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The Mark

Madison Ave at 77th Street , New York, NY, US

from $695

Bedford Hotel

118 E 40th St , New York, NY, US

from $375

70 Park Avenue Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

70 Park Ave , New York, NY, US

from $299

Avalon Hotel

16 E 32nd Street , New York, NY, US

from $329

Washington Jefferson Hotel

318 W 51st St , New York, NY, US

from $220

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What Not to Miss When Visiting New York
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About New York, New York

Overview

Aside from being the most densely populated city in the United States, New York is also the most famous city in the country. Its neighborhoods and people have been immortalized time and again in movies, books and other forms of pop culture. The city is home to some 8 million New Yorkers making up the multi-ethnic society, some of which are descendants of migrants who first entered America through Ellis Island from the 1890s to 1920s. New York City continues to be one of the movers and shakers in the global stage, whether it may be in finance or fashion, drawing admiration from every corner of the world.

Things to Do

For a huge city that is known to shun sleep, there is no end to what visitors can do or see in New York. Sightseeing, in particular, promises views of spectacular architectural landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Manhattan Bridge. Broadway shows are not to be missed by aspiring thespians and theater fans alike too. Then, there are seasonal sports held in the city such as tennis, baseball, basketball and football. With so many fascinating happenings in and around the city, something as simple as a ride on the subway or enjoying a sunny afternoon in Central Park can provide the quintessential New York experience.

Neighborhoods

Covering an area of 300 square miles (780 square kilometers), New York is unlike any other city divided into districts. Within the five boroughs of New York City, there are neighborhoods that stand out with their own distinct identity and culture. Visit The Bronx for its world-famous zoo and the New York Botanical Garden.  You will also find Little Italy and the Latino community in this borough. Chelsea and Greenwich Village are creative hubs in the city. SoHo is one of the trendiest spots in the metropolis while Harlem is the significant birthplace of soulful music from the African-American community.

Fast Facts

  • The ubiquitous yellow cabs of New York came about when the company’s founder, John Hertz, learned that yellow is the most effective color that catches the eye.
  • Central Park is so extensive that it is even bigger than the principality of Monaco in Europe.
  • New York City was once the nation’s capital for one year, from 1789 to 1790.
  • About a quarter of the world’s gold bullion is kept in vaults, located 80 feet beneath the Federal Reserve Bank in Wall Street.
  • New York City’s subways welcome an average of 4.9 million passengers five days of the week.

Best Museums  

The Big Apple is an important center for arts and culture in the world. Find some of the biggest exhibitions, from the old to contemporary times, inside New York City’s impressive museums. Over 150,000 works of art are housed inside The Museum of Modern Art with the likes of masterpieces from Picasso, Rembrandt and Monet adorning its halls. The architecture of Guggenheim Museum is awe-inspiring itself, designed by no less than Frank Lloyd Wright. Lastly, the Metropolitan Museum of Art takes pride in preserving almost three million art pieces originating from every period and culture.

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