Midtown West is characterised by its imposing two-towered buildings soaring above the canopy of trees lining the West Side of Central Park, an abundance of green space, the limelights of Broadway and the neon lights of Times Square. Three weeks after Times Square’s very own Subway Station opened in April 1904, the first electrified advertisement appeared. In the 20’s the buzz of bulbs lit the square and for a moment this place felt like the top of the world. Today, though bulbs have largely been replaced with HD screens; Times Square is a sight to behold. In winter visit the Rockefeller’s enormous Christmas tree and famous ice-rink. In summer, wake-up early (or even camp over-night) to get your free tickets to see Shakespeare performed under the stars at the stunning Delacorte Theatre in Central Park. Do as the West-siders do and indulge at any of the excellent brunch bistros that satisfy hungry crowds long after lunch.
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