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In New York, life doesn’t take breaks. It’s not called The City that Never Sleeps for nothing. Theater, cuisine, history, nature and architecture are only some of the thousands of ingredients on the Big Apple’s menu. Here, the music will surprise you on every corner, the melting pot of cultures enriches you every time you step out the door, and there’s almost nothing you can’t do. New York is the city of possibilities; it is the world’s capital. A place to dream, to taste, to discover and to do it all over a thousand and one times.
Shopping fan? Try not to lose control in New York’s outlets. If you visit Woodbury Common or Jersey Gardens, you’re sure to leave loaded with shopping bags.
In New York, even the metro stations have their share of culture. The music you’ll discover there is of such high quality that the artists have to audition to be able to sing there.
You’ll feel like a movie star walking down Fifth Avenue. Wander and discover places like Central Park and Rockefeller Center. Of course, breakfast should be at Tiffany’s.
If bus tours aren’t your thing, relax: in New York you can take a different kind of look at the Statue of Liberty or the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn on a ferry ride.
This is the must-start place for your tour. Here you’ll find the New York postcard par excellence. The intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue is the meeting point for locals and tourists. Here you’ll find the biggest stores and some of the best restaurants and cafes. Don’t forget to snap a picture with the billboards at your back: a classic!
The energy you’ll feel in Chinatown is unique, and will enchant you. The millenary tradition of this rich culture is fully alive in this neighborhood where, in addition to enjoying the best Chinese food, you can shop at truly amazing prices. But, of everything on the offer in this enclave, what you’ll like best is the chance to get to know its customs a little better. And, if you have the chance to take part in the Chinese New Year celebration, don’t hesitate! It will be an unforgettable experience.
You’ll feel like the hero of a film walking, biking or taking a carriage around the most famous park in the world. Spend an entire day walking the almost two square miles of this marvelous space, where you’ll find everything from restaurants to sports fields and lakes, which, if you visit during the winter, double as skating rinks. If you visit in the spring or summer, it is the ideal place to picnic. And as if that weren’t enough, the park contains one of the most complete zoos you can see anywhere.
To go to New York and not take the time to see Broadway is unforgivable. When you’re planning your trip, make sure to leave time to see a show. In the 40 theaters comprising the circuit of this iconic thoroughfare, you’ll find the great classics and contemporary jewels of the stage where, often, the biggest movie stars play their parts. It is an unforgettable experience you’ll want to live over again.
The world-famous hot dog is a New York invention. Nathan's restaurant in Coney Island is credited with this delicious invention that has brought joy to millions of people. So when you visit New York, take the chance to try a real coney frank in the place where the annual hot dog eating competition is held to celebrate its invention. Do you have what it takes to get in the ring?
It’s not easy to define Chelsea Market, since it has everything you’d find at a market, a mall, and an office complex. Nevertheless, its gastronomic offering is incredible; it’ll be hard deciding where to eat since, through the whole length of it, you’ll find every kind of restaurant, with cuisines from around the world. Best bet is to visit the market around 11:00 in the morning to walk around and have lunch there.
One of the most relevant chefs on the global stage, he has 7 restaurants in New York, which gives you the chance to enjoy the quality that has earned its recognition in the form of Michelin stars or the James Beard award, besides already being a part of the Culinary Hall of Fame. His cuisine has French roots, but is based on the exploration of seasonal ingredients, especially vegetables.
This iconic salad was created by the chefs of the famous Waldorf-Astoria Hotel of New York, and represents the mixture of cultures that has taken place in the world’s capital. Make it at home:
Every year the city’s oldest food festival takes place on Ninth Avenue in mid-May. This is one of the most important festivals, since it gives you the chance to try the latest creations from the city’s best restaurants. But maybe best of all is that this festival gives you the opportunity to try the cuisines of different cultures, one of the advantages of being in “the world’s capital”.
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