Named after the 'New York Times', which moved here in 1924, Times Square is a vibrant, neon-lit area in the heart of the ... More
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 towers, and commercial businesses that have sprung up here. Conde Nast, megastores, and theme restaurants have also set up shop. Times Square remains the city's favorite venue for New Year's Eve, where a huge street party is highlighted by a glitter ball dropped from Times Tower. The Times Square Alliance, which was founded in 1992, works for the betterment and promotion of this most popular New York City attraction.
My grandmother and I go back to NYC every Holiday season, just to see all the beautiful lights, and look at all the shops! It's been a tradition for a few years now, and it'll keep on going! We love the people, the attractions, the food, everything is great. Although you may think some things are overpriced, for even a once in a life time trip, it's totally worth it!
Times Sq is definitely a MUST SEE! The bright lights are breathtaking! The feel of the hustle & bustle is major hence the name "The City that NEVER Sleeps". If you go to NY & miss out on Times Sq it's like waking up in the morning & not brushing your teeth! lol This is a must see!
I loved Times Square it is such an awwing experience... It is a great place to experience but i would not advice anyone to live there. the only thing i did not like about it is traffic the way the people drive so crazy. Go into the toys r us building it has a farris wheel in it
First I would like to say this is an amazing city. It's huge. I love the restaurants, stores, attractions and everything else. I highly reccomend this city to any one who wants to visit a big city and have plans thuout thier vacation.
I liked walking around for about 30 minutes and I loved having a slight chance of seeing Shepard Smith from Fox News, but that is about it. No one from New York goes there and it is more of just a place where tourists go to take pictures. Shops and resteraunts are overpriced. It is safe and clean and you will find something to see. It is just the least New Yorkish thing about New York! Spend a few hours then go to Soho for the rest of your day.
I love Times Square its like a wonder of the world to me you know I have a funny story that happened in Times Square but thats gonna have to wait because this is a review not a story time in preschool. Thank you for listening to my very,super weird review about Times Square.
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