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Lara Jean Song Covey might be in a committed relationship with Peter Kavinsky, but she takes on another love in To All the Boys: Always and Forever: New York City. During their senior year class trip, Lara Jean, Chris, Peter, Trevor, and the rest of the gang joyously check out all that the city has to offer, and their adventures are packed with landmark stops in NYC. Just on the bus ride to their hotel, the group passes by the Freedom Tower, Chrysler Building, Radio City Music Hall, and New York Public Library. And of course, there's a whole montage set to Suzi Wu's "Eat Them Apples" as they unabashedly take touristy selfies in, wink wink, the Big Apple.

Needless to say, Lara Jean and Peter's time in the city is a whirlwind. As Lauv puts it in the beloved song from the movies, they just know how "to be young and in love in New York City." In case you need a bucket list for your next NYC escape like Lara Jean and Peter K's, we've rounded up all the major spots that they hit up!

Related: Always and Forever: Lara Jean and Peter Officially Have a Song, So Get Your Earbuds Ready


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