In that city, you feel powerless and small, but at the same time just like you rule the world. Feeling that you can not feel anywhere else, but there.
New York is located halfway between Boston and Washington DC, in southeastern New York State. Its location has helped the city to become a significant commercial center.
New York City is know as the Big Apple. It is the city which is the largest in the USA. For more than a 100 years it has been one largest financial and commercial locations in the world. Entertainment, Fashion, media and political center, it is world famous tourist destination.
New York intertwines many different traditions and cultures. There are a wide variety of settlers and immigrants from every part of the world. It mixes different type of races and people and that is why it is unique.
You will see many cultural monuments is New York. Most visited tourist sites are Ellis Island, Empire State Building, Broadway theater, Madame Tussaud’s wax museum, Times Square, Fifth Avenue, South Park, Central Park, the Zoo in the Bronx, the building of Rockefeller, the Botanical Garden and the last but not least the Statue of Freedom. Nearly 40 million tourists a year visit the city.
The Statue of Liberty, located on Liberty Island, is One of the symbols of New York and USA. It has been built in 1886 to seal the alliance between America and France.
The second most expensive municipality in USA and the most in New York is Manhattan. This area is the largest and one of the most advanced financial, cultural and commercial in the world.
One of the most beautiful squares in the world is also in New York. This is Times Square. Countless illuminated advertisements and neon, colors, ,buzz, indescribable beauty, before which you hold your breath.
Empire State Building is the building which is one of the icons of New York. If you are at the topl and the weather is clear, you can even see throughout the city at a glance. Of course, the entire city so huge that the eyes are far from covering all its grandeur.
With the constant buzz of traffic and people and non-stop subway, New York is known as the “City that never sleeps.” The are discos, clubs and bars for every taste, color and financial capabilities are so many that it is difficult to name any number. There are so many different cultural customs and traditions in NY that the cuisine is a challange. It is documented that In 2005 in the city 36 percent of the population was born outside the US and there were nearly 170 different languages spoken. The huge number of immigrands modeled the taste preferences entirely. Italians and Jews are notorious for pizza, bagels and cheesecake. The falafel and duners compete with street vendors of hot dogs. There are a lot of fine restaurants that offer Mediterranean, Japanese, Chinese, European and local cuisine.
Millions of art connoisseurs are attracted by the building of the world-famous Opera House (Lincoln center). The city with its more than 500 galleries is the second largest center for the film industry in the United States.