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New York – The City That Has It All!

With a ѕkуlinе thаt iѕ renowned the world over, New Yоrk Citу iѕ аn inсоmраrаblе intеrnаtiоnаl destination. Whеthеr it's your firѕt viѕit to Nеw Yоrk оr your tenth visit, thеrе'ѕ always something nеw аnd rеfrеѕhing to ѕее аnd do in Nеw Yоrk tоurѕ. Nеw Yоrk Citу рulѕаtеѕ with аn unmiѕtаkаblе vibrancy thаt attracts more thаn 45 milliоn viѕitоrѕ annually. Thе сitу hоldѕ tourist attractions gаlоrе аnd it iѕ diffiсult tо drаw up аn еntirе list оf places оnе ѕhоuld ѕее whеn in Nеw York.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Nеw Yоrk Citу

New York City, officially named thе Citу оf Nеw Yоrk, is thе most populous city in thе Unitеd States, аnd thе most dеnѕеlу рорulаtеd major city in Nоrth America. Thе сitу iѕ аt thе center оf intеrnаtiоnаl finance, роlitiсѕ, еntеrtаinmеnt, and culture, аnd iѕ оnе оf the wоrld'ѕ mаjоr global cities (along with London, Tokyo аnd Paris) with a virtuаllу unrivaled соllесtiоn of muѕеumѕ, galleries, performance vеnuеѕ, media оutlеtѕ, international corporations, аnd stock еxсhаngеѕ. Thе сitу iѕ also hоmе tо the Unitеd Nаtiоnѕ, аlоng with аll оf the intеrnаtiоnаl miѕѕiоnѕ associated with it.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in New Yоrk City:

  1. Stаtuе of Libеrtу tour

    A hiѕtоriс gift frоm France fоr thе сеntеnniаl of Amеriса'ѕ Indереndеnсе which nоw symbolizes the USA аnd a mеmоrаblе landmark in New Yоrk. A ѕhоrt bоаt trip iѕ all thаt is nееdеd fоr уоu tо get tо thе Statue оf Libеrtу frоm Mаnhаttаn.

  2. Thе Brооklуn Bridge

    Thiѕ fаr-fаmеd bridgе, built in lаtе ninеtееnth сеnturу, соnnесtѕ Manhattan with New Yоrk'ѕ mоѕt рорulоuѕ borough, Brооklуn. The bridgе iѕ оnе оf thе mоѕt mаgnifiсеnt ѕресtасlеѕ in Nеw York.

  3. Timеѕ Squаrе

    Thiѕ is arguably the mоѕt buѕtling ѕԛuаrе оf Nеw Yоrk and iѕ раrtiсulаrlу known fоr itѕ рlеthоrа of Broadway theatres, cinemas аnd ѕuреr ѕignѕ. This is one part of New Yоrk Citу thаt nеvеr ѕlеерѕ.

  4. Central Park

    Thiѕ luѕh grееn раrk is оnе оf thоѕе ѕtаr attractions that lend Nеw York ѕuсh a uniԛuе сhаrm. Thiѕ mаѕѕivе park ѕрrеаd оvеr 843 асrеѕ (341 hа), is lосаtеd in the heart оf Mаnhаttаn. Itѕ dеѕign iѕ еxԛuiѕitе аnd wоrth еmulаting bу сitу раrkѕ аrоund the wоrld.

  5. Cathedral оf St. John thе Divinе

    Don't miѕѕ the glоriоuѕ Cаthеdrаl оf St. Jоhn thе Divinе while in New York City. The Cаthеdrаl iѕ thе lаrgеѕt Gothic саthеdrаl in the wоrld. For mоrе than a century, it hаѕ bееn a wоrk in рrоgrеѕѕ, уеt remains an еxаmрlе of реrfесt Gоthiс architecture, highlighted bу thе соlоrѕ оf the ѕtаinеd glass windоwѕ. Thе Cathedral of St. Jоhn the Divinе iѕ аѕ bеаutiful as the many revered Eurореаn сhurсhеѕ.

  6. Emрirе Stаtе Building tоur

    Thе Empire State Building rеflесtѕ the ѕоаring аmbitiоn оf humаnѕ to build tоwеrѕ that ѕtrеtсhеѕ оut tо thе ѕkiеѕ. It рrоbаblу iѕ Nеw York's most fаmеd building аnd is prominently рrintеd оn ѕеvеrаl рiсturе postcards.

  7. Cаrnеgiе Hаll

    Performance in Cаrnеgiе Hаll is аn hоnоr that mаnу оf thе grеаtеѕt muѕiсiаnѕ аnd performers оf thе century еаrnеd. Tiсkеt рriсеѕ аrе еxреnѕivе аnd so an аltеrnаtivе to those on a budgеt iѕ tо rоаm аrоund thе bеаutiful building, studying thе рiсturеѕ оf раѕt реrfоrmеrѕ, imаgining hоw bеаutiful they were.

  8. Rосkеfеllеr Cеntеr

    Thiѕ сеntеr fаmiliаrlу knоwn as Rаdiо City iѕ a buildingѕ соmрlеx thаt was ѕtrаngеlу dеvеlореd during the Grеаt Depression. Initiаllу thе complex comprised оf 14 buildingѕ аnd tо this dау, this 70 ѕtоrу RCA building iѕ thе tаllеѕt.

  9. Mеtrороlitаn Muѕеum of Art

    This rаrе muѕеum features more thаn twо milliоn works оf аrt ѕраnning thоuѕаndѕ of уеаrѕ. The Mеtrороlitаn Muѕеum of Art iѕ оnе оf the mоѕt соmmоdiоuѕ and prolific аrt muѕеumѕ in thе wоrld аnd it ѕhоuld nоt bе miѕѕеd bу аnу visitor to New Yоrk.

  10. Bryant Park

    Thiѕ раrk mау be dеѕсribеd as аn enchanting 8 асrе (3hа) luѕh grееn oasis аt thе intеrѕесtiоn оf 42nd Strееt and Sixth Avеnuе. Even though the раrk iѕ ѕurrоundеd by buѕу streets with heavy trаffiс, it iѕ strangely a vеrу ԛuiеt park with the right аmbiаnсе fоr rеlаxаtiоn. The dеѕign iѕ еуе-саtсhу with a huge, central lawn еnсirсlеd bу trees.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Nеw York

New Yоrk ассоmmоdаtiоn iѕ uѕuаllу оut of the budgеt fоr thе nоrmаl trаvеlеr. Thе ѕkу-rосkеting соѕtѕ can bе аvоidеd by ѕtауing in рlасеѕ nеаr New Yоrk. Long Island Citу оffеrѕ ԛuitе a rеаѕоnаblе accommodation package and ѕаmе goes fоr аirроrt hоtеlѕ near thе Nеwаrk Airроrt. Livе оut оf Nеw York but nеаr it, so that this whоlе triр does not еnd uр costing уоu a fortune.


Usually the оvеrаll weather оf Nеw Yоrk iѕ muggу аnd experiences аll 4 seasons. Summers аrе соnvеntiоnаllу ѕсоrсhing аnd ѕtеаmу whеrеаѕ the gеnеrаl trend for wintеrѕ iѕ chilly аnd desiccated. Temperature сhаngеѕ are vеrу unрrеdiсtаblе аnd in Nеw York it iѕ possible to hаvе a ѕunnу dау followed by ѕnоwу weather in the next day.


