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The Future of Luxury in New York City

From movies to shows, novels to photos, New York City is an iconic setting known around the world. Being the most populous city in the US, and considered to be the cultural capital of the world, it can seem chaotic to those unfamiliar with the rhythm of such a diverse city. For the luxury traveler, though, NYC is a playground ready to be explored—one that offers up the best of the best in luxury enjoyment. And now, with this metropolis fully opening up (as of July 1), the opportunities are endless.



Aerial View of Liberty Island, New York


The central point of New York City is the island of Manhattan. Surrounded by rivers and bays, the waterways around the island are a new perspective on the metropolis. New ways to see the usual sites, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the many bridges that connect the island to the rest of NYC and New Jersey. These tours can often include small group or private outings, and give the traveler a proper treatment when viewing the skyline of NYC.


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A dream of some travelers is to take part in the cultural happenings of the city that never sleeps. Of course, Broadway is an essential part of that experience. Some of the more popular shows include Hamilton, Wicked, To Kill a Mockingbird, Mama Mia, and The Lion King. Consisting of stories that have resonated with the world, these musical shows are a delight for the traveler. Particularly if they find the right company to organize a backstage walk-through that lets them see the inner workings of these amazing performances.



Times Square in New York on a rainy night.


Added to the cultural side of NYC, museums are a huge draw for travelers. History and art intertwine in the many museums within the city. The Museum of Natural History is an in-depth look at civilizations, animals, and humans from around the planet—in stunning displays that can take an entire day to explore. The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum is a chance to reflect on the tragedy that occurred on September 11th, 2001. And then there’s the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which contains paintings by famous artists such as Salvador Dalì, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, and one of the most recognizable paintings known as The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh. Searching out a tour provider that can add a pre- or post-opening hours tour will take a foray to the next level.

From lively shows to witnessing art that has influenced millions, adding a luxury feel and touch to the more common activities and sites in New York City will be on the rise as the city opens up. That’s why Beyond Times Square wants to help take the traveler around the New York City in luxury style. With luxury vehicle pickup & transfers, private tour guides, and a 24/7 support line… Beyond Times Square offers up behind the scenes tours of the Broadway shows mentioned earlier, a private sightseeing harbor cruise with lunch, pre- or post-tour of the MoMA, and even a secret rooftop picnic on Rockefeller Center. BTSQ has the know-how to treat the luxury traveler right while they explore the city that never sleeps.


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