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Bushwick in New York
Many years ago, Brooklyn’s Bushwick district was known only as of the brewing center of the United States. There were 50 breweries in Bushwick as early as the late 1800s. This led to the creation of Brewers ‘Row, which you can find along Bushwick Avenue. There you can find the splendid houses of the brewery owners and other industrial moguls.
Flushing in Queens: Beautiful North Queens
The northern part of Queens is full of sights and is, therefore, a destination for one or two New York vacationers. Many of you probably know the scene from the comedy series “King of Queens” when Doug and Carrie sit in front of the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park or order ice cream in Queens most famous ice cream parlor, the Lemon Ice King.
NoHo
As one of the smallest neighborhoods in New York City, NoHo in…
Greenpoint Brooklyn
Williamsburg’s northern neighbor, Greenpoint, has a large Polish population and is just as hip and trendy as Williamsburg itself. Even if Greenpoint Brooklyn itself is quite small, there is a lot to see and discover.
Williamsburg New York
Williamsburg is New York’s hipster wonderland and not a dangerous area as many still think. Particularly popular with creative, artistic, freedom-loving residents of New York, the district is currently the focal point.
Park Slope Brooklyn & Prospect Heights: The Insider Guide
If you believe the cliché, Park Slope Brooklyn & Prospect Heights is the home of housewives in New York City. It’s one of the most perfect areas to raise kids in a big city like this one.
The Most Interesting Activities in Dumbo & Brooklyn Heights: Do not Miss Them
DUMBO is located in the northeast of Brooklyn, just across the river from Lower Manhattan and just to the north of Brooklyn Heights.
Scary Storm in New York
A record storm caused some severe flooding in New York. At least nine people were killed. Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks of the “greatest wake-up call we could get”.
Brooklyn Heights & Dumbo
The beautiful area in Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo is home to many wealthy families and businessmen. In this area, your trees lined streets, historical “Brownstone Houses”, stunning views of Lower Manhattan, and super stylish lofts in industrial quarters at the foot of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge. This mix gives this area in Brooklyn its special charm.
The Oculus at Ground Zero
In the nearly two decades since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, architects from around the world have worked hard to rebuild what previous times destroyed. Instead of recreating what once existed, many creative minds have chosen to come up with new designs. It shows respect for the earlier structures and especially those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks.
Things to Do in New York In the Rain
The weather in New York can be crazy and especially the rain in New York is tough. Monsoon-like showers are perfectly normal in New York.
Grand Central Terminal: Secrets, Tours, Markets
One of our favorite places in Grand Central Station is next to the dining area in the basement by the famous Oyster Bar. It is the Whispering Gallery or Whispering Wall.
Grand Central Terminal
Who does not know the famous Grand Central Station in the heart of Manhattan? As one of the largest train stations in the world, it is a symbol of the hustle and bustle of the city that never sleeps. In this insider guide, we show you which secrets the Grand Central Station in New York hides and what you absolutely have to see there.
The Chrysler Building in New York
The Chrysler Building is “only” the sixth tallest building in New York – for many architecture fans it is not only the most beautiful skyscraper in the city but even in the world. The Art Deco style facade and lace make the 1930s skyscraper really distinctive. Here you get all the information.
One World Observatory
The One World Trade Center at Ground Zero always gives everyone goosebumps anyway – 380 meters above Manhattan and in good weather conditions with 80 kilometers of visibility. It could only be a special experience and it was, despite the bad weather.
The History of Chinatown in New York
Located to the east of Manhattan, New York’s Chinatown covers two square miles bounded by the Lower East Side to the east, Little Italy to the north, Civic Center to the south, and Tribecca to the west, and they condense a population of 90 to 100 people, including Residents, merchants, and tourists.
Parks in Manhattan
New York is the city of extremes: huge skyscrapers, surrounded by 2 rivers, right by the sea, and yet there are many green spots. Sometimes very small and with a waterfall-like Paley Park in Midtown or huge like the popular Central Park, the green lung of Manhattan. The best parks in New York including our insider tips on what you should definitely do there and why you have to go there, you can find out here.
The Best Cafes & Restaurants in Central Park
When exploring Central Park in New York, sooner or later your stomach will definitely get in touch. In the middle of the nature of the huge park, you will quickly be tempted to have hot dogs or pretzels. 
The 8 Best Hotels in Central Park: Where to Stay During Your Trip
For many New York visitors, a hotel in Central Park is the ideal choice. The location is super central and right on the green lungs of the city. Above all, the view over the huge Central Park and the Manhattan skyline is simply fantastic.
The Guide to Governors Island in New York
The weather is nice in New York City and you want to escape the background noise and typical New York for a moment? Then a trip to Governors Island is just the thing for you.