The City That Never Sleeps – New York! You just can’t be bored there. Time Out NY announced the list of 101 things to do in New York. Here is my personal selection of the most favorites.
Independently of the season, Central Park is amazing place to go for a walk or picnic. It is basically 843-acre landscape architecture masterpiece. It was designed in 19th century by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Especially worth to visit is Ramble, 36-acre wilderness area on the west side of the park.
It is next must see in New y York. Brooklyn Bridge was opened in 1883, and reminds of architectural history of New York. It was first crossing above the East River and the longest suspension bridge in the world at that time. It quickly became touristic attraction for its great views of lower Manhattan Statue of Liberty and much more.
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Yes it only happens four times per year but if at that time you will be in NY you just can’t miss it! What exactly Manhattanhenge is about? It is a spectacle when the setting sun aligns exactly in the middle of Manhattan’s east-west grid. This phenomenon occurs because the view from Manhattan to New Jersey is clear. To see Manhattanhenge be as far east as possible, you can find a good place on the crosses of 14th, 34th, 42nd and 57th Streets.
Aire Ancient Baths
It is perfect place to rest after all day at work or sightseeing. New York luxury bathhouse is inspired in those from ancient Rome and Greece. It offers open room of baths with wide range of waters form hot and cold to salty and multijet pools. Despite of a relaxing bath you can also book a massage and ritual treatment.
Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
Winter can be so much fun. If you spend winter in NYC think of visiting Winter Village at Bryant Park. It has 17000 square foot outdoor rink, free and open late. After ice-skating you can warm up at restaurant Celsius nearby.
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