|Population | 8.419 million (2019)
|Country | United States of America
|Language | English
|Area | 783.8 km2
|Currency | US Dollar
|Time zone | UTC -5
About New York
Known as the city that never sleeps, New York is a destination not to be missed. From Brooklyn to the Bronx and Manhattan to Queens and Staten Island, each neighborhood offers its own experience. To get to know New York, we leave our suggestions of places you should visit:
Statue of Liberty
The greatest symbol of the United States, the Statue of Liberty, represents freedom and hope to the thousands of immigrants who arrived in America. The 300-foot-tall statue is located in New York Bay, Liberty Island, and can be seen on a boat tour departing from Battery Park in lower Manhattan.
With an area of 3.41 km², it is perhaps the most famous urban park in the world and lives up to its reputation as an oasis within the great forest of skyscrapers.
Known as the heart of New York, it has become the most recognizable image of the city. The scene in several movies, the liveliest square in Manhattan, brings together all kinds of attractions, restaurants, bars and theaters.
Opened in 1883, it was once one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. It connects Manhattan to Brooklyn and is located above the East River. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in New York with about 1,800 meters in length, which can be reached both on foot and by car.
For shopping lovers, it is one of the best and most expensive shopping streets in the world.
Empire State Building
It is a 102-story skyscraper in downtown Manhattan where you can be dazzled by a unique view of the city.
Watch a Broadway show
For those who enjoy cultural events, Broadway shows are unmissable. There are countless shows on display with unique production.