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Kick-start your best trip to New York via Air France Reservations
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Marvel at the Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge can claim plenty of superlatives: when it opened in 1883, it was the first steel suspension bridge in the world, and also the longest. These days, it's one of the most photographed structures in New York – and the best way to do so is by crossing it on foot. For the greatest effect, walk it from the Manhattan side, resist turning around until the midway point, and then take a look – the skyline glitters in the distance, framed by the bridge's signature cables. Reach this place taking the comfortable as well as affordable Air France Flights.
The High Line
The High Line Park is a 1.45-mile-long aerial greenway that was built on top of an unused, elevated section of the New York Central Railway. Inspired by a project in Paris, the High Line extends from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District through Chelsea to the north edge of the West Side Yard near the Javits Convention Center. The park is beautifully manicured and offers fantastic views of the city and the Hudson River. Reach here with Air France Reservations. High Line hosts temporary exhibit installations and various performances. Most parts of the park are wheelchair accessible but the park rules prohibit bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, and scooters. Happy journey to this place via Air France!
Try Omakase Sushi
New York City has some of the best sushi in the world next to Japan. Reach here with Air France Reservations. It automatically becomes a regular ritual to explore sushi institutions in New York due to its exceptionally scrumptious taste. These fine dining restaurants serve up a signature style of sushi called Omakase. It is a chef-selected meal in which the head sushi chefs curates the best of what's available in the markets every day and serves you piece by piece. The experience is intimate and relaxing as you dive into the beautiful intricacies of a dish that can be composed of two ingredients. The fish served in the sushi restaurants is curated from all over the world, and utilizes the New Fulton Fish Market, which is the second-largest fish market in the world. If there is one negative to this experience it's the price, sushi is not cheap. Fly to this place via Air France Reservations.
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