New York – City that never sleeps. Vibrant, lively, cheerful and financial/commercial capital of USA(United States of America). This city lies on East Coast of US. New York is most populated city of USA. Famous for skylines, theatres, street acts, street food, glittering lights, yellow taxis and commuting system.
New york comprises of River Hudson which meets into Atlantic Ocean. It is an epicenter of Arts, theatre and dramas. Dining and Shopping capital too.
As a tourist I got to see this city only in 4 days which are very less but tried to cover as much as I can.
Top sights of New York city
1.) TIMES SQUARE – It is the major tourist destination, entertainment center, and commercial intersection in middle of Manhattan area of New York city. From you get many Bus Tours.
Both days and nights are filled with people, entertainment, lights and a nice walk around place.
2.) RIVER CRUISE TO STATUE OF LIBERTY – Take a Hudson River cruise sailing across iconic skylines of New York city, Brooklyn Bridge and across very famous Statue of Liberty. These cruises tickets are coming as total package with Bus tours of 5 day Pass also. Check all deals before booking it.
3.) Empire State Building – It is 102 story skyscraper on 5th Avenue, in midtown Manhattan. On 86th and 102nd floor there are observation decks to view whole city.
4.) Brooklyn Bridge – It is a hybrid cable/stay Suspension bridge and one of the oldest bridge in United States.
5.) Museums of New York– As there are many museums in New York, which is impossible to do all in short time. We chose Madame Tussaud’s (celebrities’ wax statues) and American Museum of History. American Museum of History is for free and for Madame Tussaud’s there are many deals and offers running on. Also a huge Q on weekends and public holidays to enter in these famous museums.
6.) Grand Terminal – It is the world’s largest train terminal with 45 track platforms and 63 tracks. It is a very historic place and preserved like olden style but not also working. Commonly known as ‘Grand Central Station.’ It is the busiest station. With 60 shops, 35 places to eat, it is beautiful historic landmark of New York city.
7.) St. Patrick’s Cathedral – Very prominent landmark of NYC due to Neo Gothic styled Roman Catholic Cathedral.
8.) Unisphere Globe – Located in front of Trump International hotel at Colombus Circle in Manhattaan.
9.) Charging Bull (Famous Wall Street Bull) – Located at Financial District of New York. It is a bronze sculpture.
10.) National September 11 Memorial & Museum – It is a very emotional and sensitive story. Paying tribute to innocent people who were killed makes your moment very emotional.
11.) Night Tour in New York – Lovely city lights and moving traffic makes you believe that this city never sleeps.
12. ) Enjoy Street Art – Walls of Street are decorates with colorful caricatures or cartoons.
13.) Street shopping and Street Food – New York is famous for food trucks with lip smacking global cuisine on roads. Many paintings, belts, caps, sun glasses are available on streets where one can do a good bargain.
14.) Bryant Park or Central Park – These parks have nice trees and nature lovers will truly love this place. Bryant Park is famous for open library – read books under trees.
There are many more places but within 4 days I can cover this many only. Hopefully I will stay in NYC for more days to cover more places.
Shopping – Macy’s(for branded stuff), Marshalls, JC Penny (for budget shopping) or from Woodbury’s Outlet Mall (on outskirts of NYC) for factory outlets of all luxury stuff.
For other East Coast Tour options in US please visit this page. There are many famous tourist destinations on East Coast which can be covered by road trip or by air travel. Itinerary for this is on this page. Click to read it.
Very soon post on Woodbury’s Outlet mall is coming for Shopping Lovers.
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