There is no question about it - when you want to satisfy your hunger for shopping, there is no better place to do it than in New York City’s Fifth Avenue. Fifth Avenue is strategically-located in the crossroads of Midtown Manhattan, between 49th Street and 60th Street. It has been nicknamed as the world’s most expensive street. This fact was confirmed by Forbes magazine in 2008 via a survey. On top of bringing New York City visitors, who come to the city in their NYC rented charter buses, a whole host of malls and top class retail outlets, Fifth Avenue is also home to extraordinary museums,businesses and historical landmarks which reflects the city’s rich history and vision of the future.
Strolling and observing along Fifth Avenue
Shopping isn’t the only thing you can do along Fifth Avenue, strolling along and observing the peoplearound the area is great thing to do too. It is, after all, an iconic New York city landmark. Don’t miss the chance to stop by Breakfast at Tiffany, Central Park, New York Public Library, Rockefeller Centerand other historical attractions while you are there. Take note of the window decorations during festivities because these high end brands hold nothing back in terms of budgeting for window displays. They are sometimes considered works of art.
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