One of the best known squares in the world. Constantly bustling with life and a great spot for photos. A must-see.
A moving memorial of the tragic 9/11 incident, with two sites outlining the former location of the twins. Must see.
One of New York's trademark sights. Climb to the top and see the stunning skyline - be it day or night. Book in advance.
One of New York's famous sights and a tranquil haven in the heart of Manhattan. Plenty of things to do and see here.
One of New York's iconic skyscrapers. Take the tour and definitely check out the observation deck. A must-visit.
This is New York in one sight. The iconic, majestic statue is an absolute must-see while visiting the city.
A stunning architectural sight of the Beaux-Arts era. Many things to see - guided tours are available.
Perhaps the most iconic avenue in the world. Browse the super-expensive shops and breathe in the atmosphere of the Big Apple. This major thoroughfare is lined with prestigious shops and flagship stores, and those located between 49th Street and 60th Street are consistently ranked among the most expensive in the world! Listed as one of the greatest streets to visit in the USA by the American Planning Association in 2012, this historic street is not just about shopping. It is also home to some marvelous museums, parks, exclusive apartments, and historical landmarks. The street is waiting to surprise you with many national historic landmarks too, like the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, the New York City Public Library, the Rockefeller Center, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral!
This famous landmark gave name to the whole neighborhood. You can best admire it from Madison Square park nearby.
One of New York's famous neighbourhoods. The atmosphere here is really something - same as the deals you can get in the marketplaces.
The Art Deco skyscraper is an architectural jewel and one of New York's landmarks. Unfortunately closed to visitors, but still worth a stop.
A touching memorial to John Lennon and his work and a gathering place for the fans. Peaceful and perfect for thinking.
Used to be one of the busiest immigration islands and the so-called "gateway to America". Nowadays, it holds a museum.
One of the symbols of New York, and the world economy. High-tech home of one of the world's leading financial markets.
A majestic 17th-century church and a beautiful piece of history in New York streets. Many famous people were buried here.
One of New York's famous neighbourhoods, unfortunately almost gone from the map. Enjoy the atmosphere while it lasts!
This huge museum has everything from dinosaurs to its own planetarium. Holds interactive exhibits and an IMAX cinema.
USA's largest public library. You can take the tour or enjoy the changing temporary exhibits - most of them on very intriguing topics.
The iconic suspension bridge is an absolute must-see. Walk its length and take in the New York skyline.
Despite its importance in global world, it is just another street. Lots of little shops and great eateries around. Do not miss the famous bull!
One of New York's public parks. A great chance to relax, enjoy the atmosphere and meet the resident turkey.