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Spanning from the South Street Seaport to Brooklyn Heights, the famous Brooklyn Bridge has ushered New Yorkers across the East River since 1883. A must-see for any romantic visitor to the Big Apple.
A true lesson in urban renewal, the High Line is built on an abandoned railroad line elevated above Manhattan's West side. Running from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to Midtown's W. 34th Street.
Said to be Manhattan's only remaining great gateway, Grand Central Terminal is a magnificent example of art meeting functionality.
Every year millions of New Yorkers and visitors walk down 5th Avenue to peruse the windows of Bloomingdale's, Macy's, Saks, Barneys and countless others that pull out all the stops for their annual displays.
The 800-acre Central Park burst out of the minds of urban visionaries including Frederic Law Olmsted. Joggers, nature seekers and bikers use the park daily.
One of the world's most famous skyscrapers is easily recognised by its strong, slender ascent into the NY sky. The Empire State Building opened in 1931, and immediately climbed into the hearts of romantics everywhere.
Romantic movie fanatics will remember this restaurant from the 2001 John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale film, Serendipity. In the movie, the two stars share a dessert that kick starts their love affair.
Walking into The Mulberry Project, you can almost picture Frank Sinatra schmoozing with a beautiful lady in the corner booth. Hidden in plain view, this bespoke cocktail joint is easy to miss - keep an eye out for the unmarked red door.
When we think romantic, our minds go immediately to Peasant. This Nolita hotspot is dark and brooding, with dripping waxed candles lighting the underground cellar. Everything is cooked in a wood-fired oven
Named after a famous author of children's literature, this piano bar in the Carlyle Hotel offers an upscale reprieve on the Upper East Side. The spot bills itself as a piece of "Old New York,"
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