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Thinking about traveling to New York City? We’ll not only get you there, we’ll also equip you with a full blown set of recommendations. Check out our suggestions below as you plan your trip to the big apple.

As you visit some of the famous spots of the city, pair them up with our list of “Also See”Â

Empire StateÂ
350 5th Ave
Also see: Herald SquareÂ
151 W 34th St

You’re obviously checking out the Empire State if you’re visiting the big apple. Here’s our suggestion – club that outing with Herald Square that’s just a block away to see the world’s largest store – Macy’s on 34th and 6th!

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High Line

Gansevoort St


Also see: Chelsea Market

75 9th Ave


The High Line is definitely one of the most fun walks in New York City. It’s a park build along a railroad line not in use anymore. It starts at Gansevoort Street and runs 1.45 miles up to 34th St through Chelsea. Make a pit stop here at Chelsea Market – a shopping and food hall in, as the name suggests – the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.


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Central Park

Multiple Entrances


Also see: The Loeb Boathouse

Within Central Park, E 72nd St


We don’t have to tell you to visit Central Park for you to know you need to visit Central Park! But here’s an insider suggestion – check out the Loeb Boathouse that sits in the middle of Central Park facing a lake. It’s a New York favorite!


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Brooklyn Bridge 

Boerum Place/Tillary St.


Also See: Smorgasburg 

90 Kent Ave, Brooklyn


What is a trip to New York City without the customary Brooklyn Bridge Instagram post? Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge for a Carrie Bradshaw moment and beautiful sights of the Manhattan Skyline. And get this – you can check out Smorgasburg, an outdoor food market full of interesting food stalls in Williamsburg every Saturday.


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9/11 Ground Zero 

15 Broad Street


Also see: Staten Island Ferry 

Departs Whitehall Terminal, Financial District


The site that remembers one of most colossal moments in modern Manhattan is a must see, explaining a moment that not just shook the city but also the country as a whole. While you’re at it, take a free ride on the Staten Island Ferry for a beautiful view of the Statue of Liberty and a taste of Staten Island once you reach the other side.


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