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The High Line is an elevated railway transformed into a public park on Manhattan's West Side. The park features lush horticulture, artworks, seasonal food vendors, community programming, and unique views of the Hudson River and New York City...more
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This is one of our favorite places to visit year round is just so beautiful here especially now during spring time when all flowers are blooming. As romantic as I am watching the sunrise or sunset here is a must👍 during summer time there are...More
I have been wanting to walk the high line and finally got the chance. It did not disappoint. Even though there were a lot of people it was quiet and a most enjoyable walk. Good for families with children.
Loved the high line! Only reason it didn’t get four stars was because of the crowds when we visited. But lovely walkway which is beautifully and simply planted, mixed with natural growth. We walked north to south and ended up in the Chelsea market when...More
This is a Great experience. A must visit while in New York. Joined the high line at 14th and walked along to 34th lots of photo opportunities. Dropped down into the meat packing district at the end for a drink.
This is really a fun experience for New Yorkers or visitors. You can enjoy a pleasant walk along the line among trees and flowers. At the same time, you overlook lots of interesting buildings. The newest extension goes to the Hudson Yards. Lots of great...More
Stretching from Sixth Avenue to the Hudson River, the West Village is one of the city’s most coveted addresses. Full of trendy shops, historic taverns, and cozy restaurants set amid 19th century architecture, this neighborhood has a unique old-world feel. You won’t find a more picturesque location in Manhattan. Without the traditional city grid layout, it’s easy to get lost here, but that’s part of the fun as you
stroll down elegant narrow streets with beautiful brownstones. When you need a break, you can always stop in at one of the many quaint eateries or cafes to soak in the atmosphere, or head to the western edge of the neighborhood to enjoy magnificent waterfront views while taking a leisurely walk in Hudson River Park.