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  • Top sights

    Central Park
    1. Central Park
    2. Brooklyn Bridge Park
    3. Los Tacos No. 1
    4. Hudson River Greenway Running Path
    5. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • The best restaurants

    Los Tacos No. 1
    1. Los Tacos No. 1
    2. Crown Shy
    3. Los Mariscos
    4. Los Tacos No. 1
    5. Levain Bakery
  • Popular shopping locations

    Astor Wines & Spirits
    1. Astor Wines & Spirits
    2. Strand Bookstore
    3. Union Square Greenmarket
    4. Books Kinokuniya
    5. Fishs Eddy

You'll never run out of things to do in the city that never sleeps, from the bright lights of Broadway and Times Square to the city's world-renowned museums, shopping, and vast culinary choices. It's an incredibly diverse and active place, consisting of an intricate patchwork of neighborhoods, each with its own character and history, yet seamlessly coexisting.

Times Square
The Times Square is called the Crossroads of the World, and judging by the number of people attracted here, it appears to be true. From the bright lights of Broadway to the myriad of stores and shopping, there's nothing quite like Times Square anywhere else in the world.

Statue of Liberty
Located on Liberty Island, the Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States and it is one of the most universal and enduring symbols of political freedom. From the observation deck, enjoy spectacular views of New York City and the Harbor.

Central Park
Within this concrete jungle is a huge beautiful park and a welcome retreat for its big city inhabitants. This 843-acre park in the middle of the city is a tribute to good urban design. With its winding paths, ponds, lakes and massive green spaces, it's a frequent venue for outdoor concerts, art performances, sunbathers, joggers, walkers and picnics.




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