11 Places You Must See in New York State

In the middle of the Adirondack Mountains, the “Franklin Falls” lake glitters. From there you have a magnificent view of the Blue Mountain New York? Everyone thinks of the Statue of Liberty, fashion and freedom. But the Big Apple isn’t all New York State has to offer. We have 11 cool tips for the adventure of a lifetime! Get out of the big city and into nature! Only a few hours drive from Manhattan’s skyline,

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The Best Savings Tips for New York Travel

New York Savings TipsThe city that never sleeps: New York. Uniquely beautiful and unfortunately quite expensive. But you can also save money, as our Spartipps show. New York is not only colorful, lively and hip but unfortunately also quite expensive. So that the next trip doesn’t blow up your travel budget. New York is not only one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, but also one of the most expensive. But even

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The Best Travel Tips for New York in Winter

Rockefeller Center At Rockefeller Center is the most famous Christmas tree in New York Those who travel to New York for the first time will be overwhelmed by the density and height of the city. Strolling through the heart of Manhattan, one has to stretch out and look up to see the sky. Right now, during the Advent and Christmas season, I can’t imagine a more beautiful city. I am often asked if it is

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13 Things You Should Avoid in New York

Lower East Side, Manhattan New York City is one of the most exciting metropolises in the world but there are some things better to avoid Those who visit a metropolis such as New York for the first time do not only ask themselves which highlights absolutely have to be on the program but also what should be better avoided. Our editor has just been on site for two weeks and has some tips on how

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11 Things You Should Know Before Your First Trip to New York

Colorful, loud, dizzy: Times Square in New York. If you are visiting the US East Coast metropolis for the first time, you should know a few things. Which, we will reveal below. Colorful, loud, fuzzy: Times Square in New York. Whoever is on the road in the US East Coast metropolis for the first time should know a few things. Which ones we’ll tell you downstairs. Especially those who have chosen a metropolis as their

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Helicopter Flight Over New York: Field Report & Provider Comparison

Helicopter flights over New York are an absolute highlight of every trip. We will tell you about our experiences in a helicopter over New York and introduce you to the different providers and options. Flying once over New York in a helicopter – that was a dream of ours for a long time. And because we like to turn our dreams into reality, we simply booked a flight during our last visit to New York.

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The Best Food & Drink in New York

Where’s the best food in New York? New York food and drink offers an incredible variety. From cozy bars, hip restaurants, and hip cafes to our beloved rooftop bars, you can truly eat your way through the Big Apple. Here we tell you our personal tips for eating in New York, cheap food in New York and special New York dishes and drinks! Because we love to eat out in New York, drink good local

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New York: One World Observatory

The One World Observatory is the highest observation platform in New York! We just can’t get enough of this view and so we keep coming back. Here we present to you our most important information, the best tickets and our personal tips for the One World Trade Center observation deck. During our many visits here we were never disappointed and can really say that this observation deck at Ground Zero has earned its place as

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Coney Island New York & Brighton Beach: The Insider Guide

The combination of the old attractions of the amusement park, newly created rides and traditional treasures with the proximity to the sea makes Coney Island New York one of the attractions in the mega-metropolis New York City. Already in the 19th century, the peninsula has developed into a recreational and fun center for the urban population of New York City.  It is mainly locals who escape the summer heat here and cool off in the

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