New York

5th Avenue, luxury and grandeur.

A timeless emblem of luxury and elegance the world over, New York's famous Fifth Avenue seems like something out of a dream. In the heart of Manhattan, bordering Central Park, it offers a wealth of priceless treasures and a valuable glimpse into the city's history.

The temple of shopping

With its four-kilometer length and impeccable, refined architecture, New York's 5th Avenue has well earned its international reputation. By the end of the 19th century, it had become the preferred place of residence of New York's elite.

Steeped in history, this artery in the heart of Manhattan has managed to combine past and present. Its most famous asset is of course s˚r the presence of numerous luxury stores. Here you'll find some of the world's most prestigious names, frequented by important and influential personalities.

Let yourself be swept away by the charm and finesse of Tiffany & Co jewelry, the elegance of Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Prada or Hermès and Louis Vuitton clothing... And don't miss the spectacular window display at the famous Saks Fifth Avenue store.

The interiors of these boutiques are veritable decors, staging theatrical scenes that rival each other in magnificence and creativity. The stroll alone is a veritable voyage: there's no need to shop to be overwhelmed by the beauty and originality of the objects that surround you!

To set foot on Fifth Avenue is to step into a dream world and be transported away from your problems.

Monuments not to be missed

Beyond the luxury storefronts, Fifth Avenue is brimming with architectural, cultural and historical treasures. Don't miss a visit to Madison Square and its immense park brimming with greenery.

Not far from there, you'll also find the iconic Empire State Building, offering a breathtaking view of the city's most beautiful district. You'll also have the opportunity to admire the New York Public Library, a cultural and intellectual center and architectural gem dating from the turn of the last century. Walk in the footsteps of the greatest writers of the time and discover this mythical monument.

It's impossible to forget to mention Rockefeller Center, representative of the city's grandeur. Just a few yards away, you'll find St. Patrick's Cathedral, which breaks the modernity of the cityscape. Magnificent, imposing and finely crafted, it is even more beautiful when illuminated. The ideal place to take a break and recharge your batteries is the famous Central Park, a huge bowl of fresh air in the heart of civilization, just a stone's throw from the Upper East Side.

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