New York Sights and Landmarks Guide, New York
The City of New York is the most densely and the most highly populated cities of United States. It is also one of the most famous cities of this planet and hence an important tourist hot spot. One will surely consume multiple days if he / she is serious about visiting the complete city of New York considering the amount of excitement which the city boasts of.
The administration of New York has started many schemes which will help you visit some of the most important tourist hot spots and skip the not-so-famous ones. You can opt for Explorer Pass that will give you the chance to visit the 7 most famous attractions of The City of New York. The City Pass will help you to visit the 5 most famous tourist hot spots within the period of 9 days. Such schemes can help you plan your tour of this famous and lively city.
The best known place with which any layman on this planet is accustomed with is the Statue of Liberty. You need to to book a ticket in advance if you want to visit the museum which is located at the base of the statue. One should remember that the crown and the torch have now been locked for the general public and you won’t be permitted to enter that part of the statue.
Time Square is another famous tourist hot spot. Time Square is famous for its huge LED signs and multiple video screens. The place is full of many theaters, restaurants, hotels, family parks, and various business related offices. In short, Times Square has everything a visiting tourist will be looking for considering the fact that he isn’t a history lover as there is nothing which could be tagged as historical in Times Square.
Empire State Building is another famous tourist hot spot which was very famous in the past when it was considered as the tallest building in the planet. Nowadays many buildings have left Empire State Building down in the list of tall buildings but the charm of Empire State Building hasn’t died down yet. It is suggested that you visit the Empire State Building during night hours as that is the time when you will feel the beauty of this huge structure.
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travel tip by MadSuh posted more then 30 days ago
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