The City That Never Sleeps has no shortage of iconic landmarks and busy streets, home to more than 55 million annual visitors. Between Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, World Trade Center and everything in between, its no wonder why New York City is one of the most photographed places in the world. 

While the city is probably most well-known for its endless tourist attractions and probable celebrity run-ins, it houses five boroughs and countless districts that are perfect for shopping, eating and wandering aimlessly. Some of the city's can't-miss spots include The High Line, Top of the Rock Observatory, Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, and Central Park. Just to name a few.