You know it from the Sex and the City episode or from the desire to know the capital of the world. Whether you’re dreaming of unpublished Williamsburg sites or sipping martinis in Brookfield Place restaurants, here’s something for you. Ok, now enjoy the five most outstanding places and you will fall in love in a minute of New York.
The Vessel is an interactive sculpture comprising a network of stairs and breaks that visitors can climb (or take an elevator) to the top.
It’s the pinnacle of luxury shopping, restaurants and cultural arts in downtown Manhattan. The complex is located just south of Tribeca along the Hudson River coast and is home to international fashion brands.
That vast green oasis in the middle, which separates east from west. In the world-famous Central Park you’ll find zoos, strawberry fields, bike paths, an excellent lawn and much more.
Designer boutiques, luxury store chains and high-end art galleries make modern SoHo a premier shopping destination, especially for foreigners. Known for its elegant cast iron facades and cobblestone streets, the neighborhood is also an atmospheric setting for fashionable crowds.
It’s a modern Brooklyn neighborhood that attracts young and trendy people to its elegant boutiques, trendy cafes and lively restaurants. Street art illuminates residential streets and reused factories, while the boardwalk offers breathtaking views of Manhattan and seasonal locations.