America’s largest city is also maybe its most diverse. You can find people from just about everywhere doing just about everything. Rub elbows at an upscale art gallery or five-star restaurant, or grab a hot dog and explore one of New York’s ever-changing immigrant neighborhoods, like Chinatown or the Lower East Side. From sports to opera, New York has sights high, low, and in-between.
Start with a view of the city from atop one of New York’s world-famous skyscrapers. Then spend the day window-shopping in the fashionable Soho or getting lost in one of the city’s fabulous museums. The 9/11 Memorial is also a popular stop.
Finally, no trip would be complete without taking in a Broadway show, a visit to the Statue of Liberty, and a glimpse of Times Square. But make time to relax with a stroll through one of New York’s beautiful and expansive parks, like Central Park in the heart of Manhattan or Prospect Park in Brooklyn.