Explore Amazing Places with Savings from Flights to New York

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

New York City is one of the globally renowned cities in the United States of America visited by millions of tourists every year. The streets of this amazing city are lined with towering high-rises, charming old buildings, elegant cafes, restaurants, and many other visual delights. Over the years, people belonging to various nationalities, ethnic backgrounds, and cultures have made this city their home. As a result, you'll witness a cosmopolitan environment almost everywhere while getting around in this part of the world. There are many attractions that you can explore during your time spent in this part of the world.

One of the best attractions you can explore with the amount saved while booking your flights to New York is the Statue of Liberty. This world-famous monument is a symbol of freedom and opportunity, conceived in the 19th century by Edouard Laboulaye. In 1871, the French sculptor known as Frederic Auguste Bartholdi travelled to this American city to select an ideal site for installing the sculpture and then went back to Paris to design and get the entire monument completed. After its completion, the statue was shipped to New York and erected on a small island, which is now called Liberty Island. The Statue of Liberty was unveiled in 1886.

Another attraction worth exploring is the Grand Central Terminal, which is also known as Grand Central Station. Completed in the early 20th century, this station has Tennessee marble floors and ticket counters adorned with Italian marbles. The main concourse of this station has a vaulted ceiling, which depicts the constellations designed by Paul Cesar Helleu, who was a renowned French painter of those times. In recent times, the underground electric tracks of the Grand Central Terminal serve commuter trains running between the northern suburbs and Connecticut.

Spread across a vast area of 843 acres, Central Park is one of the attractions you must never miss during your time spent in New York City. It is one of the most famous green spaces in the world and comprises European-style gardens, tree-lined walkways, Central Park Zoo, and many other attractions. This park was created in the 19th century by Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmsted. If you wish to escape the hustle-bustle of crowds in the city and unwind amidst pleasant natural surroundings, this park would be a perfect choice. Central Park also hosts certain events that draw a sizeable number of crowds, such as the annual 'Shakespeare in the Park' productions held every summer at the open-air theatre.

The Brooklyn Bridge is yet another iconic attraction of New York City and gives you fabulous views of the Brooklyn waterfront, Manhattan, and the East River. At the time of its opening in the late 19th century, it was the first steel suspension bridge in the world. If you choose to walk across the bridge, it is advisable to stay in the pedestrian portion of the bridge's lane as the cyclists move quickly. Although there were many accidents that happened while the bridge was being constructed, it is still considered one of the shining examples of urban design.

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