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A Bus Rental in Manhattan is Perfect for Your Vacation

Manhattan is the home of more than 1.6 million people, despite being only the third largest borough in New York City. It is the most densely populated city in the United States and it is similarly packed with attractions that you can enjoy. Almost everything you see in Manhattan is iconic, and some of its landmarks, buildings, bridges, parks and other places have become very famous that it is almost synonymous to the Big Apple itself. so take time to explore the borough with a bus rental in Manhattan.


Get on a bus rental in Manhattan and do these amazing things!

A bus rental in Manhattan is the best way to explore Manhattan's many treasures. What should yo do here?

1. Explore the well-known landmarks. The whole world knows Manhattan's many landmarks, which you have seen on photographs, paintings, on TV, in movies, in books and magazines. Landmarks in Manhattan may be statues or buildings, but in some cases it is entire neighborhoods. Lower Manhattan has Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, as well as Federal Hall. Elsewhere, check out the City Hall area, the Woolworth Building, the site where the World Trade Center towers used to stand, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Times Square, the New York Public Library, Chrysler Building, the Rockefeller Center, and the United Nations Headquarters.

2. See Central Park. Central Park is a destination in itself. Designed by Frederic Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the beautiful park features some of the most amazing sights in NYC. Check out the highlights of Central Park, such as the Victorian styled cottage called the Dairy, the Central Park Zoo, the Bethesda Terrace, the Conservatory Water, Sheep Meadow, Great Lawn, Cleopatra's Needle, Strawberry Fields, Bow Bridge, Belvedere Castle, Shakespeare Garden, conservatory Garden and the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center. You should also see the many statues inside the park, including those depicting Hans Christian Andersen, Alice in Wonderland, a giant mushroom, and Balto. Aside from Central Park, New York also has great parks in Fort Tryon Park, Inwood Park, Riverside Park, Carl Schurz Park, Bryant Park, Madison Square Park, Hudson River Park, High Line Park, Washington Square Park, City Hall Park, and Battery Park.

3. Go on an architecture tour. Manhattan is home to beautiful buildings that bring out a lot of superlatives like tallest, oldest, and most beautiful. You can get on a bus rental in Manhattan to check out the skyscrapers that dot the borough and examine its architecture. The top buildings you should go to include the Chrysler Building, the St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Grand Central Terminal, St.Regis-Sheraton Hotel, St. John the Divine, Woolworth Building and the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

4. Visit the many museums. When it comes to museums, Manhattan has something for everyone. You can start exploring the Museum Mile, which would take you to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the world's biggest art museum attracting six million people every year; the Whitney Museum of American Art; Guggenheim Museum; El Museo del Barrio; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum; and the Museum of the City of New York. Within the area, you can also find the American Museum of Natural History, where you can see amazing exhibits on the different human cultures, the cosmos and the natural world. Check out the fossilized skeletons of dinosaurs here, including that of a T-rex, as well as the Center for Earth and Space.

You should also visit the Museum of Modern Art, where you can see more than 150,000 pieces of contemporary art, representing only the best films, sculpture, photographs and paintings; the Museum of Television and Radio; and the American Folk Art Museum, all located in Midtown.

Lower Manhattan and nearby areas are home to:

  • African Burial Ground National Monument
  • Museum of Chinese in the Americas
  • the Museum at Eldridge Street Synagogue
  • the Museum of American Finance
  • the Museum of Jewish Heritage
  • the National Museum of the American Indian
  • the New Museum
  • the South Street Seaport Museum

This is where you would find Tenement Museum, where you could see how life was like inside these apartments during the 1800s and 1900s.

You should also check out the Museum of Mathematics, which opened only in 2012. The exhibits here makes math fun and easy to understand.

5. Shop and eat. It is no secret that New York is a fashion capital and you can get dizzy just going through the list of retailers, department stores, boutiques and shops that are open here. There are shopping districts and streets here that present a collection of stores that you should not miss. You can go to:

  • Lower Manhattan, where you would find Century 21, where you could get great discounts, along with other retailers such as J&R, south St. Seaport and Pier 17.
  • The Financial District, which has the high end stores, such as True Religion Brand jeans and Tiffany & Co.
  • Chinatown, where you could browse through the herbal markets, on Canal Street, and other Asian merchandise all over the area.
  • Historic Orchard Street Shopping District
  • SoHo
  • Nolita's Elizabeth Street
  • The East Village
  • Lafayette St.
  • Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village
  • Limelight Marketplace
  • Herald Square
  • The Garment District at Midtown
  • The Diamond District
  • Fifth Ave.
  • Columbus Ave. at the Upper West Side
  • the Shops at Columbus Circle

Manhattan is also home to the world's most famous restaurants. Check out Le Bernardin (New York, NY 10019), which is included in both Zagat's and Michelin's list of top restaurants in Manhattan.

Other restaurants you can try out here:

  • Bouley
  • Caracas Arepa Bar (New York, NY 10009)
  • Gaia Italian Café (New York, NY 10002)
  • Gotham Bar And Grill
  • Gramercy Tavern (New York, NY 10003)
  • La Sirene (New York, NY 10013)
  • Prosperity Dumpling
  • Taim (New York, NY 10014)
  • The Cinnamon Snail (New York, NY 10001)
  • Upstate

6. See a show on Broadway. Treat yourself to the best theater experience by catching a show on Broadway. You can choose from 32 big shows, from new productions to long-time staples and favorites. But the tickets may not be budget-friendly, so you might want to check out TKTS for discounted ones. You can also try to find promotional codes for online transactions. Or you could try for onstage seats, which are half the price of an ordinary ticket. Or you can try more unconventional ways to get cheaper tickets like waiting for SRO admission to become available or try to avail of rush tickets that are made available on the day of the show.

7. Watch a game at the Madison Square Garden. Manhattan is the home of the New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New York Liberty. All of these premiere sports teams play at the Madison square Garden.

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