Nick Herle Launches New Travel Guide Website for New York City
Individuals who wish to learn more about all that the Big Apple has to offer can now take advantage of a new online resource—a blog microsite created by New York City aficionado Nick Herle.
Sarasota, FL (PRUnderground) September 18th, 2020
The travel guide site can be accessed at http://www.nickherletravelguide.com/. Herle, a tour guide based in New York, said he decided to create the site to show readers why New York City should be next on their bucket list. According to Herle, may people are itching to travel amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, and New York City has many exciting things to offer.
For instance, through the site, readers can learn about the city’s unparalleled architecture. Some of the best places to enjoy New York City’s engineering and architecture include the famous Chrysler Building, the city’s public library, and Grand Central Terminal. According to Herle, the central terminal is the world’s best one due to its immense size. In fact, many engineering and architecture experts have described it as being a small town.
The new blog site offers several other helpful pointers for those interested in rendezvousing around the Big Apple as well. For instance, readers can discover how best to use the city’s subway system, as well as the best museums to visit. In addition, foodies can discover some of the best places to visit for the city’s finest foods. These include the likes of Rubirosa Ristorante for Italian food lovers, as well as Katz’s Delicatessen for those who enjoy hot sandwiches.
All in all, Nick Herle said he hopes the readers of his new site gain valuable insights into how to make their future trips to New York City rewarding on several levels. According to Herle, the site may also inspire those who have never been to the Big Apple to finally experience the allure of this City of Dreams for themselves.
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