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Exploring Wall Street - Financial District

With its soaring skyscrapers, busy traffic, and throngs of fast-talking Wall Street executives, the Financial District is where New York City’s boisterous business personality truly comes to life. As well as being the backdrop to the world’s most important wheelings and dealings, this dynamic neighborhood boasts upscale restaurants and exclusive cocktail bars for closing after-work deals—and visitors with free time may be surprised by the sightseeing opportunities to be had right in the center of corporate America.

Accommodations near Wall Street - Financial District

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in New York is the The Allen House (sleeps 5), which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Deedee's Industrial Lofts in New York as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Wall Street - Financial District

- Battery Park

Battery Park is an oasis among the skycrapers of Wall Street. It is a cultural destination in the summer months, hosting outdoor music, theatre and dance performances. It is filled with sculptures, flower beds and fountains, locals and visitors come to bike, run, or simply relax and enjoy the gardens and harbor views.

- Trinity Church

Trinity church is a historic landmark of the FInancial District. It has been rebuilt three times; the current Trinity Church began construction in 1839 and was finished in 1846. You can come here and admire the original stained glass and sculpted bronze doors of this beautiful church.

Transportation near Wall Street - Financial District

Getting to your hotel in the Financial District is simplicity itself. Passengers arriving in JFK or Newark should catch the AirTrain to Howard Beach (JFK) or Penn Station (Newark), and then the A subway to Fulton St. From LaGuardia, hop on the Q70 bus to the Roosevelt Ave. subway, where you can ride into Lower Manhattan on the E train. Once there, the business hub of Manhattan is served by an array of metro lines, so getting around the Financial District is hassle-free and affordable. The compact neighborhood is also easily navigated on foot.

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