What better way to while away your night than spending it at the city that never sleeps? New York City, which was christened after the state that the British first named after the Duke of York, is world-famous for its towering skyscrapers, busy streets, and Wall Street, the financial district of the city symbolic of the Land of the Free’s supreme economy. The city is surrounded by block upon block of designer shops and fancy restaurants that cater to both the rich and the famous.<a href="http://www.propertyhospitality.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/New-York-01a pastillas de viagra.jpg”>
New York was first consolidated as a city in 1898, and is now home to over 8.4 million inhabitants.
Housing alone in the “it-city” costs an average New Yorker nothing less than $5,000, while the combined cost of residence and office space is about $100,000 annually.
Like all other expensive cities in the world, the price tag that comes with the New York living does not hinder tourists from all over the globe from shelling out huge sums of money to get a real taste of the lifestyle of the rich and famous.
Among the iconic places that tourists would never miss visiting while in New York City are the iconic Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the city’s Central Park– designated as New York’s national historic landmark.