Midtown is New York’s most visited neighbourhood thanks to the concentration of exceptional sights here: the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, the United Nations Headquarters, Times Square, the 5th Avenue stores, its theatres and the many splendid buildings…
The Empire State Building, and the Rockefeller Center are essential visiting, offering a stunning panoramic view of all New York. Times Square is the most famous intersection in New York, thanks to its location in the heart of the Theater District and the constant activity there.
The Midtown neighbourhood is also one of the most affluent areas of New York. In the middle of Midtown is Bryant Park; a ‘French’ park, with long plane tree lined avenues, providing a haven of tranquillity much appreciated by New Yorkers. To the east is the famous Beaux-Arts styled Grand Central Terminal, the largest station in New York.
Also worth visiting: the UN Headquarters; Radio City Music Hall, for its Art deco architecture and to see the famous Rockettes dance their Christmas Spectacular; St Patrick’s Cathedral, the seat of the metropolis’ archdiocese.