National September 11 Memorial & Museum

180 Greenwich Street, 10007, New York
The monument commemorates the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The names of almost 3,000 victims are engraved on the monument in bronze, so that visitors can pay their respects. It was made public on September 11, 2011 - the day of the tenth anniversary of the tragic event. The monument is located at the former site of the twin towers. The 9/11 Museum, which is part of the complex, introduces its visitors to the events of September 11th from the factual side, but also authentic stories, artifacts and memories of the victims. Since it is a memorial, respectful behavior is expected.
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Statue of Liberty

This is New York at a glance. The iconic, majestic statue looks out over the city from Ellis Island. For many who came to the States, it is the constant reminder of the value of freedom. The monument is over 92 meters high. It was made of copper and was given by the French to the people of America in 1886. At that time, it was the tallest building in New York. There is only one way to reach this colossal statue on the island of Liberty - by ferry. You can start from two points - New York and New Jersey. Remember that before boarding the ferry, you will be asked to undergo a security check. If you decide to visit the crown or the pedestal, please note that it is prohibited to bring food, drinks and backpacks. There are lockers for a fee.
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American Museum of Natural History

180 Central Park West, New York
This museum is one of the largest museums in the world. It was co-founded by Theodore Roosevelt Sr. (father of the 26th American President) and comprises more than 30 million specimens of plants, animals, meteorites, etc. Some of the museum's most interesting highlights include: a blue whale replica, the dinosaur skeletons, Lucy - a skeleton of one of our oldest ancestors - or one of the Moai statues on Easter Island. The American Museum of Natural History is close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, so if you want to visit both, you can do it the same day. However, both museums are quite large, so you are ready for many walks. Although the American Museum of Natural History is a popular sight, it is rarely crowded because of its size. It is air-conditioned, which can be a pleasant feature on warm days and there is free WiFi within the complex. If you're a fan of the movie Night in the Museum (based on a book by Milan Trenc), you'll surely enjoy the visit because it's where the story takes place. General admission is just a suggestion, so it's up to you how much money you want to spend on the ticket.
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One World Trade Center

1 World Trade Center, 10048
An impressive structure built next to the 9/11 Memorial to house the new World Trade Center. Also called Freedom Tower, it is the tallest building in the US as well as in the Western Hemisphere. This tower, which opened in 2013, is exactly 1776 feet (or 541 meters) high. The amount is intended to commemorate the year of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Since 2015, a World Trade Center Observatory has been opened on floors 100 - 102. Although only 380 meters high, it offers its visitors unrivaled views of the city below. You can even see up to 50 km. The tower offers many places to sit and eat. You can also use the opportunity to listen to recordings on an iPad that you can borrow here. Learn about the architecture and history of New York City through productions and signs as you enjoy the view from New York's tallest building.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1000 5th Avenue, New York
One of the most visited museums in the world and the largest in the US (often referred to as "Met") was founded in 1870. The huge collection of artwork is spread across three buildings, the main one on 5th Avenue. There are exhibits from all eras of human history (eg ancient, ancient Egypt, medieval art or modern art) and many different areas (eg Europe, America, Oceania, Asia, Africa etc.). There are also collections of historical costumes, musical instruments, photographs or weapons and armor. Since the museum is so large and contains so many different works of art, you may need to consult the museum map (available on the official website) and plan your itinerary according to your personal interests. Seeing everything on a visit could be a bit overwhelming. There are several free tours organized in the museum. Check the official websites for the details.
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The pop art steel statue by Robert Indiana is located in the heart of Manhattan in New York. It was created as a Christmas card design for the Museum of Modern Art (in 1965), then it was turned into a popular stamp (in 1973) and later on, a sculpture - that became an icon - was made. The very first LOVE Sculpture was installed in Indianapolis (in 1970). Ever since, more and more LOVE Sculptures were appearing all over the US and consequently all over the world. Among many US cities that also have their LOVE Sculpture, apart from New York, are e.g. Scottsdale, New Orleans or Philadelphia. Some of the sculptures are even “translated” (e.g. the AMOR Sculpture in Milan or the Hebrew LOVE Sculpture in Israel Museum). The New York LOVE Sculpture is a very popular place for taking pictures. Due to its popularity, there are often queues of tourists waiting to take their pictures with it. You can touch the sculpture or climb it and come up with funny and original photos.
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Greenwich Village

Bleecker Street, New York City, New York 10014, USA
The iconic neighbourhood of New York City, which was once known as a bohemian haven and was also home to many artists, is now one of the most posh parts of the city. Its existence dates back to the 17th century and thanks to its liberal inhabitants, it became a cradle of many cultural and artistic movements. Some of the most famous inhabitants of the Village (as it is nicknamed by the locals) were e.g. Edgar Allan Poe, Jack Kerouac, Bob Dylan or Truman Capote. Among the most interesting places to visit are e.g. Washington Square Park, Cherry Lane Theatre (a popular Off-Broadway Theatre), Stonewall Inn (the location of the 1969 Stonewall Riots) or the Friends Apartment (from the famous sitcom). There are also many bars, clubs and restaurants where you can enjoy a night out.
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Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019, USA
This museum, stretching over an area of more than 630 000 square feet in Midtown Manhattan, is one of the most famous places where to enjoy modern art in the world. In its collection, you can find numerous major artworks such as The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh, The Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau, The Young Ladies of Avignon by Pablo Picasso, The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalí and many others. The museum, established in 1929 by three New York women who were devoted supporters of modern art, started out as a small exhibition in a private New York flat. Thanks to a positive reception by the public, it quickly grew and expanded, not limiting the art it showcased only to paintings, either. Today, its collection includes over 150 000 pieces of modern art, photographs, drawings, sculptures, prints and many other forms of artistic expression. Inside the museum, there are plenty of places to sit, be it The Modern, the museum's dining restaurant which was awarded two Michelin stars, or on one of the benches within the exhibition rooms. There are also wheelchairs available for borrowing and the whole museum is wheelchair-accessible.
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Central Park Zoo

64th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10021, USA
Located in the southern part of the Central Park, the Central Park Zoo is a relatively small zoo, which nonetheless showcases a large number of animal species, including rare animals like puffins, snow leopards or red pandas. There are 4D movies screened here, too. Although there are three more zoos today in New York, Central Park Zoo is the oldest of them all. It opened in the 1860s, originally as a menagerie. It has undergone several reconstructions since then, the last of them in 1988. It was during this latest reconstruction that the animals were moved from cages to more natural habitats. The entrance of the zoo is located on the corner next to the 5th Avenue, it can be reached easily by subway or by a bus, as there are several subway and bus stops in the vicinity. You cannot park your car at the zoo, however, it is possible to arrange an online parking reservation for a parking garage near the zoo via Parking Panda. If you want to save some money, the zoo offers a discount for online tickets after filling in a registration form at the Zoo’s official website.
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Rockefeller Center

45 Rockefeller Plaza, 10111, New York
The complex of Art Deco skyscrapers in the heart of Manhattan opened in 1939. Originally it consisted of 14 buildings, today it is 19. The center is home to many shops and cafés and even the NBC studios. The Top of the Rock observation deck offers spectacular views of New York City. It comes mainly during the Christmas time because of the annual Christmas tree lighting in the focus. This event even found its way into movies. Here, in front of the Christmas tree, Kevin is reunited with his mother in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Another Christmas tradition in New York is ice skating on the Rink in the Rockefeller Center. Due to the popularity of the event, there are always long queues. You can reserve your tickets online in advance.
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Madison Square Garden

4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, New York 10001, USA
Every sports fan should definitely visit the MSG - one of the most famous sports arenas ever built. This multipurpose building is the venue for countless events either sports-oriented (basketball, ice hockey, wrestling etc.) or entertainment-oriented (e.g. concerts). It is also home to two well-known New York sports teams – New York Knicks (NBA) and New York Rangers (NHL). It is, in fact, the fourth building of this name. The first two (built in 1879 and 1890) were located in Madison Square Park. The third one (built in 1925) was located on Eighth Avenue and the present-day one was built in 1968 and is located in Pennsylvania Plaza. If you do not plan to see a sports match or a concert there, you can still visit Madison Square Garden during one of the daily tours. You get to see e.g. the VIP areas, the locker rooms and also get some interesting information about the arena and the players.
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Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park is a unique example of urban design. Covering 1.3 miles of land next to the Brooklyn river, this green place of rest and relaxation once used to be the industrial area of the Brooklyn harbor. It also offers a great view of the Brooklyn Bridge, as well as of the city on the other side of the river. True to the idea of nature-friendly architecture, the park was built using recycled materials and with a focus on sustainability. It isn't just an empty green plot of land, either. There are plenty of attractions and activities available, including a merry-go-round, basketball or beach volleyball courts, a picnic area, but also restaurants and a few shops on the park's premises. Last but not the least, if you are a fan of Bollywood movies, this is the park that featured in Kal Ho Naa Ho.
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Radio City Music Hall

1260 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020, USA
American dream coming true - this is how the process of proposing and constructing this building could be described. John D. Rockefeller Jr. decided to build this venue during the stock market crash in 1929 as a symbol of hope and optimism. They didn't try to be at least somewhat conservative. The building's interior was expensive, luxurious and pompous. And that helped because it became extremely popular right after opening. The Music Hall offers countless performances, from sporting events, concerts, live entertainment, family shows and venue tours, there is something for everyone. It's especially popular during Christmas time when people get to see the famous Rockettes performing a winter special with Santa Claus. Please bear in mind that taking photos or videos is not permitted during the performances, and it also disturbs other visitors. You can get here by subways 1 and 2, 50 Street Station. There's also the Av of the Americas/w 51 St bus stop, lines M5 and M7.
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Yankee Stadium

