The Big Apple is home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks. From Times Square to the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty to Central Park, the chic Manhattan skyline to hip hop’s home in the Bronx, there’s urban eye candy aplenty in this buzzy city that truly never sleeps. But once you’ve ticked off a few must-dos take time to soak up the vibe of some of the city’s eclectic neighbourhoods, moulded by the aspirations and cultures of waves of immigrants who call New York home. Grab a slice of traditional Italian pizza in Greenwich, a bagel from an old-school Jewish deli on the Upper West Side, or a steaming bowl of noodles in Chinatown. Whatever you fancy, in New York you can cross continents in a yellow cab. Whether your hopping aboard the free Staten Island ferry, catching a game at Yankee Stadium, shopping up a storm in SoHo’s quirky boutiques, or being entertained on Broadway, New York is a destination that will get under your skin and have you coming back for more.