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Where to Take the Ladies Shopping Using a New York Sightseeing Pass

Part of visiting New York City is going shopping, whether you want the latest fashion or some souvenirs. You may not realize it, but your New York sightseeing pass is actually set up to help you shop. You can take advantage of the hop on hop off bus NYC map to plan which stores to visit or just look at the stores by your favorite attractions. Here are some spots you don’t want to miss.

Bergdorf Goodman

Get off your New York sightseeing bus for long enough to shop at Bergdorf Goodman. You won’t regret it. This store combines service with old-school luxury and has been a staple of NYC shopping for decades. The main floor was recently renovated for the first time in over 30 years. You’ll find a range of designer pieces, including a bridal salon, and it is perfect for actually buying items or window shopping.

Dover Street Market

If you love avant-garde labels, be sure to take advantage of your New York sightseeing pass to get to Dover Street Market, the creation of Rei Kawakubo. In addition to Kawakubo’s label Comme des Garcons, you will find names that are popular at the moment, such as Eckhaus Latta and Vetements. This department store covers seven floors, so you are sure to find what you want.

Fivestory

For those who are into fashion, be sure to visit Fivestory during your New York downtown tours. Fivestory is a townhouse that covers two and a half stories and is the creation of Claire Distenfeld, the entrepreneur who runs it. This luxury setting has incredible pieces from designers about to take the fashion world by storm. In addition to the items you are unlikely to be able to afford, you can also find contemporary pieces and accessories for well under $200, meaning you should be able to take something home.

In Support Of

Looking to shop and feel good about yourself at the same time? Take your New York highly rated tours to In Support Of. This boutique is in the Meatpacking District and features a range of eco-friendly designers who are typically under the radar and produce locally. You’ll spot brands like Tosia, Nikki Chasin, and Apiece Apart. Best of all, part of the proceeds from the store go right to a charity; there’s a different one each year. Book your New York sightseeing pass with us to enjoy all the attractions the city has to offer along with incredible shopping opportunities.