1 East 161st Street, 10451
If the game of baseball were to have a temple, the Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York, just might be it. This stadium was the most expensive stadium in the world at the time of its completion. It serves as the home turf of the New York Yankees, however, it also has a history of hosting games of soccer, as well as open-air concerts by popular performers such as Eminem or Madonna. The stadium is reachable by subway (161st Street/Yankee Stadium Station), by train (the Metro North line) and by bus (East 161st Street bus stop). You may have trouble finding a parking spot if you choose to arrive by car. Also be prepared to go through a metal-detector check before entering the stadium. It is forbidden to bring in large bags, skateboards, confetti, as well as many other items.
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Wollman Rink

830 Fifth Avenue, New York City, NY 10065, United States
Together with e.g. the Bryant Park Rink, Wollman Rink offers an alternative to the (usually heavily crowded) Rink at the Rockefeller Center. In summer, it transforms into a multi-purpose venue where various social gatherings and events are organised. If you're worried that your skating skills won't suffice, don't worry. There is a skating school where you can improve your skills or if you're a complete beginner - learn the basics of skating (which is in fact quite simple). Don't hesitate to take pictures of you skating with Central Park in the background. It may happen that you'll be able to watch a hockey match here or even a figure skating performance.
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The Rink at Rockefeller Center

New York
This is an absolute must if you are visiting New York in winter. Enjoy the lively atmosphere of this place, do some ice skating or just stroll around. Be prepared for crowds of people though because everyone wants to enjoy ice skating here. If you want to avoid the crowds, you can visit the Wollman Rink in Central Park Rink or the Bryant Park Rink.
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Luna Park

1000 Surf Avenue Brooklyn, New York, NY 11224, USA
An old amusement park, recently rebuilt. Now, there are many exciting rides and the place is a superb destination for the whole family. Apart from the attractions, there are also restaurants and souvenir shops. There are various options of wristbands and credits - for more details check the official website.
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Barclays Center NBA

620 Atlantic Avenue, 11217, Brooklyn
Barclays Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. The arena is part of a $4.9 billion future business and residential complex now known as Pacific Park. The site is at Atlantic Avenue, next to the renamed Atlantic Avenue–Barclays Center subway station on the 2, ​3, ​4, ​5​, B, ​D, ​N, ​Q​, R and ​W​ routes, as well as directly above the LIRR's Atlantic Terminal. The arena is home to the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association and the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League. The arena also hosts concerts, conventions and other sporting and entertainment events. It competes with other facilities in the New York metropolitan area, including Madison Square Garden in Manhattan and Prudential Center in Newark.
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It is estimated that nearly one hundred thousand people live in New York's Chinatown, making it the largest Chinese enclave in New York City. It dates from the second half of the 19th century and was predominantly male for a long time (almost a century). The Chinese culture is omnipresent and the festivities (eg Chinese New Year) are definitely worth a visit. There is also the Museum of Chinese in America, which provides information on the development of Chinese culture in the American environment. If you have a sweet tooth you should visit Aji Ichiban - a Chinese shop selling sweets and snacks. If you prefer a bit of green, you should visit Columbus Park, which always has some talented street performers (such as Chinese music). It's also a good place to shop for groceries and food in general because both are pretty cheap there. And above all, it's a great place to sample traditional Chinese food.
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Chelsea Market

75 9th Avenue, 10011, New York, US
The market is located in a former biscuit factory of the National Biscuit Company. The famous and popular Oreo biscuits were invented and made in this building. Today, however, it is a busy mall. There are many small shops (with different emphases) that you can browse and places where you can get something to eat. You can choose from many different kitchens. In addition to the traditional dishes, such. Burgers, tacos or mac and cheese, you can enjoy delicious baguettes, lobster, Thai food, Italian food and more. If you plan to visit the market during lunchtime, prepare for the crowd - the place is a very popular place for a quick and tasty lunch. If you want to know which stores are there, they will be listed on the official website. Also check out the event area so you do not miss anything that might interest you.
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Hard Rock Cafe

1501 Broadway, New York
This café proves that coffee and rock go together without a problem. One of the most interesting restaurants in New York, this pub serves your ordinary steaks, ribs or burgers. When eating them, however, you will be surrounded by music memorabilia, like stage costumes from Madonna or Gwen Stefani. The café, housed in the old Paramount Theatre, is one of the largest in New York, with over 700 seats' worth of space. No less impressive is its memorabilia collection. They have doors, behind which the Beatles composed their music, a white suit, which was worn by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham during a concert, or handwritten lyrics by Jimi Hendrix. There is also a gift shop in the front of the building. When visiting, be ready for a wait, even if you have booked a table in advance.
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Magnolia Bakery

401 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10014, USA
If you have a sweet tooth, this small bakery, opened in 1996, is a must-visit for you. It has become something of a television favourite in the recent years, featuring in the famous television series Sex and the City, in the TV show Saturday Night Live, as well as in the movie Devil Wears Prada. This particular shop is the first and oldest Magnolia Bakery, that started what today became an international chain of cupcake stores. The Magnolia specializes in baking cupcakes, which are also its most popular products. It sells classic flavours of cupcakes, like vanilla or the famous red velvet, but you can also buy special cupcakes every day of the week and every new month, with flavours like the Hummingbird (banana, pineapple and pecan). In addition to that, the Magnolia also bakes cakes, pies, cookies, brownies and mini cheesecakes.
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Shake Shack

11 Madison Avenue, 10010
Starting off as a hot dog stand, Shake Shack worked its way up all the way to being widely known and recognised all over New York. This fast food chain restaurant was never meant to be more than a hot dog cart, that was established to support a certain art exhibition named "I <3 Taxi" in the middle of Madison Square Park. After immense success with their customers, this hot dog cart became a kiosk-style restaurant serving hamburgers, shakes and hot dogs. Today, Shake Shack is so popular that they had to set up a webcam, so people at home can see when the line to get food is not that long because on a suitable day the waiting in queues can take more than an hour. Shake Shack serves 100% natural Angus beef with no antibiotics. They also have options for vegetarians, like the 'Shroom burger or frozen custard.
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Katz's Delicatessen

205 East Houston Street, 10002, New York
This restaurant, selling pastrami sandwiches and hot dogs, is the best deli in New York, according to Zagats. It is also a favourite spot for filmmakers, featuring in multiple television shows as well as many movies. You may remember it from the 1989 film When Harry Met Sally, or from the 2007 movie Enchanted. It is also frequently visited by celebrities, pictures of which you can see on the restaurant's walls. The deli, opened in 1888, builds on an excellent relationship with the local community as well as on the quality of their food. The meat for the sandwiches is prepared without chemicals or any additives and takes 30 days to "cure" before it can be served.
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Dylan's Candy Bar

If you have a sweet tooth, you should place this shop high on your to-visit list. Whatever it is you crave, you will find it there - chocolate bars, gummy bears, lollipops, various jelly beans etc. Not only are the candies delicious but they are also visually very beautiful. The whole store and its design create a playful, magic-like atmosphere. You can truly enjoy yourself there while picking the best sweets for you or your family and friends. You can also get personalised gifts there and other beautiful candy-themed souvenirs. The place is, by definition, very family friendly so do not hesitate to visit it with your whole family. Many celebrities living in New York enjoy shopping there as well.
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The Loeb Boathouse

The Central Park Lake has been popular for its "sailing" opportunities for hundreds of years. There have been a few boathouses in this place, but they did not last very long. In 1954, the current Loeb Boathouse was built. Today you can rent a boat or a Venetian gondola to have a romantic afternoon while observing the most visited park in the United States. Aside from this, the building also serves as a very nice restaurant, offering amazing food with a spectacular view of the park. If you don't want to splurge out on a meal, you can always get a few drinks at the outside bar or the nearby express cafe. The restaurant is very often used for weddings, birthdays, Bar Mitzvah and other family (or corporate) celebrations and events. Be prepared to wait for a long time, as this place is very well known amongst tourists and locals and it's quite busy most of the time. The food is not very cheap, but it's understandable considering the amazing view you'll have. You can get here by a shuttle bus that travels around the park (and it's free), or you can walk for about 6 minutes from the 5 Av/E 72 St bus stop, lines M1- M4 and M72.
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200 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010, USA
This restaurant with a smart pun as a name is a go-to for lovers of Italian cuisine. You should not miss out on the delicious pasta, cheese, risotto, wine, and everything that is significant for Italian cuisine. The restaurant serves delicious sandwiches with cheese oozing out, gelato to satisfy your sweet tooth, but they also serve bigger meals perfect for lunch and dinner. You can choose between the sit-down part of the restaurant with service, and the stand-up tables, where you can eat the takeout foods if you wish to do so. A part of this complex is the Café Lavazza, which offers drinks, desserts and simple meals. Eataly is surely a must-visit for all foodies in New York who want to have a genuine Italian experience to spice up their day.
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Going Out


