Getting the Best Views in NYC

When you’re in New York City, marvelling at the best NYC attractions is a must. Tourists and travellers from all corners of the world come to New York City. What do you think do they come for? To eat our pizza? Nah. They come here to feel the city’s never-ending vibe and marvel at our spectacular views. But sometimes, even for us locals, the city becomes an awe-inspiring sight. All we need to do is to slow down and take it in, every once in a while.


NYC is a great city for many reasons – primarily because it just doesn’t look remotely like anyplace else. And secondly, it has one of the best skylines in the world, if not the most iconic. Can you imagine all of those soaring skyscrapers crammed into a tiny island?


While tourists are brainwashed into believing that the Empire State Building and/or the Top of the Rock are two of the best and the only ways to look down on the city, there are several other lesser-known vantage points that also offer incredible views of NYC. Apart from that, there are infinite other places to click awesome photographs on street level along with endless perspectives of the city that never sleeps.


So take out your camera and get ready to fall in love with New York City for the first time – or just like I did, all over again.


Belvedere Castle, Central Park

79th St, New York City


One World Observatory, World Trade Center

285 Fulton St, New York


The Met’s Roof Garden Cafe and Martini Bar, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1000 5th Ave, New York City


Gantry Plaza State Park

4-09 47th Rd, Long Island, New York City


The Panorama, Queens Museum

New York City Building, Queens, New York City


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