Empire, Top of the Rock, Statue of Liberty...
AUTHOR SANEL HUSKANOVIC / CATEGORY SIGHTS / JULY-09-2019
New York has numerous sights and it is difficult to see them all in one visit. However, it helps to know them all and choose the most beautiful or interesting ones. Below you will find all the important sights sorted by locations, parks, viewing platforms, museums and ferries.
Places and places
1. Times Square
Impossible to visit New York and not take a sightseeing tour of Times Square, regardless of whether you are a first-time or tenth-time visitor.
2. Grand Central
The largest and most beautiful train station in New York that is more than just a train station. Here you can shop, eat, watch New Yorkers and marvel at interesting things like the ceiling of the main building.
3. Brooklyn Bridge
The Big Apple's most beautiful bridge and one of the most beautiful on the planet. Walking around this engineering feat that changed the world is an unforgettable experience, especially at sunset. We have a walking tour for it. click
4. Wall Street
Billions of dollars are traded here every day, it is the most important trading center in the world, the Bull and the Fearless Girl are in the immediate vicinity and it is from here that George Washington ruled as the first American president. If you would like to take a closer look, you can do so on our Fairytale New York tour.
5. West and East Villages
The two “villages” where the poorest people in the city once lived and today the rich and beautiful live. Tourists rarely get lost here, but this area is a little piece of old New York and absolutely worth seeing.
6. Ground Zero
A tragic place where the Twin Towers once stood, today there are two pools that serve as a reminder of the two towers.
7. Rockefeller Plaza
A very special place, not just during the Christmas season. At any time of the year, this corner looks great decorated with various works of art.
8. Lincoln Center and Columbus Circle
I love these two places especially at night. They are close by and both have beautifully lit water fountains.
9. St Patrick's Cathedral
Not just for religious people, it is an impressive piece of architecture.
10. The Plaza Hotel
If there is an iconic hotel it is the Plaza. Kevin alone in New York and famous guests have made this place immortal. You can shop and eat delicious food in the hotel's basement.
Sights and viewing platforms
1. The Statue of Liberty
2. Empire State Building
The most famous building in the most photographed skyline in the world. A great view of the entire city. I prefer the view from here at night. To avoid the queue for tickets, get them in advance. click
3. One World Trade Center
The tallest building in the city and the newest observation deck. The visit, including the elevator ride and the presentation, is a wonderful experience.
My tip: visit the building at sunset. Tickets are available by clicking here
Ferries and boat rides
1. The Statue of Liberty
2. Staten Island Ferry
A free ferry connecting Staten Island and Manhattan. The ride takes about 20 minutes one way and offers beautiful views of the Statue of Liberty and the southern tip of Manhattan.
3. Circle Line
This ship leaves approximately Times Square on the West Side of Manhattan. The 2.5 hour trip takes you very close to the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. You can get tickets by clicking here
4. East River Ferry
The new network made it possible to travel across the East River with great views of the skyline, Queens and Brooklyn for very little money ($2.75). You can find more information by clicking here
5. Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise
A costly undertaking that is worth the money. A dinner cruise with live music and a great atmosphere. For tickets and details click here
1. Central Park
The most famous park in the world, Central Park. It's the most unusual place in NYC. You can find out everything about Central Park by clicking here
2. Bryant Park
Nowhere can you feel the metropolis as much as here. I love sitting here at night under the lights of the skyscrapers and enjoying the hustle and bustle.
3. High Line Park
Only in New York is it possible to turn a disused rail network into a gold mine. Here you can enjoy a great walk.
1. Metropolitan Museum
A must for all history lovers. It is the largest and most visited museum in NYC. You can get tickets by clicking here
My tip: Stop by the roof, there is an incredible view of Central Park and the skyline.
2. Museum of Natural History
Famous for the large dinosaur skeletons and the film "A Night at the Museum."
Museum of Modern Art. Anyone who loves art won't want to leave here again.