Sex & the City will always be one of those TV shows that is timeless, no matter how long it’s been off the air. The show, that encompassed being single in New York City, has taught ladies real-life lessons for years. Single, taken, married or divorced – these lessons about friendship and living in a big city are as real as it gets. And, no matter which city you may live in across the world, navigating the dating scene and having real, genuine friendships are universal truths we could all use some help in every once in a while. While we re-watch the show, have a girls night with the movies and quote every character – there’s nothing like visiting the monumental places that the four ladies from Sex & the City frequented in the show. And, who better to show you than Carrie Bradshaw herself?
Now, it’s all possible and your wildest dreams are coming true because, you can go on a New York City tour via Sex & the City – hosted by Sarah Jessica Parker. The tour, which is offered through Airbnb, costs $400 per ticket. However, all proceeds go directly to charity – helping keep the New York City Ballet alive. According to SJP herself:
What better way to meet than at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street, an iconic NYC landmark, for what I hope is an unforgettable shoe-shopping experience. I’ll help you find the perfect pair of shoes from the SJP Collection to complete your look. As we peruse the shoe department, I’ll tell you about the line and how the city that never sleeps helped inspire it. Next we’ll head to Forty Carrots for what some may say is the best frozen yogurt in NYC and we’ll chat about my city and why I’ve called it home for so many years. After that, I’ll send you off in your new SJP shoes to a special evening at the exquisite and incomparable New York City Ballet. You’ll have some of the best seats in the house, plus some VIP surprises. It’ll be a night you won’t soon forget.
SJP takes groups of four people at a time (so basically, you can be the real life Sex & the City girls) and, you’ll go to: “Bloomingdale’s on the Upper East Side for shopping and treats, then I’ll send you off for a performance at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for the New York City Ballet.”
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