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New York - City Guide

Welcome to New York! We hope you enjoy your time here. To help you get started and familiarize yourself with the city, have a look below.

Did you know?

With a population of 8,491,079 distributed over a land area of just 305 square miles (790 km2), New York is the most densely populated major city in the United States. With as many as 800 languages spoken in New York, it is the most linguistically diverse city in the world.

Size: 305 square miles (790 km2)
Population: 8,491,079
Language: English
Currency: USD ($)

Airports:

• John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York, NY
• LaGuardia Airport, New York, NY
• Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ

Recommended Restaurants:

Ottomanelli Café (1626 York Ave.)
      The search for the best NYC burger will never end, but this is a heavy-weight contender. Ottomanelli is famous for its high-quality butcher shop, and its café lives up to the name. A cheeseburger is a must for meat lovers.
Ottomanelli Café Website

Momofuku (171 1st Ave.)
      One of the hot locations of Momofuku is in NYC, and it’s a must if you’re craving Asian cuisine. All the items on the menu are great, but in order to try their famous fried chicken, you’ll have to order at least 48 hours in advance.
Momofuku Website

Mamoun’s (22 Saint Marks Pl & 119 MacDougal St.)
      If you’re looking for something quick, ethnic, delicious, go to Mamoun’s. A tiny place with amazing Middle Eastern food, and burning hot sauce. Most chances there will be a line at the front.
Mamoun's Website

Places to see:

The Rubin Museum of Art (150 West 170 St.)
      The Rubin Museum exhibits religious art from the Himalayas, India, and the surrounding area. It is well-designed, chic, and modern. After getting cultured you should enjoy the bar downstairs, and discuss the exhibition with strangers.
The Rubin Museum of Art Website

Williamsburg
      The birth-place of the ‘Hipster’ movement. Expect to see a variety of beards, hear a great deal of pretentious discussions, and accept that everyone is much cooler than you. However the beautiful bars and restaurants, and the relaxed vibe definitely compensate. Don’t miss watching the sunset from the river.

AMC 84th Street 6 (2310 Broadway Ave.)
      Facing dwindling ticket sales in this location, AMC decided to take dramatic measures. They completely renovated all the theaters, and now offer the best cinematic experience in New York. Every seat is a ‘Lazy Boy’ armchair, the screens are huge, and the sound is mind-blowing. AMC 84th Street is the only option to catch a movie.

Places to relax:

Carl Schurz Park (East 86th Street & East End Ave.)
      Everybody goes to Central Park, making it crowded, loud, and commercialized – the opposite of a relaxing environment. Located in a residential area, Carl Schurz Park assures you’ll be the only tourist amongst real New Yorkers. It is quiet, peaceful, and has a great view over the East River.
Carl Shurtz Park Website

Pier 45 (353 West St.)
      The gay place to go for some sunbathing. All you need is a tiny Speedo, a towel, and sunglasses so no one can tell you’re staring at all those hunky guys.
Chelsea Piers Website

Hudson River Park
      The second largest park in Manhattan is more of a boardwalk than a park. Rent a bike, and cross it north to south and back. Rest in one of the many piers and parks near the river. And after all that calorie burning, enjoy a sweet treat in Chelsea.
Hudson River Park Website

Neighborhoods:

New York is well known for its many neighborhoods. Each has its own background, character, culture, and style, so that wandering New York you can encounter a different world, every few blocks. We suggest exploring them all, for a true taste of local life.

Upper East Side
      This posh residential area is anything but boring. A short distance from Central Park, the East River Boardwalk, Second Avenue bars and restaurants, museums, and shopping, you’ll find an activity for every mood.

Upper West Side
      Family-friendly and chic. Cozy and trendy. Relaxed and lively. The many contradictions make the Upper West Side one of our favorite neighborhoods in Manhattan, where you can vacation with your family during the day, and chill with a pint of beer or a cocktail in one of many hip bars during the evening among friends.

Midtown
      New Yorkers come here to work; tourists come for the landmarks. It is as crowded, loud, and dynamic as New York City can be, with all its charm. Cross Manhattan on 42nd Street to absorb the energy. Just make sure to stay out of the way – locals are chronically in a rush to work!

Chelsea/Meatpacking District
      Whether you love classy art galleries and a laid-back vibe, or a trendy exclusive nightlife scene, Chelsea is the spot to visit. Sing karaoke in a gay bar, drink cocktails in an outdoor lounge, walk across the High Line, or eat at the Chelsea Market. Whatever you do, you’ll feel like a million dollars.

Union Square, Flatiron & Gramercy Park
      A young and lively area, with everything you love about New York. Today the area is filled with street performers, Off-Broadway shows, and a very hip dining scene. In the past it was famous for its innovative department stores and huge female crowds, which gave it its nickname “The Ladies Mile”.

Lower East & Lower West Side
      Best place to go for a new wardrobe or a night out. The streets are charming and cozy, with cool bars and fabulous clothing stores everywhere. If you want to spend a lot of money, and feel good about it, this is the neighborhood for you.

The Financial District
      No visit to New York is complete without visiting the Financial District and observing its famous landmarks. From the Statue of Liberty and the One World Trade Center building, to Ellis Island and Wall Street, every inch of this neighborhood is packed with history.

Featured properties in New York:

Spacious 2 BR in Times Sq - West 46 Street

Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Max Guests
6
Size
650 sq.ft.
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  • New York, NY, USA
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This fully furnished two-bedroom is completely newly renovated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan (Hell's Kitchen) and features living room plus sofa bed, queen-size bed in each bedroom and fully equipped Kitchen Details

Cozy 2BR Apartment in Midtown East on East 52 St

Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Max Guests
6
Size
55 m²
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  • New York, NY, USA
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This is the perfect apartment where you can relax after a long day of exploring NYC!
The apartment is fully furnished and equipped with all the necessary essentials to make you feel at home away from home.

Located in one of the best locations in Manhattan East 52nd Street (Midtown East) one of New York´s most prestigious addresses and is just steps away from all New York City has to offer!
The apartment is at the second floor in a small elevator building and it features 2 bedrooms and living room with sofa bed and fully equipped kitchen. There is a FREE high speed internet, Flat-panel LCD TV with cables
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Gorgeous Studio on UES #2A

Bedrooms
0
Bathrooms
1
Max Guests
3
Size
400 sq.ft.
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  • New York, NY, USA
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Located on the Upper East Side, on 81st Street between 1st&2nd Avenue.
The apartment is fully furnished with queen-size bed, computer desk, couch that turns into a bed, flatscreen LCD TV with cable and high-speed internet (wifi), fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, electric kettle, microwave, stove, dishes and more.
Stay with us, and feel what it´s like to live like a true New Yorker.
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Gorgeous 3BR in Midtwon East (8415)

Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
1
Max Guests
7
Size
1000 sq.ft.
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  • New York, NY, USA
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Fantastic 3 bedroom apartment in Southern Midtown East. Details