New York City is the most populous city in the United States, with an estimated 8,274,527 people. Is l ocated on the Atlantic coast of the Northeastern United States, the city consists of five boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. New York City's magnificence has captivated millions of visitors over the years for being one of the most exciting cities in the world.
The Statue of Liberty , America's symbol of freedom.Milions of people visit the Statue of liberty every year. Brooklyn Bridge: NY's favorite bridge and the world's first steel suspension bridge Places
Central Park: This park is very big and very nice. He have grassy meadows, wooded groves, paths for jogging, biking, strolling, horseback riding, playing fields, a small zoo, an ice-skating rink, an outdoor theater; and numerous fountains and sculptures. Flatiron Building: New York's first skyscraper. Built in 1903 and famous for its triangular design
<ul>The Empire State Building: I con of New York City since 1931, has been featured in thousands of movies. </ul>The American Museum of Natural History: Is one of the largest and most innovative natural history museums in the world.
<ul>Macy's is not only a fashion institution – it’s an American icon. Macy's the world’s largest store with over 2 million square feet of retail space. </ul>Shopping
Junior’s Restaurant , a Brooklyn landmark since 1950, is known for its overstuffed deli sandwiches, gourmet hamburgers, skyscraper ice cream sodas, and, of course, cheesecake. Junior’s cheesecake was voted No. 1, the Best in New York by New York Magazine. Restaurants
Chinese New Year's Celebration: Held on February 12. Chinese people have been welcoming in the New Year and chasing away the evil spirits by setting off firecrackers. Halloween Parade : Its the nation's largest public Halloween celebration (October 31) attended by over 2 million people every year and continuously presented since 1973. Costums
New York City Marathon: The New York City Marathon is run every year on the first Sunday in November and gathers around 35,000 participants. New Years Eve Celebration: One of the oldest and cheapest ways to celebrate the New Year is to join the million or so partiers who congregate in Times Square to watch the famous lighted ball descend.