Times Square is the most emblematic square in New York. Surely if you have ever been, you know what it is like. Its triangular shape, the giant, bright advertisments on the buildings, the New Yorkers screen announcing the end of the
Washington Square has a fountain where children bathe, people sunbathe, the Yorkers take lunch and it is where the arch to 5th Avenue starts. It also separates the village of Soho. It is a very cozy, romantic and inviting to rest
Union Square is one of the liveliest places in New York City, where you can always find people sunbathing, enjoy a street performer, or browse a weekly farmer's market. For many New Yorkers, Union Square represents a meeting point.
You have to kick it in New York City, meaning you should walk and wander through its streets, but keep in mind some basic safety rules, such as don't go for a walk in the Bronx. Wandering aimlessly makes you curious and leads you to
Nestled in the heart of one of the most famous places in the world, Times Square, the Father Duffy Square is one of my favorite spots in the city. Here, on the easily identified red platform, you can sit for a moment and take
"Good Morning Columbus!" Welcome to one of the most visited places in New York. Just steps from Central Park, at the southwest corner of the park, this roundabout is named after the explorer Christopher Columbus whose statue adorns
Much of Chinatown extends south of Canal Street to the Manhattan Bridge. Over the years, this area has been growing slowly but steadily, but its heart is without a doubt Kimlau Square. This is named after a Chinese American lieutenant
Located in the heart of Rockefeller Center, the Lower Plaza is a small, charming spot. I must say that it has a very central location and is richly decorated with imposing golden statues and fountains. In winter, it is adorned with