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Our Picked New York Attractions You Cannot Miss

Times Square
The most important commercial space in New York, the Times Square is located in the heart of Manhattan. Originally called the Longacre Square, it was renamed as Times Square when the New York Times moved to this place. A landmark in the city, it is alternatively known as the "Crossroads of the World" and "The Great White Way". Over the years it has become the home to some of the biggest hotels, office towers and commercial buildings. The best of restaurants and mega stores have also found their way here.
Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture which was gifted to the United States by the people of France. It has been installed on the Liberty Island in New York Harbor. It is a statue of Libertas, the Roman goddess of Freedom. The goddess bears a torch and a tablet of law. The date of the American Declaration of Independence is inscribed on it. A broken chain, symbolizing freedom, lies at her feet.
Central Park
A major public park in Manhattan, the Central Park is a great crowd puller in New York. Sprawling over 843 acres of city-owned land, it is a major landmark here. A designated National Historic Landmark, the park is preserved and governed by a government body. The park is made pretty by a number of lakes, fountains and fields. Other recreational facilities here include theatres, ice rinks, tennis courts and baseball fields. The park also has the Central Park Zoo and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in New York. It was constructed when the new Archbishop decided to erect a new cathedral and replace the one in downtown Manhattan. Built in brick and marble, it has a capacity to hold 2200 people and rises 330 feet from ground.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Popularly referred to as The Met, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is an art museum located in the Central Park and is an interesting attraction in New York. It has preserved more than two million works of art and is one of the largest art galleries in the world. The collection has some of the rarest of Egyptian, American and European works of art. It also has African, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine, and Islamic art. The entire Museum building is ¼ miles long and occupies more than 2,000,000 sq.ft. area.
Empire State Building
A 102 storey building in the New York City, the Empire State Building was named after an epithet of New York, often referred to as the Empire State. When constructed, it was the tallest building in the world. Engineers consider it to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. It is now a National Historic Landmark and a major attraction.
Madame Tussauds New York City
This is one of the most fascinating Museums in New York which lets you get close to life-like wax sculptures of celebrities. Some popular stars you can find here include Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson, Madonna and even Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe. This museum is one of the branches of the main Madam Tussauds Museum in London.
Rockefeller Center
A commercial complex, the Rockfeller Center is a complex of 19 buildings built by the Rockfeller family. The complex is named after John D. Rockefeller, Jr. who had taken the land from the Columbia University and undertook the construction all by himself. It was the largest private building project undertaken in recent times. The buildings are known for their art deco styling, parking garages and centralized heating. The complex is also a great place for shopping, fine dining and entertainment including an ice skating rink. The place is particularly charming during Christmas when it is converted into a Winter Wonderland and the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree with striking lights and decorations.
Madison Square Garden
The Madison Square Garden in New York is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Manhattan. It is the third busiest arenas in the world. The Garden was made over the Pennyslvania Station, which continued to run underneath making it the first of its kinds to be built over an active railroad system.
This is the new Financial District of New York and has become a metonym suggestive of all New York based financial interests. It is home to the largest Stock Exchange in the world, the New York Stock Exchange. Wallstreet has headquarters of several financial majors including NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, NYMEX, and NYBOT.

About New York

Ever happening and always changing, New York or better known as Big Apple is not just about neon-lights and skyscrapers, it is a city with a lot more of depth and character. As the towers reach out the sky and the most happening of entertainment avenues dazzle, New York moves on with a charm, not to be found elsewhere on the face of the earth. Look for the best from the world of fashion or the best know cuisine from any part of the world, there is a place here that can give you what you want. Walk into the streets of New York and find a diverse population, ever friendly and always helpful. Do make sure than you make to the lovely parks and public places to mix with the friendly locals who help you known the city better and even give you tips on what to do around.
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Shop till you Drop in New York

Designer boutiques, mega stores, shopping malls and endless shopping avenues line New York. Shopaholics would find it difficult to leave New York as it is one place that lets you shop for anything you can think of. For those adept in the game of bargaining, there are innumerable places where you get stuff for a good bargain. For those with a sweet tooth, New York can be a paradise. There is a wide array of shops selling assorted chocolates. The best place to shop ever is the Fifth Avenue which should be strolled down for a unique shopping experience. The Chinatown is the city’s most famous ethnic neighborhood and makes for an excellent place to shop for inexpensive goods. Some good places to shop include American Girl Place, Barney’s New York and the Bloomingdale’s.

Feasting in New York

There is no dearth of eating places in New York and it has innumerable places which serve good food at inexpensive rates. A good number of ethnic restaurants are here that let locals and tourists enjoy a wide variety, hard to be found anywhere else. For a more refined dining experience one can try out the classy restaurants at the Times Square and Little Italy. More of the good budget restaurants are found in Chinatown, the East Village, and the Lower East Side. Per Se, Club 21 and Restaurant Daniel are some of the best restaurants in the world. Lattanzi is an excellent place for some authentic Italian fare while the Red Cat offers original New York food. AYZA Wine & Chocolate Bar is always an excellent place for the finest of wines and assorted chocolates.