The Brooklyn Bridge straddles the East River and connects Manhattan and Brooklyn. Designed by John Roebling, a German immigrant, and his son Washington, who succeeded him, the 1,834-meter-long suspension bridge was completed in 1883. The bridge has been renovated many times since its completion, but it still retains its beautiful appearance, combining the massiveness of stone construction with the delicacy of wire. The bridge can be crossed on foot, and from the base of the bridge on the Brooklyn side, you can enjoy an impressive view of the skyscrapers.
The Manhattan area occupies the center of New York City, the largest city in the United States, facing the Atlantic Ocean. The long, narrow island stretching from north to south is crowded with world-famous landmarks such as the iconic skyscrapers, Central Park, Times Square, and Broadway. The beauty of the streets, which are laid out in a regular grid pattern, and the variety of faces in each area are also attractive. Visitors can enjoy a variety of trips according to their favorite themes, such as architecture, art, and sports.