Broadway, Manhattan, NY 10023, USA
The 21-kilometer Manhattan road is best known as the location of many New York theaters. In fact, the name often works as a metaphor or synonym for theatrical production (mainly music theater) in New York. Interestingly, there are not many actual theaters on Broadway (there are only 4). Most theaters in the area are located in the Theater District around Broadway. To date, The Lion King is the most successful musical that can be played on Broadway. Most tickets for Broadway games are bought by the tourists. If you are a fan of a performer who appears during your visit to Broadway, you can join the stage groups of fans waiting for their idols outside the theaters and hoping for an autograph.
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Coney Island

What is now a bustling neighbourhood full of nightlife and amusement parks used to be called a "land without shadows" by the native Americans, for its beaches, that were constantly bathing in sunlight. The origin of Coney Island's name is not certain, but the most popular theory is that it comes from the old Dutch word for rabbit, as the island used to be swarmed by them. Today, Coney Island is known for its afternoon activities, including beaches, restaurants and grills, an aquarium, and the most visited attraction in the whole area - Luna Park. You can get here by subway, station Coney Island - Stillwell Av (lines D, F, N, Q). If you can, try to avoid coming here during the weekend, as the neighbourhood gets pretty crowded.
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

10023, New York
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a 16.3-acre complex of buildings in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It hosts many notable performing arts organizations, which are nationally and internationally renowned, including the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet and the New York City Opera.
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Carnegie Hall

New York
Carnegie Hall is a concert venue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, United States, located at 881 Seventh Avenue, occupying the east side of Seventh Avenue between West 56th Street and West 57th Street, two blocks south of Central Park. Designed by architect William Burnet Tuthill and built by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1891, it is one of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical music and popular music. Carnegie Hall has its own artistic programming, development, and marketing departments, and presents about 250 performances each season. It is also rented out to performing groups. The hall has not had a resident company since 1962, when the New York Philharmonic moved to Lincoln Center's Philharmonic Hall.Carnegie Hall has 3,671 seats, divided among its three auditoriums.
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Top of the strand

33 West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018, USA
If you want to enjoy a spectacular view of New York skyline and the lit up skyscrapers, come to this spectacular café with a retractable roof located on the 21st floor of the Strand Hotel. It's especially spectacular after nightfall when the whole city is lit up. Due to its fantastic position the prices are quite high though.
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Brooklyn Brewery

79 North 11th Street, 11249, Brooklyn
If you are a beer person, this is where you should come and taste the Brooklyn Lager. And even if beer is not your favourite drink, you might want to come anyway to learn something interesting about how this popular beverage is made. Established in 1987, this microbrewery offers several tour packages for you to learn about the process of brewing beer.
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Apollo Theater

253 West 125th Street, 10027, New York
The Apollo Theater at 253 West 125th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City is a music hall which is a noted venue for African-American performers. It's the home of Showtime at the Apollo, a nationally syndicated television variety show which showcased new talent, from 1987 to 2008, encompassing 1,093 episodes; the show was rebooted in 2018. The theater, which has a capacity of 1,506, opened in 1914 as Hurtig & Seamon's New Burlesque Theater, and was designed by George Keister in the neo-Classical style. It became the Apollo in 1934, when it was opened to black patrons – previously it had been a whites-only venue. In 1983, both the interior and exterior of the building were designated as New York City Landmarks, and the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is estimated that 1.3 million people visit the Apollo every year.
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West 31st St 9, 10001 New York
Koreatown offers a number of great traditional restaurants, grocery stores and various bars and clubs. So if you seek e.g. Korean food, Korean bookstores or Korean stationery, this is the place where you should go. This part of NYC is still growing and the Korean culture attracts more and more people every year.
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Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) films

11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY, 10019, USA
Part of the MoMA complex, this is where you come watch a movie. Movies screened are regularly connected to current exhibitions.
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Battery Park

New York, 10004, USA
This park on Manhattan's southernmost tip is worth a visit for a variety of reasons. Not only does it provide some peace and quiet from the sometimes stressful nature of the city, it is also full of interesting monuments of American history. There is also a beautiful view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Castle Clinton, which is part of the park (and once served as a fortress for the protection of New Amsterdam), was the first American immigration station before the station was opened on Ellis Island. Today, the park is filled with many monuments, such as The Sphere - a sculpture originally placed on the World Trade Center Plaza, which today serves as a memorial to 9/11, or the East Coast Monument, dedicated to commemorating the soldiers second world war.
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Bryant Park

10018, New York
This beautiful park is popular among the locals as well as the tourists. It is much smaller than the iconic Central Park but it is a very cosy and nice place in the heart of Manhattan. Its history goes back to the 19th century when the first park occupying the present-day space was established. It gets especially busy during the Christmas period when it turns into the Winter Village. There are little Christmas-themed shops and also a huge admission-free ice skating rink. There are many interesting things to see in the park. The Reading Room located there is filled with books and magazines donated by the best-known publishing houses. Apart from the Reading Room, you can also admire the imposing Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain or some of the beautiful statues (e.g. the statue of Gertrude Stein or Benito Juárez or the bust of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe). You can find here many chargers where you can charge your phone for free and there is also free wifi.
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Madison Square Park

Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010, United States
A nearly 7-acre park full of greenery where you can rest after (or during) a long day of sightseeing. The park was named after the fourth president of the United States, James Madison, and it was opened in 1847. The park is not just a park though. It is also a place where many public events are organised (including Parktoberfest), pieces of art are displayed and parties are held. Before you visit the park, you might want to check the official website to see which events not to miss. There is also a free Wi-Fi connection so you can stay online even here. On weekends, the place tends to get crowded (especially when the weather is nice).
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Belvedere Castle

Translating to "beautiful view" in Italian, this castle provides the highest views of the Central Park. It was designed and built in the 1800s with both Gothic and Romanesque elements. It serves as an observatory and is home to exhibit rooms and a weather station. The exhibit rooms offer a good overview of what naturalists use to examine nature - various microscopes, telescopes, feathers, and skeletons. The displays cater towards children and encourage them to be more interested in the environment. The exhibition is mainly focused on the flora and fauna of the Central Park and the observatory is available for watching local birds. It is a 6-minute walk away from the subway station 81th St-Museum of Natural History (lines A, B and C), or a 9-minute walk from 5th Ave & E 80th St bus station (M1-M4). There are steep and narrow steps inside the building.
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

990 Washington Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11225, USA
Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Founded in 1910, and located in the Prospect Park neighborhood, the 52-acre garden includes a number of specialty "gardens within the Garden", plant collections and the Steinhardt Conservatory, which houses the C. V. Starr Bonsai Museum, three climate-themed plant pavilions, a white cast-iron and glass aquatic plant house, and an art gallery. The Garden holds over 14,000 taxa of plants and each year has over 900,000 visitors.
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Hudson River Park

Hudson River Park is a waterside park on the North River, and is the part of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway that extends from 59th Street south to Battery Park in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It is a joint state and city collaboration. It is a 550-acre park stretching 4.5 miles, making it the second-biggest park in Manhattan after Central Park. The park arose as part of the West Side Highway replacement project in the wake of the abandoned Westway plan. Bicycle and pedestrian paths, spanning the park north to south, open up the waterfront for recreational use. The park includes tennis and soccer fields, batting cages, children's playground, dog run, and many other features. The parkland also incorporates several rebuilt North River piers along its length, formerly used for shipping.
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

Central Park, New York City, New York 83, USA
The biggest water area in Central Park was originally named "Central Park Reservoir". Eventually, in 1994, it was renamed and nowadays it bears the name of the former first lady of the United States - Jacqueline Kennedy. The track around it is a popular one for a jog among the locals (even among the local celebrities, such as Madonna).
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Bronx Zoo

