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18 Photos That Will Have You Booking Your Next Flight to NYC

If you were not already craving a New York City getaway, it’s about to get serious now. The “City That Never Sleeps” is the beloved stage for Hollywood and hit TV shows for a reason. Founded in 1624, New York, New York is one of America’s oldest cities. You can feel every ounce of the city’s history as you walk through its vast avenues, cobbled streets, charming alleyways and cross its iconic magnificent bridges. The Empire State Building might be the premier photo op for tourists but nothing beats a stroll around Brooklyn Bridge Park or the infectious view seen from the Manhattan Bridge.

The city has seen a huge spike in tourism over recent years with 2013 being the highest recorded in decades. 54.3 Million visitors descended on Manhattan’s streets to explore the city’s wealth of famous art museums, galleries, institutions and of course get a peek of the famous green lady on the harbour. Dollar slices, delicious cheesecake, mouthwatering bagels and calorific cupcakes are some of the city’s biggest draws but nothing beats getting lost in the Village or experiencing a Diner coma in Brooklyn. Ahead: 18 Photos that will inspire your next trip to NYC.


This American symbol of Liberty and Freedom

To scale this movie icon

Brownstones in the Village

This panorama 

To see the crown of this Art Deco masterpiece

A stroll in Central Park during Autumn

To catch a game at the Yankee Stadium

This Sunset

This Inspirational Icon

The View from Long Island city

To try that Dollar slice

This Sunrise

The view from The Rock 

The wires of this Icon

To experience the mania of Times Square

For a view from One World Trade Centre

To catch the views from the High Line Trail

To experience the city at Christmas

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