The High Line used to be an Old Rail Line. Thousands of people who are looking for a more organic experience take the high line journey. Learn more about High Line in this infographic below:
Here are a few things you may have heard about the Central Park: ←It’s THE PARK of planned parks. Also, no other park in the world is as well-recognized as this one.
When thousands of New Yorkers stepped out of their homes on September 11th 2001, with the intent of going about their business to work, school or other usual activities, little did they know that within mere hours, the world would be in mourning, thousands would no longer walk amongst them and the entire world would […]
A 9/11 Memorial site tour is unquestionably one of the things you must do during a visit to New York. Learn more interesting facts in this infographic below:
New York City offers lots of entertainment opportunities, and as a visitor, there may be so much you don’t know about what this vibrant city has in store for you!
The Meatpacking District is a historic neighborhood on New York City’s west side. It is home to the preserved and repurposed former railway called the High Line Park, and it serves as a cultural hub that offers some truly wonderful eateries, bars, shopping opportunities and art.
Originally an elevated freight rail line connecting through warehouses and factories along its route, the High Line, now an artfully repurposed public park, has become one of NYC’s most beloved and popular respites. One look and you too, will see why this park is such a must-see destination for tourists visiting the Big Apple!
The city of New York is a remarkable place. From massive skyscrapers, to street food vendors, there is a diverse spectrum of experiences waiting for you if you plan on visiting.
The post-holiday weeks are the perfect time to look for new events to take your tonic for the drama and hangover. And if your destination for vacation is New York City, you could not have chosen a better place, because January 2018 is the time to be in the Big Apple!
If you think Central Park is a vision in spring season, you’re in for a real treat in winter!