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High Line

Meatpacking District

in Manhattan - Meatpacking District

40.746635 -74.006895

Keywords: Neighborhood Stroll, Walk   See all and suggest more

84 Reviews

First reviewed by Catherine

  1. “beautiful, safe, tranquil”

    debra

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  2. “Great neighborhood and vibe.”

    leslie

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  3. “Nuevo sendero reacondicionado para caminar con buenas vistas por donde pasaba en otros tiempor el tren, subida por escaleras en la 16st y 9a”

    María Judith

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  4. “Beuatiful walk, feel out of the city somehom, right in the middle of it”

    Danny

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  5. “Beautiful and creative”

    Gail

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  6. “ハドソン川とマンハッタンの町並みを少し上から目線で眺めながらお散歩が出来ます。緑がたくさんあって気持ち良いです。”

    NAOKO

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  7. “The High Line is an elevated railroad track on the West Side of Manhattan that has been converted to a boardwalk and park. It starts at Gansevoort and ends at 30th Street. The High Line has a lovely and pleasant atmosphere with benches, lounge chairs, water fountains, artwork and gardens. It is a great place to walk around, lay out of splash around in (for you kids out there!) A newer addition to the High Line is called The Lot and resides under the bridge at 30th Street. There you can find gourmet food trucks (organized by Top Chef's Tom Colicchio) beer stands and picnic tables to enjoy the fare. They have also converted the outdoor space to host different events. This month it is an outdoor rollerskating rink! Fun!”

    The Nolitan Hotel

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  8. “This is the latest & coolest GREEN SPACE in the city.Located in Chelsea, the old rail line above the roads has been converted into a walkway w/ native plants & designer furniture. Locals are choosing to chill out with wine & picnic & just enjoy the green space in such a fab location.Summer "pop up" bars are spotted around here & on Chelsea Piers - it's just a fab place to be in the City in the Summer!!!”

    Melanie

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  9. “Absolutely stunning walkway from W30 to W12, with all sorts of impromptu stalls and exhibitions popping up along the way. There are several entrances from street level along the way, and a roller rink at the end. Perfect chillout place - take a book or newspaper and get comfy on one of the many benches. If you're lucky you'll grab a sunlounger, or a waterway bench where you can dip your feet!”

    Beth

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  10. “la promenade sur l'ancienne voie de chemin de fer qui reliait le MPD à la gare de la 33eme a permis de donner un nouveau visage à ce quartier. Il est encore plus moderne et arty notamment a travers les galeries de Chelsea vues du 2eme etage ! Des points d'eau, des bancs et des rafraichissements à partir de la 20eme sont la pour rassasier le promeneur et profiter de la vue sur l'Hudson; les Piers et Hobboken. La descente dans le hippster bobo MPD est du coup rude après cette pause urbaine.”

    Claire

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  11. “great way to see downtown manhattan”

    Alex

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  12. “Its been going years but still the best Japanese in Soho and very glitzy crowd.”

    David

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