10 things to do in New York

10 things to do in New York

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1.Visit Central Park

In New York summer and spring are the perfect seasons for long walks, cycling or relaxing in Central park. Winter is good for ice skating.

2.Roller coasters at Coney Island

Coney Island is located in the southernmost part of Brooklyn. Here you can find the first amusement park which name has become distinctive: Luna Park! Take a spin on Thunderbolt,  the first custom roller coaster!

3.The terrace view of the Empire State Building

The Empire State Building 86th floor observation deck will give you breathtaking views on the city, Central Park, the Hudson River and the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and so on.

4.A boat trip in Staten Island

It’s free, it’s relaxing and will allow you to see up close the Statue of Liberty.

5.A walk in Times Square

Times square is fascinating, especially at night with its glittering lights and the life that never stops. Broadway theatres and neon signs made of Times Square an illustrious landmark and a symbol of New York City

6.Ground Zero

Visiting Ground Zero Memorial it’s a must, to remember those that lost their lives on 9/11.

7.A trip to Ellis Island

Ellis Island was the main port of entry for immigrants to America. The Immigration Museum, which is located on the island, showcases  an important part of Afro American culture and history.

8.Visit museums

The museums in New York are many and time is always too short! On top of all, do not miss the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum, two of the most important museums in the world.

9.Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge

In 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was the tallest structure in North America and still remains an imposing monument. A nice walk here will reward you with unparalleled views of New York City skyline.

10.Shopping on Fifth Avenue

Fifth Avenue is one of the most important and unrivaled shopping streets in the world. While shopping compulsively, you will have the chance to see some of New York’s most important monuments.