The capital of the world or The Capital or dreams or The City That Never Sleeps. You name it New York is always a destination for travelers. Keeping away the geographical facts and records the city has, I am going to start this article from the point of view of writers and thankfully, I have an amazing friend who is also an excellent writer. From the opinions I have received, New York happens to be the best place for writers. It is advisable for the aspiring writer to go to New York at least once. If you can’t go to New York, go to the place that can represent the city. This is because the standards of writing in New York are high and there are many like minded people to share your dreams, and it is a place where you can talk, and talk and talk about your interests. If you are planning to write a book, you have to start by talking about it, just like how most of the human projects are done.
One of the many reasons why there is so much of love for New York is because of the various locations that won’t leave your attention from your eyes. The city has got many attractions, many amusements, sites, and landmarks that anyone can not ignore from visiting in their New York visit. In fact, there is one more name for New York that this is the shopping destination and is one of the best shopping destinations in the entire United States. You can find clothing shops, technology stores, amazing books, homewares, electronic goods and what not!
The Art lovers totally love the city for its countless museums (this article is listing a few of them) and galleries that are in most of the places of the city. With the fantastic food available for the visitors, and the events, a lot of attractions, the visitors are given more than enough reasons to stay in this amazing city.
This is a city that never sleeps. There are enough cultural events that keep on happening all the time that keeps the visitors busy, that includes the broad shows. Did we forget something? Of course, one can not leave the city without visiting the famous Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Statue of Liberty.