When arriving at this surprising city in JFK Airport we recommend the following emblematic places:
World Trade Center
Although we can not see the original, the World Trade Center has been rebuilt and it has become the economic and political symbol of New York.
The architectural style of the Chrysler Building makes it the favorite of many locals, visitors, and a well-known giant gorilla and his blonde friend...
Ellis Island was the gateway to the United States for more than 12 million immigrants from Europe, currently home to the Immigration Museum.
Statue of Liberty
The most famous symbol of New York. Although it is impressive to see it from close up, it is much smaller than what it seems in the movies. Its motto is: Freedom gives light to the world.
Known as the Millionaire Avenue, Fifth Avenue has become New York's most famous street for its upscale shopping and central location.
This building was the tallest building in the world until 1972. It is currently the third tallest building in New York, and although it's not the tallest building in the world anymore, it keeps a very special appeal.
The Brooklyn Bridge is the most famous bridge in New York and one of the best known in the world. It was built in the 19th century and has an attractive architectural style.
With its giant screens announcing 24 hours a day, Times Square has become the most well-known image of New York. It is the most vibrant area of the city.
Built in tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, it aims to recall the past with a huge pit-shaped fountain.
It is the main street of the financial district, located in the southern part of Manhattan island. There we will find famous buildings like The Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Federal Reserve.
The largest urban park in New York and one of the largest in the world, measuring more than 4 kilometres long and almost 1 kilometre wide, you can enjoy the park by renting a bike at the entrance.
The Rockefeller Center is one of the busiest business areas of the city and it can be a perfect plan for ice skating in its outdoor plaza in winter.
Grand Central Terminal
The transport hub has survived for almost a century without much change, becoming one of the most famous train stations in the world and a must visit place.
American Museum of Natural History
It is one of the largest and most famous museums in the world. Located on land across from Central Park, it consists of 27 buildings housing 46 exhibition halls.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Dedicated to the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York is the largest Gothic cathedral in the United States.