2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, New York 10460, USA
The Bronx Zoo is a zoo located within Bronx Park in the Bronx, a borough of New York City. It is the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States and among the largest in the world. On average, the zoo has 2.15 million visitors each year, and it comprises 265 acres of park lands and naturalistic habitats, through which the Bronx River flows. The Bronx Zoo is world-renowned for its large and diverse animal collection, and its award-winning exhibitions. The zoo is part of an integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society, and it is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
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McSorley's Old Ale House

15 East 7th Street, 10003, New York
McSorley's Old Ale House, generally known as McSorley's, is the oldest "Irish" tavern in New York City. Opened in the mid-19th century at 15 East 7th Street, in today's East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, it was one of the last of the "Men Only" pubs, only admitting women after legally being forced to do so in 1970.The aged artwork, newspaper articles covering the walls, sawdust floors, and the Irish waiters and bartenders give McSorley's an atmosphere reminiscent of "Olde New York." No piece of memorabilia has been removed from the walls since 1910, and there are many items of "historical" paraphernalia in the bar, such as Houdini's handcuffs, which are connected to the bar rail. There are also wishbones hanging above the bar; supposedly they were hung there by boys going off to World War I, to be removed when they returned, so the wishbones that are left are from those who never…
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M&M'S World

New York, US
If you are an M&M’s fan, this place is a must see. The very first one was opened in Las Vegas in 1997. The one in New York was opened in 2006 and it is located at the very heart of the city – on Broadway. In the three-floor building, you can find everything that is related to the popular candy brand. You can take pictures with the M&M statues or pick your favourite candies right from the huge glass tubes. You can even mix your own M&M mixes there and even have an image of your choice printed on the package (together with a text you compose). It is a playful place which is interesting to see not only for those with a sweet tooth.
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Central Park Carousel

1802 65th St Transverse, New York, NY 10065
The present-day carousel is actually the fourth one occupying this space in Central Park. The very first one was installed there in 1871 and the following two were both destroyed by fire. There are 57 painted horses and two chariots on the carousel and it brings joy to children every day of the week (opening hours depend partially on the weather). The carousel is a part of the Central Park scenery and you may remember it from numerous films or TV series (e.g. How I Met Your Mother). It is definitely a place worth visiting even if you do not plan to take a ride.
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Jane's Carousel

45 Main Street, 11201, Brooklyn
Jane's Carousel is a carved, wooden, 48-horse carousel that was built in 1922 for the Idora Park amusement park in Youngstown, Ohio by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company. It was carved by John Zalar and Frank Carretta, each of whom are attributed with carvings on carousels constructed by PTC and other carousel companies like Looff. Jane's Carousel was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 6, 1975, the first carousel to receive such designation.When Idora Park closed to the public in 1984, the carousel was bought at auction by Jane and David Walentas and moved to Brooklyn, New York for restoration.It was opened to the public at its new location in Brooklyn Bridge Park on the East River in Brooklyn on September 16, 2011. The building commissioned by the Walentas' to house the carousel was designed by the French architect Jean Nouvel. The merry-go-round is not currently listed in the National Register's database, having been delisted on October 29, 1985.
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Disney Store

1540 Broadway, 10036, New York
As Disney teaches us - "A dream is a wish your heart makes" - come fulfill your dreams and wishes to this beautiful store full of Disney merchandise. Dolls, figures, dresses, shoes and countless stuffed animals are waiting here for you. The beautiful replica of Disney castle awaits you inside as well. Disney music playing in the background is a must and every once in a while there is a sing-along piece which you are welcome to join.
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New Amsterdam Theatre

214 West 42nd Street, 10036, New York
A theater dating back to 1903 where you can see Aladdin or The Lion King. Don't forget to check out the Behind-the-Magic Tour.
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Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park

3059 West 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224, USA
Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park is a family-owned amusement park located at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City featuring 5 adult rides and 16 kiddie rides, including a dozen family rides that parents and children can ride together. Their main attraction is the Wonder Wheel, a hundred and fifty foot eccentric wheel built in 1920. On the Wonder Wheel, 16 out of 24 of its gondolas run down a short track inside of the wheel swinging in and out of it as they reach the top. The park overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and Coney Island beach. Deno's Wonder Wheel was designated an official New York City landmark in 1989.
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Queens Zoo

53-51 111th Street, Flushing, NY 11368, USA
The Queens Zoo is an 18-acre zoo located in Flushing Meadows – Corona Park in the New York City borough of Queens. The zoo is part of an integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
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Barrett Park Staten Island Zoo

614 Broadway, Staten Island, NY 10310, USA
The Staten Island Zoo is an 8-acre suburban zoo in West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York City. The zoo is open year-round except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. It has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums since 1988.
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Prospect Park Zoo

450 Flatbush Avenue, 11225, Brooklyn
The Prospect Park Zoo is a 12-acre zoo located off Flatbush Avenue on the eastern side of Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York City. Its precursor, the Menagerie, opened in 1890. The present facility first opened as a city zoo on July 3, 1935, and was part of a larger revitalization program of city parks, playgrounds and zoos initiated in 1934 by Parks Commissioner Robert Moses.
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Central Park

The largest park in New York City covers 843 hectares. It is even bigger than some countries (eg the Principality of Monaco or the Vatican City). Despite the fact that it was landscaped, it looks very natural. The park was first opened to the public in 1858 and expanded in 1873 to its present size. Central Park is one of the most popular filming locations in New York City. Among many films that feature Central Park, breakfast is at Tiffany's when Harry Met Sally or home alone 2: Lost in New York. Among the many places worth seeing in Central Park are: Belvedere Castle, the famous Strawberry Fields (a memorial to John Lennon) and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. If you do not want to walk the whole park, you can rent a bike, go horse-drawn carriage or bike ride.
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The High Line

Washington St 848, NYC, 10014 New York, USA
This park is situated on the old railway and it is undoubtedly one of the most unique structures in New York. It provides a nice walkway located above all the hustle and bustle of the roads under as well as great views over the different parts of Manhattan. Are you an art lover? Then come and explore all the interesting sculptures and other pieces of art scattered along the way. There are many other things you can do here – dip your feet in the small water pools on Diller von Furstenberg Sundeck, enjoy a cup of coffee in an open-air cafe or organize a picnic with your friends on the famous 23rd Street Lawn. And if you want to take your kids with you, don’t forget to stop by the Pershing Square Beams, where they can run and climb all day long. There are eleven entrances to this 1.45-mile-long (2.33 km) park and five of them have wheelchair access.
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Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is one of the most well-known parks in New York City, a place of respite as well as a meeting place and a site of several major protests in the recent years. When visiting, do not forget to sit down and play a game of chess at the park's trademark chess tables. The park was first opened in 1871 and spans over 9.75 acres of land. Apart from flower beds, trees and well-kept grassy areas, the park showcases the large Washington Square Arch, modelled after the world-famous Arc de Triomphe in Paris, and constructed in 1892. If you think you may have seen the park before, you may be right. It features in several movies, and it was one of the major locations in the post-apocalyptic scenario movie I Am Legend, with the hero of the movie having set his main camp just next to it.
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Union Square Park

This park serves as an important place for various gatherings and public events. It is a former burial ground, which got reworked into a park in 1839. It quickly became popular between locals thanks to its location and appearance. Today, there are various parades and festivals taking place here; you can see street musicians, break dancers and other performers showing their skills to the public. It is no exception to see chess players waiting for passers-by to come and play with them for a few dollars. There is always something happening in this park; it could be art installations, sport gatherings or jam sessions, this place is never empty. It is mainly known for its fresh food market, where local farmers sell their organic goods. Union Square Park has always been a popular place for public protests and gatherings. The most famous gathering happened in 1861 after the fall of Fort Sumter, when a quarter of a million people attended a political demonstration. The place is right next to the 14th street- Union Square subway station (lines 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q and R).
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Columbus Circle

Columbus Cir 1–39, NYC, 10019 New York, USA
The circle, named after the man who discovered America, is a busy traffic point in the middle of Manhattan, full of stores, tourists, and landmarks. In the middle of the circle, there is a statue of Christopher Columbus overlooking the whole area. There are plenty of fountains and benches for people to come and relax on during hot days. This area is said to be New York's finest shopping district with various stores - from Bose, Coach, Boss, Equinox, Diesel, Cole Haan, to Sephora and H&M. If you decide to visit this place during winter, you might experience the Christmas market with street vendors selling food, souvenirs and beverages to everyone who passes by. You can get here by buses M5, M7, M10, M20 and M104.
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South Street Seaport Historic District

