New York Attractions And Travel Tips

New York attractions

New York attractions – New York is a 3rd most crowded state of the country, which is located in the Northeastern region of United States. It is surrounded by Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont to the East and New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south.

New York has an global border with Canadian provinces of Ontario to north and west and Quebec to north along with maritime border with Rhode Island east of Long Island. It is one of the United States’ most populous cities with 8,000,000 of population.

New York is known for its status as manufacturing, financial, transportation and cultural center and for its history as gateway for immigration to United States. New York was colonized by Lenape, Iroquois and Algonquian Native American groups. It lies at the mouth of Hudson River in southernmost part of the state, which is a part of Mid-Atlantic region of United States of America.

New York is a home to trade, media, finance, culture, research, food, art and fashion. It is one of the largest and most popular skylines on the planet governed by iconic Empire State Building. It is also one of the global centers of international finance, culture, politics, fashion, communications, music and film and is among the world’s most influential and important cities.


New York attractions include Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Times Square, Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Terminal, Ellis Island, Madison Square, Fifth Avenue, Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, Museum of Natural History, United Nations HQ, Wall Street, Woolworth Building, Flatiron Building, Chinatown, Guggenheim Museum, The Plaza, South Street Seaport, Coney Island, Columbus Circle, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Building, Bryant Park, Madison Square Garden, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, American Radiator Building, Skyscraper Museum, Federal Hall, Citigroup Center, Columbia University and World Financial Center.

Cheap hotels in New York include Hotel Pennsylvania, Hotel Riverside Studios, Hotel St. James, The Pod Hotel New York, The New Yorker Hotel, Roosevelt Hotel New York, Hotel Belleclaire, Paramount Hotel Times Square New York, Park Central New York Hotel, The Edison Hotel, Latham Hotel, Doubletree By Hilton Metropolitan – New York City, Days Hotel Broadway and Manhattan Broadway Budget Hotel.

There are plenty of other hotels in this city including Excelsior Hotel, Milburn Hotel, On The Ave, Park 79 Hotel, The Empire Hotel, The Lucerne Hotel, Upper East Side Hotels, Bentley Hotel, Loews Regency Hotel New York City, Moderate Upper East Side, Surrey Hotel, The Carlyle A Rosewood Hotel, The Franklin Hotel, The Sherry Netherland Hotel, Hudson A Morgans Original, Trump International Hotel and Tower, Blakely New York, Hilton New York, Mansfield Hotel, The Manhattan Club, Warwick New York Hotel and Washington Jefferson Hotel, or you may find hotels here in New York

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