In the Northwest part of the United States of America the mighty city of New York awaits to greet you with a wild promise of all the hope, opportunity and mystery in the world. The moment you inhale the air of this city you will know what actual diversity smells like.
The first question that comes to mind before deciding to come to this city is when to come? That is actually a very trick question. Let’s look at the options. In December to February it is really cold here, like super cold. Temperature drops below zero, BUT the hotels are cheapest at this time and you get to spend the Charismas here which would surely be an exceptional experience. You should be able to find hotels of $70- $80 per night at Central New York.
From March to May the temperature starts rising. Even though the highest would twenty degree Celsius and most of the time it is likely to remain between twelve to fifteen degree Celsius. Hotel prices are moderately high. The cheapest hotels are at least $120. New York is actually an expensive city. And this is the time for rain, so pack accordingly.
From June to August it is the hottest time of the year. The highest temperature you are going to get is thirty degree Celsius. The cheapest hotel would be around $130. From September to November the temperature starts to drop again, so the hotel prices. During Thanks Giving city becomes really crowed for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. By the end of November hotel prices are likely drop below $100.
Now lets talk about traveling I the city. New York has a pretty straightforward grid system. And that’s why it is fairly easy to move around. That’s just in case of direction. Please note the city shelters more than eight million people and every year more than fifty million more comes here to visit the city, so it’s going to be really crowded and traffic jam would be an issue. Bus and Subway fare is $2.75, and a seven day unlimited Metrocard is $31.
Well, no one needs any introduction to that lady. It bears the symbol of America’s unofficial national word that is ‘Freedom’. Now the thing is it is very tough to get manage a ticket. You need to book you ticket months ago so that you can get in it.
Buy your tickets from here: https://www.statuecruises.com/statue-liberty-and-ellis-island-tickets
BE AWARE of the scammer of Battery Park, who might try to sell black tickets.
The closest subway stations are:
Bowling Green- by the 4 and 5 trains
South Ferry Station- by the 1 train.
Rector Street Station- by N and R Train
Wall Street Station- by the 2 and 3 train
Broad Street Station- by the J and Z trains. View more
Get the greatest view of the city from its 102 nd floor, from the heart of Manhattan. You can get here by Subway: B/D/F/M, N/Q/R to 34th St-Herald Sq. If you want to avoid crowd I would suggest to visit before 11 AM or after 10 PM. and don’t miss the observatory on 86 th floor. Its always open. Buy tickets from: http://www.esbnyc.com/buy-tickets View more
One of the greatest Museums in the world with more than two million objects to display. Every year more than six million people come to visit here. To get here use subways: 4/5/6 to 86th St. it is open every day except for: Thanksgiving Day, December 25, January 1, and the first Monday in May.
Sunday–Thursday: 10 am–5:30 pm, Friday and Saturday: 10 am–9 pm
Ticket prices are actually up to you. They encourage donations. Visit here: http://www.metmuseum.org/visit/met-fifth-avenue
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World’s first steel suspension bridge, opened in 1883, at that time 1596 feet space between support towers was the biggest that time. With a twenty minute walk it would take you to Brooklyn.
4/5/6 to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall
J/Z to Chambers St; R to City Hall
More Information: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/infrastructure/brooklyn-bridge.shtml View more
So much architecture, now this one is for a little bit shopping and eating. This could be the best place to taste New York’s best and famous food items. This is really going to be a challenge to choose from its much diversified menu cards. Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, Indian and many more exotic cuisines might make you feel a bit lost and you might want come here more than one time.
The address is 75 Ninth Ave at 15th St. and you can get there by Subways:
A/C/E to 14th St
L to 8th Ave
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