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New York

New York, New York – the city that never sleeps! Holidays to NYC are guaranteed to be an epic experience, from the very first yellow cab ride to the top of the Empire State Building. You’ve seen it in the movies and now it’s time to experience it for yourself. New York is full of landmarks.

Taking boat ride across the Hudson River to see the iconic Statue of Liberty up close is a must, as is a trip to the top of either the Empire State or the Rockefeller Centre, for amazing views over the city skyline. And if you fancy escaping the hustle bustle of the city centre for an afternoon, Central Park is the obvious place to go…

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With so much to do in New York, it's hard to pick a few things out. Much of the city centre, though, is walkable, so you'll be surprised how much you can do in a day.

The best advice though is to start each day with a good breakfast – and you can find these all over the city! Enjoy free coffee refills, fried polenta and eggs over easy!

New York/J.F. Kennedy weather

Five-day forecast

THURSDAY

11.02.

-3°C

FRIDAY

12.02.

-4°C

SATURDAY

13.02.

-7°C

SUNDAY

14.02.

-8°C

MONDAY

15.02.

-2°C

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Top 5 things to do in New York

10 facts about New York

1.

Madison Square Park, Washington Square Park, Union Square Park, and Bryant Park used to be cemeteries.

2.

New York City has more people than 39 of the 50 states in the U.S.

3.

The first chess tournament was held in New York in 1843.

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There is 722 miles of subway (underground) track in New York. Uptown and downtown are the most common directions.

5.

New York gave birth to the new international sports hero, a boxer called Bill Richmond of Staten Island.

6.

New York was originally called New Amsterdam.

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New York was supposedly founded in 1625 but many historians agree that 1625 is much more likely.

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The population in New York is currently well over three million.

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The oldest standing building in the city is the Wyckoff Farmhouse, which was originally built in 1652.

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New York used to be the capital of the United States of America. The city’s reign began in 1789 and ended in 1970, so was relatively short lived.

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