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For more than 150 years, visitors have flocked to Central Park's 843 green acres in the heart of Manhattan. Since 1980, the Park has been managed by the Central Park Conservancy, in partnership with the public. Central Park is open 6 am to 1 am...more
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An icon of NYC, you must visit. It's huge so you can bike(where allowed) or walk. The reservoir is amazing and you can see the panoramic view. They have great spots for pictures and for you to get that Instagramable moment.
We loved the slow unrushed walk through the famous Central Park, so much more pleasure than battling through the very crowded streets.
We saw Alice in wonderland statues etc.
And as you walk further the park you'll come to the Dakota building where John Lennon...More
Within walking distance from Times Square, about 15 minutes!
The park itself is HUGE. If you're planning to explore by foot, leave aside a couple of hours. This huge park is the smallest bit of nature in the big city, but is so huge that...More
Central Park was dkating in the winter and the zoo is open making it a great outdoor activity. We walked a large section of the park. Font miss Alice in Wonderland or the imsgine mosaic. Only downside to winter is that the fountains are not...More
It's undiscribably great that yust some steps away the urban joungle you can sunbath on the rochs, observe nature and have some quality time with yourself out of the stress and running. What can I say? I'm in love :)