Wall Street is less than 10 blocks long, yet the influence and power of those New York blocks are felt all over the world. See the famous streets where the power players make the big decisions and celebrate billion-dollar deals. Hotels near Wall Street reflect the opulence of the surroundings, but don't necessarily have to carry a hefty price tag. Multiple NYC flights are available every day, so you can get to Wall Street whenever you want.
The highlights of Wall Street are easy to see on foot thanks to the short distance between them. You can easily walk from any of the hotels on Wall Street to anywhere in the Financial District you want to see. The New York Stock Exchange Headquarters at 11 Wall Street is a designated historical landmark, with a beautiful front facade that makes for a great photo and a perfect starting point. The iconic charging bull statue is waiting for you to visit him in Bowling Green Park, just two blocks south of the NYSE building. Zucotti Park, the home of the Occupy Wall Street protests and the Joie de Vivre sculpture, makes for a perfect place to stop for lunch and watch people from all walks of life go by. Not far from the park, near the corner of Broadway and Wall Street, you'll find Trinity Church. The church has existed in some form since the 1700s, with the current church structure in place since 1846.
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