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  • Transit Museum
    The New York Transit Museum showcases historical artworks from New York City’s subway, bus, commuter rail, and bridge and tunnel systems, under the supervision of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).
  • Tipping and taxes
    Tipping is almost mandatory and, in most cases, it is included in the invoice at the time of payment. Do not think that you are paying extra, it is part
  • The Botanical Garden
    The New York Botanical Garden is one of the most important botanical gardens in the United States. It’s a lovely place to visit if you don’t know what to do


  • American Museum of Natural History
    The American Museum of Natural History is without context, one of the largest Natural History Museum in the world.Whether you are alone or with your family, it will allow you
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
    The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is located in Upper Manhattan. The building was designed by world-renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright and resembles a white marshmallow with a large glass dome
  • Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum
    Located on Pier 86 at 46th Street and 12th Avenue, the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum is located inside the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier, which has been decommissioned. It is worth visiting
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art MET
    This world famous Museum (MET) is one of the most popular tours for tourists. It is the largest art museum in this hemisphere. It is home to more than three
  • Museum Art Modern Moma
    The “Museum of Modern Art“, allows a comprehensible approach to the Art of our time, thanks to its collections concerning many sectors, such as painting, drawing, illustration, architecture, design, sculpture
  • The Frick Collection
    The Frick Collection is housed in the former residence of Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), designed by Thomas Hastings and built in 1913-14. After Frick’s death in 1931, modifications and additions


  • Statue of Liberty
    The Statue of Liberty has opened America’s door to hundreds of thousands of immigrants. Indeed, she dominates the port of New York, the only gateway for all immigrants who passed
  • Brooklyn Bridge
    At the beginning of the 19th century, it is well planned to build a bridge, but … no decision is taken. Story It is 50 years later that John Augustus
  • Empire State Building
    The Empire State Building is, without context, the most famous building in the world!Everyone knows its elegant silhouette that rushes into the skies of New York, dominated by its huge
  • Grand Central Terminal
    Opened in 1913, Grand Central Terminal is the world’s largest railway station with 44 platforms serving several regions on the East Coast. Why visit a station? It’s not even fair
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
    Among the shops and storefronts on 5th Avenue, the biggest attraction in New York City is St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Between 50th and 51st Streets and next to the Rockefeller Center
  • Top of the Rock
    Enjoying the view of New York City from the Top of the Rock Observatory is one of the most amazing experiences you can have during your trip. Top of the


  • Madison Square Garden
    Madison Square Garden: home of the Knicks (NBA) and Rangers (NHL), are two of the most popular teams in American sports. In fact, the tour is very complete and explanatory,
  • Radio City Music Hall
    The Radio City Music Hall is New York’s most traditional concert hall. Located in the heart of Rockefeller Center, the venue hosts famous bands and artists. Known in the United
  • Madame Tussauds
    Madame Tussauds New York is the famous museum of wax mannequins, present in several cities of the world (Tussauds in London, 4 others are present in the United States in