Manhattan is the city's biggest and most bustling borough, open 24 hours and packed with more attractions and people than practically any other place on Earth
It's the vibrant home to millions who treasure its endless choices
You can count on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center to showcase cutting-edge fashion even when
740 Park Avenue, The Plaza, The Dakota, The Ansonia, The Apthorp. These are iconic, landmark buildings that contain some of the most lavish apartments in New York City,
Manhattan is the glittery, bustling heart of New York City. At 23 square miles, it is the smallest of New York's five boroughs. Home to 1.6 million residents, it's also the mostly densely populated. From its origins as a 17th-century Dutch port, Manhattan developed into the cultural and commercial center of the world. Visitors, from all over the globe, flock to the Empire State Building, Broadway, Chinatown, Wall Street and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can sample international cuisine,… shop until you drop, enjoy some of the best live entertainment in the world, and then party until dawn in the city that never sleeps. Read More [+]
Not every diner wants to be part of the “see-and-be-seen” scene. For those who enjoy a little tranquility with their meal, there’s nothing like hiding out in NYC’s “secret” restaurant gardens — those quiet, al fresco patches tucked into courtyards,
New York City is the country’s culinary king — and this is particularly evident in its superb array of premiere seafood restaurants. Manhattan is an island, after all.
Elevated subway lines, once known as “the el,” dominated the streets of New York in the early days of subway ridership. Since then, most of our subway system has gone underground.
Who doesn’t love a good musical act while they’re waiting for the subway? It’s certainly better than the sounds ofscreeching cars or scratchy conductor announcements.
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