Best Places to Visit in New York

By Vishal Mathur

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in New York in 2023

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This city has witnessed many events, these may be financial comebacks, wars, environmental changes, and many more, you can say this city has had its firsts in every aspect a long time ago and continues to shine bright.

Niagara Falls

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One of The largest waterfalls in the world, this marvelous natural creation is special in so many ways, it provides drinking water to almost 35% of New Yorkers it has the world’s highest water flow and therefore it is a very powerful hydropower source.

Buffalo

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The second largest city in the US is known as the City of light because this city primarily runs on hydropower generated by Niagara waterfalls.  The culture and history of this place is immense, influenced by European, Germany, and Poland.

Statue of Liberty

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This 943-meter long, astounding piece of architecture standing strong on Liberty Island, Manhattan, New York, signifies a universal symbol of freedom and justice. it is a copper statue that was given by people in France when America got its independence on 4th July 1776.

Central Park

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Indeed one of the world’s most famous parks in the world, it is considered a   s the First public part of America. This anthropogenic wonder welcomes all, athletes, musicians, strollers, and migratory birds.

Times Square

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This is considered as The most famous landmark of NYC, full of colors, and light. It is the liveliest area of the city located at the intersection of Broadway and 7th avenue. This place is a treat to the eyes on New Year’s Eve and even on any regular day, you just visit the place and you will catch the essence of this city.

Empire State Building

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This is a 102-storey Art deco , Located on Midtown Manhattan, 34th street, initially it was built to host corporate office meetings now it is seen more as a monument. When it just got constructed it was the tallest building in the world up until 1972.

Brooklyn Bridge

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Brooklyn Bridge spans over New York’s east river, it links Manhattan and Brooklyn. It is a beautifully built suspension bridge which was also said to be the longest bridge when it was initially built.

Wall Street

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Located in lower Manhattan in New York, the New York stock exchange is situated here, and since NYC is the financial hub of the world, wall street can be considered as the hub of international business it is rich in tourist attractions as well.

Fifth Avenue

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If you come to NYC you definitely have to shop, this city has it all, all those brands which are now worldwide famous, many of them have actually started from this street Fifth avenue. It is actually Big apple’s most famous street, also known as Millionaire’s Row.

One world Observatory

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Here people can have a 360-degree view of Manhattan, the Brooklyn river, the east river, New York harbor. It is actually a few steps away from the 9/11 memorial plaza which is another famous tourist attraction.

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By Vishal Mathur