When you visit New York, the world is your oyster. There are huge skyscrapers, spectacular parks, famous museums, and incredible food choices. If you’ve never visited New York before, put it on your list! The possibilities are endless. How many times have you watched your favorite movie or TV show that was shot in New York and thought, “Wow, I’d really love to visit?” Well now’s the time to go and experience the movies and TV shows for yourself! There’s always something new to see and do and plenty of places where you can relive your favorite movie scenes over and over again. Here are five places that you can’t miss!

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1.- Empire State Building: Since 1931, the Empire State Building has been the international symbol of New York. Towering (pun intended) over 443 meters tall and boasting 102 floors, the Empire State Building was the site of some of the earliest action movies like Godzilla and King Kong. Experience New York from the sky!

2.- The Brooklyn Bridge The Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn and has been the site of thousands of movies on the big screen. What would I Am Legend, Avengers, or Batman be without scenes of the Brooklyn Bridge? Whether you’re a Marvel or DC Comics fan, seeing the Brooklyn Bridge will make you feel like the hero of your own movie.

3.- Central Park: Central Park is a man-made park that was built between 1860 and 1870; it’s the lungs of the city and home to scenes in movies like Enchanted, Bride Wars, When Harry Met Sally, Home Alone: Lost in New York, and more! Central Park is full of locals and tourists alike who have fallen in love with nature in the city. Whether you want to take a long relaxing walk, admire the nature, see animals in the zoo, climb some rocks, or go ice-skating in the winter, Central Park has something for everyone!

4.- Grand Central Terminal: Remember the opening scene of Gossip Girl? That was shot in Grand Central Terminal, and it’s not the only series that was shot in Grand Central Terminal. On the turquoise ceiling you can see the zodiac constellation; every nook and cranny is full of details in its architecture both in and outside of the building. Architecture buffs and novices will fall in love with this incredible building. See it for yourself with Re_set!

5.- The New York Public Library:  Between 40th and 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue is a building with over 3 million books, movies, and CDs. Famously depicted as the scene where Mr. Big stands up Carrie at their wedding in the first Sex and the City movie, the New York Public Library is the second largest library in the United States (behind the Library of Congress in Washington, DC) and is one of the most important libraries in the world. It’s appeared in several important films, including Ghostbusters, The Day After Tomorrow, and many more. Take a few minutes to sit down and read a good book while you let your imagination run wild! There’s always something new to discover at the New York Public Library!

Seguramente recuerdas muchos más lugares que de la pantalla te gustaría llevar a tu plan de viaje en tu Surely you’ll think of plenty of places that you’ll want to go while you research your next trip to New York; the city’s unforgettable beauty is the perfect backdrop to creating your next amazing story. Live like a movie star and experience everything New York has to offer. Who knows? You may end up getting discovered and become an actor while you’re on your trip!

Now that you’ve discovered a new way to explore New York, it’s time to get your laptop out and make your flight reservation! There’s nothing like seeing New York for yourself! And what better way to see New York for yourself than to explore while you save money for your next trip! Sign up for your free 90 trial membership now and get exclusive discounts on accommodations for your next trip.


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