New York-U.S … City has a rich musical culture and history

In terms of cross-border spending, New York ranks top in 2013, with an estimated $18.59 billion, followed by London with $16.32 billion. the landmark Statue of Liberty against the New York City skyline.

Quick Info

Country: USA
Total Area: 1,213 km2
Population: 8,405,837
Local Language: English
Currency: United States Dollars (USD)
Time Zone: Eastern (EST) (UTC-5), Summer (DST), EDT (UTC-4)
Major Airport: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Major Airlines: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, US Airways, Continental Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Air Canada, British Airways, Lufthansa Airlines


Situated on the eastern coast of the United States of America (USA), New York City (NYC) is an explorer’s delight. Glamorous, extravagant and soothing, the city presents all the flavors of life in one single platter. The stunning cityscape is dominated by cloud kissing buildings that houses world’s biggest business brands. The new One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan is the tallest man made structure in the Western Hemisphere.

Amid the concrete structures one will find a delightful natural experience in the city parks, which are rich with flora of various kinds. The city comes to life during the Spring season and it is the best time to enjoy a ferry ride to the famous Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. New York City is a global power center, having a stronghold upon commerce, finance, arts, fashion, media, research, education, technology and entertainment.

The city is an important center of international diplomacy with United Nations Headquarters and is also considered the cultural and financial capital of the world. Diversity is widely seen in this most densely populated city of the USA; here, as many as 800 different languages are spoken and people from almost all the regions of the world can be seen.