New York consists of five boroughs, five districts: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island. Each of them has its own personality and visiting them during a city trip means truly experiencing the spirit of the metropolis.
In this post I want to talk to you about them, tell you who they are and what they have to offer: from the Empire State Building to Prospect Park, so that you can orient yourself to the best, then choosing based on the time available to you and your preferences. » Read more
Traveling to New York with budget low cost can be a real drama. The fact is that if we do not control the budget, can bring us disgust. But there is cheap stuff in New York. It’s more … there are a lot of experiences that we can live completely free!
Roosevelt Island cable car
Whether to implement that of “what matters is not the destination but the journey’, the cable car Roosevelt Island is the perfect example. In Roosevelt Island there is nothing to do, but the way to get on a cable car 70 that crosses the East Rivermore than 70 meters high, making the unique experience. So, you know, to see the Big Apple from the heights, you need not be left hundreds of dollars on a helicopter ride. The trip is free with MetroCard (card city transport) and costs the same as a single ticket for the bus or subway, if we do not have the card. » Read more
If you have the very great fortune to travel to New York this coming Easter, surely at some point you have consulted a map with the most famous city districts: Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Midtown … In each, every corner of New York, there are hundreds of places that are worth knowing. And besides, hundreds of dishes worth trying. Today I’ll show seven of the most popular districts of the city, ideal for visiting them at lunchtime. » Read more