Crowded, loud, hectic and yet somehow unmissable, New York’s Times Square is one feature of Midtown Manhattan you’ll either love or loathe.
Swallow your pride, grab your camera and head down to Broadway - Times Square. This glitzy, neon-soaked strip – much despised by commuting locals – might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there is a magic to its mania and a rich heritage to boot. If the M&M store, MTV and big-brand billboards don’t do it for you, keep your eye out for public art installations. Otherwise you can try a walking tour of the area’s history and architecture, or slip into one of its many Broadway theatres.