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New York City

New York City offers a multitude of activities that can be performed from morning to night. One of its greatest tourist attractions is the Statue of Liberty, the symbol of peace and independence of the United States. NYC offers other must-see locations such as the skyscraper with magnificent views of the Empire State Building, the 9/11 Memorial Museum or the Chinatown neighborhood. Shopping fans will be delighted to shop in the chic boutiques of 5th Avenue. Central Park and Bryant Park are the perfect green spots to relax in the Manhattan District. Finally, if you're looking for a New York-style party, you won't be disappointed by the performances that are given in the streets and theaters of Broadway.
New York City

FAQs for New York City

  • What world-famous dessert is from New York City?
    New York cheesecake is a world-famous dessert that uses salted cheese from the American brand Philadelphia.

  • Why is New York City nicknamed the Big Apple?
    In the 1970s, an advertising campaign by the New York Tourist Board formalized the term Big Apple to nickname the city. This nickname had been mentioned several decades earlier by various journalists and singers.

Things to do and see in New York City

  • Statue of Liberty
    Offered in the United States by France to celebrate the centenary of the country's declaration of independence, the Statue of Liberty is one of the must-sees during a stay in New York.

  • Empire State Building
    Come live the American dream at the top of the Empire State Building in New York, one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world.

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art is an invitation to discover many continents through art.

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