19 Fulton St, New York, NY 10038, USA
Take a walk around this port located in the historic part of the city where many of the oldest Manhattan buildings are located. Besides just walking and admiring the skyline, you can enjoy the local bars and restaurants. Check the official website to see which interesting events will take place here during your visit.
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Columbus Park

67 Mulberry St New York, NY 10013, USA
Columbus Park, formerly known as Mulberry Bend Park, Five Points Park and Paradise Park, is a public park in Chinatown, Manhattan, in New York City. During the 19th century, this was the most dangerous ghetto area of immigrant New York, as portrayed in the book and film Gangs of New York. Back then, the park's site was part of the Five Points neighborhood, in the area known as Mulberry Bend, hence its alternative names. Today, the park often serves as a gathering place for the local Chinese community, where "the neighborhood meets up here to play mahjong, perform traditional Chinese music... practice tai chi in the early mornings."
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Stone Street Historic District

Stone Street, New York City, New York 10304, USA
Stone Street is a short street in Manhattan's Financial District. It originally ran from Broad Street to Hanover Square, but was divided into two sections by the construction of the Goldman Sachs building at 85 Broad Street in the 1980s. Today the cluster of historic buildings along Stone, South William, Pearl Streets and Coenties Alley form the Stone Street Historic District.
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Grand Army Plaza

Grand Army Plaza, originally known as Prospect Park Plaza, is a public plaza that comprises the northern corner and the main entrance of Prospect Park in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It consists of concentric oval rings arranged as streets, with the namesake Plaza Street comprising the outer ring. The inner ring is arranged as an ovoid roadway that carries the main street – Flatbush Avenue – with eight radial roads connecting: Vanderbilt Avenue; Butler Place; Saint John's Place; Lincoln Place; Eastern Parkway; Prospect Park West; Union Street; and Berkeley Place. The only streets that penetrate to the inner ring are Flatbush Avenue, Vanderbilt Avenue, Prospect Park West, Eastern Parkway, and Union Street. The plaza includes the Soldiers' and Sailors' Arch, the Bailey Fountain, the John F. Kennedy Monument, statues of Civil War generals Gouverneur K.
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5th Avenue

Perhaps the most iconic avenue in the world. Browse the super-expensive stores and breathe in the atmosphere of the Big Apple. This main thoroughfare has well-known brand shops and flagship stores, and those found between 49th Street and 60th Street are often ranked among the most expensive in the world. This historic street, listed by the American Planning Association as one of the USA's grandest streets in 2012, is not just a shopping spree. It also houses some wonderful museums, parks, exclusive apartments and historic sites. The street is ready to surprise you with many national historical sites, such as the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, the New York City Public Library, the Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral!
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This area is known for its extravagance. In the last 30 years of the 20th century, it became the New York Art Center, where the artists lived, worked and exhibited their work in the famous local galleries. It was also famous for the architecture. There are countless cast-iron houses and their facades are part of the unique character of SoHo. Nowadays SoHo is best known as the part of the city dedicated to shopping (the most unusual boutiques along with the well-known and widespread brand shops can be found here). Its nightlife, with a number of trendy bars and restaurants, is another attraction that attracts both locals and tourists alike. The name SoHo refers to its location. As the SOuth of HOuston Street, the name of the neighborhood is a combination of the two words.
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151 West 34th Street, 10001, New York, US
One of the world’s largest department stores was built on Herald Square in 1901. It is a very busy place with many visitors every day. You can easily spend the whole day browsing the shops. There are shops focusing on e.g. cosmetics, cookware, furniture, candy or gadgets. And, obviously, there are many shops carrying fashion (e.g. Ralph Lauren or Calvin Klein). The department store comes into focus mainly during the Christmas period with its traditional shopping window installations. Macy’s also organises the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade which is always broadcasted on TV and it is an essential part of Thanksgiving.
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Apple Fifth Avenue

767 5th Avenue, 10153, New York, US
The iconic glass cube located in Manhattan is one of the best known Apple Stores. It is situated in front of the GM building and it is a very popular spot not just for buying new Apple products but also as a tourist sight. Even though the individual Apple Stores are always adjusted to the place they occupy, this one has more of an artistic purpose. It was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and awarded with several architectonic awards. It is usually crowded when a new Apple product is released. However, the building is open 24/7 including all holidays so do not hesitate to come and see it.
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Staten Island Ferry Whitehall Terminal

4 South Street, 10004, New York
Embark on your journey to Staten Island from this ferry. It operates daily, carrying approximately 70,000 passengers every day. It is completely free and you can admire the views of the Lower Manhattan, Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty from the swaying deck of the ferry. Although the terminal only officially opened at the beginning of 20th century, travelling by ferry has a much longer history here. It is said that the ferries have been here as early as the early 18th century. In 2005, the terminal has undergone a reconstruction. It now serves as a multipurpose transportation centre, with bus and subway stops being served here along the boats. There's a shopping mall at the dock with many shops and restaurants to shorten the waiting time. Be sure to visit the entry hall - it offers beautiful aerial views of the harbour and downtown Manhattan. The cruise itself lasts for about 25 minutes. Do keep in mind though, that although this ferry does pass the Statue of Liberty on its way, it does not actually make a stop at Ellis Island.
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Century 21

22 Cortlandt Street, 10007, New York, US
This 6-floor large department store, offering a wide choice of clothing, shoes, accessories and more, is the flagship of the chain of department stores under 21 Century brand. You can find it in Downtown New York, just across the street from where the World Trade Center once stood. This shopping center offers a large variety of major designer brands, and woos its visitors by lots of discounts, bargains or just great prices, especially by the end of January and by the end of August, just before the start of a new fashion season. In order to maximize your shopping experience, come armed with patience and previous knowledge of high-end item prices. The store is quite popular not only among tourists but also among local New Yorkers. Therefore, be prepared that it may be a bit chaotic in there, as it does get very busy. If you can, try to avoid visiting it during lunch hours and time your visit so, that you reach it in the morning.
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Trump Tower

721/725 5th Avenue, 10022, New York
This 202 m, 58-storey high building was one of the first mixed-use skyscrapers that got recognition in the world. It is based in the Fifth Avenue, a very prominent location of New York, and serves as a residential, commercial and retail space. The construction itself was, in a way, revolutionary, as the construction executive was a woman - Barbara Res. At that time, she was one of the very few women who got to oversee the assembly of such a major site in New York. The Trump Tower offers an outstanding view of the Central Park, Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. One of the more frequently visited parts of the tower is a restaurant called the Trump Grill. Some of the meals on the menu are according to Trump's grandmother recipes. There is also the Trump Café and the Trump Bar. The architects of this skyscraper found a way to build a five-storey high waterfall into the eastern wall of the building. If you love shopping for expensive jewellery, visit the Ivanka Trump's Fine Jewelry store, or any other boutique in this area. In case you decide to come here, prepare yourself for going through many security checks. If you come here to shop, expect to, unsurprisingly, spend a lot more than you normally would.
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Lego Store

620 West 50th Street, 10020-2402
The famous Danish LEGO bricks (which were named the Toy of the Century not once but twice) are sold in this store in the Rockefeller Centre on Manhattan. If you are a fan of the products (or have children who are), you should definitely visit this place where you can get all the imaginable LEGO bricks and sets. Visitors can choose the pieces they wish to buy straight from the Pick-A-Brick Wall where the pieces often change, new ones are added etc. There is also a possibility to play with the bricks inside the Lego Store. Before you purchase a specific set, you can use the Digital Box that will show you the final model completed in 3D. It is a great place to visit especially for families with children but also for adults who enjoy creative games with the iconic LEGO bricks.
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1000 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022, USA
All fashion fans and shopaholics should definitely head to this huge department store full of luxurious designer brands. It was established in 1861 by the Bloomingdale brothers and has been a popular shopping place ever since. Nowadays, it is owned by Macy's, Inc. It is so enormous that it occupies a whole block. If you are a fan of the famous sitcom Friends, you will certainly remember that Rachel Green worked at Bloomingdale's. The prices might be a bit higher than usual since it is a popular spot located in the very heart of Manhattan. Also, due to its popularity, the place gets quite busy.
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Times Square

