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A trip to New York is incomplete without a stroll through Central Park, no matter what time of year you’re on vacation. It is the world’s most famous park and is right in the heart of the city! It is a breath of fresh air and the perfect way to reconnect with nature in the middle of one of the world’s busiest cities.
The area where Broadway meets Seventh Avenue, better known as Times Square, is one of New York’s most popular points of interest and somewhere you must visit at least once on vacation.
There’s an extraordinary number of buildings in Manhattan so it’s a great idea to take in views of the city from a panoramic viewpoint. To do so, make sure to include a trip to one of New York’s main observation points – the Empire State Building – in your itinerary.
An impressive station, with so many platforms , it is considered one of the largest in the world. As well as catching the subway, one can also visit the Grand Central market or the food court for great food options. Or take in the restored ceiling of the Grand Hall as the majestic flag of the United States hangs above.
Inaugurated in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was already considered one of the world’s largest suspension bridges. It connects Manhattan to Brooklyn and crosses over the East River. It is one of New York’s most visited tourist attractions and somewhere that’s somehow it’s always full of people. It spans 1,595 feet (495 meters) in length, and you can walk, cycle or drive across it. It is a beautiful place to see the sun rise or set!
Fifth Avenue is one of Manhattan's most important avenues. It divides Manhattan from east to west and has shops, museums, old mansions and many luxury boutiques. It is a great place to shop because you will find everything from mainstream shops to the most sophisticated boutiques!
The greatest landmark of the United States, the Statue of Liberty, is a representation of freedom and hope for the thousands of immigrants who reached the United States seeking a better life. This 305 feet (93 meters) tall statue can be found on Liberty Island in New York Bay and can be reached by boat from Battery Park.
Discover Bryant Park, a well-known park in New York frequented by the city’s residents. Located in midtown Manhattan, in the most touristy part of New York, Bryant Park is a very welcoming place for people to rest, read a book, have a picnic or even sunbathe.
Rockefeller Center is a complex currently made up of 19 buildings, including shops, restaurants and various entertainment options. During Christmas, this is where you’ll find New York's most famous Christmas tree, which attracts millions of tourists every year and turns the place into one of the city's must-see sights.
The United Nations Headquarters is located in New York City. It was designed by a team of architects from different countries, led by Wallace Harrison, and the final design was based on proposals made by Oscar Niemeyer and Le Corbusier. It was built between 1949 and 1952 and is located on the East Side of Manhattan.
Among the luxury stores and famous landmarks of New York's Fith Avenue, the highlight is St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Between 50th and 51st Streets, and adjacent to Rockfeller Center, the cathedral is a historic landmark of the city. Charming and beautiful, the church opened in 1879 built with white marble and has two 330 feet (100 meters) high towers.