New York City is the metropolitan hub of the world. It is one of most visited cities in the whole world and a dream destination for many travelers.
Why shouldn’t it be? It has the glorious Manhattan Skyline, the looming Empire state Building, the historic Statue of Liberty, and much, much more. Anyone who is seeking success still goes to live in the New York City.
New York is a microcosm of business, art, culture, films, economy, and modernity. They all come together to give this city a new look. Here, you can see top business people next to homeless ones.
A famous borough is Manhattan, as well as the crowded Times Square, the Empire state building, and Central Park, which are are all located between the Hudson and the East rivers.
Brooklyn is an artist’s paradise. It has an artsy neighborhood with young talents, music venues, and stunning beaches. The Bronx is famous for its baseball team. Staten Island does not have the defining modern character that the rest of New York City does. It has got a subtle suburban vibe to it. Queens County is located in the south of Brooklyn. It is the most ethnically rich region in the whole city.
New York City can be an enormous and crowded place to visit. The best thing you can do to visit is to get an Explorer Pass to enjoy most of the major attractions. Or, you can visit the many attractions at odd times or during weekdays. For example, try going to the Empire state building at midnight.
Famous Broadway shows are an attraction for wanna-be actors. Famous musical and dance companies like the Brooklyn Academy of music and the Metropolitan Opera are a delight to watch. You can watch movies at this film capital in multiplexes or theaters like Film Forum or the Angelika film center.
The costs of living in New York can be very high. Accommodation in standard hotels can be expensive for a visitor. It is best to book hotel rooms in Brooklyn region or outside the city. Public transport like metros and subways can be used if you have Metrocards. But there is no better way to experience the City than on foot. Take subway and walk. If you get tired, you can always wave your hands and say “taxi!“
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September 3, 2016 11:31 am 5 Comments