New York City is an international metropolis, which welcomes around 50 million tourists annually.
In Manhattan’s Midtown are some of New York City’s most iconic symbols; structures like the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, and the Grand Central Terminal.
Times Square and Broadway provide New York City with near-endless theater and entertainment choices. Fifth Avenue is one of the world’s best shopping districts.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim are just two examples of New York City’s cultural collection. Central Park is the city’s green lung, where New Yorkers come to exercise and relax.
The Reflecting Absence memorial and museum honors the 3000 people who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.
Little Italy packs the tastes and flavors of Italy into a couple of streets, while Soho attracts well-heeled bohemians. Greenwich Village has cafés and bars where the likes of Bob Dylan first performed. Brooklyn and Coney Island are two distinct districts easily reachable from Manhattan..