New York City, hailed as the city that never sleeps, fondly known as the Big Apple, is home to approximately eight million people and with the population still expected to rise in the years to come. New York City is touted as the center of the world maybe because each part of the globe has left an indelible mark in this place. From food to works of art to culture exhibits to tourist spots, whatever it is you want your senses to take pleasure in, New York City most probably has it.
One major problem with out of town guests is where to stay while visiting the city. Visitors have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a hotel. From five-star hotels such as the Four Seasons Hotel to a bed & breakfast inn; it all depends on the person's budget. Here are a few hotels to consider.
Whether you prefer sashimi, pesto pasta, kimchi, shawarma or paella, there is no end of the variety of restaurants to be found in New York City. Here are a select few of restaurants that your taste buds might appreciate.
New York City is home to a thriving nightlife scene offering some of the best entertainment found anywhere in the country. Visitors have a choice of several menus to choose from such as theater, music, clubs, and bars. For a complete listing of entertainment venues, check out NYC Entertainment.
With so many attractions to explore in New York City can make it quite challenging just where to begin. Here are a few sites to get you started.
The Empire State Building - Statue of Liberty - Central Park - Madison Square Garden - Times Square - Radio City Music Hall - Metropolitan Opera House - Beacon Theatre - New York's Little Italy - 42nd Street
Tip: Consider purchasing the New York Pass, it will allow you to see all attractions for one price.
For a complete listing of New York attractions, click here.