Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.
Currency: The US Dollar ($)
Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.
Climate : There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate Christmas in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime (April to June) and the fall (September to early November). Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.
New York City is full of things to do. You could literally spend a lifetime in this city and do something different each day. With so much to see, it can be overwhelming trying to plan a trip to this beast of a city.
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If it’s your first time in NYC (or even a 2nd or 3rd visit!) we’ve rounded up a list of the top sights same Central Park, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Metropolitan museum, Manhatta, Time Square or Grand central..
Both in population and sheer geographic size, the city is absolutely massive. Learn about the boroughs and neighborhoods you are visiting before you arrive.
The Five Boroughs Places to visit New-York Are:
Every area has its charms and there are countless neighborhoods in each one. Far too many people spend their whole trip to Manhattan. While it’s a fab spot, it is not the whole picture. As you are creating a list of things you want to do, separate them by borough then plan your days to minimize commute time.