-> Post Arrival your Day Starts Visiting Jacqualine kennedy onassis Reservoir

New York is the headquarters of the United Nations; the UN welcomes visitors at the UN Visitor Center where you can find out about tours, exhibitions and things to do in the complex. On offer are guided tours, tours geared towards children, special briefings, shops and photographic multimedia .
Visit Duration : 30 Minutes
Category : Parks & Gardens
Address : Bridge No. 27, New York, NY 10128, USA

-> Then 0.8 KM, 11 min walking Towards Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan includes the main building on 5th Avenue and the Cloisters Museum and Gardens in Northern Manhattan (dealt with in a separate article). The museum dates back to 1866 and today is the largest art museum in the country holding over 2 million works of art displayed across 190,000m².
Visa Duration ; 2 Hours
Category : Museums
Address : 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10028, USA

Then 1.2 Km ,16 Min Walking Towards Bow Bridge
The romantic and picturesque Bow Bridge is located in mid-park Central Park at 74th Street. It spans the Central Park Lake like a graceful low-lying violin or archer's bow, hence the name, and joins Cherry Hill with the Ramble
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : Bow Bridge, New York, NY 10024, USA
->Next 0.6 KM, 8 min walking towards Central Park
This is one of New York's most visited attractions, an oasis of green in the middle of the city. Central Park was designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and opened in 1857. Central Park is 840 acres; it is a National Landmark and welcomes approximately 35 million visitors each year
Visit Duration : 30 minutes
Category : Parks & Gardens
Address : Central Park Driveway, New York, NY 10019, USA
->Moving Ahead with 1.3Km, 17 Min walk to Museum of Modern Art
MoMA is in Midtown Manhattan and is one of the most important and influential modern and contemporary art museums in the world. The art work covers a wide range of medium including paper, drawing, painting, photography, film, book illustrations, electronic media, prints, sculpture

Visit Duration : 1Hour and 30 Minutes
Category : Museums
Address : 1 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019, USA
-> 0.4Km, Five minutes St.Patricks Cathedral/strong>
This is New York's main Catholic place of worship; it was built from 1858 to 1879 and funded by donations from both poor immigrants and rich and powerful members of the community. With great foresight the building was erected in what was then the outskirts of town as the Archbishop Hughes ... read more
Visit Duration : 30 minutes
Category : Religious Sites
Address : 631 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10022, USA
->0.4Km , 5 minutes away you move towards Rockefeller Center
This famous New York landmark is located in Midtown Manhattan; the site consists of 19 buildings covering 22 acres of prime real estate on a block of land surrounded by 48th and 51st Streets between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas).
Visit Duration : 30 minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : 30 Rockefeller Plaza, Manhattan, NY 10112, USA
->The Last Visit of the Ends at Times Square
This world famous traffic intersection is also known as the Crossroads of the World, The Great White Way and the center of Manhattan. It is located at the junction between Broadway and 7th Avenue and is surrounded by important buildings displaying bright neon signs at all hours of the day .
Visit Duration : 1 Hour
Category :Squares
Address : 717 7th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10036, USA

-> Second Day starts at Statue of Liberty
New York's most famous landmark is the statue of Lady Liberty, or Liberatas, the Roman goddess of freedom. She is holding a torch above her with one hand and a tablet in the other; on the tablet is written the date of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4th 1776.
Visit Duration : 2 hour
Category : Landmarks
Address :1 Liberty Island, New York, NY 10004, USA

-> Then 4.2 KM, 33 min walking World Trade Center Site
When the World Trade Center towers were destroyed in the devastating terrorist attack of September 11th 2001 the area where they stood became Ground Zero, a site of destruction, rubble and many memories of those lost.
Visit Duration : 1 hour
Category : Landmarks
Address : 104-138 West Street, New York, NY 10080, USA
->Next 0.8 KM, 10 min walking towards St. Paul’s Chapel
St. Paul's Chapel is the oldest church or public building which has been in continuous use in Manhattan; it is a National Historic Landmark and is one of the few buildings to have survived the Great New York Fire of 1776.
Visit Duration : 45 Minutes
Category : Religious Sites
Address : 209 Broadway, New York, NY 10007, USA
-> 0.6Km, 7 min walk to Wall Street
One of the city's most iconic streets is Wall Street, which is synonymous with the wheeling and dealing of business and the stock exchange. The street forms the heart of New York's financial district. The name of the street originates from when a palisade was built to protect the settlers from the American Indians and the British.
Visit Duration : 45 Minutes
Category :Landmarks

