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AboutA global hub of trade, finance and media, New York City is a preeminent metropolitan area. The city is a focal point for the world economy. The Big Apple serves as the prestigious headquarters for several leading global organizations. Numerous important governmental and nongovernmental agencies are also located in various parts of the city. The host of the United Nations General Assembly, New York City is a premier diplomatic and political center as well as the location for numerous world-renowned cultural institutions, such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Natural History. Wall Street, Midtown Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side are all well-known neighborhoods in the city.
Getting to and from New York City
New York City is accessible through John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens. It is the busiest international air travel gateway into the United States. The primary airport for New York, it is connected to other parts of the city by the New York City Subway. Several city bus lines are also available. LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport are other options for reaching New York City.
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Empire State Building Area
Times Square - Theatre District
Central Park South
Lower East Side - Chinatown
Madison Square Garden - Convention Area
Downtown - Wall Street
Midtown West - Hell's Kitchen
Union Square - East Village
Grand Central Terminal - UN
Rockefeller Center - Bryant Park
Upper West Side
West Village - Meatpacking - NYU
SoHo - Tribeca
Upper East Side
Long Island City
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