The main sights of this city - the Statue of Liberty, Broadway, and Manhattan - are well known even to those who have never been to the United States. However, New York is so rich in a variety of monuments and interesting places that tourists experience a kind of mild shock during their first sightseeing excursion. They are amazed not only by the notorious skyscrapers and the scale of the main US metropolis but also by its energy, dynamic atmosphere, as well as the complex interweaving of dozens of cultures and traditions English-speaking guides tell about: many national communities live in New York. In order not to miss anything, tourists are advised to begin their acquaintance with New York with a guided excursion of its historical core, and now the richest Manhattan area. There are such key sights of New York as:
- Woolworth Building (1910-1913) is one of the symbols of the city;
- huge Central Park;
- Freedom Tower - a new WSC building built in 2006-2013 on the site of the destroyed twin towers;
- Chrysler Building - a unique Art Deco skyscraper;
- Broadway - one of the oldest and most picturesque streets inextricably linked with the world of theater;
- 5th Avenue - one of the most fashionable streets in the world with not only boutiques with dizzying prices but also many architectural monuments, from the legendary Empire State Building to St. Patrick's Cathedral.
After exploring Manhattan, 1001guide recommends taking an excursion to Long Island, home of the famous Brooklyn area, and relaxing on the Coney Island peninsula famous for its attractions, bars, and aquarium. History lovers should visit another island - Ellis famous for its Museum of Immigration History.