By An Trieu September 15, 2022
Beside train, bike, Uber/Lyft, and taxi, walking sometimes is the fastest way to get around in New York. Wear comfortable shoes and always have a plan B.
Take a walk, rent a bike, or have a picnic at Central Park. Stop by a museum in Museum Mile, and don't miss many boutiques on Madison and 5th Ave.
End day 1 at a food spot in Koreatown and head to Times Square for some night lights!
From Bryant Park, go to Top of The Rock or SUMMIT One Vanderbilt, Saks Fifth Ave/Bergdorf Goodman, or Broadway Theater District.
Hudson Yards has the famous Vessel and the Edge observation deck and offers stunning waterfront views. You can walk the High Line to Chelsea or Meatpacking.
West Village has charming streets, and Soho offers some of the best shopping in NYC. Overall, lots of brunch places and cafes!
Start from Washington Square Park and head toward West Village and then Soho. East Village is nearby, and it has the most diverse food options in NYC. Must-go!
DUMBO, Prospect Park, & Williamsburg are some popular areas in Brooklyn, and Flushing in Queens is home to NYC's largest Chinatown.