Welcome to New York City
Welcome to New York City - The City that Never Sleeps
New York City, best known as “The Big Apple” is full of life, culture and must see sights.
New York City is the largest American metropolis and the most populous and international city in the country. It involves Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island.
In this city there are 5,845 completed skyscrapers, the tallest building in New York is the One World Trade Center, which is tall 541. The Skyscraper Museum explores tall buildings as objects of design and technology, and places of work and residence.
An important role in this city is the one of the yellow cab. Rather than calling a cab you are "hailing" it, you just stick out your arm above of your head and pretend you're the Statue of Liberty. When the numbers of the cab are lit, it is available.Taxi cabs serve as quick means of transportation across Manhattan but the downside with the abundance of cabs is the traffic that results.
Information and Facts
New York is called “The City that never sleeps" for a reason. There is public transportation available 24h a day and bars&night clubs are open until 4 am. New York City also has some of the world’s most famous bars, music clubs, and night clubs.
The city contains almost all the big chain stores and in the 21rst Century it is considered that it has the best department stores for its good discounts.
There are different tours to do in New Your such as "The Big Apple Tour", which is a helicopter tour, The Central Park Bicycle Tour, The Circle Line Cruise, Citifari and many others.
Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours
The Climate of New York is humid continental, the winter temperatures are below freezing during January and February, while there are summer conditions from June to August.
In this city you can travel by Subway, Trains, Buses, Taxis and Cars.