Honeymoon in New York City – Fifteen Romantic Ideas

Stunning, sexy, and “the city that never sleeps” … what better place to spend your honeymoon than New York City? You could spend a month here and not run out of things to do, so here’s fifteen ideas for a romantic honeymoon in NYC.

  • Ride an old-fashioned carousel in Central Park (or take a boat ride, or a trip in a horse-drawn carriage, or just have a picnic).
  • Take a trip to the “Top of the Rock”, a viewing platform on top of the Rockefeller Center, for breathtaking views of downtown Manhattan.
  • Watch cocoa beans being turning into chocolate goodies before your eyes at Jacques Torres Chocolate Shops, with branches all over the city.
  • Take a private helicopter tour over Manhattan, and enjoy fantastic aerial views of one of the tallest cities on earth.
  • Get artistic: see a performance by the world-renowned Metropolitan Opera, based at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on the Upper West Side.
  • Sail across New York Harbor by way of the Staten Island Ferry, and see the Statue of Liberty glide past.
  • Vibe to some romantic poetry at the New York City Center.
  • Stop for a drink or two at Brooklyn Farmacy, an old-fashioned soda store.
  • Visit the Brooklyn Heights Promenade at sunset and watch the city skyline light up before you.
  • Enjoy a day of holistic rejuvenation and relaxation with your spouse at the Oasis Day Spa in the middle of Manhattan.
  • Shop for each other at world-famous stores such as Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s.
  • Have breakfast at Tiffany’s (OK, you can’t eat there, but this amazing jewelry store is worth a visit in itself)
  • Try your luck ice skating at the Rockefeller Center.
  • Check out the nightlife in Greenwich Village, with funky bars and beautiful people aplenty. You might even see some of the celebrities who live here such as Liv Tyler and Uma Thurman.
  • Treat yourself to dinner at Le Bernardin – this Midtown seafood restaurant is widely regarded as the best fine dining experience in the city.

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