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New York isn’t just the largest city in the USA, it is also a major economic hub with its powerful banks and the New York Stock Exchange. New Yorkers love their city – and they have every reason to. The list of attractions and activities goes on and on. Central Park? The Statue of Liberty? Art and culture in the Museum of Modern Art or Carnegie Hall? The best musicals in the world on Broadway or jazz in the legendary Blue Note jazz club? To experience the real New York, you’ll need plenty of time.
A note of interest for you: New York City is often only associated with Manhattan, yet the city has a total of five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island. Each of these districts has its own charm and is well worth a visit.
New York is the city of superlatives and nowhere else are there so many ways to see a city from above as in the Big Apple. The highest view of the city is from the One World Observatory, located in the tallest building in the city: the One World Trade Center. Classics like the Empire State Building, however, also offer great views onto the city. Not quite as high, but no less spectacular, is a trip to the observatory deck in Lady Liberty’s crown. Following your visit, you may choose to go on an extravagant shopping spree or visit one of the countless world-famous museums. Whatever your personal taste may be, New York has something to offer. Located in Manhattan, Central Park is a green oasis in which you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. It even features a zoo. Then there’s High Line Park, a park landscape above the city streets, along an old above-ground train track.
New York’s diversity is also evident in the city’s many restaurants. There is a wide variety of dishes from all over the world on the menus, reflecting the diversity of the city’s immigrants too. There is a lot to see and experience and not only during the day – not for nothing is New York called “the city that never sleeps”. There is plenty on offer in terms of night-time entertainment: whether you want to spend your evening in one of the legendary jazz clubs, or in a night club, New York offers many ways to spend a sleepless night.