SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia - offers cheap international flight tickets to New York with departures from Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
Our city guide will help you to find out what's up and the best tips are from SAS crew and passengers. The Big Apple is home to the world’s finest museums, most diverse restaurants, and top rate music and entertainment. Infinite sidewalks lead to café-lined streets, unique designer stores and the green grass hills of Central Park.
What's up in New York
Toys, toys, toys
If you love to see kids smile, you've surely never seen such big one as when you visit FAO Schwarz.
Breakfast in Greenwich Village - why not sit back relax and
enjoy the good life?
Shop till you drop with the help of the famous Village Voice! Who wouldn't love it?
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935 Broadway at 22nd Street
Tel.: +1 212 260 9479
Looking for something special for your home? Pay a visit to Restoration Hardware. Lots of interesting home interior objects, some of which are restored items.
Magnus, air steward
175 W. 89th St.
Tel: +1 212 724 5100
Claremont Stables are the only riding stables left in Manhattan, renting out horses for $50/hour. The stables are convenient to three Central Park bridle paths - the Reservoir Loop, the North Meadow Loop and the Southern Spur. All paths are less than two miles long and no permit is required to ride. Horses must be reserved and can be done so by contacting the stables.
Jelly beans, lollipops, toffees, chocolate, sour gums - the list doesn't end! Once you're in, how are you going to get out? That's my problem!