It is easy to associate Midtown with all the spectacle, huge flashing billboards around Times Square, Broadways tempting shows, concerts and cool sports events at Madison Square Garden and the classic Carnegie Hall; the most famous concert hall in New York, but there is so much more to discover.
Here are the most popular ones: Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center, Sixth Avenue, with architecture as from the ‘Mad-men’-era, the epic Grand Central Station, Madison Square Park with the very special wedge shaped Flatiron building,
the name ”Flatiron” derives from its resemblance to a cast-iron clothes iron.
MoMa – The Museum of Modern Art is also located in Midtown and boasts a huge collection of 150,000 artworks, 22,000 movies and four million stills.
A number of trendy rooftop bars can be found around Midtown as well as Eataly food paradise and plenty of diners, restaurants, bars and Hells Kitchen nightclubs.
When choosing to stay in Midtown, with its large offering of hotels in various price ranges, you’ll be in walking distance to many attractions with the rest of New York easily reached by subway.