Things to see in New York

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in New York.
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  • Central Park is special for many reasons. First, it is a massive, beautiful park that is in the middle of one of the most iconic cities in the world. But when you step into the park, you forget the fact that you are surrounded by sk...
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  • Times Square is the most emblematic square in New York. Surely if you have ever been, you know what it is like. Its triangular shape, the giant, bright advertisments on the buildings, the New Yorkers screen announcing the end of the...
  • I couldn't miss the chance to see the Statue of Liberty and my experience was great. We took advantage of our CityPass and headed to catch the ferry in Battery Park. After waiting between 15 and 20 minutes, we boarded the ferry that...
  • Awesome, overwhelming, amazing ... There aren't enough adjectives to describe how it feels, not only to see the bridge, but to see it from inside the city itself. All the skyscrapers struggle to protrude above each other, but they f...
  • The second floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in Manhattan contains a collection of European paintings, one of the world's best collections. With 2200 pieces, this museum has many of the world's most recognizable painting...
  • The truth is that this place is amazing, both for those who like the famous chocolate sprinkles and those who do not, it is a journey most enjoyable and entertaining. I uploaded some pictures of the place inside as well as some vide...
  • The Top of the Rock is the best alternative to the Empire State Building, and has equally good if not better views and, more importantly, smaller lines! Well, the lines are pretty long, but not by New York standards anyways. You can...
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  • Before coming to New York a friend told me to go up to Top of the Rock, which is much better than the Empire State. Well, I listened. It is wonderful to see Manhattan virtually from the sky. I suffer from vertigo so I stayed about 3...
  • It's the most beautiful thing you can see - a city. For me, undoubtedly, it is the world's most impressive city for color, culture and magic in all its expressions. A journey that must be repeated at least every two years if possible.
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  • The Flatiron was the tallest building in the world for a moment in the twentieth century. Today among the rest of the New York City skyline, you are no longer surprised by the height, but its form. Located on the corner formed by th...
  • Before going to look at the overall exposure that is dedicated, be warned that it may be a big disappointment. If you just want to admire the building's structure, which itself is worth, you can enter the lobby and admire it from be...
  • Well, yes. It's in a park in the middle of business area and is one of the monuments (sculptures) that is in demand for photos. By the time we arrived there was a tour of Chinese children and we decided to leave because we expected ...
  • There are few sights which can be said are more impressive in the world than that of the skyscrapers of New York. Despite the gap left by the twin towers, it is still impressive. Especially from Ellis Island or the Island of the Sta...
  • This was funny because I was there at night in the winter, and the market actually seemed futuristic like a Mad Max movie. It is full of shops and stalls with goodies, including cans of flags of our country. The advantage of going w...
  • Ground Zero is the name given to the southern part of Manhattan where the Twin Towers were before the attacks of September 11. Now (we were there in July 2011) there is a flurry of workers building a huge complex with two new towers...
  • After six days in the Big Apple and you're so accustomed to meters and transports that you relax with a newspaper between destinies .... you look at the pages of the paper and find something as moving as an ad for a drink .... terra...
  • MOMA is the acronym for Museum of Modern Art opened in 1929, founded by American philanthropists among whom was Rockefeller. It is one of the best modern art museums worldwide. It is one of the modern shrines of modern and contempor...
  • Grand Central Station was the first railway station to be built in the city, at a time when people still preferred travelling by horse, and prostitutes still walked up Park Avenue ... With the development of the city it was decided ...
  • It is the largest LEGO store in the world. Rockfeller Center Square is the plaza represented in the store. The interior is spectacular. The distribution of the pieces is amazing with all the thousands that are right there at hand. I...
  • When you are in New York, you must go to this place. From here, you will see magnificent views of the Brooklyn Bridge, several restaurants where you can eat at an affordable price. Facing South Street Seaport (across the road) you f...
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  • When I got to Coney Island, I was amazed at the place, it was like stepping back in time. Its attractions remind me of America in the twenties, with their freak shows, roller coaster, the cyclone which is one of the oldest in New Yo...
  • The Staten Island Ferry is a must in New York and is one of those experiences you never forget. Before going to NY I was told a thousand times, "don't miss the Staten Island Ferry, don't miss it!". You can not imagine the feeling of...
  • One of the most famous streets in New York, and probably the world. However, for tourists, except for one who goes with a lot of money, it's just a place for taking a stroll or going somewhere special like the Apple store, the NBA S...
  • We spent an entire morning at the Museum of Natural History, and we personally chose to visit because it has the best and most extensive collection of dinosaur bones in the world. It opens at 10 am and admission is about $20. The ma...
  • New York from below is spectacular: you arrive and nearly almost break your neck appreciating building heights. You realize before you go you can never approach all the sights, and though there are skyscrapers, almost every building...
  • 7th Avenue represents the heart of Manhattan. It runs alongside fifth and sixth until it intersects Broadway in Times Square. It is a typical New York street: lots of taxis, shops, restaurants, light, noise, and life. You can't stop...
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