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Boasting iconic sightseeing, fantastic shopping, Broadway shows and dazzling nightlife, New York is one of the most famous cities in the world. Renowned for its magnificent skyline of skyscrapers and monuments, a break in this vibrant city will be unlike anything else you've ever experienced before. Experience breath-taking views at the Top of the Rock or Empire State Building, prepare for a sensory overload as you step into Times Square, take a cruise around Manhattan island or for the ultimate treat, hop on a helicopter flight for a sensational bird’s eye view.

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New York, New York travel guide

  • New York City may be small in size, but it’s huge in numbers, energy and attitude. It’s the most densely populated city in North America with 8 million citizens on just 830 square kilometres of land. It has always been a city of immigrants, and, even today, about one-third of its citizens are foreign-born. Roughly 138 languages are spoken here, and vibrant new ethnic enclaves pop up all over the city, offering visitors a vast array of interesting cultural and culinary experiences. While the city pulses with the blood of its newest residents, old New York is still alive and well. Opera still bursts from the venerable stage of the Lincoln Center. Wall Street, the hive of capitalism, still bustles with the excitement and tension of the stock market. And the stately apartments of New York’s wealthy still frame majestic Central Park. Usually when people speak of New York they mean Manhattan, but New York City is made up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Visitors with a little extra time on their hands should at least pay a visit to Brooklyn - Williamsburg being hipster headquarters - and stroll along memories of the olden days at the Coney Island boardwalk. New York has become one of America’s safest cities, and the best way to see it is to walk. Numbered streets in Manhattan make navigation easy and run from east to west, while avenues intersect from north to south (uptown and downtown). New Yorkers are friendly and talkative, and nearly every night of the week the city’s bars and clubs are crowded with revellers. There are several universities in New York, which contribute to keeping the city fresh and young.

  • New York City may be small in size, but it’s huge in numbers, energy and attitude. It’s the most densely populated city in North America with 8 million citizens on just 830 square kilometres of land.

    It has always been a city of immigrants, and, even today, about one-third of its citizens are foreign-born. Roughly 138 languages are spoken here, and vibrant new ethnic enclaves pop up all over the city, offering visitors a vast array of interesting cultural and culinary experiences.

    While the city pulses with the blood of its newest residents, old New York is still alive and well. Opera still bursts from the venerable stage of the Lincoln Center. Wall Street, the hive of capitalism, still bustles with the excitement and tension of the stock market. And the stately apartments of New York’s wealthy still frame majestic Central Park.

    Usually when people speak of New York they mean Manhattan, but New York City is made up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Visitors with a little extra time on their hands should at least pay a visit to Brooklyn - Williamsburg being hipster headquarters - and stroll along memories of the olden days at the Coney Island boardwalk.

    New York has become one of America’s safest cities, and the best way to see it is to walk. Numbered streets in Manhattan make navigation easy and run from east to west, while avenues intersect from north to south (uptown and downtown).

    New Yorkers are friendly and talkative, and nearly every night of the week the city’s bars and clubs are crowded with revellers. There are several universities in New York, which contribute to keeping the city fresh and young.

  • Some people live in New York from the day they are born to the day they die without ever leaving the city. Even these people don't have enough time to see and do everything this metropolis has to offer. World-class museums, famous monuments, huge, lush parks, top art and entertainment, from Broadway musicals to daring street performances... the list could go on forever. It is a dynamic city, besides, one that changes and transforms on a daily basis, spawning all kinds of new, exciting, cutting-edge events and activities. The following are some of the most famous and beloved sights and attractions, but be always on the lookout. Blink and you might miss something unrepeatable. And be sure to pay attention to operating hours, as many museums have certain hours of free admission once a week.

  • Variety and innovation run through the whole of New York's gastronomic scene. The city's food draws from as many places and influences as its people, and the result is a cornucopia of styles and flavours. With so many new establishments opening daily, everybody needs to have a niche to distinguish their place from the rest. While the legendary New York steakhouses and diners are still popular among locals and tourists alike, getting adventurous with the thousands of ethnic restaurants is where the real fun begins, be it from street stalls, delis, diners, or 5-star restaurants with celebrity chefs. You’ll be amazed at the variety of coffees, hot chocolates, wines, or desserts on a single menu, and you’ll wonder how specialty establishments selling only cupcakes, pudding, raw food, or whiskey survive at all. But not only do they survive, they thrive in a city that simply can’t get enough of the innovations and fusions New Yorkers cook up every day.

