On my last 2 visits to the Big Apple, I have spent a lot of time wondering along a very unusual and amazing place. The High Line Park, one of NYC’s most recent jewels, is a hideaway that swirls through the massive architecture of Manhattan’s Westside from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street.
Beautiful architecture, colourful gardens, cool resting areas, and interesting people, make this a must see attraction while visiting New York City.
This urban oasis is the perfect example of what a great cosmopolitan city should be offering its citizens and visitors. It is gems like this that bring NYC above the rest.
If the weather is on your side, pick up some food, head over to the High Line, have a picnic, enjoy the great views of the city, have a coffee, and who knows, maybe you will meet someone and fall in love.
Photography and text by Diego Rojas