Welcome to your insider`s travel guide to New York City.
Hundreds of years ago the “Lady Liberty” was a site for sore eyes, a beacon of hope for thousands of huddled masses arriving from all over the world. Today, the Statue of Liberty stands as a universal symbol of hope and a chance for better tomorrow. Over the years this city has become more than a gateway of opportunities, it is a home for everyone to feel free to be themselves.
The most popular city in America has many nicknames. They call it a city of triumph, the Big Apple, the City So Nice They Named it Twice, the Capital of the World… all because its ever evolving nature and a genuine need for exploration and improvement. In a state of continues reinvention everything looks bigger and brighter than anywhere else. The skyscrapers appear taller, the people look more diverse, as you visit each borough the streets are like rivers continuously moving and changing colors. They say that time passes so fast in New York that the city has created its own standards of telling time.
From Chinatown`s noodle shops and Buddhist Temples to Jewish delis of the Upper West Side, every neighborhood is different and dramatic, offering a unique version of the city. It’s up to you to chose your own place and your own adventure as long as you set your sights high as the city`s skyscrapers.
With so many attractions, ground breaking design, history, architectural treasures, music, old-world cafes, sports and fine dining it`s no wonder that New York has been a star of countless TV Shows and Movies. It`s impossible to see it all in one trip but we`ll try to size it down as much as we can.
One thing is for sure, no matter when you visit, tomorrow or a year from now, New York will always be one step ahead of the curve.