New York - New York visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'New York' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from New York.
The City of New York is one of the most famous and most visited cities of the world. It is the most populous city of New York State in the USA, famous for shopping, Broadway shows, Statue of Liberty, Fifth Avenue, Central Park and much much more. This New York guide contains many 360° panoramas of the various sights and attractions around the city. Each pin on the Google map of New York represents a panorama. Simply scroll around the map and click on a pin to be taken to that location. Each panoramic images is accompanied by some local and travel information, forming a growing guide to New York as more photographs are added to the collection. A full list of New York locations featured is given in the New York panorama index.
New York City is made of the five boroughs of The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. The vast majority of the 40 million tourists visiting New York stay, and spend most of their time, in Manhattan. The most popular tourist attractions within the city include the Empire State Building, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, the shows of Broadway, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Central Park, Rockefeller Center and Time Square. New York is also world famous for the vast shopping opportunities along Fifth Avenue, with Macy's topping the bill as the largest department store in the world.
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Bus: There are good bus services to cities along the East Coast, including New Jersey, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington DC.
Ferry: Brooklyn Cruise Terminal with international services to England and Germany.
Flight: John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), LaGuardia Airport (LGA). JFK is the most popular airport, there are various services providing links from the airport to the city, including Metrobus, the JFK AirTrain, New York City Airporter Bus, Go Airlink Shuttle, Taxis and private limousines.
Train: Amtrak run rail services to New York Penn Station. New York has 3 commuter rail services, with Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and New Jersey Transit both from New York Penn Station, and Metro-North Rail Road (Metro North) from .