Top 10 Best Attraction to Visit in New York

5 boroughs — Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island together make New York. Home to the financial district, magnificent skyscrapers, Broadway, Times Square, the famous Central Park, this is where Hudson river meets the Atlantic Ocean.

Every year thousands of people visit the Big Apple for business as well as pleasure.

Visiting the NYC can be expensive and hectic especially if you don’t have a source of transportation. If you want to make a good impression on your clients during a business trip or want to have the best time with your loved ones, the first thing you should do is book your transportation.

We are the leading car rental service providers in NYC with a wide range of car models. We also offer discount prices for the cars when they are booked well in advance.

If you are in NYC, here are the 10 attractions that you’ll definitely love to visit:

Brooklyn Brewery
The Brooklyn Brewery is the place where you will be able to enjoy the free beers. The free tour of the Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Brewery runs from 1-5pm (one hour each) on Saturday and 1-4 pm on Sunday.

Central Park
With one of the amazing views of NYC, the Central Park is famous all around the world. It is totally free! You can enjoy the stroll through the park or enjoy various free events that are regularly hosted.

Staten Island Ferry
One thing that people definitely enjoy when they visit NYC is the Staten Island Ferry. Manhattan skyline has an amazing view from the harbor.

Grand Central Station
While the Grand Central Station is not just a train station but is home to a variety of restaurants and free art gallery. The terminal is at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

New York Public Library
105 years old and most famous library in the New York, it is near the Times Square. The free tours of the library happen 11 am and 2 pm from Monday to Saturday, and 2 pm on Sunday.

High Line
High lane has a beautiful view of Hudson River. The lane has been created from the abandoned stretch of elevated railroad track. It is 30 feet in the air and connects the Chelsea galleries with Meatpacking district.

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge is a suspension bridge and one of the oldest bridge in the country. It was completed in 1883 and connects Brooklyn and Manhattan. The walk across the bridge takes about 10-15 mins.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral
A must see the place on your itinerary, the St. Patrick’s Cathedral provides a free map to work your way around for a self-guided tour.

South Street Seaport
South Street Seaport is a historic area in Manhattan. It is adjacent to the Financial District.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A trip to NYC is futile if you don’t visit MMA- Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is spread over 13 acres with a variety of amazing artifacts and artwork.

We, at Reliance Group, offer deluxe car rental services with nominal costs. You can opt for a classic limousine, Hummer, Bentley or any other transportation. We assure you that your NYC trip will be a memory that you will always cherish.