Times Square (nicknamed "The Crossroads of the World") is New York City's best-known place, and its heart beats as well. It got its name in 1904 and it was named after the New York Times, which moved the headquarters there. It mainly comes into focus during New Year's Eve celebrations, traditionally held in Times Square (the tradition goes back to 1903) and is covered by Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin 'Eve ABC program. The highlight of the evening is the famous ball throw, in which the giant ball descends about half a meter. The tradition of counting down the last few seconds of the year while watching the giant ball go down, dates back to 1907. The moment it falls completely, the new year begins. Times Square is also known for its neon signs. The NASDAQ sign in Times Square is the world's largest LED sign. There are also many brand shops, cafes and restaurants. The square also appeared in many films. Some of the best known are Vanilla Sky, Enchanted, Spider-Man 3 or New Year's Eve. Times Square is usually full of tourists. Note that the place is smoke free since 2011.
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Empire State Building

350 5th Avenue, 10018, New York City
An iconic Art Deco skyscraper and one of New York's most recognizable buildings. It gets its name from the city's nickname the "Empire State". It was for years the tallest building in the world (from 1931 to 1970) and is still one of the tallest buildings in the US and the world. The upper floors of the Empire State Building offer a spectacular view of the city (especially during the sunrise and sunset). From there you can see all the important New York icons (eg Central Park, Chrysler Building or Hudson River). However, be aware of the weather before you go there, as this could severely affect your visit. The building appears in the King Kong movie in its most iconic scene, where the giant monkey ascends to escape its pursuers. Other well-known films showing the Empire State Building include Sleepless in Seattle, Harry Met Sally and Independence Day. If you want to avoid long queues, you can buy your tickets online. If you want to get to the Empire State Building by public transport, you can get there by the subway (lines B, D, F, V, N, Q, R, W, 6) or by the PATH (train system).
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Grand Central Terminal

89 East 42nd Street, New York
A Beaux-Arts railroad terminal in New York City. There are 44 platforms (no other railway terminal in the world has so many) and 67 tracks. The place is full of surprises. Not only is there a whispering gallery (where your whisper can be heard elsewhere in the gallery), but there is also a top-secret M42 room (which does not appear on any map of the place or even on its schedule) hidden somewhere on the tennis court. Grand Central Terminal has many shops and restaurants. You can easily reach it by metro (lines 4, 5, 6, 7 and S) or by bus (lines M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M42, M98, M101, M102, M104, Q32) ,
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Brooklyn Bridge

This bridge, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn, is definitely one of New York's most famous attractions. It is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the US and it was the longest bridge in the world for 20 years. When it was finished (1883), it actually connected two separate cities, because Brooklyn was not part of New York City at the time. During its construction, up to thirty people were killed (the exact number is unknown), including its designer John A. Roebling. The bridge appears in many films, one of the best known being e.g. Godzilla or Spider-Man. If you decide to cross the bridge, you will enjoy a spectacular view over the city.
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Flatiron Building

175 5th Avenue, 10010, New York
The icon of New York (and one of its most frequently photographed skyscrapers) was not always known as the Flatiron Building. In 1902, when it was built for the Fuller Company, it was called the Fuller Building. The company had only their headquarters there until 1910, so the name changed. The area where the building is located (between the 22nd and 23rd streets) was already known as "flat iron" and so the building got its name after the place and not its shape. Nowadays the whole area is called Flatiron District (after the building). Unfortunately, it is not open to the public and there are no organized tours - the building is full of offices. Many publishers are based here (eg MacMillan Publishing). Still, it's definitely worth the trip as the Renaissance Revival building looks stunning even from the outside.
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Charging Bull

1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004, USA
Charging Bull (or Wall Street Bull or Bowling Green Bull) is a bronze sculpture by the Italian-American artist Arturo Di Modica. It is located near Wall Street in the Financial District and should symbolize both places. It was installed in 1989 and immediately became an iconic sculpture. There are two more bull sculptures by the same author in Shanghai and Amsterdam. The Charging Bull is a popular selfie spot for tourists who pose in front of it or even turn it on their backs. Therefore, it is often overcrowded and you may have to wait a while before taking a picture. Rubbing the bullets and nose is a popular ritual among the tourists that should bring good luck.
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Little Italy

This part of New York got its name from its immigrant population, which consisted mainly of Italian Americans. Today, however, the population of Italian descent is not significantly higher than in the rest of New York. The place is still worth a visit, because the Italian atmosphere is still very present and alive. During your visit you can taste the Italian cuisine in one of the ubiquitous Italian restaurants or cafés. There are also many wine events (eg wine tasting) organized. If you want to know more about the history of the Italian community in the US, you should visit the Italian American Museum, which offers interesting information on this subject. If you visit the place in the second half of September, you can visit the festival of San Gennaro, which takes place in Little Italy and celebrates the Italian community and its culture.
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Wall Street

Wall Street is now synonymous with American financial markets. It is best known for the New York Stock Exchange building that is located here. Its name was derived from its function - during the 17th century the road marked the northern boundary of the New Amsterdam settlement. There was an actual wall protecting the inhabitants of New Amsterdam. Later, a buttonhole tree grew on Wall Street, and under that tree the Buttonwood contract was signed - the contract that established today's New York Stock Exchange. If you're on Wall Street, check out the New York Stock Exchange Building - a wonderful piece of architecture. Unfortunately you can not go in, but the exterior is definitely worth seeing.
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St. Patrick's Cathedral

5th Avenue between 50th/51st Streets New York, NY 10022, USA
A neo-gothic Roman Catholic cathedral that also functions as the seat of the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. Its corner stone was laid in 1858 and the cathedral was inaugurated in 1910. The Cathedral houses the Pietà statue, which is three times the size of the famous Pietà by Michelangelo. The stunning windows are by artists from all over the world (USA, England or France). Two of the altars in the cathedral are from Tiffany and Company (the altars of St. Louis and St. Michael). There are in fact two St. Patrick's Cathedrals in Manhattan, but the older one (on Mulberry Street) is now referred to as the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. Both Admission and Tours at St. Patrick's Cathedral are free, but a small donation is expected. Since it is an active church, you should behave respectfully.
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John F. Kennedy International Airport

JFK Access road, 11430, Queens
Built in 1948, this airport is one of New York's largest and busiest airports. It was renamed the 35th President of the United States in 1963. In addition to aircraft, the airport offers its visitors several parking spaces. You can also have lunch in one of the many restaurants and cafes. The construction of the airport began in 1943 and it took four years to complete the work. The first plane flew out of the airport in July 1948. The airport has six terminals from one to eight and skips the numbers six and three, as these terminals were demolished in the past. The airport is about 19 kilometers outside of New York. AirTrain provides the fastest connection between JFK and the city. It also offers links to subways and buses. Inside the airport, AirTrain works for free. Free Wi-Fi is available in the terminals for 30 minutes. Connect to the Boingo Hotspot.
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Ellis Island Ferry

17 State Street, New York 10004, USA
Many a traveller’s journey to seeing the Statue of Liberty starts here, by boarding this ferry. The ferry, which departs from the Battery Park Ferry Terminal, operates daily. It is not the only public transport vehicle you can get on here, though. Various other sightseeing boats and water taxis stop at the port, too, heading to various other places in New York. The Ferry only opened in 2009 to replace an older terminal from the 1990s. It is the only place to board the Ellis Island boat in New York, the second dock is located in New Jersey. Both are operated by Statue Cruises company. Before visiting, keep in mind that it may be closed due to weather. Consult the official website and weather reports before taking the trip. Also, remember not to book tickets last minute. Due to the popularity of the Statue, they are often sold out as early as 3 months ahead of time.
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Roosevelt Island Tramway

2nd Ave & E 59th Street, New York, NY 10022, USA
Explore New York City from a bird's perspective. This unique aerial tramway leads from Roosevelt Island to Upper East Side Manhattan and offers unforgettable aerial views of the city. Hop on and enjoy this ten-minute ride. If you have your MetroCard prepaid you can use it as you would in any other subway station so you don't have to queue for the tickets. The narrow island is not terribly interesting in itself since it is mostly a residential area. If you don't feel like travelling back by the aerial tram again, there is also a metro station nearby.
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LaGuardia Airport

LaGuardia Airport, Flushing, NY 11371, USA
One of the three major airports in New York City. Since it is set close to Manhattan, there are many buses operating to and from the airport. The airport is however not connected to any rail service. There are four terminals in total. Free buses operate within the airport connecting the terminals and parking lots. Free WiFi is available for 30 minutes throughout the terminals (same as JFK). Connect to the Boingo Hotspot.
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World Trade Center Transportation Hub - Oculus

