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Must Visit Tourist Spots in NYC

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New York City is known for its crazy lifestyle and warm people. In this concrete jungle there are magnificent modern marvels and wealth of diversity, NYC offers something 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We have put together the best spots that you cannot miss in NYC.

Times Square

New York Times Square
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Known as the heart of Midtown, Times Square is famous visual experience, neon lights, for its television studios and Broadway theaters. It covers an area of 42nd to 47th Streets, from Broadway to Seventh Avenue. The area is famous for its New Year's eve and there is Madam Tussaud to take a look at  famous celebrities. The staff is friendly and lets you take selfies with your favorite actors and singers. You can also visit Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum just a few steps away from Madam Tussaud and experience the amazing Cold War-era submarine Growler, first space shuttle Enterprise, the world’s fastest jets, a British Airways Concorde and legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid.

Central Park

Southwest of Central Park NYC
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Central Park is known for its scenic beauty. Here, you will get to see loads of New Yorkers. You can also rent bike if you don't want to walk or if short of time. Explore the zoo, the John Lennon memorial, Belvedere Fountain and the Lake and walk across to the Metropolitan Museum. Don't forget to grab a famous cappuccino of Joe's. Take a subway from Metropolitan Museum to Battery Park.

Brooklyn Heights Promenade


Manhattan skyline as viewed from Brooklyn Heights Promenade
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Visit Brooklyn Heights Promenade, from here you can see the entire New York Harbor. The Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridges are illuminated, casting a glow on the river. You can also have famous ice cream from the  Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.

Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock and get a 360-degree view of the city. Some of the landmarks you’ll be able to spot from this vantage point include the Chrysler Building, the Freedom Tower, Central Park, and many more. It will take you 22 minutes to reach Greenwich Street, next stop will be - 9/11 Tribute Center.

9/11 Tribute Center


Tribute Center in Light Memorial
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Visit 9/11 Tribute Center and commemorate the lives lost in this tragic event.You will also get to hear the stories of family members who lost loved ones, recovery workers, nearby residents, and 9/11 survivors.

Wall Street

Wall Street
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Walk down to Financial  district or better known as heart of Economy. Visit Federal Hall National Memorial, where George Washington took  an oath of office as the first President of the USA. There is New York Stock Exchange, U.S. Customs House and Castle Clinton National Monument and many more astounding buildings famous for their unique architecture. There is heavy security but you can click as many pictures as you want. Don't forget to see the famous bull statue. Sign up for an hour-plus tour of the Federal Reserve; it is a must see how the financial district works.

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