Best Places to Visit in NYC
NYC is among the most exciting tourist destinations in the world. Exploring the area will need weeks, but what if you’re coming to the city for a few days? Here are the best places to visit in NYC.
Times Square: Day or night, summer or winter, Times Square is always packed with visitors. Every year, many people come here to watch the well-known New Year’s Eve Ball Drop. It is home to famed Broadway shows and the best place to visit if you wish to feel the city’s hustle and bustle. Also, Times Square is a decent area to purchase gifts and souvenirs. Lots of vendors operate here providing pictures, posters, cards and shirts saying “I love NYC”.
Central Park: The 843-acre man created masterpiece located in the center of Manhattan is perhaps the most popular park in the world. There’s no better place in NYC for a morning stroll or summer picnic than the Central Park. Don’t forget to visit the memorial dedicated to John Lennon, the Strawberry Fields.
Statue of Liberty: Situated on the Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of American freedom. For years, it was the most recognizable representation of the United States. Transportation to the statue is completed by ferry. While there, don’t forget to visit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Opened in 1990, this museum is dedicated to twelve million people who entered the United States through the port of NYC between 1892 and 1954.
Empire State Building: The former tallest building in the world offers a unique chance to watch the wonderful view of the city from an observation desk, attracting over 4 thousand visitors every day. You’ll be awed by the city staying on the 102nd level of the Empire State Building.