Enjoying a location set-back from the bustling crowds you can take the Upper East Side at your own pace. The immediate surroundings are dotted with cool bars and cafes meaning there’s no need to walk miles to get your first coffee of the day. As America’s wealthiest fled to Manhattan following the completion of Central Park in the late 1800’s, an impressive array of elegant town houses began to pop-up along New York’s most desirable 5th Avenue. Today this attractive part of town is referred to as Lennox Hill and runs from 60th Street to 77th Street from the Park East to Lexington Avenue. Around the corner on 73rd street you’ll find the fascinating Bohemian National Hall. A celebration of Czech culture presenting exhibitions, lectures and workshops, not to mention the fantastic sea-to-table concept restaurant BKB with an eye-wateringly good cocktail menu. The beautiful Gagosian Gallery displays contemporary art by international artists while you dine in fitting style at partner restaurant Kappo Masa presenting a contemporary take on Japanese ingredients.