“The Big Apple”, “The Concrete Jungle”, “The City that Never Sleeps”, “The City of Skyscrapers”, there are many ways to call it, but it is as unique as its people and its vibes. Here all adjectives fall short.

New York has become, in the last years and by its own merits, in the most important economic and cultural capital of the world. With its more than 800 skyscrapers and its movie streets, here you’ll feel like living in continuous fiction and that is why 40 million tourists visit it every year.

Few cities vibrate as much as New York. Nothing is equal to its variety of cultures, races, religions and languages.

New York

At the heart of the city is Manhattan, a densely populated district that ranks among the world’s leading commercial, financial and cultural centers.

Times Square

The famous Times Square is actually the meeting of two major avenues in the city: 7th Avenue and Broadway. In this region are important theaters, buildings and shops.

Brooklyn Bridge

Inaugurated in 1833, the monument is 1,800 meters long. At the time of its construction, it was considered the largest suspension bridge in the world.

Statue Liberty

The statue was assembled on French soil and was ready in 1884, then dismantled and shipped to the United States in ships, to be reassembled in its final place.