    Little Owl

    Little Owl is like the name suggests: little, but still very romantic and cosy, and it serves excellent meals at a reasonable price. A fun detail: it is located in the famous building featured on the popular TV show “Friends.”

    Keens Steakhouse

    Keens is the sole survivor of the Herald Square Theatre District. In 1885 Keens Chophouse was a lively rendezvous of the famous, and actors in full stage make-up ran in and out between acts at the Garrick Theatre across the street for steaks and world famous mutton chops.

    Prune

    The name Prune comes from the owner’s childhood nickname, not the fruit. They serve delicious food with that special home-cooked taste, and the ample Bloody Mary bar offers no less than ten variations of the popular drink, including one with lime, tequila and smoked chipotle.

    Red Rooster Harlem

    Award-winning chef Marcus Samuelsson opened the Red Rooster Harlem to match the vibrant life of the area, and the cuisine honors the roots of American comfort food in a fusion with all the different ethnicities presented in the neighborhood. Every Sunday they host a gospel brunch that is very popular. If you wish to experience it, remember to make a reservation well in advance.

    McFadden's

    Located on the corner of 42nd and Second Avenue, just minutes from Time Square, McFadden's has come to be known as one of New York's premier bar/restaurants. Their resident DJ's and fun bar staff deliver an experience you will not soon forget. They have some of the best happy hour deals in NY, so whether you're looking for a corporate happy hour spot, or just to have a drink with friends after work, a stop by McFadden's is warranted. The menu offers traditional Irish-American comfort food.

    Lure Fishbar

    For a truly unique dining experience for the seafood lover, visit Lure Fishbar. Their food is fresh from the sea and served in a variety of ways and styles. If you enjoy sushi, visit their raw bar for over 20 different options.

  • Nightlife in New York offers everything. You can sip a cocktail from a rooftop terrace while looking out over the Manhattan skyline, or dance until dawn in an exclusive nightclub, or catch some live music in a tiny hole-in-the-wall bar, or enjoy different types of performances, exhibits, or poetry-slams. The options are never-ending and unfathomably varied, but through them all runs the unmistakable New York energy that will make you wish the night never had to end.

    Sky Room Times Square

    The Sky Room takes New York City nightlife to a new level and transports its guests to a high-energy oasis overlooking Midtown Manhattan. The bi-level lounge occupies the 33rd and 34th floors of the Marriott Fairfield Inn and Suites Times Square on 40th Street and boasts 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.

    Latitude

    Located where Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square meet, Latitude is one of the top happy hour spots in the city. With its three spacious floors, a seasonal fourth-floor rooftop deck, fireplaces and a billiard room, there’s something for everyone. Sports fans can enjoy any of their favorite sporting events on the high-definition TVs placed throughout the venue. Take advantage of the dinner and late-night menus while DJs spin the latest hits.

    Esperanto

    This Latin-inspired restaurant and bar is a favorite brunch spot on Avenue C. Something special is going on most nights, like Taco Tuesdays, World Music Wednesday and Flamenco Night.

    The DL

    The DL is a three-story restaurant, bar, and rooftop lounge located in Manhattan's Lower East Side. The menu offers a collection of reimagined comfort food with a modern twist. The ideal location for a relaxed dinner, a few drinks or a late night treat, The DL offers something for everyone and brings a unique dining destination to the area. The second floor private room is available for special event upon request. The rooftop lounge is the Lower East Side's newest hotspot for both afternoon and evening.

    Hotel Chantelle

    On the corner of a historic neighborhood in downtown New York City, Hotel Chantelle stands where turn-of-the-century immigrants from the Old World first settled in America. The lobby bar reflects a faded elegance with a comfortable setting, while the rooftop lounge, complete with retractable roof, offers a unique dining experience as an oasis from the crowded streets of New York. The sexy, understated basement lounge features a dance party any night of the week.

    Gansevoort Park Rooftop

    Set twenty stories above Manhattan, Gansevoort Park Rooftop is a sky-high oasis offering six distinct venues with unhindered views of the Empire State Building and other iconic New York architecture. Unique features include a rooftop pool, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a patio, wrap-around terraces, handcrafted mosaic tiling and customized ethereal artwork by Deborah Anderson.

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