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What to Do and See on a One Day Visit to New York City

Perhaps you have been wondering how you could make the most of your one day trip to the City that never sleeps. New York City is one of the largest cities in the world, so you can’t explore every nook and cranny of the town. However, there are many exciting things to do and see, majestic national parks, charming resorts, and
world-class cuisine to enjoy in one day in New York.

Morning

Start your day with a sip of coffee at Plowshares Coffee Roasters on Amsterdam Ave., or Lenox Coffee Roasters on 129th St. Move down to the Rockefeller Center at the heart of New York City. From the Top of the Rock, you can see the exquisite New York City skyline. As you have probably seen in many movies, during the holidays,
Rockefeller Center hosts tourists from all over the world for ice skating and the
famous Rockefeller Christmas Tree. Rockefeller Plaza is home to many of New York’s finest shopping. Round up your visit to Midtown with a short visit to the Museum of Modern Art to see world-class paintings and sculptures.
After your adventurous visit in Midtown, head to Central Park on the Upper West
Side. With about 58 miles of walking paths and 843 beautifully landscaped acres, no
place offers you top-notch hiking and biking experience like Central Park. There is a
lake, horseback riding and 36 bridges to enjoy your boating adventure. There is more to enjoy stunning scenery, baseball, and lawn bowling. Central Park is one of the best places to see in New York.

Afternoon

Next, take a train or taxi to see the Statue of Liberty. Lady Liberty offers you an
unforgettable one-day sightseeing experience in New York. Apart from being one of
the world’s largest statues, it is also one of the greatest American icons. After seeing the Statue of Liberty, you can learn how France gifted it to America in 1886 at the
Immigration Museum. Before you end your afternoon tour, make sure you visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where you will enjoy seeing over two million works of arts designed for more than 5000 decades. Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the oldest and most famous museums in the United States of America. End your afternoon tour, take a subway downtown, and ride the way the locals do. Your visit to these local areas offer you the opportunity to see the beautiful architecture of classic buildings around the City.

Evening

Start your evening by attending a Broadway show in the Theater District. See your
favorites or see the classics. Finish off the evening at Sardi’s, the toast of Broadway.
Even though Times Square can be visited at any time of the day, it is most exciting in the evening. New York City is filled with a slew of exciting and thrilling moments that you can’t explore in a day. So, if you would love to spend more than a day in the City, book a reservation with SharedEasy. Coliving is the best housing system for you and your family. This housing option allows you to share the same apartment with people from all walks of life and cultures. SharedEasy is the answer for short-term and long-term stays in New York City.