Shopping in New York City is world famous, and for good reason. From eclectic and trendy boutiques in Herald Square to classic shopping meccas like Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's, and Tiffany & Co., New York offers so many different locations to shop that you can easily lose yourself for days while wandering 5th Avenue, Herald Square, Union Square, NoMad, and more.
Locals know where all the best places to shop, dine, and explore are located, so please feel free to chat up our staff. We can even assist you with subway schedules, or call a taxi for you if you prefer. Explore different cultures in this great melting pot of a city when you visit Chinatown and Little Italy, and make sure to stroll through Battery Park before you leave NYC.
5th Avenue boasts New York City's most prestigious and iconic shopping destinations, including Bergdorf's, Henri Bendel, and the iconic, glass-enclosed, 24-hour Apple Store. Complement your experience with a rich selection of restaurants and NYC eateries in the area.
Macy's Herald Square
Built in 1902, Macy's Herald Square has always been a trendsetter, being the first building to have a modern-day escalator. As a NYC icon, the Macy's flagship store is a New York City tradition you have to see while staying in Midtown. America's largest department store covers an entire city block and features 11 levels of shopping. Even if you're in the mood for window shopping, you can't go wrong with exploring Macy's and the other shops in the Herald Square area.