This tour is ideal to start exploring the city that never sleeps, passing through emblematic places like Wall Street or 11-S Memorial.
The city of NY It is full of contrasts worth appreciating. It is one of the main centers of commerce and finance in the world, considered as a great global influence in different aspects.
The initial meeting point will be in the financial district of NY. A review of the city's history and its global importance will be given. During the initial tour you can enjoy the national museum of the American Indians, founded in 1989 and part of the Smithsonian Institute. It is dedicated to the life, languages, history and art of the indigenous peoples of North America.
We will continue for Wall Street, New York street considered the historical heart of the financial district. It is home to the New York Stock Exchange and is surrounded by skyscrapers of all sizes. Currently, a large part of Wall Street staff is made up of professionals in the fields of law and finance. Local companies and stores are oriented to meet the needs of professionals and administrative staff who work or reside in the area.
To continue with the tour we will pass by World Trade Center (world trade center). It was a complex of buildings in Bass Manhattan which included the iconic Twin Towers. The Twin Towers were inaugurated on April 4 of 1973 and destroyed in the attacks of the 11th September 2001. The buildings were damaged during the attack on New York and American democracy. They were shot down in their entirety.
We will also go through the controversial Trump Building, a skyscraper of 283 meters, originally called Bank of Manhattan Trust Building.
We enter Broadway to know the cradle of musicals, a street characterized by crossing the square Times Square and for being a reference point for 40 theaters that make up the Broadway Circuit. It should be noted that of the forty, only two are physically on the avenue and the rest is two or three blocks from it.
Continuing on Broadway we will approach the Battery Park, one of the best places in New York to enjoy the stamp of the Statue of Liberty.
We will finish the tour around the 11-S Memorial, a monument created to pay tribute to the victims of the 11 terrorist attack in September of 2001. This is located in the same place of the Twin Towers.
At first it was named after World trade Center memorial Foundation and later it was changed to National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center in 2007. The design is called a forest of trees, with two swimming pools in the center, on the foundations where the twin towers once stood.