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Top 5 Things to Do in New York City

Posted on 30 January 2018 by admin (0)

New yorkAre you a New York first time visitor? You might want to make a list of the top five things that you can do in the city. There are awesome places to go and outdoor activities to undertake, including riding on some of the most coarse terrains. You won’t be worried to have towing services if you get stuck in these mountains as there are many providers who can rescue you. If all the things were to be compiled, they wouldn’t fit in a single article. Therefore, this article only touches on the major activities. The major assumption is that you have heard of the primary attractions, such as Times Square, the Metropolitan Museum Art and the Statue of Liberty.

 

Central Park

This is a naturally beautiful place with so much hidden history. The vibrant flora and the verdant views. The best way to move around and have a wonderful experience is through renting a bicycle. You can head to Central Park for an early morning jaunt around 6:00 am, or you can join one of the frequent tours which cost approximately $47 for every person. The routes are well marked to help you navigate the hilly where you can stop to view the model sailboats available at the Conservatory Water, top of the Vista Rock at the Belvedere Castle and the Bow Bridge. The latter has been one of the most photographed areas of the New York City.

The Empire State Building

empire state buildingThe cameo appearances in movies such as an Affair to Remember, King Kong and the famous Sleepless in Seattle have increased the popularity of this building. When you go the 86th floor observation deck, you can easily view the whole city at 360 degrees. The Empire State Building continues to admit visitors up to the late hours of the night. For almost four decades, this was the tallest building in the world. This history can also be a good reason to visit there.

 

Top of the Rock Observatory

This is an observation spot strategically situated at the top of the Rockefeller Center. Typically, it is an extensive complex made from nineteen different tall buildings found in Midtown’s 48th and 51st streets. The Rockefeller Center is one of the most significant spots to have an overview look at the city. However, if you visit the observatory, you will be able to enjoy a panoramic look that involves iconic skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the famous One World Trade Center.

The Ride

This is most people’s favorites as it is viewed as among the most interesting ways to navigate the city. Besides, you are able to interact with other visitors, something that makes your tour even more interesting. There is a custom-built bus that is used as a traveling theatre where the riders can be taken through a 75-minute wonderful experience from Times Square to Manhattan.

9/11 Tribute Center

 

9/11 will definitely remain one of the most significant events in the history of Americans. The Tribute Center is located at 120 Liberty Street. You can find the details of the attack, including the perpetrators, the forces behind, those who responded the first and the ordinary volunteers who helped to calm the situation.