We know this city from songs, movies, and novels. We see it in dreams. We associate it with power, success, and steadfastness. Dear friends, welcome to New York!
Today we’re going to take a virtual tour of The Big Apple and check the most
It is the world’s famous 2.6 miles long road, the city’s main street, and the very heart of the US theatre industry. Times Square, numerous stages, shops, coffee bars, people, smiles, etc. – well, Broadway seems to be the Center of the Universe.
When you are in New York, seeing a show on Broadway is a must!
This urban park is one of the most visited parks in the USA and, probably, in the world. Besides, Central Park is one of the world’s most filmed locations. It’s very clean, cozy, and excellent for walking all year round.
That day left a mark in each heart in every corner of our planet. It’s impossible to forget the tragedy that took so many lives. This museum is an excellent tribute to those lives, and it’s something you shouldn’t miss.
Welcome to the largest art museum in the USA! And one of the world’s most visited art museums as well! Seventeen separate departments, more than 2 million masterpieces, art from every corner of Earth – probably, it’s just impossible to get enough of this cradle of culture, traditions, and eternal art.
We believe that the best way to begin your acquaintance with the city is to take a bird’s-eye view of it, and the Empire State Building is the perfect option for this. This 102-story skyscraper has a long history, and its observation deck on the 86th floor offers a mind-blowing view of New York. Besides, you’ll find excellent shops and restaurants there.
Let’s take a stroll through the unusual 1.45-mile-long linear High Line Park. An elevated section of the former New York Central Railroad spur was transformed into the lovely Promenade with numerous benches, lush greenery, and mind-blowing views. By the way, it was inspired by the same project in Paris.
No doubt it is the symbol not only of New York but of the entire USA. This gift from people of France has the fascinating history, and the statue is impressive both from the ferry passing by it and from the inside. Please note that if you want to visit the crown (and it’s an absolute must-do), you should book this tour in advance.
It’s going to be a heartbreaking experience. Futuristic, mighty, breathtaking, remarkable, and sad at the same time – One World Trade Center is definitely among the most important landmarks in NYC. Take an interactive tour and admire the beautiful scenery!
It is the most famous arena in the world that saw John Lennon, Elvis Presley, Elton John, and U2 performances. It is home to New York Rangers of the NHL, the New York Knicks of the NBA, and the New York Liberty of the WNBA. It is an incredible building that hosts conventions, conferences, and other exciting occasions. Madison Square Garden is among the first places that come to mind when thinking about what to visit in New York.
Yes, it’s just a train station, but you feel so amazed and excited when you enter it. Don’t admire this magnificent building only from outside but come in, stop for a moment – and watch the hustling world of incredible Grand Central Terminal.
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You won’t find such a variety of attractions anywhere else in the world. However, don’t forget that your cruise ship is waiting for you!
You can also check the list of the top-10 attractions in San Francisco via this link.
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