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Reviewed yesterday

This is such a nice walk. When we came in winetr this year it was way to cold to walk the whole way, but now in September it was great. It's an oasis in the middle of the city. You can have on top views on the streets. I still remember how it looked from below, in the 90ies! Not such a nice area then.

Thank difelidi
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We walked from one end to the other getting a different perspective on New York, peaceful & restful way yo experience the big apple. Elevators are available at different points to cater for all abilities.

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Reviewed yesterday

It's an interesting idea. I was a little bored, but the people we were with really liked it. It's an interesting view of the city. Building, ordinary work, working port, etc. Not disappointing really, but nothing to worry about if you miss it.

Thank Dayle D
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Reviewed yesterday

The High Line is a must see! You have to be dressed for cold weather cause its windy up there. The walk is surprising, beautiful architecture. I hope it will be extended in the future.

Thank Henk S
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Reviewed yesterday

I had never heard about the High Line until I read about it in a James Patterson book. A little research prior to the trip and it was added to the list of things to do. We walked from the south to the north end of the High Line. The weather was misty but the views were still interesting.

Thank Barb F
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Enjoyed walking the Highline to Chelsea Market. Even in the rain it was gorgeous. Fun to look at old buildings.

Thank 347sherryl
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Reviewed yesterday

I've walked the High Line in the Summer and Fall, midweek and weekend and both times I just loved being there. People watching in NYC is practically an event and on a beautiful day, there is just no place better to take your time and enjoy.

Thank Claire M
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This walk is beautiful, it’s concept and use of space is brilliant! Stop for a glass of rose, or an ice creams. Bring a lunch and find a hidden spot to eat! Set in one of Nyc trendiest neighbourhoods... do not miss this....

Thank dannie2020
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Reviewed yesterday

This park is a must see if visiting NYC. Built on an old railway bridge, it is a beautiful stroll through buildings and landscapes with the Hudson River and the city scape in the foreground.

Thank Len K
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The High Line is a truly urban park, a converted rail line into a delightful stroll over and through Chelsea and the Meat Packing district and ending (or starting) at the new Whitney Museum. It is about 1.5 miles and well worth the time (figure 90 minutes too two hours to enjoy it) but there are multiple points of entry and exit along the way.

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