Cheap flights from Vienna, Austria to New York, USA for only €336 for a round trip with British Airways!
The largest and most populated city in the USA is full of culture, art, architecture, entertainment, historical landmarks and stunning parks. Check out the favourite sights and spots in the Big Apple.
Broadway and the Theater District
Don't miss the chance to attend an award-winning Broadway musical - it's one of the highlights of a visit to New York City. This is the place to see the long-running classics as well as the latest shows. There is a large number of theater venues in the Theater District and along the street of Broadway. The best Broadway shows attract millions of people. For the most popular shows, tickets should be purchased well in advance.
Shubert Alley is a famous pedestrian-only alley in the Theater District. The Shubert, the Booth and the St. James are the well-known playhouses. Other legendary places include the Music Box Theater and Sardi's restaurant, where many famous actors met.
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January to March 2023
Close to daily availability.
Vienna – New York – Vienna
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Hotel €151 / Double
We suggest you the Lic Plaza Hotel with excellent reviews, breakfasts included and conveniently located close to Queensboro Plaza Station (just a 10-minute by subway to reach Manhattan and Central Park).
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