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About New York City

New York City is the city that never sleeps, and for good reason! There’s way too much to do. New York City is comprised of five boroughs, but when most people talk about visiting the big city, they’re referring to Manhattan. You’ll save money if you stay in one of the other four, but you can still find some good deals on New York City apartment rentals in Manhattan. If you’re planning a trip to the Big Apple, bring your walking shoes and check out these suggestions.

Things to Do

If it’s your first time in this town, you’ll want to visit the iconic New York City hot spots. These include the Empire State Building, Broadway, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty (not technically in Manhattan), the United Nations, a deli (which one is up to you, but most tour books will tell you Katz’s or Carnegie’s), and Rockefeller Center. During the holiday, enjoy the ice rink and an enormous Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Don’t miss the moving memorial and museum to the Trade Center victims.


New York City has all the seasons, and there’s something to enjoy in each. From the changing of the leaves in Central Park to the smells of roasting chestnuts from the street vendors during winter, from the delight of the first bud on the trees as spring hits to summer street festivals throughout town, visitors enjoy the city year round. Summers are steamy while winters are often cold and gray. After the holidays, you can find some of the best deals on New York City apartment rentals.


There is always something going on in Manhattan. Some of the highlights of the year include the Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center, New Year’s Eve at Times Square, the Westminster Kennel Club Show, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Shakespeare and Opera in the Parks events, and the New York Film Festival.


Manhattan is shopping. From enormous department stores to museum shops, people come from around the world to shop in NYC. Barney’s and the American Girl Store are top draws, but a lot of hipster boutiques and thrift stores also add to Manhattan’s reputation as a shopping mecca.


New York City is a culinary adventure. If they don’t serve it in this town, it doesn’t exist. There are many pockets of authentic foods like what can be found in Chinatown or Little Italy. Make sure you sample some New York-style pizza, big and greasy. Fold it ...

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