New York is the city of extremes: huge skyscrapers, surrounded by 2 rivers, right by the sea, and yet there are many green spots. Sometimes very small and with a waterfall-like Paley Park in Midtown or huge like the popular Central Park, the green lung of Manhattan. The best parks in New York including our insider tips on what you should definitely do there and why you have to go there, you can find out here.
In many large cities, subways take vacationers from one attraction to the next. For most vacationers, underground stops are just a stopover for the next highlight of their trip. Sometimes, however, the subway stations themselves are an attraction.
The streets of New York’s Chinatown are teeming with bakeries, restaurants, boutiques, food stores, herbal pharmacies, temples, bars, and nightclubs, all of which preserve the flair of Shanghai and make visitors feel like they are one foot in a foreign land on the Other Side of the country to have set globe.