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Explore More with Savings from Cheap Flights to New York

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

An immensely popular global power city, New York is also called the 'City of New York' or 'New York City'. It gives its visitors diverse experiences, but the most unforgettable ones are the sights across the city characterised by towering skyscrapers, bustling streets, and vast green spaces. This city in the United States of America (USA) is also home to some of the most excellent museums. During your time spent in this city, you can explore its architectural wonders, cafes that remind you of the good old days, and some unique neighbourhoods, such as Chinatown and Greenwich Village.

You can utilise the savings made while booking your cheap flights to New York to explore the Statue of Liberty, which is one of the tallest statues in the world and was a gift from France to America. A four-hour trip of this statue and Ellis Island would allow you to visit both these attractions. It would also give you the chance to access the Museum at Ellis Island and the Pedestal Museum. You can also choose to witness this statue from Battery Park, located on Manhattan's southern tip. Upon booking the tickets to this statue well in advance, you can go right up to its crown.

While holidaying in this American city, you can also visit the Empire State Building. It is one of the most famous buildings in the city and one of the popular tourist attractions. When it was opened in 1931, it was the tallest building in the world. It houses two observatories and both of them provide mesmerising views of the city and its surroundings. One of them is located on the 86th floor and is the highest open-air observation deck in New York City. The topmost observation deck is located on the 102nd floor. You can purchase an optional ticket that allows you to skip the long queues to this observation deck.

Brooklyn Bridge is yet another attraction in the city worth exploring during your holiday. It is one of the most recognisable landmarks in this part of the world and connects Manhattan to Brooklyn. An architectural marvel with suspension cables and Gothic-shaped arches, it was completed in the late 19th century and was the first steel suspension bridge at the time. You can have some of your memorable moments in the city while taking a walk across this bridge on a walkway open only to cyclists and pedestrians. Cycling is not a great option as it can be quite challenging owing to the pedestrian traffic.

Don't miss a visit to Central Park, which is an excellent spot to unwind after some busy sightseeing schedules. The crisscrossed pathways of this park allow you to walk, peddle, or enjoy a carriage ride. During winter, it becomes one of the favourite spots of skating enthusiasts as it gives them the chance to glide across Wollman Rink. The park is also a wonderful place to witness beautiful natural surroundings. You can also take some time to explore many of the park's popular attractions. Some of them are Strawberry Fields, Central Park Zoo, and Belvedere Castle.


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