New York is the city of all cities. Here you will find everything you need in order for you to have an unforgettable experience. The financial power, cultural freedom and sheer excitement of “the big apple” attracts millions and millions of people from all over the world.
Nothing symbolizes the meaning of New York more than the Statue of Liberty. Proudly standing on Liberty Island, she began greeting visitors and immigrants that came to America by boat in the 20th century. When the World Trade Center fell from terrorist attacks in 2001, the Statue of Liberty became an even more important figure for New Yorkers and everyone who supports openness and freedom.
Today, people can visit the One World Trade Center, the new skyscraper in Lower Manhattan. The Empire State Building is another famous skyscraper that will give you stunning views over much of Manhattan. Central Park, Broadway and Times Square are all within walking distance from Empire State Building.
High Line is one of New York’s newest and most beloved attractions. Situated on an old freight rail line, this beautiful park displays everything from creative art to plants and flowers. The park will keep you within distance from nice neighbourhoods such as Chelsea and Greenwich Village.
New York is also home to some of the most famous museums in the world. The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of National History attracts between 5 and 6 million visitors per year.
Restaurants and late-night entertainment can be found all over city, especially around the city centre of Manhattan. The New York City Subway is one of the world’s most used metro systems and can be used 24 hours per day. You can also choose to ride the bus or call for a yellow taxi, one of New York’s most distinctive features.