Central Park

Central Park is an urban park with a rectangular form in the heart of Manhattan, It has 4,000 by 800 meters of dimension approximately, it's bigger than the two smallest nations of the world; it's almost two times bigger than Monaco and almost eight times bigger than Vatican City. It is the most visited park in the United States, with 25 million visitors every year. It also has become...

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Dumbo Park

DUMBO is a neighborhood in Brooklyn; its name comes from the union of the words Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass. The area has two sections; one located between Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, which connects Brooklyn to Manhattan across the East River, and one that continues east from the Manhattan Bridge to the Vinegar Hill area, this can be reached after crossing the Brooklyn...

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Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park is located in the Flatiron District in New York City has over 150 years of history and an attractive architecture of the nineteenth century, the park will find eight costly monuments, of which highlights a contemporary fountain and reflecting pool, there you can also come and share with your pets, the park has an area for canine exercise. Madison Square Park is a park for...

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Bryant Park

The oasis of downtown Midtown Manhattan is Bryant Park, located between 40th and 42nd Streets with 5th and 6th Streets, located next to the New York Public Library. It is an unparalleled public place, where you will find an escape from the loud city and for those who are looking for something different there are cultural events, games, pastimes and free shows that change from month to month....

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Governors Island National Monument

 Place:               Governors Island (Isla de los Gobernadores)

Admision:         Fare Ferry for childrean under 13 is free, Passengers ride free on Saturdays and Sundays until 11:30am / entrance to the island is free

The island is a national monument and is open to all tourists between  May and October,  Passengers...

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Washington Square Park

Hours: Open 24 hours

Washington Square Park is located south of Manhattan, close to Greenwich Village; the park is a popular meeting place for locals and students from the University of New York that often, go to the park to discuss their latest projects. The two most prominent symbols are the Washington Square Arch and a great fountain, which is used as a pool for children. It includes...

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