New York is a city that never sleeps and you can imagine that this really is true given that there is a constant buzz in the streets that can’t be described unless you simply go there and experience it for yourself. This article will talk about maximising your time in New York City the next time you are there.
There really is no shortage of shopping in New York City, so it is a great idea to visit the New York shopping outlets, boutiques or other large shops. New York has practically any type of shopping for any type of person. For example there are a number of luxury shops right in the heart of Manhattan, but if you are looking for some smaller more boutique like shops, you can find many of these in Brooklyn. Many of these also have very high ethics and are usually goods made in the USA.
Central Park is probably the most magical place in the city and it is not hard to see why. This park makes up a huge amount of New York city and is literally right in the centre of it. In summer you can walk or ride around the park and even go for a swim in the swimming pool there, this swimming pool is very unique because it converts into an ice skating rink in the winter. Central Park is a great place to go in any season!
The Empire State Building
This famous landmark is something that holds a very special place in the heart of New Yorkers and travellers alike, especially given its size as the second largest building in New York city. I have been to many tall buildings in my day, but none gives the sense of a city like the Empire State Building does and the view deck on top is simply amazing. From here you can truly appreciate the size and scale of New York and its surrounds, especially with its strong contrast to Central Park.
The Statue of Liberty
Last but not least on this list is the Statue of Liberty and is a world famous sign of the Big Apple, and perhaps the most popular tourist attraction in the city. Whether you simply take a ferry and view the statue, or actually decide to go inside it really does not matter, because both will be a magnificent experience of the ultimate symbol of significance for the American people and their claim of independence in 1776.