West Village in New York

West-Village-in-New-York

West Village in New York, Although at the time was a symbol of everything artistic, flamboyant and bohemian, this popular neighborhood of West Village floors, better known by most visitors as Greenwich Village, is now quite off. This is so since the privileged residents of high income housing inspired the Giuliani-era campaigns against local noise, public ...

Astoria in Queens, New York

Living in Astoria Queens

Astoria  in Queens, which has the largest Greek American community, where you can enjoy a lot of interesting restaurants, has a small colony from Eastern Europe. Recently, as the neighboring Long Island City, has become a center of art museums. PS1 MoMA The Museum building is twinned with the MoMA in Manhattan, and focuses exclusively on ...

Chelsea, in New York

Chelsea in New York

The Chelsea neighborhood in New York is the dream of every lover of art. This is the most idyllic area of the city to absorb the art in all its glory from the hand of many private galleries contain a huge amount of work for everyone. This neighborhood has undergone several changes throughout its history. In the 1750s a railway line was installed ...

Where to stay in New York

Where to stay in New York

If you're thinking is on a trip to New York, here we are several options you can choose to stay in this great city:   1. Hotels. The hotels of New York is really wide, and in the neighborhood of Times Square, where more varieties of hotels and prices you can find, with more than 12,500 rooms available for one, ...

Hard Rock Café of New York

Hard Rock Café of New York

  The restaurant chain Hard Rock Cafe was founded in 1971 by Isaac Tigrett entrepreneurs, born in Tennessee and also dedicated to family business, and Peter Morton. Establishments that make the company stand out from any other because of its subject rocanrrollesca. Each and every one of them are decorated with objects from artists and rock bands ...

The New York MOMA

The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art opened in 1929 by Lillie P. Bliss, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, Mary Quinn Sullivan, and four founding partners ma and is the world's largest museum of its kind. This museum, located at 11 West to 53 Street, near St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center, was the first devoted to the modern era. He started his collection ...

Washington Square Park, in New York

Washington-Square

Parks is one of the most active and lively city of New York. In the heart and center of Greenwich Village, this park is surrounded by New York University. His beginnings as open space were the establishment of a cemetery, instead of running after and finally from 1820, a public park. In the northern part of the ...

The Zero Zone in New York

The Zero Zone in New York

  As important as the Empire State Building, Central Park or the Statue of Liberty, is a visit to Zero Zone in New York. Until 2001, there were the famous Twin Towers, whose structure was designed by Minoru Yamasaki and Emery Roth. Had a dual structure in the coexistence of two tall buildings. His height was 417 ...

The Bryant Park in New York

The Bryant Park in New York

The Bryant Park, consisting of nearly four acres, is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. In the heart of most important business district of New York, the rectangular park annually hosts various events relevant to the inhabitants of the city: the Bryant Park Fi lm Festival, held annually in June; The Fashion Week , which takes place the second week of ...

Cathedral of St. John the Divine, in New York

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

  An American icon for religious tourism is the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. It is located on Amsterdam Avenue 112 Street, within walking distance of Broadway and has very good connections by underground (lines 1 and 9) or bus (lines M4, M104, or line 11). This great architectural building is the largest in the world, ...

The importance of tourism in New York

tourism in New York

New York is the largest city of North America, with over 15 million people living in the metropolitan area. The terrorist attackk of 9/11 on the World Trade Center have highlighted  its importance as one of the world's top 10 destination. Tourism is of major importance to the city's economy, generating about 25 billion dollars in revenue and supporting 368.000 ...

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