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- Times Square
- Rockefeller Plaza
- National September 11 Memorial
- Penn Station
- Empire State Building
- Barclays Center Brooklyn
- Grand Central Terminal
- Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
- Radio City Music Hall
- Museum of Modern Art
- Theatre District
- MetLife Stadium
- Harmon Cove Outlet Center
- Downtown Brooklyn
- Prudential Center
- Meatpacking District
- Lincoln Center
Where to stay in New York
Historic Accommodations of New york
With a history that spans hundreds of years, it is no wonder that this city is filled with both historic and modern landmarks. Visitors looking for that special touch can use our site to find the most historic accommodations of New York, with some providing excellent locations. In this city though, you will find it a challenge to develop itineraries, especially if they are only for a couple days, as there is just too much to see.
If there had to be two things to explore in New York, it would have to be the historic landmarks and the arts and culture. Whether it is the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center Tour or a movie tour, you can be assured of an awe-inspiring time, especially if you’re a fan of movies made in the US.Things to see
Some of the landmarks in New York are so embedded in history that as time go by, they get even more famous. These landmarks include the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Wall Street and the September 11 memorial at the World Trade Center site. Hopping to and fro these spots promises an unforgettable time for anyone with a hint of interest in history and culture.
Fans of theatre and performing arts can also visit the world-famous Broadway, and choose from several shows and musicals. Many of the performances are major musicals and well-known dramatic works, assuring almost any visitor a memorable time.Hotels in New York
New York hotels might be shock to your wallet, with hundreds of dollars required for just one night in a decent room, in an average hotel. However, mid-range hotels are still easily found on our site. Other options are also plenty, from hostels to budget rooms and motels to luxurious hotels bearing internationally known brand names. Getting around is relatively easy by foot and subway, and driving is recommended only during off-peak hours.Where to stay
Manhattan would be a great choice if you’re looking for a convenient location in New York. Times Square in Broadway has hotels for visitors on any kind of visit, and most of the attractions are accessible by foot. It is also here that you will find diverse cultures, which mean a wide range of delectable restaurants. Accommodation options are mainly hotels with a few hostels, with decent rooms and excellent accessibility.
Another borough to explore is Brooklyn, with several opportunities for sightseeing, restaurants, and nightlife. The lodging here includes inns and B&B’s with decent rooms and food but if you’re looking for state of the art amenities, then luxurious hotels would be the way to go. Brooklyn also serves as a gateway to other boroughs like Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.How to get to New York
International airports here include John F. Kennedy and Newark Liberty, both of which service international flights from all over the world. Domestic flights are managed by LaGuardia Airport. Visitors can get into the city via shuttles, trains and buses, as alternatives to taxis.
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