New York City (NYC) has been a vision for many people. Attracting people from all over the world, the city is a hot spot for business people and people of the glamor. The new pandemic has created several problems related to travel and enjoying the treasures of your own city seems like the only option for most people these days.

Things are expected to calm down in the US from now on, regarding the riots and the Covid-19. are concerned. Fortunately, the city is a true masterpiece and a lifetime wouldn't be enough if one wanted to explore the whole place. The limitations of the coronavirus allow us to offer our hometowns different perspectives.

Those who live in NYC should consider themselves lucky and try to get the most out of the city. Below we've collected some of the things that can turn a normal weekend into an extravagant event of the year

  1. Performing Arts at Metropolitan Opera .
    In Lincoln Square you may find the Metropolitan Opera House. Most of the performances housed in this massive space of 3,800 people are opera, and timely translation is available. The Metropolitan Opera was founded in 1883, but it didn't move to Lincoln Center until 1966.

    The acoustics are great and ticket prices vary depending on the vision delivered. In addition to attending a show, you can also take a tour of the Metropolitan Opera Guilt Backstage. The tours are available every day, and you can also take a tour of the Lincoln Center . However, performance is what this is all about and we recommend going to an opera, even if you don't like the specific kind of music. You see, opera is a combination of music and theater, and the striking costumes along with the world's best voices will blow your mind.

  2. Stay in a luxury hotel.
    If you want to experience your city in a different way, what better idea than to spend the night in an elegant hotel. The St. Regis New York offers a variety of suite options. There is the Tiffany Suite the Milano Suite Bentley Suite and the Dior Suite . Most notably, however, is the Presidential Suite which costs $ 35,000 and is one of the most expensive accommodation options in the city. A more minimalist version for a hotel would be The Mark . Again, you can take the Penthouse Suite which measures 12,000 square feet including two wet bars and costs $ 75,000 a night. It is the largest suite in the United States and will leave you speechless. If you need a more realistic option, you can visit Ritz Carlton Hotel and don't book the most expensive suite.

  3. What's better than a Spa?
    Oh yes! We will not leave you with the curiosity to discover the best spas in New York. The Juvenex Spa is conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan and offers rare packages 24/7 to suit all tastes. First of all, there is a romantic spa for couples designed especially for couples. Then there is the tanning bed, the facial massage and the body scrub. The highlight of Juvenex Spa is that it offers the possibility to rent a floor for a spa party, a corporate party spa or a group party spa! Another idea is the Mandarin Oriental spa . Prices start at around $ 700 and the highlight is the view of the city.
  4. Coastal Boating
    New York has a natural harbor and the waters near the city should be more or less calm, making the sailing experience cool for most people. Day and evening cruises are available, as well as indoor and open decks. Manhattan by Sail company also has Private Luxury Yacht Charters that you can book. They usually reserve for weddings, product launches and corporate events, but if you can afford it, we recommend that you do this for fun. The charters can accommodate 49 or 149 guests, depending on the boat and the duration is approximately 1 hour.
  5. Dining at a Michelin Star Restaurant
    There are five Michelin Star Restaurants in New York City: Masa Per Se Eleven Madison Park Le Bernardin and the Chef & # 39; s Table . The Chef & # 39; s Table at Brooklyn Fare is located in the Brooklyn Fare Market and the cost of the menu is approximately $ 400. Eleven Madison Park is located in Manhattan's Metropolitan Life North In Flatiron. It is listed as the third best restaurant in the world, while it was & # 39; world best for 2017. Per Se is located on the fourth floor of Time Warner Center at 10 Columbus Circle, again in Manhattan, and is from Chef Thomas Keller and his Chef de Cuisine is Corey Chow. Masa is the Japanese version of Per Se as it is located on the same floor of Time Warner Center. Whatever suits your taste best will be a pleasure to visit!