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New York City Attractions

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New York, the city that never sleeps. With its endless skyscrapers, its long avenues and its multiples attractions, this American fashion capital is a must-see destination. It offers a remarkable variety of artistic and cultural content. Regularly traveling to the city, as for the Fashion week, Marie presents her favorite places in New York.

The MET Museum


The Met

The Met is a must-see when coming to NYC. The artwork displayed is breathtakingly beautiful and intricate. Various exhibitions are happening every month. If you’re not that into art, the Met’s famous white stairs are still worth a look. People all over the area often take a seat on these steps and enjoy looking upon the beautiful streets of NYC. The Met is definitely a place to put on your checklist when in NYC.


The Highline

The Highline is a great way to explore the city without having to deal with the busy traffic. It runs along the west side of Manhattan from 34th street to about 13th street. While you’re enjoying your lunch or dinner from the various food vendors along the Highline, or shopping from local vendors, you can look upon the incredible view of the Hudson River right next to the Highline. Chelsea Market can also be entered along one of the Highline’s many entrances, which houses many unique restaurants and vendors you won’t find anywhere else in the city.

The High Line New-York

ABC Kitchen


ABC Kitchen

ABC Kitchen is renowned for its award-winning cuisine that is made from the freshest and safest ingredients from local and regional farmers and cultivators. The interior of the restaurant looks as just as good as the food. With the white walls and furniture and accents of wood, this restaurant creates an atmosphere that everyone will love.


Washington Square Park

This is a classic must-see area in NYC. You can play pickup chess games near the fountain, or grab a bite to eat from the various vendors. Being right in the area of the East Village, there are many unique stores and restaurants to check out. Even with the NYU buildings surrounding some of the area, the park still feels unique and diverse compared to other parks. You’ll often see street performers varying from dancers to musicians. Something fun and exciting is always happening down there. The park is up kept very well and is a great place for anyone of any age to visit.



The NoMad Hotel

The NoMad’s dark hallways and various bars inside are what draw the attention of most customers. This hotel has a more international crowd attending it as well as It-People that have proven to be more drawn to this place since it’s opening. NoMad offers six different spots within the hotel to grab a bite or drink, and has a Maison Kitsune boutique as the “hotel store.” The rooms have quite a vintage vibe and come in various styles for your preferred choice. There’s also a vast library area where you can relax, read a book, and sip a coffee from of the hotel’s many restaurants