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Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is one of the best-known of New York City. It is located within the Manhattan neighborhood of Greenwich Village, and is a popular meeting place as well…

NYC by Train

Arriving in New York City by Train

You can get to New York City by taking the Amtrak trains or New York City’s commuter trains. Amtrak Amtrak, 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245), operates from New York Penn Station, which is…

Woolworth Building

The Woolworth Building at 233 Broadway is a 57-story skyscraper in New York City. Although completed over ninety years ago in 1913, it is one of the oldest and most…

NoLIta NYC

NoLIta NYC Neighborhood Guide

Nolita (see map), often written as NoLIta, is a neighborhood in Manhattan. It stands for “North of Little Italy”. The name first appeared in 1996, and was created by real…

Staten Island

Staten Island

Staten Island Travel Guide, New York City Staten Island is one of the five boroughs of New York City. Unlike the other four boroughs, Staten Island is “detached” from the…

Lower East Side

Lower East Side, New York City

The Lower East Side is one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in New York City. Many of the early immigrants from different parts of the world settled here. As…

Upper Midtown NYC

Upper Midtown, New York City

Sights in Upper Midtown Upper Midtown, on the eastern side of Manhattan, is an area with churches, synagogues, museums and grand hotels. You can find some cutting-edge skyscrapers here and…

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge

Imagine standing over 100 feet above the East River, watching boats pass underneath you and gazing at the Statue of Liberty in the distance. The Brooklyn Bridge is nice to…

New York cheap free

New York on a Budget

Cheap & Free New York City Everyone wants to visit NYC and take a bite out of the Big Apple. But a trip to New York can also take a…

Driving In NYC

Driving Tips In NYC

Are you thinking about driving in New York City? You are courageous! Navigating the city’s congested streets necessitates some serious driving skills. But if you’re determined, here are some survival…

NYC Taxis

NYC Taxis

The Famous Yellow Cab Few things characterize New York City like a yellow NYC taxi cab. Many tourists use taxis as their primary or only form of transportation when visiting…

NYC Airport to Manhattan

Getting from a New York City Airport to Manhattan

The New York City area has three major airports (JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark), and all are located outside of Manhattan. Each airport has multiple transportation options for getting to Manhattan….