The world's largest city: New York
Days: 5 days time: May per capita: 14000 yuan and who: Lovers
1 statue of liberty Central Park Metropolitan Museum of art Empire State Building Broadway Times Square Chinatown
New York (the city of New York is one of the three largest financial centers in the world (the other two are London and Hong Kong), the largest city and the largest commercial port in the United States. Is the world's economic center, known as the city of the world. Located in southeastern New York. According to the latest census results of the United States in 2010, the population of New York City is 8.34 million, which is the largest city in the United States. For more than a century, New York City has been the most important commercial and financial center in the world. New York City is a global metropolis and the most important world-class city, which has a direct impact on the global media, politics, education, entertainment and fashion. New York, together with London and Tokyo, is known as a world-class international metropolis. It is an international center of economy, finance, transportation, art and media. It is also regarded as the representative office of urban civilization. As the headquarters of the United Nations is located in the city, it is known as the "capital of the world". New York City is also home to many world-class museums, galleries and performing arts venues, making it one of the cultural and entertainment centers in the Western Hemisphere. New York is also known as the "never night city" because of its 24-hour subway operation and uninterrupted crowds. The nickname "Gotham town" comes from the American novelist Washington Irving Irving) in 1807, the New York Times, one of the most influential media in the world, is in New York. The central city is the pride of all New Yorkers and the center of New York. The 23 street to 59 street in the middle of Manhattan is the middle city of people's concept. This area has the most representative attractions of Fifth Avenue, The Empire State Building, Chrysler building, central station and United Nations Headquarters, and Times Square, Broadway and Rockefeller Center. Landmark buildings and passers-by in a hurry on the street have become the classics of New York. Many movie scenes are shot in midtown Manhattan, so tourists here always feel familiar with some places. Suggested travel time: 4 days, the best travel season: April to July, New York has four distinct seasons, autumn and winter is colder, compared with spring and summer is more suitable for sightseeing.
The familiar statue of Liberty Liberty, officially known as "freedom shines on the God of the world", is the National Monument of the United States. It has also become a symbol of democracy and freedom all over the world. She is magnificent and eye-catching. The statue rises, her mouth without smile. There were many broken fetters under her feet. In her left hand, she held a plaque marked July 4, 1776, announcing the arrival of freedom. Designed by Gustav Eiffel, a French civil engineer who is famous for designing the Eiffel Tower, and funded by France, it took ten years to build it. It symbolizes the friendship between the two countries and is built on Liberty Island Island). On October 28, 1886, the president of Cleveland presided over the opening ceremony. Since then, all ships entering new york harbor have passed there. Millions of immigrants are estimated to have entered the United States from under the statue's 42 foot right arm. The inside of the statue of liberty is hollow, and you can take an elevator to the head of the statue.
Tickets include round-trip tickets adult: 12 dollars old people over 60 years old: 10 dollars 4-12 years old: 5 dollars under 4 years old: free ticket opening hours: 8:30-17:15 suggested time: 90 minutes address: Liberty State Park
Central Park Park) is like a billiard table in a disorderly room. It is a quiet rectangular shade, placed in the arms of the crisscross network of thoroughfares in the city. The size of the park is amazing - 843 acres. It used to be a near wilderness area, but now it is a large pastoral game reserve, with dense woods, lakes and lawns, and even farms and pastures, where sheep are grazing. The creation of such a park in such a noisy and prosperous metropolis has been praised all over the world. Moreover, in this densely populated area, the underground of the park is also built with roads, so that vehicles passing through the park do not disturb the tranquility of visitors. Whether it's winter or summer, the south of the park is a place for family to have fun. Here, you can fly a kite or throw a flying saucer, skate, bask in the sun or watch the animals in the zoo by taking a few minutes through Columbia's circular square or army square. You can also have a picnic on the lawn, which is parallel to the Metropolitan Art Museum; In the front is the reservoir, where people are often jogging. In the north, there are three formal gardens donated by the Vanderbilts and some ponds《 Many scenes of gossip girl are filmed in this 843 acre Central Park. For example, Nate and his father run in the morning here, Serena and Dan have a picnic here, and Georgina's confrontation with Blair and chuck unfolds here
