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Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed walking around the area. Lovely ambience. Vibrant crowds. Quintessential spirit of the city.

Thank DipuKV
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The many upscale storefronts along 5th Avenue are a great space to serious window shopping. Note that on some weekends - particularly as we get close to the holidays - much of 5th Avenue is blocked off as a pedestrian-only zone. Eliminating all that traffic makes the wandering & window shopping much more enjoyable. I would check which days & times these zones are established.

Thank christopherbO9687MP
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Reviewed 4 days ago

There are some of the most beautiful buildings in New York on this avenue with some of the most expensive and top shops on it. In addition there are huge choices for shopping as well as eating along it.

Thank DavidMay1945
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Walked from the 30s to the 50s along Fifth Avenue, as I hadn’t been in the City for awhile. What a delight to see all the changes, and the spectacle of tourists and locals seriously dense mixing, walking, darting through the crowds and shops. Some sad findings, like Lord & Taylor closing its flagship location which once offered viewers awesome Christmas window displays, and while that more upscale loss, an H&M on the same street with its throwaway trendy clothes. Changing times, but still a wonderful walk.

Thank PlatinumHoney
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Reviewed 5 days ago

No trip to New York can exclude walking Fifth Avenue from say 45th Street to 59th Street to see the windows. Interesting to be here in November when windows are preparing for their grand Christmas launch later in the month. Louis Vuitton (see photo) and a couple of others were ready and we liked LV as it was particularly Mexican, nice for us, in its overall theme. Saks seems promising and will have its usual amazing Christmas display. Enjoy.

Thank Happy_on_the_road
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Regardless if you have the cash or not, this is a very beautiful street to walk around with all the fancy luxurious brands you can imagine.

Thank 8SAB8
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Such a great shopping experince including the one & only.."Trump Tower"... & St Patricks. Beautiful part of the city.

Thank AndyMac551
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Reviewed 1 week ago

5th Avenue is a beautiful street in many places and is always pleasant to walk on and around. NYC is great .

Thank Richard A
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Famous street that lives up to it’s billing. Many upmarket shops as well as sights such as Trump Tower. Well worth a stroll along this iconic address

Thank Paul B
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you didn't already know; Fifth Avenue is not ONE place, it's a street, and it's really long. Personally, I prefer not to shop when I visit major cities like New York, simply because of the amount of people, but if that's something you're interested in, Fifth Avenue has many great stores. Personally I prefer strolling along 7th Avenue. I recommend starting in either Times Square and go down to Chelsea, or do it the other way around. Either way, Fifth Avenue is a great starting point for sightseeing once you reach the thirties (Street, that is).

Thank IC T
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