New York Attractions

There are thousand of NY attractions that we can visit at our trip to New York. The city of New York is the type of place you will never get tired of. The are many things to do and to see, lots of monuments you can visit and amazing landscapes and views you can’t miss. Beyond the traditional image of a big and noisy city, it is also full of gardens, parks and pathways, so you can have fun no matter what you prefer, city or nature, in New York you will find both.

 

To start with NY attractions, among the must-see monuments of the city we can list the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State building, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Terminal, Central Park or the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). There are many other attractions in the city, but we will focus on the main ones.

 

The Statue of Liberty, known worldwide, is located in the Liberty Island of New York. It is a Roman sculpture representing the goddess of freedom. You can enjoy an incredible landscape, it is one of the greatest places to take pictures in New York. If you visit the Empire State building, you will also discover an awesome view of the city. We recommend you to buy your tickets on-line to avoid the queues. The Rockefeller Center, situated in Manhattan, is famous for its Christmas tree, Top of the rock observation deck, which is an skyscraper, and the Radio City Music Hall. Another typical place to visit, the Grand Central Terminal, which is not only where you can catch your transport, but also is worthy to visit for itself. If you are in New York is obligatory to go for a walk in Central Park, just like you have seen so many times in the movies. Apart from the magic feeling of being surrounded by nature, there are many activities you can do in there.

 

The last idea to spend your time in New York city, with all the NY attractions that we can find here, besides the skyscrapers, shops and parks, is to visit museums. You can consider the option of doing something different, more cultural, during your trip. We recommend you the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), which was founded in 1929 as the first museum completely dedicated to contemporary art.