The City That Never Sleeps or The Big Apple what ever you would like to call New York, the place is indeed magical and shall always be a hot stop for anyone who likes traveling. Here are a few guidelines to help you save time, effort & money.
5. Don’t Waste Your Time in Queues
Pre-Book your tickets or arrive at the attraction early in the morning this is relevant for places like the Broadway or The Empire State Building.
4. Look for the hidden gems
Do not restrict your self to Times Square. There are loads of free guided tours and they are loads of freebies out there. So do a through research.
3. Don’t restrict your self only to Manhattan
Especially if this is your first time visit to USA. Don’t restrict your self only to Manhattan as it represents just 8 percent of the total geographical area. Take a day off and take a tour outside of NYC Be it Washington or Philadelphia. I’m sure it shall be worth your time.
2. Explore the outer boroughs
Though Manhattan may seem gigantic for any rookie traveler make sure you visit Brooklyn, Queens or the Bronx as some of the most famous attractions are located there such as the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. It shall give a whole new insight into the city.
1. New York by Night
This one’s a must . New York is called “The City That Never Sleeps” for a reason. Make sure you go to the top of The Rock at Rockefeller Center to see the panoramic view of the city’s great lights.