New York City Travel Tips
New York is a city filled with interesting places, an extensive variety that doesn't end as a travel consultant In New York, I can recommend you to visit, other than the typical destination sites, which I'm sure are on your list, a series of hidden or rarely known galleries around Soho. If you visit 141 Wooster Street, you will be surprised with what you'll find (ring that doorbell and get in). Walk on 23rd street in Chelsea and in between 10th and 11th Avenue, besides a free entrance, you will find great cultural richness.
A classic New York activity would be a picnic in Central Park. I personally recommend the area of 81st West, where you can get a full view of the Belvedere Castle.
To have one of the best views of the city, you can't miss the gazer in Brooklyn Bridge Park and around the área stop at one of the most famous pizzas in the city at Grimaldi's.
A bar that no tourist should ever miss is Rudy's bar in Hellkitchen on 9th Avenue (between 44th and 45th Street), where you will be able to enjoy a nice, cold beer at a very low price along with free hot dogs (Yes there are free things in NYC) , and if you're looking for something nicer, go straight to LAVO. A nightclub totally out of the ordinary would be The Box, which will be a great experience during your visit.
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