New Normality Tourism

This new situation that began in early 2020 has also left us a different way of doing tourism, but this does not prevent us from enjoying the vast majority of places that New York City offers.
New York City is made up of multiple and iconic neighborhoods, distributed throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. Neighborhoods such as the Financial District, Chinatown, Little Italy, East Village, Williamsburg, Dumbo, Astoria…each one of them has its essence and characteristics, whether it is because of its history, its architecture, its restaurants, or the people who live there. What makes each one of them worth visiting.
The parks are another great attraction in New York City, starting with the most iconic and well-known of them all: Central Park. It is the lung of the city and it is a park that no matter how many times you visit it, you will always discover something new, so you will never get tired of coming back again and again. Another iconic park is the Highline, an old train track converted into a raised linear park. Currently, access is limited and free and the route is only one way, starting with the southern access, but none of this will prevent you from enjoying this peculiar park and the places it passes through.
As for the museums, fortunately, the current situation has allowed its reappearance a few weeks ago, but with a reduction in its capacity. On the positive side, this allows you to visit the great museums of New York such as the MET, the Natural History Museum, Guggenheim or the MoMA, but with much fewer people, being able to enjoy much more of the works on display, without having the heads of a group of tourists in front of you.
This is only a small sample of the many interesting things that a city like New York offers, and that, even in the current situation, allows us the lucky ones who still live here the opportunity to continue discovering this wonderful city.

Carlos Gómez


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