One of the five boroughs of New York, Manhattan sits right at the heart of the city and is home to a number of the attractions that are most popular with the millions of people heading for the Big Apple each year.
Truth be told, plenty of people who visit New York will spend their entire time within Manhattan visiting the likes of Times Square, Central Park and the Empire State Building.
Home to Broadway for lovers of the performing arts as well as Fifth Avenue for those who are looking to enjoy a touch of retail therapy, Manhattan is the go to part of New York for a varied range of travellers - reflecting the diversity of the most populated part of the city.
In fact, take a trip across Manhattan and you’ll find yourself experiencing a melting pot of different cultures from across the globe, from the Chinatown and Little Italy districts in Lower Manhattan through to the Jewish quarter on the Upper West Side and East Harlem - which houses a large Hispanic community.
Regardless of where you want to base yourself in Manhattan, you’ll find no shortage of top quality accommodation to cater for all budgets, with New York’s famous transport network making it quick and easy to get around.
Quite simply, if you’re planning a trip to New York, then Manhattan is the place to go.
One of the most instantly recognisable destinations in the world, Times Square sits in the heart of Manhattan and is visited by huge throngs of tourists every year - drawn in by the colourful billboards and the close proximity of a number of other attractions.
The centre of the theatre world, Broadway is the place to go if you want to catch a show whilst visiting Manhattan, with the likes of The Phantom of the Opera, Cats, Chicago, Wicked and Moulin Rouge playing in the theatres found within the district.
The most visited urban park in the USA, Central Park is another 'go to' Manhattan destination and welcomes millions of visitors every year. It’s a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the streets and houses a number of additional attractions - such as a skating rink, a zoo and various lakes.
Empire State Building
A firm fixture on the New York skyline, the Empire State Building is an icon of the city and features a number of observation decks that allow you to gaze out across the city around you.
National September 11 Museum
Located where the Twin Towers once stood, the National September 11 Museum is a memorial to those who died in the September 11 attacks as well as the bombing back in 1993
One of New York’s top historical landmarks thanks to its impressive art deco buildings, the Rockefeller Centre is well worth a visit at any time of year, but particularly during the winter months when it houses a huge Christmas tree and skating rink.
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