New York, New York
Whether you’re crossing the George Washington Bridge into the Heights, riding the Metro North south along the Hudson, or stuck in traffic along the Long Island Expressway, there’s nothing like that feeling of magic and inspiration that washes over you the moment you first spot the Manhattan skyline.
For centuries, the five boroughs of New York City have served as the cultural hub of the U.S., attracting artists, immigrants, and dreamers with the glow of Lady Liberty’s torch and the promise of the American melting pot. Whether you’re a first-timer or a lifelong New Yorker, there’s always more to discover.
Where to Find the Best Views of NYC
No matter the hour or season, there is a long list of overlooks that will provide a view amazing enough to stop you dead in your tracks. These are just a few.
Meet some of New York’s Artists
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Moments from the Metro
Known as “Mr. Whisper” on Instagram, Bal makes sure to experience local transportation systems when he travels, and thus has photos from London, Paris, Rome, Seoul, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, and New York City in his repertoire.
Green Spaces, Urban Places
When we say “urban center,” you may think “concrete jungle,” but that isn’t always the case. A number of cities across the globe are embracing the revitalizing effects of green spaces in their urban places. Here are a few of our favorites.
From Hong Kong to New York City
Born in Hong Kong, a city Kevin believes occupies an ambiguous space between traditional and modern, Cantonese and Western, he grew up with four citizenships and can speak just as many languages.
10 Iconic Transportation Systems Around the World
From efficient subway systems to speedy trains or ancient trams, any of these options should get you excited to explore the city you find yourself in.