New York City

New York City

When someone mentions America, the first thing that pops into one’s mind is the dream of every traveler, New York – A city that lives life to the fullest. The city that the whole planet talks about is also called The Big Apple, one whose taste you love instantly and for the rest of your life. New York has been the topic of many movies, novels, and so it is said that “stars” don’t live in New York because the city is one big celebrity on its own. He who visits New York finds it hard to leave it, and the city never leaves the hearts of those who visit it. A constant source of artistic inspiration, New York never sleeps. The nickname “The Big Apple” has stuck around since the year 1909.

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Tourist map

Map of New York City

Discover what is nearby, all attractions, sights and museums , shopping zones, parks and restaurants in New York.

Tourist map of New York City

History

History of New York City
New York City became notable in the 18th century, when it became an important merchant pier in the New World. New York played a key role during the American Revolution, as well as during the ensuing Civil War. The Constitution of New York came into power in 1777 and it had a strong effect on the sketching out of the Constitution of the United States of America.

History of New York City

Sights

Sights in New York City

It is difficult even to think that New York’s landmarks could be named. Everyone will find something to their liking in this city, as it is fitted for all tastes and likings. We picked out some of its attractions that we consider should be on everyone’s list in order to make your stay in New York truly unforgettable.

Sights in New York City

Museums

Museums in New York City

The museums in New York, or The Big Apple, are numerous and impressive. You will pretty much be able to see anything, whether it be art history, the history of the US, modern art, contemporary art, antique art or international art. Here, you will find a complete list of New York’s museums, and you can pick the ones you would like to visit.

Museums in New York City

Events

Events in New York City

When we talk about New York, it is a city where numerous events are organized. New York really lives 24 hours a day and the most important events in the country are organized here, which are followed all over the world. This page contains a list of events that are organized in this city, and depending on the season in which you visit New York, you can choose which events you want to visit.

Events in New York City

Shopping

Shopping in New York City

Many visitors love shopping in New York. New York is a city that offers access to numerous American brands that you will not have the opportunity to see and buy elsewhere. There are whole department stores that represent only American brands. You will have the opportunity to meet many anonymous designers, but also to buy clothes from world's most famous designers at affordable prices. It all depends on whether you visited New York at the time of sales.

Shopping in New York City

Transportation

Transportation in New York City

Transportation is very well organized in New York. Especially if, like most tourists, you stay mostly in Manhattan. The subway will take you wherever you want in no time. Although it is certainly not the most beautiful metro you have seen, its efficiency is very good. You can also use buses, which are a bit slower. On this page you will find all the information related to transportation in New York as well as the prices of transportation but also taxis and how to get to the airport.

Transportation in New York City

History of New York City

New York City became notable in the 18th century, when it became an important merchant pier in the New World. New York played a key role during the American Revolution, as well as during the ensuing Civil War. The Constitution of New York came into power in 1777 and it had a strong effect on the sketching out of the Constitution of the United States of America. New York was a national capital between 1785 and 1790, and the rule of law in USA was born there. Albany became the capital in 1797, while, in 1787, New York became the eleventh state to ratify the Constitution of the United States of America.

History of New York City

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New York City

When someone mentions America, the first thing that pops into one’s mind is the dream of every traveler, New York – A city that lives life to the fullest. The city that the whole planet talks about is also called The Big Apple, one whose taste you love instantly and for the rest of your life. New York has been the topic of many movies, novels, and so it is said that “stars” don’t live in New York because the city is one big celebrity on its own. He who visits New York finds it hard to leave it, and the city never leaves the hearts of those who visit it. A constant source of artistic inspiration, New York never sleeps. The nickname “The Big Apple” has stuck around since the year 1909.

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Miami

Miami is a young city, established only 100 years ago. However, the city has a turbulent history. It is thought that the city appeared overnight, which is why many consider it to be magical. Miami is the third-largest metropolis on the east coast of the United States of America, and the seventh-biggest city in the country. It is the main financial and international trade hub of America. Around 400 thousand people live in the districts of this tourist haven.

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