New York City Travel Guide

New York City Travel Guide

New York is a city with various races and cultures, iconic images and a sense of togetherness. With yellow taxis, skyscrapers, steam vents, and great people, you won’t find another place like that in the world. In other words, New York has a unique personality and is a place that everyone must visit at least once in their lives. Whether you enjoy shopping, walking in Central Park, experiencing the money building on Wall Street or just relaxing while having lunch at one of the many city visitors, New York has something for everyone.

After you experience this amazing city, you will want to come back repeatedly, every time you find something new. You can experience all the main suburbs by foot, taxi or bus. From Little Italy to Brooklyn and Chinatown to Manhattan, there is so much to explore and explore.

Eating out is a separate experience, with thousands of restaurants you will be truly spoiled for choice. Favorites include Diner which is a converted dining car, Chat ‘n’ Chew where friends gather for an old ‘chin-wag’ that is good on a large Holy Cow burger or delicious macaroni cheese and not forgetting the New York Institute which is the 21 Club.

Manhattan

The oldest Manhattan of the five regions in New York City, Manhattan is the main commercial, financial and cultural center of the United States. Manhattan has many famous landmarks, attractions, museums and universities. The other four boroughs are the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

The Bronx

This is the only area located mainly on land. Although the Bronx is densely populated, about twenty-five percent of its territory is open space which includes the Bronx Zoo, the New York Botanical Garden, Pelham Bay Park, Van Cortlandt Park, and the Woodlawn Cemetery.

Brooklyn

This is the most congested …

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