Fly Non-Stop to the Big Apple

09.11.2017
Brooklyn Bridge

„Start spreading the news… I am leaving today…“ For those who don't know, these are the famous opening lines of Frank Sinatra's famous song about the Big Apple. The buzzing metropolis on the Atlantic attracts millions of visitors from around the world, each year. Many come back because they just can't get enough of the Big Apple, as the city is affectionately known. New York fans can now get excited about a new connection to New York. Lufthansa is now connecting Berlin to New York, five times a week. The planes will be taking off towards John F. Kennedy Airport from Berlin Tegel every day, excluding Friday and Sunday. The Lufthansa airbus A330-300 will be used for these flights.

If you were to randomly ask for the ten most important sights of the city, then amongst the answers you are guaranteed to hear the Statue of Liberty (the symbol of the city), the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Centre's viewing platform, the Brooklyn Bridge (the most well known bridge of New York), Time Square (Tip: see in the evening or at night!), the Wall Street stock exchange, Central Park (the largest park in New York), High Line Park (a two-kilometre-long freight train route converted into a park - be sure to check it out!), Chinatown and as of a few years ago, the One World Trade Centre with the National 9/11 Memorial. But if you want to see all of these places, you best come with a lot of time on your hands. And a pen, so that you can keep adding things to the list of must-see places in New York…

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