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Cómo es:Silencioso · Residencial · Clásico
Se le conoce por:Museos · Boutique · Parques
Servicios cercanos:Restaurantes · Tiendas · Tiendas de abarrotes
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SUBWAY/TRANSPORTATION GETTING AROUND ON FOOT • Walk three avenues west and you will hit central park! Take a stroll downtown towards to the Plaza Hotel or visit 5th Avenue and explore the hundreds of shops it has to offer. SUBWAY • You are two blocks from the 6 Train on 77th and Lexington Ave…
Upper East Side Subway Stops: 59th and Lexington (N,Q,R,4,5,6) Things to see The Metropolitan Museum of Art (FIRST DAY) Frick Collection of Art Jewish Museum Guggenheim Museum Roosevelt Island Tram- Tram is at 59th and 2nd Grand Army Plaza (right left corner of Central Park)
The Upper East Side (UES) is host to world famous museums, fantastic restaurants and lots of shopping! And Central Park is right there.
There are so many bars and restaurants on 2nd Ave and 1st Avenue. I have some recommendation to share with you when you arrive.