes all around. The shop’s also connected to a vintage store where you can browse antique finds and classic designer pieces. Click those pretty vintage pictures you’ve always wanted to, do it for the gram! 

Café Grumpy

The original Grumpy in Greenpoint is a great neighborhood cafe that happen to take its coffee very seriously. The beans are roasted right next door, the espresso drinks are top quality, and there’s plenty of space to sit

Nightlife in New York


Lavo’s DJs mash up hip-hop, pop, house and EDM to create an atmosphere that’s excessively over the top in the best possible way. Not at all for the faint of heart, don’t be surprised when you’re swept up into the chaos and bounced around the dance floor only to find yourself stumbling out into the street at the first signs of daylight. – this spot is one of the priciest on the list.

Campton Ale House

It’s got the booze, the food and the right kind of music. Try heading to this place during happy hours and boy will you be happy !

Pete’s Tavern

With its original 19th-century mirrors, pressed-tin ceiling and rosewood bar, this dark, atmospheric watering hole has all the earmarks of a New York classic. You can get a respectable prime-rib burger here and choose from 17 draft beers, joined by everyone from post-theater couples and Irish expats to no-nonsense NYU students and the odd celebrity

Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden

This Czech community center kicked off NYC’s beer-garden craze, and nothing quite matches it for space and heaving drinking crowds, which pack every picnic table under the towering trees in summer. There’s obligatory food (dumplings, sausages); the focus is on the cold and foamy Czech beers.


Chelsea Market

Travel Tips New York - Chelsea Market

It’s a cluster of lively food and shopping outlets. If you love shopping , you shouldn’t miss it for the world !

PS : If you get a chance to, visit Marie’s Crisis.You’ll love it of you’re an old school buff.


Flight Attendants discounts in United States

World Of Crew gets you a few awesome deals only for cabin crews in New York. Have a look into these and let us know if you manage to visit them during your layover!

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Any Cool Experience to share in New York

How was your layover in New York. Did you discover any new places? If so, please do share these useful tips with your fellow cabin crew, by commenting below!

Have a great layover in the city of dreams !

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