Central Park and Bryant Park is both for different reasons my favourite relax zones in New York. But the high line gives a park in the middle of the city a whole new definition. In my opinion probably one of the most positive changes to Manhattan in the last decade. These historical abandoned railway tracks have been restored to be an elevated park that runs over Manhattan’s West Side. It runs from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street, between 10th and 12th Avenues.
You can catch view of the Hudson from here & also a crazy view of New York Traffic.
The high line is not only loved by tourist but locals also enjoy a Break in this very creative and artistic Park. Wether you take in the fresh CO2 the park provides or lie and soak up the sun. It’s a must do & a nice break from the Crazy Streets of Manhattan.
Buy an Ice Cream and get up there , enjoy the calmness , the view and the art. Try & go on a Week Day weekends are usually more crowded.