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The Weather in Manhattan
The above is a climate diagram for Manhattan. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 86°. However, temperatures can go lower than 26° in Manhattan in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
Feel New York's pulse from your condo in Manhattan
Even if you've never considered yourself a big city person, it's hard not to fall in love with Manhattan. Whether you're taking in the dazzling lights at Times Square, or devouring a delicious meal on the Lower West Side, your time in New York City will be full of delights. Experience the city like a local by renting your own place. Apartments come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from chic loft spaces to spacious family pads.
Where to eat in Manhattan
Fortunately, your Manhattan rental won't be far from superb cuisine, with each neighborhood having its own flair. Dine in style at Le Bernardin or Gramercy Tavern, both well-loved upscale restaurants, ideal for a romantic meal for two.
For something a little quirky, head to the British-pub style The Spotted Pig, and enjoy European-inspired favorites including oysters with mignonette, and steak with wild mushrooms. To wash it all down, sample one of the tantalizing ales.
Experience the city's culture
New York City is undeniably a cultural powerhouse, and in Manhattan especially you'll find a plethora of museums and historical sites worth visiting. Head to the museum and memorial at Ground Zero, a somber but important site.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has an enormous collection of works by international artists, while the Museum of Modern Art will appeal to your contemporary senses. Come here to see some incredible works of art by Warhol, Picasso and many more.
Sightseeing in Manhattan
With so much to discover, it's no surprise that Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States. Take a horse and carriage ride, explore The Ramble and Lake, or check out the observation deck at Belvedere Castle.
Statue of Liberty
The iconic Statue of Liberty is best viewed by boat, and you can do this by taking a ferry ride across to Staten Island. Tours of the statue are available, with amazing views rewarding those who ascend the 354 steps. Combine your visit with a boat trip to Ellis Island.
Empire State Building
Take a thrilling elevator ride up to the Observation Deck on the 102nd floor for incredible views over the city. Year-round exhibitions are also found here, spanning a wide range of topics.
This beautifully maintained park in the center of Manhattan is the perfect place to escape the big city hubbub. Watch a free movie screening, ride the carousel, or simply hang out on the grass playing pétanque whilst soaking up the atmosphere.
If you're not at the Rockefeller Center for a live television screening, don't despair - visit the Top of the Rock Observation Deck. The vacations are a great time to visit as well, especially for the skating rink and famous giant Christmas tree.
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