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New York City

Architecture, fine art, theater, dining, shopping... what can't you experience in New York City? Cloud-breaching skyscrapers dot its skyline, while Lady Liberty stands proudly in New York Harbor. Visitors taking a bite of the Big Apple will find endless options in this metropolis' five distinct boroughs (Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island). Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and the High Line, a park situated on a former elevated railroad, are just a few of the major NYC attractions.

This behemoth at the nexus of the Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean is the most populated city in the United States. The character, landscapes, culture and peaks of human achievement that New York City displays make it an indisputably essential travel destination. Alicia Keys may have said it best in her song "Empire State of Mind": "There's nothing you can't do."

Learn More About New York City

Central Park
Sprawling green space and an antidote to New York's concrete jungle.

Statue of Liberty National Monument
French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi's creation stands proudly as an American icon in New York Harbor.

Empire State Building
At a height of 1,454 feet, this New York landmark's observatories provide the most breathtaking views of the city.

Times Square
Midtown Manhattan's buzzing center of theater, lights and billboards is one of the world's most visited locations.

Rockefeller Center
Complex of 19 commercial buildings (including NBC at 30 Rockefeller Plaza) has an ice rink during the winter months. Presiding over it all is a golden statue of Prometheus in the Lower Plaza.

Museum of Modern Art
Midtown Manhattan's MoMA is one of the most influential and sizable modern art museums in the world.
Getting Around
Walking is key in NYC, but subways and buses are the next-best option. MTA New York City Transit will get you around all five boroughs and it runs 24/7. Purchase a MetroCard and you're on your way!
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