||GETTING AROUND IN NEW YORK
York City is the cultural capital of the world, and has something
for people from all walks of life to enjoy. The best way to get
around NYC are by public buses, trains, and subways run by NYC MTA.
You can find a bus, train, or subway map at Mta.info
can't miss the specials and sales going around in New York! From
Saks Fifth Ave to Macy's, to any small designer store in Greenwich
Village, you can find the best piece of clothing and the prices
that will fit into your budget, in no time. New York also has many
flea markets, open fairs, and vintage/thrift shops where you can
uncover hidden treasures.
York is home to a melting pot of various nationalities, religions,
and ethnic groups. Never been to Italy? The Italian restaurants
located in NY's Little Italy neighborhood can offer you a glimpse.
Interested in Mediterranean cuisine? Experience one of New York's
many Mediterranean diners, cafes, and restaurants. Want to try
authentic Chinese or Halal food? You got it! New York has something
the greatest things about NYC is its beautiful outdoor parks. The
largest park in NYC is Central Park. Central Park separates the
east and the west side of Manhattan, and stretches from 59th St to
110th St. The park includes several lakes, theaters, ice rinks,
fountains, tennis courts, baseball fields, playgrounds and other
facilities. It is also home to the Central Park Zoo and the
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
popular places to visit include Chelsea Park and Bryant Park in
Manhattan, Flushing Meadows and Corona Park in Queens, Coney Island
Beach and Boardwalk in Brooklyn, and the Bronx Zoo in the
to Bluedata are Madison Square Park and Union Square Park. Madison
Square Park is located on 26th and Broadway. Union Square Park is
located on 14th St and Broadway.
New York City Department of Parks and Recreation offers more
information about parks around the city. Please visit them at
Nycgovparks.org. Click on Explore Your Park and then
Find a Park to find a park near you.
has many amazing museums to explore. Museums offer not only
permanent exhibits, but also many time-limited exhibits. Every
visit is a unique experience.
Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest museum in NYC and
contains ancient and modern art from across the world. The Museum
is located on 82nd St and 5th Ave.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) is NYC's most famous modern art museum.
It is located on 53rd St and 5th Ave. (A recommended donation of
$20 is suggested for adults)
museum is not your cup of tea then why not experience New York's
exciting night life? See a play on Broadway or one of the many
off-Broadway shows. Visit a comedy club or see a live taping of a
show. New York is home to Radio City Music Hall and to Madison
Square Garden. Madison Square Garden has a year round calendar full
of music, sports, or other special events. Like sports? Catch a
baseball game at Citifield or Yankee Stadium.
additional information on NYC's arts, entertainment and live music
events, visit TimeoutNY.com
YORK CITY - 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
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