A cult city par excellence, New York has never ceased to reinvent itself.
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The list of monuments and places of worship is very long, but how can you visit New York without going to see the Statue of Liberty!

The world's most iconic copper statue was designed by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi as a gift from France in 1886 to mark the centennial of the United States.

You can explore it from Battery Park or aboard the Staten Island Ferry.

It's also impossible not to go to the September 11 memorial and spend a few moments in front of the two infinity water mirrors, engraved with the names of those who died, installed where the 110-story towers once stood...

Emblematic of the Big Apple, Broadway is also one of the must-see places during a trip to New York. Electrifying and dazzling, this part of Time Square is known for its giant screens and musicals... For ever Cult!

It also seems unthinkable not to take the famous 5th avenue, to wander through Soho, Greenwich Village or even Little Italy and China Town and to take the time for a stroll in Central Parc or along the High Line.


New York is also the city of some of the most popular museums in the world, bringing together exceptional collections!

Founded in 1929, the MoMA is home to over 100,000 works of modern art, most by renowned artists like Van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, Warhol, Lichtenstein, Rothko, Pollock, and many more.

THE Metropolitan Museum of Art, as for it, it contains medieval and expressionist masterpieces but also the entirety of an Egyptian temple. The Greek and Roman sculptures, the Asian wing and the African and Oceanian exhibitions are quite exceptional!

Finally a visit to the Guggenheim Museum remains a doubly rewarding must-see because you will discover a cutting-edge selection of collections of modern and contemporary art objects and enter one of the most emblematic buildings of the mid-20th century in the United States.


When we think of New York we immediately think of cinema and the many films that have been produced there.

From Once Upon a Time in America to Taxi Driver, Spider Man, Men in Black, When Harry Met Sally and King Kong, Goodfellas and more recently Joker; the city of New York bursts onto the screen.

New York is home to four of the most important film and television production studios in cinema, but also its own museum dedicated to works of the 7th art.

You can also spend an evening eating popcorn in one of the city's legendary cinemas like Radio City Music Hall or the incredible Ziegflied Theater equipped with balconies, red carpets and hundreds of seats and gilding... A spectacle in itself!


New York is always thinking bigger and in recent years the city has been enriched with new, unmissable and spectacular places.

A magical place to breathe and stroll: Little Island, New York's new island located on the Hudson.

This new must-see place in New York is a small artificial vegetated island that floats on the water of the Hudson, the river that borders Manhattan and New Jersey.

Dizzying observatories to gain perspective on the city

After the Empire State Building, certainly the most famous building in the world, and the breathtaking panoramic terrace, Top of The Rock, at Rockefeller Center, two new observatories were created in 2020 and 2021.

The Edge, Hudson Yards Observation Deck

Culminating at a height of almost 400 meters, the observatory allows you to enjoy the city thanks to its viewing platform raised to a height of 304 meters.

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt

Almost adjacent to Grand Central Terminal, New York's major train station, the “One Vanderbilt” building rises to a height of 397 meters and, its spire, 427 meters.

The observatory is located on the 57th, 58th and 59th floors.

It's also impossible not to talk about the Steinway Tower, completed in 2021 and which measures 435 meters in height. Even if you won't be able to visit it, you won't be able to miss it from Central Park or the Top of the Rock.

We could stop there but we can't resist the idea of ​​taking you across the incredible Brooklyn Bridge from where you can admire the famous skyline.

A little advice take the bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan, the view is even more beautiful!

The opportunity if you are going by subway to Brooklyn to take a trip to Coney Island for a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan.

Finally, how can you not encourage yourself to visit Harlem!

Cradle of African-American culture, Harlem is no longer the ghetto it was in the 1970s. On the contrary, it has become one of the most dynamic and trendy neighborhoods in New York and has managed to preserve the essential part of its cultural heritage: street art, hip-hop, gospel, jazz and soul food! So cult!

New York is a megalopolis with an extraordinary history and culture. It embodies the American dream for many travelers.

So, ready for the trip?