Circle Line is a longtime New York favorite for locals and tourists alike. The standard three-hour tour circles the island of ... More
Circle Line is a longtime New York favorite for locals and tourists alike. The standard three-hour tour circles the island of Manhattan through three rivers, under seven major bridges, and past a multitude of landmarks. Just seeing the Statue of Liberty from close-up is worth the fare. Several other tours are offered including a 'Semi-Circle Cruise' and a 'Harbor Lights Cruise.' The newest offering is 'The Beast,' a speedboat blasting around lower Manhattan.
New York's Chinatown is a cultural haven full of ancient and exotic traditions, and a huge amount of restaurants. This
bustling and crowded neighborhood is home to over half of the city's Chinese population. In the grocery stores and ...
Built in 1966, New York's largest mosque combines both ancient and modern architectural elements, and each day welcomes the city's
thousands of Muslims to prayer. For the interior, the builders took special inspiration from the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. ...
Named after the 'New York Times', which moved here in 1924, Times Square is a vibrant, neon lit area in
the heart of the Theater District. Over the years, this area has transformed with increasing number of hotels, office ...