- 1,3 Km , 16Min Away you Find Brooklyn Bridge
This iconic bridge is one of the country's oldest suspension bridges; it was constructed in 1883 and spans the East River connecting Manhattan to Brooklyn. It was designed by John Augustus Roebling who had designed a number of other important bridges in the US.
Visit Duration : 30 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY 10038, USA
->1.1Km, 15 Min move towards Chinatown
There is a "Chinatown" in most major cities of the world, it is the area where Chinese (or Asian) immigrants resided and where their community established itself with stores selling their traditional products and restaurants serving their traditional foods.
Visit Duration : 1Hour ,30 minutes
Category : Neighborhood
Address : Chinatown, New York
->The Last Visit but not the least Ends at SoHo
SoHo or South of Houston Street is known for its many artists' galleries, art studios, unique stores, great shopping opportunities, restaurants and chic style. The area is a National Historic Place and a National Historic Landmark due to the concentration of cast-iron architecture and Belgian.
Visit Duration : 1 hour and 30 Minutes
Category :Shopping
Address : Soho, NYC

->Third Day Starts with United Nations
New York is the headquarters of the United Nations; the UN welcomes visitors at the UN Visitor Center where you can find out about tours, exhibitions and things to do in the complex. On offer are guided tours, tours geared towards children, special briefings, shops and photographic multimedia ... read more
Visit Duration : 1 hour
Category : : Landmarks
Address :405 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017, USA

-> Then 0.7KM, 10 min walking Towards
The Chrysler Building at 405 Lexington Avenue was completed in 1930. It was the first building project in the world to go higher than the Eiffel Tower. The height of the Chrysler Building was soon surpassed by the Empire State Building which is 319 meters taller. The building is recognized for ... read more
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : 405 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017, USA
->Next 0.6 KM, 7 min walking towards Grand Central Terminal
This iconic train station is one of two (the other being Penn Station which was later demolished) built during the early 1900s at the height of the railway systems expansion in the country. It is the largest site of its kind in the world.
Visit Duration : 45 minutes
Category : Train Station
Address : Grand Central, 87 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017, USA
-> 0.7Km, 9 minutes walk to Bryant Park
Bryant Park is located between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue between 40th and 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan. It is a privately managed public park spread across 39,000m² above the subterranean New York Public Library Archives.
Visit Duration : 1 hour
Category : Parks & Gardens
Address : 476 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10018, USA
->0.3km ,4 minutes Away you Finds Public Library
The New York Public Library system was established in 1895 and now has 87 branches in the New York boroughs and 4 large research libraries. However the best known of the New York public libraries is the main branch in Manhattan which is now called the Stephen A. Shwarzman Building.
Visit Duration : 1 hour
Category :Library
Address : 1060 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10018, USA
->0.6km , 7 Min Walking towards The Morgan Library
The library and museum began as a library established to house the collection of J.P. Morgan, American banker, philanthropist and art collector. His collection included rare books, manuscripts and rare bindings. When J.P. Morgan senior passed away his son, J.P. Morgan Jr. opened the library to the public
Visit Duration : 1 hours
Category : Library
Address : 229 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016, USA
->0.5km , 6 Min Walking towards Empire State Building
This building is perhaps New York's greatest landmark, although it is no longer the world's tallest building it is still visited by over 3 million people annually. The Empire State was inaugurated in 1931 and is located on 5th Avenue, at the time it broke many world records and was nicknamed ...
Visit Duration : 1 hours and 30 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : : 350 5th Ave, New York, NY 10118, United States
->The Last Visit but not the least Ends at Flatiron Building
You might not know it by name but the Flatiron Building has been featured in many New York movies and T.V. series. You would have seen Flatiron in the films Reds, Godzilla and Spiderman as well as the T.V. shows Friends, Spin City and Veronica's Closet.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : 159 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10037, USA .