New York Overview
New York Quick Facts
A Traveler's Guide to New York
"The Big Apple". What an appropriate nickname. Boasting the largest population of any city in the United States, New York City does everything big, from Wall Street to Broadway and everything in between. There's never a dull moment in the"city that never sleeps". But what most travelers do not realize is that the Big Apple can be very small and intimate. It's simply a matter of finding the quaint neighborhood or restaurant that suits your taste. We can offer great deals on cheap flight tickets to New York City.
New York City has been a natural trade port for hundreds of years. After being settled by the Dutch, the city was conquered by the British and named New York City in 1664. Since that time it has grown to become one of the most important cities in the United States.
Residents of New York City enjoy the warm, comfortable summer temperatures that average around 84 degrees Fahrenheit. New York City winters can be brutal however, with winds, snow, and blizzards very common. However New York City remains warmer than its fellow northern cities such as Pittsburgh and Chicago because of its situation on the Atlantic Ocean.
New York City has some of the oldest buildings in the country. The "Capital City of the World" has architectural antiques such as the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and the Woolworth Building.
New York City is the second largest city for the American film industry, behind Los Angeles, California. The city is considered by some to be the center of American performing arts with sites such as the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Opera, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Whatever your taste, you will be able to find food to satisfy it in New York City. Because of the large number of immigrants, the food of the city is very diverse. Dining in New York City is definitely a cosmopolitan experience.
The city is serviced by three major airports: LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy International, and Newark Liberty International. The city is also accessible by Amtrak via Pennsylvania Station. Amtrak connects New York City to other surrounding cities such as Boston, Washington DC, and Philadelphia. The New York City subway system is the largest in the world and makes travel through the city fairly convenient. Of course, if you prefer to stay above ground, New York City has thousands of taxi cabs that will take you to your destination.
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