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The One World Trade Center stands as the fourth-tallest building in the world and the tallest in the Western Hemisphere and achieves NYC's most sought-after feat: delivering the most breathtaking view of the five boroughs and beyond. Once you arrive at the top, prepare to be swept away by the incredible views so expansive you can see the curvature of the earth.
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Whether you ogle it from Battery Park or while onboard the Staten Island Ferry, you must gaze upon the Statue of Liberty.
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Central Park, an 843-acre oasis, is the world’s biggest backyard and a must-explore experience during any visit.
Equal parts awesome and daunting, the Metropolitan Museum of Art ranks among the world’s best art museums.
Arrive hungry to Eataly—and thirsty. Take your pick of handmade pasta, seasonal fish, prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, and all the other good things Italy is known for—including molto delizioso gelato.
A visit to the Guggenheim is doubly rewarding: You get to see expertly curated collections of modern and contemporary art and admire one of America’s most iconic mid-20th-century buildings.
Visit Grand Central Terminal around midday, as light streams in from the cathedral-like windows, to appreciate this 100-year-old architectural gem’s massive main concourse and discover its hidden nooks and crannies.
While you’re in Times Square amid the neon lights, flashing Jumbotrons, giant ruby-red stairs, and guitar-strumming Naked Cowboy, get in line for discounted Broadway show tickets at the TKTS booth.
Channel New York City's historic energy and admire its famous skyline by strolling across the Brooklyn Bridge. Hint: The view is best if you start in Brooklyn.
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The West Village is a neighborhood unlike any other. Head south of 14th St and west of Fifth Ave and simply get lost amid its charming townhouses, eclectic boutiques, and legendary bars, cafes, and shops,
The footprint of the World Trade Center’s twin towers has been transformed into the 9/11 Memorial that echoes with sorrow and yet shines with the resilience of the city and its people.