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All reviews southwest corner time warner center corner of central park whole foods holiday market high end stores the mandarin oriental hotel bouchon bakery busy traffic circle ballet dancers uss maine eighth avenue thanksgiving parade lots of shops subway station lincoln center trump tower
what is great about CC???
1. just opposite the NYC Marathon entrance to Central Park at 26 miles
2. the shops at CC: very upscale with a Whole Foods
3. very close to Trump Tower snd restaurant Jean Georges
4. steps away from the best...More
Columbus Circle is the Statue at the tip of the beginning of Central Park. A nice circle dedicated in the honour of Christopher Columbus. The 76 foot high statue stands tall; that doesn’t go without any controversy in the city of New York. It is...More
This is the “center” of NYC! OK, not really, but whenever you check distances to NY, they are measured from this point, which makes it a cool place to visit for people like me.
In itself, it’s really just a traffic circle, but the column...More
On the lower end of Central Park sits a large traffic circle with some pretty features and a statue dedicated to the man who discovered some islands in the Caribbean and left thinking he’d been to islands off the coast of India. Why not a...More
I ended up walking around Columbus Circle during my own self-guided tour of the City this past weekend. Columbus Circle is near to a lot of things, and has its own sights to see as well. However, I didn't find much there to make recommending...More
New York city heart .. to the east and west .. uptown and downtown . nyc is not a city for bicycles rentals.. too busy for sightseeing. in case you wish to take a bicycle ride in the park or all the nyc..use the citi...More
The monuments are great and traffic is very busy and with all types of bus a car’s and street sellers trying to get you onto a tour or ride around or through the park. In the middle where Columbus Statue stands it is quite peaceful...More
It’s an OK site to see in New York but if you have been to some of the grander traffic circles in Europe, this is nothing very special. It is the subway stop to go visit the Museum of Arts & Design so that was...More