I’m fairly certain you know about the Statue of Liberty, so it’s a no-brainer that it would feature on this list.
For a walk within a landscaping masterpiece, look no further than Central Park. This bustling oasis of nature is four km long and 0.8 km wide.
Few people associate beauty with a subway station, but the Old City Hall has the prettiest one you’ll ever see.
The High Line in the Chelsea district is one of the trendiest parts of the city. The park and communal area is built on an old elevated rail line.
Hidden away in the heart of New York City is a pristine two-acre square park with a lot of history.
Another iconic part of this vibrant city is Brooklyn Bridge, and the best place for sweeping views of this landmark is Brooklyn Bridge Park.