Opening hours: [Monday Friday] 10:00-17:00【 Saturday Sunday] 10:30-17:30 suggested time: 2 hours address: Fifth Avenue and sixty-four Street corner
History Metropolitan Museum of New York Museum of Art) is the largest museum in the United States. It was built in 1880. As early as 1866, J. Jay proposed the establishment of the National Museum and art gallery, and organized a committee to prepare for its establishment. The whole museum is a building, covering an area of 8 hectares, which is one ninth of that of the Palace Museum in Beijing. However, the exhibition area is very large, no less than 24 hectares, which is twice that of the Palace Museum. There are more than 200 galleries alone, with 365000 pieces of cultural relics and works of art. Located on 82nd street, Fifth Avenue, Central Park, New York. On January 31, 1870, the museum was officially established at 681 Fifth Avenue in New York. It was moved to the present site in 1880. The Metropolitan Museum of New York is built in the back of New York's Central Park, with quiet and elegant environment. However, the architecture does not reflect the creativity of the Americans. The high steps and large pillars are as rigid and monotonous as any standard Museum. However, the contents of the exhibition are rich and colorful, reflecting the American style of sufficient funds and great style. The whole 2460 year old Egyptian tomb is placed in a huge glass cover in the hall specially built in the museum. It is amazing and can be called the treasure of the museum. The clothing museum is also the largest in the world, collecting 15000 pieces of national clothing from five continents in the past four centuries. With the continuous increase of collections, the museum has undergone many expansion. The whole building embodies different architectural styles of different periods, covering a total area of 130000 square meters.
Admission $25 for adults, $12 for students, free under 12 hours: closed hours: Thanksgiving, Christmas and new year's day suggested time: half day address: 1000 5th Avenue New York, NY ten thousand and twenty-eight
Empire State Building State Building) is a famous skyscraper in New York City, with 102 floors. It is built by Shreeve, Lamb, and Designed by Harmon construction company, it started construction in 1930 and was completed in 1931. It took only 410 days. Its name comes from the nickname empire of New York state So the original English meaning is actually "New York State Building", and "Empire State Building" is a direct translation in English literal meaning, but so the translation of Empire State building has been widely spread, so it is still used today.
Tickets 86 main sightseeing adults: 25 dollars, 6-12 years old children: 19 dollars, the elderly (over 62 years old): 22 dollars. If you buy it on the website, you can save the waiting time downstairs, but you need to charge another 2 dollars for each ticket. Opening hours: 8:00 to the next day 2: 00, the last elevator 1:15, address 350 Fifth Avenue, Between 33rd and 34th Streets, New York City, NY ten thousand one hundred and eighteen ( Midtown)
Broadway is an important north-south road in New York City. It starts from Bartley Park in the South and runs through Manhattan Island from south to north. New York subway Broadway line and New York subway Seventh Avenue line all pass under this road. As there are a large number of theaters on both sides of the road, it is an important place for the development of American drama and musicals, so it has become a synonym for American drama and musicals. Broadway, originally meaning "Broad Street", refers to a 25 km long street in New York City, starting from Bartley Park and running through Manhattan Island from south to north. There are dozens of theaters on both sides of Broadway. Theaters on 44th to 53rd streets of Broadway are called inner Broadway, while theaters on 41st and 56th streets of Broadway are called outer Broadway. Inner Broadway shows classic, popular and commercial plays, while outer Broadway shows some experimental, unknown and low-cost plays. However, this distinction has become more and more weak in recent years, so "outer Broadway" appears again, and its viewpoint is certainly more novel and avant-garde.
Suggested time: 2 hours.
Times Square, New York Square Times Square, formerly known as Longacre Square, also known as "the crossroads of the world", is often misinterpreted as "Times Square". Times Square, named after the headquarters building set up by the New York Times in the early days, is a block of Manhattan in New York City. Its center is located at the intersection of West 42nd Street and Broadway Avenue. It runs East-West to Sixth Avenue and Ninth Avenue respectively, and north-south to West 39th street and West 52nd Street respectively ， The west of midtown Manhattan.
地址：Broadway, New York City, NY 10036 (Manhattan)
Today's Chinatown in New York has expanded to 45 streets, covering an area of more than 4 square kilometers. It has completely engulfed the surrounding Jewish and Puerto Rican areas, eating into the Italian area. By 2007, the number of Chinese in New York had reached 800000, forming four Chinatowns and 10 Chinese communities. The change of New York Chinatown is a history of the development and growth of overseas Chinese.