Weocome to New York After suffering through some rough weather in the winter months, NewYork City is welcoming summer with open arms. And the collection ofwarm-climate events is sure to please, as always, with many returningfavorites, like the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, Pride Week and theLincoln Center Festival. The majority of the seasons most excitingevents are also free—including Shakespeare in the Park, the MuseumMile Festival and Broadway in Bryant Park—but some require ticketsand others fill up fast, so get in on the action early. A special highlightfor sports fans, the 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game takesplace at Citi Field, home of the Mets. Also on the sports front, close outyour summer with tennis biggest affair, the US Open TennisChampionships. For more, visit our weekly "Free in NYC" and "Top FiveEvents" features; check out our concert, fashion, art, nightlife andsports listings; see our roundup of annual events; or search for anevent in our calendar.
Hotel RanaissanceFive stars hotes which is located at time squareIt include breakfast and diner in hotel’s restaurant .
4 July Americas biggest birthday bash is the Macys Fourth of July Fireworks. As wasthe case the past few years, the fireworks take place over the Hudson River, withapproximately 40,000 shells launching from six barges between West 24th andWest 50th Streets. The inspiring display—accompanied by music—is a festiveway to celebrate our nations independence. Millions tune in on TV, but you canbe there in person.
surfing Summer in the New York beach an surfing all day .
Niagara FallsNiagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls that straddle theinternational border betweenthe Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S .stateof New York. They from the southend end of the Niagara Gorge.
Statue of Liberty• The Statue of Liberty is a monument commemorating the centaninal of the signing of theUnited States Declaration of Independence, given to the United States by people of France torepresent the friendship between the two countries established during the AmericanRevolution.
Brooklyn BridgeThe Brooklyn Bridge is a bridge inNew York City and is one of theoldest suspension bridge in U.S.Completed in1883, it connectsthe boroughs of Manhattan andBrooklyn by spanning the EastRiver. With a main span of 486.3m. it was the longest suspensionBridge in the world from itsopening until 1903 , and the firstSteel-wire suspension bridge.
Rockefeller Center• Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 commercial buildings covering 22acres between 48yhand 51th streets. Built by the Rockefeller family, it is located in the centre of MidtownManhattan, spanning the area between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. It was declared aNational Historic Landmark in 1987 .
Empire State Building• The Empire State Building is a 102-story skyscaper located at the intersection of Fifth Avanueand West 34th street . It has a roof height of 381 meters. It stood as the world’s tallest buildingfor 40 years, fromits completion in 1931 until construction of the World Trade Centre’s.
Chrysler Building• The Chryler Building is anskyscaper in New York City, located on the east side ofmanhattan. Standing at319meters ( it was theworld’s tallest building for11 month before it wassurpassed by the EmpireState Building in 1931 ) .