Sightseeing in NYC, New York
There are definitely thousands of places you shall go and check out while you are in NYC. However, we have created a small list of the ones you just simply cannot skip. So,there you go.
Statue of Liberty
Well, that is the number one place you shall visit as it is just like an Eiffel Tower, or Egypt Pyramids. Those are the things everyone knows about. Notably, the statue was brought to New York in 1886 as a gift from France.
The place might be better attainable from Battery Park located within the Manhattan area. However, that might still be better to take a trip to Liberty Island and take a close look at it.
That will be our second destination in NYC. And the benefit of it is that you can visit it anytime you want, it might be winter or summer. Doesn’t matter, as the park will still be a beautiful place to spend some time at. There are so many things you can do there. For instance, you may glide across Wollman Rink during the winter, and have a picnic on the grass at summer. And if you are up to seeing other attractions, you can do it without leaving Central Park as there are lots of other attractions and tourism destinations located there. Those are Belvedere Castle, as well as the Central Park Zoo, or Strawberry Fields, and many more.
If you are the one who claims him/herself the art critique, you shall come and check out that place as that is one of the most prominent and iconic cultural venues in NYC. Attending the show played on Broadway is most probably the classiest thing to do while being in NYC. However, you should know first that Broadway is not just one theatre, it is a set of those.
That is the place you should visit during the evening, and you will understand why as soon as you arrive there. The lights and banners are everywhere, anywhere you look. The place is often referred to as ‘The Crossroads of the World,’ ‘The Centre of the Universe,’ or simply the ‘heart of the world.’ And that might be explained by the fact that apart from being the main tourist places in NYC, that is also the commercial part of the city where lots of organizations and companies have their head offices.
Grand Central Terminal
That is the place you have saw in at least one of the movies or TV shows. It was opened in 1913 as a subway station. Tourists often stop by the famous stairs to take a look at the beautiful concourse, or to take a picture. There are also lots of stores and restaurants located inside the building as well. However, we do not recommend you to bring a full lunch there, as it is not likely to be of a high standard, but the price will be pretty high. The station is operating and serves all of the trains going to The Bronx, Westchester, Dutchess, and Putnam countries, as well as Fairfield and New Heaven countries in Connecticut.