Ice skating in Central Park
In winter, the rollers are successfully replaced with skates. Ice skating is the first harbinger of the holiday season in new York. Many of the city's outdoor rinks start the season earlier and earlier every year. And now that it's really cold, it's time to learn spectacular pirouettes on the ice.
Citi Pond Bryant Park. The most favorite ice rink of new Yorkers, since entrance is free, and it is located in the heart of the city in Bryant Park, just a few blocks from Time Square, and right behind the building of the Central library. Skate rental $ 14.
The rink is a gift to the city from the city Bank, and every year pleases fans of winter sports with an excellent ice surface, music, and several cozy cafes surrounding the rink. Even those visitors who, for one reason or another, are not ready to get up on skates, will find something to do while their friends or children enjoy skating: there is a Christmas fair near the rink, where you can find Souvenirs, new year's gifts, and many interesting things from all over the world, at very reasonable prices. And also try Viennese waffles, drink cider, hot chocolate, buy caramel apples and many other Goodies. Even just for the sake of the fair, Bryant Park in winter is worth a visit.