A City Adventure for Solo Travellers

New York City from Top of the Rock
New York City skyline from Top of the Rock

There are more sides to a solo adventure holiday than exploring remote destinations. Take the city of New York. Everyone has heard of the Big Apple, but how much do they know about it? To begin with, it’s a sprawling metropolis that was established in 1624. It offers plenty of adventure if you know where to look. One of the most satisfying ways to discover the real New York is by joining an organised trip that’s for solo travellers.

Travelling solo can be great fun

There are many advantages to a holiday that’s been tailored for solo adventurers. At the start you’ll make new friends amongst your fellow travellers. You’ll receive the expert services of a seasoned travel coordinator who knows all there is to know about the location. There will also be an itinerary that includes the most iconic elements of city life. Join a WeRoad trip to New York and you’re sure to love the city more than you ever thought possible.

Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty

Enjoy discovering the destination

The East Coast city of New York is full of diverse charm. There are a surprising number of ancient buildings still standing including the Wyckoff House that was constructed in 1652. Your city adventure for groups is sure to include a visit to the Empire State Building. This magnificent 102-storey Art Deco tower was the tallest building in the world when it was completed in 1931. It was the inspiration for the modern skyscrapers of Manhattan that have to be seen to be believed. An adventure holiday in New York would be incomplete without visiting one of the sophisticated rooftop bars of a famous skyscraper. Popular choices could be Top of the Rock or The Edge. Both are in the city’s famous Times Square.

Grand Central Station
Grand Central Station

City diversity

New York City has evolved into a diverse location. Fascinating neighbourhoods include Chinatown, Harlem and Little Italy. On organised group trips, you’re sure to appreciate visiting Brooklyn Bridge, taking a run in Central Park, and pausing for reflection at Ground Zero. Every organised trip to New York should include Ellis Island. This is the famous port where at least twelve million newcomers saw their first glimpse of America between 1892 and 1954. Like them, you’ll admire the Statue of Liberty, the world’s most iconic symbol of freedom. It was created by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi and given by France as a gift in 1886.

Choose a solo city adventure

Travelling solo has never been so impressive as when you join an organised trip. As one of the largest cities in the world, the Big Apple can appear intimidating if you travel entirely on your own. Travel with new companions on a specially tailored trip, and you’ll have every opportunity to enjoy exploring the city in depth. Look forward to sharing laughter and conversation as you discover the local cuisine such as hot dogs and doughnuts.

Photographs by Mark Nicholls

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