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A visit to “The Big Apple” will leave you flabbergasted with its high-rise buildings and monuments, the city’s arts, food, fashion, and nightlife.
New York City is larger than life: in population, in square feet, in culture, in entertainment and so much more. The city has a lot to offer; no two visits will be the same. Even if it’s your first time or your twentieth, a visit to the city that never sleeps will never be complete without stopping at these famous landmarks.
Empire State Building Experience
One of the famous landmarks of New York City, the masterpiece of Art Deco design is a must when visiting this vibrant city, which can be considered as the world’s most famous office building.
Statue of Liberty
A great icon of freedom, the Statue of Liberty stood as New York Harbor’s beacon since 1886. The statue was given by the French people to the USA; it was designed by FrédéricAuguste Bartholdi and constructed by Gustave Eiffel.
Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Ellis Island is the gateway for millions of immigrants entering the United States. So if you want to know more about the history and stories of the people entering the US, a visit is a must.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Famously known as “The Met”, this museum provides a supreme view of the world. Overall, the collection of artwork housed on the Met is more than two million pieces that extend over five thousand years of history.
The 9/11 Memorial was created in honor of the people who died duringthe September 11, 2001attack and the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993.
Situated at the very heart of Manhattan, Central Park has an area of over 843 acres or 341 hectares and thought to be the city’s playground.
Time Square can be found at the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and has sometimes been thought as the Crossroads of the World. It is the center of the Theater District of New York and is filled with vibrant lights and billboards.
A visit to New York won’t be complete with trying a Broadway Show. The experience is reallyone-of-a-kind, and the quality is unequaled wherever in the world.
Grand Central Terminal
This iconic terminal brought mass commute to the USA during the 1900’s in an amazing way. The Grand Central Terminal is also among the oldest pieces of architecture left in New York.
Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden, also known as the “the world’s most famous arena,” is an entertainment center. Madison Square Garden offers shows like an NBA game by the New York Knicks, an NHL match by the Rangers or concerts by famous artists.
Running over the East River, Brooklyn Bridge is the link between Brooklyn and Manhattan. In 1964, it was made a national historic landmark. This work of wonder is one of the famous bridges in America and is the greatest tourist attraction of New York.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Considered as the most sacred and treasured landmark of New York, the St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral and is very popular among many tourists visiting New York.
With New York’s lavishattractions and activities for all tourists, it is a must-destination for your next vacation. Want to book a trip to New York but dread the long queues on the airport? Why not opt for a private jet rental at Charter Flight Group instead? Unlike a commercial flight, you don’t have to waste your time on falling in line when renting a private jet. In fact, you may arrive at the airport just minutes before your travel time. Contact us for more details!