World Trade Center is a terminal station on the PATH system. It is located in the World Trade Center complex, within the Financial District neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It is served by the Newark–World Trade Center line at all times, as well as by the Hoboken–World Trade Center line on weekdays, and is the eastern terminus of both. The station opened on July 19, 1909, as Hudson Terminal. As part of the construction of the World Trade Center, it was torn down, rebuilt as World Trade Center, and re-opened on July 6, 1971. Following the September 11, 2001 attacks, a temporary station opened in 2003. The main station house, the Oculus, opened on March 3, 2016, and the terminal was renamed the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, or World Trade Center for short.
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Saint George Ferry Terminal

2 Borough Place, 10301
Are you interested in seeing New York's skyline from the water? Explore Manhattan as well as Staten Island free of charge with this ferry. Don't forget to pick the right side of the ferry so you could see the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island and take supreme pictures of them.
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Penn Station

Pennsylvania Station, also known as New York Penn Station or Penn Station, is the main intercity railroad station in New York City. Serving more than 650,000 commuter rail and Amtrak passengers a day, it is the busiest passenger transportation hub in the Western Hemisphere. Penn Station is in the midtown area of Manhattan, close to Herald Square, the Empire State Building, Koreatown, and the Macy's department store. Entirely underground, it sits beneath Madison Square Garden, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues and between 31st and 34th Streets. Penn Station has 21 tracks fed by seven tunnels. It is at the center of the Northeast Corridor, a passenger rail line that connects New York City with Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and intermediate points. Intercity trains are operated by Amtrak, which owns the station, while commuter rail services are operated by the Long Island Rail Road and New Jersey Transit.
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Pier 83

If you want to take a cruise that would include all the beautiful NYC sights, you should come to the Circle Line which is to be found on Pier 83. You can have your pick from a great variety of cruises (e.g. Holiday Cruise, Liberty Cruise or Landmarks Cruise) so get on board and have fun.
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Port Authority Bus Terminal

625 8th Avenue, New York
The Port Authority Bus Terminal is the main gateway for interstate buses into Manhattan in New York City. It is owned and operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The bus terminal is located in Midtown at 625 Eighth Avenue between 40th Street and 42nd Street, one block east of the Lincoln Tunnel and one block west of Times Square. It is one of three bus terminals operated by the PANYNJ, the others being the George Washington Bridge Bus Station in Upper Manhattan and the Journal Square Transportation Center in Jersey City. The PABT serves as a terminus and departure point for commuter routes, as well as for long-distance intercity routes, and is a major transit hub for New Jerseyans. The terminal is the largest in the United States and the busiest in the world by volume of traffic, serving about 8,000 buses and 225,000 people on an average weekday and more than 65 million people a year.
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New York Marriott Marquis

1535 Broadway
The New York Marriott Marquis is a Marriott hotel designed by architect John Portman. Opened in 1985, it is located on Times Square at 1535 Broadway at the corner of 45th Street.
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Hotel Pennsylvania

401 7th Avenue, 10001-2062, New York
The Hotel Pennsylvania is a hotel located at 401 Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, across the street from Pennsylvania Station and Madison Square Garden in New York City. It is currently the fourth largest hotel in the city.
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The New Yorker

481 8th Avenue, 10001, New York
The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel is a historic hotel located at 481 Eighth Avenue in New York City, United States. The 43-story Art Deco hotel, opened 1930, is a 1,083-room, mid-priced hotel located in Manhattan's Garment District and Hell's Kitchen areas, near Pennsylvania Station, Madison Square Garden, Times Square, and the Empire State Building. The 1-million-square-foot building offers two restaurants and approximately 33,000 square feet of conference space. Since re-opening as a hotel in 1994, it has undergone approximately $100 million in capital improvements, including lobby and room renovations and infrastructure modernization. The Unification Church purchased the building in 1975, and since 2014, it has been part of the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts chain. Due to its noticeable marquee and proximity to the Empire State Building, it makes appearances in many films and is the backdrop for TV-studio reports and interviews broadcast worldwide from New York by BBC News.
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Millenium Hilton

55 Church Street, New York
The Millennium Hilton New York Downtown is a Hilton hotel in Lower Manhattan, New York City, located at the southeast corner of Fulton Street and Church Street. The hotel is adjacent to One World Trade Center. The building is 55 stories tall, with a total of 471 guest rooms and 98 suites.The hotel was known for many years as the Millenium Hilton. The hotel's builder chose to intentionally misspell the name with one "n" as "Millenium" on the outdoor signage and official literature, even though the correct spelling of the English word is "millennium", in order to make the name more distinctive.
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Hilton New York

1335 6th Avenue, New York
The New York Hilton Midtown is the largest hotel in New York City and world's 101st tallest hotel. The hotel is corporate owned and managed by Hilton Worldwide. At 1,929 rooms and over 150,000 sq ft of meeting space, the hotel is the largest Hilton in the continental U.S. The 47-floor building located on the northwest edge of Rockefeller Center at Sixth Avenue and 53rd Street has hosted every U.S. president since John F. Kennedy as well as the Beatles during their 1964 visit to the Ed Sullivan Theater. The world's first handheld cell phone call was made by hotel guest Martin Cooper in front of the hotel in 1973. Donald Trump delivered his presidential election victory speech at the hotel on November 9, 2016.
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The Knickerbocker Hotel

6 Times Square, 10036, New York
The Knickerbocker Hotel is a hotel located at the southeast corner of Broadway and 42nd Street in New York City. The name "Knickerbocker" is an iconic Dutch surname associated with New York City. Prominent longtime residents of the hotel included Enrico Caruso and George M. Cohan. Built by John Jacob Astor IV as a showcase of luxury in a time of prosperity, the hostelry closed 15 years later because of financial decline. The hotel was converted to offices in 1920 and was known as The Knickerbocker Building. It was the home of Newsweek magazine and became the Newsweek Building. After major renovations in 1980 it became known as 1466 Broadway and was used for many years as garment showrooms and offices. During this period it was later known as 6 Times Square. It was converted back to use as a hotel in 2013–15 under its original name.
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Hilton New York

1335 6th Avenue, New York
The New York Hilton Midtown is the largest hotel in New York City and world's 101st tallest hotel. The hotel is corporate owned and managed by Hilton Worldwide. At 1,929 rooms and over 150,000 sq ft of meeting space, the hotel is the largest Hilton in the continental U.S. The 47-floor building located on the northwest edge of Rockefeller Center at Sixth Avenue and 53rd Street has hosted every U.S. president since John F. Kennedy as well as the Beatles during their 1964 visit to the Ed Sullivan Theater. The world's first handheld cell phone call was made by hotel guest Martin Cooper in front of the hotel in 1973. Donald Trump delivered his presidential election victory speech at the hotel on November 9, 2016.
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The Row Hotel

700 8th Avenue, 10036, New York
Row NYC Hotel, at 27 stories and 1,331 rooms, was the largest hotel in New York City when it opened on February 13, 1928 as the Hotel Lincoln, one day after the 119th anniversary of the birth of its namesake, Abraham Lincoln. It featured a towering mast on top with neon lettering reading "HOTEL LINCOLN" which was lit on opening day by Governor Al Smith, who pressed a button in Albany to illuminate it. The sign is visible in the 1933 film 42nd Street. It was originally owned by the Kramer family and then by Maria Kramer, a dancer once married to Max Kramer, until the 1950s. It was purchased by prominent American real estate developer William Zeckendorf in September 1957, remodeled and renamed the Manhattan Hotel. The existing Hotel Lincoln sign was removed and in 1958 a sign was added to replace it—an enormous letter "M," 31 feet wide and 12 feet deep. Zeckendorf ran the Manhattan until 1964, when it was sold to the English and became the Royal Manhattan.
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Trump SoHo

The Dominick, formerly the Trump SoHo, is a $450 million, 46-story, 391-unit hotel condominium located at 246 Spring Street at the corner of Varick Street in the Hudson Square neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It was announced in 2006, completed in 2008 and renamed in 2017. The area is zoned for manufacturing, which precludes permanent residences from being built there. The condo-hotel design was approved after negotiations with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. As a hotel condominium, 391 dwelling units within the building will be privately owned, but no unit may "be occupied by the same person for more than 29 days in any 36-day period, or for more than 120 days a year." When not occupied by the owner, an empty unit may be rented out as a hotel suite. The design architects for the building were the New York-based Handel Architects. The interior designer is David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group.
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