Where to see the perfect coastline and enjoy the ocean? Come to…
It’s always worth a visit: the city that is said to never sleep. In order not to get lost in the urban jungle, it is better to leave some things alone.
If you’re in New York at Easter, don’t miss these activities! Whether big or small, there should be something for everyone here. With the Easter season in New York comes more visitors than usual, but also great events that make Easter in New York even more exciting.
We love New York for its bar scene: the spectrum ranges from small, inconspicuous bars to design highlights, so there is something for everyone! You can find out here which bars, in our opinion, are the most beautiful in the whole city – they are spread across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Nothing beats delis in New York. These are not like the delicatessen shops or even delicatessen shops you can know from other countries. No, delis are simple, mostly offer relatively normal cuisine, such as sandwiches, burgers, bagels, and baked goods, very often have a small supermarket integrated and are mostly under Jewish management.
Brooklyn is becoming increasingly popular in New York. Especially with the tourists who were as we were several times in the city and want to discover new corners and neighborhoods.
An insider tip in the middle of the city of the cities? Yes, with the Ditmas Park New York belongs to the usual pictures. The neighborhood is a paradise.
New York is not just Times Square and Central Park. In any case, a visit to Brooklyn is also worthwhile. Here are tips for the multi-cultural quarter, which is still relatively undiscovered.
New York is not just the city of superlatives and the city of unlimited possibilities. Believe it or not, in the middle of the big city jungle and the honking yellow cabs there are some really very romantic locations that are particularly popular with couples.
He sits on garbage cans, scares young women, and inspires thousands of people on social media: In New York, a man dresses up as a rat and turns the street into a stage. He has a very simple reason for this.
2021 will be leaving us soon. Should we remind you about the most interesting articles that have been published on our website? Here everyone will find something interesting.
There are so many cool neighborhoods in New York that you don’t even know where to start! To make your choice a little easier, I’ve summarized our favorite hotspots in the Big Apple – you should definitely visit these parts of the city.
At this 1,600 km long road trip along the North Atlantic coast, their historic regions, villages, and some of the most famous US metropolises are experiencing.
The cosmopolitan city turned out to be a metropolis whose problems quickly overshadowed the glamorous side of the city.
As you know, we love the culinary variety in New York and are always happy to test the latest restaurants and food trends in the Big Apple for you. This time we feasted extensively through the Brooklyn district and nowhere are the best restaurants in Brooklyn for us.
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 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.
Are you looking for the best museum in Brooklyn? Then you have come to the right place – because we show you not only the most important museums in Brooklyn but also exhibitions, exhibitions, and galleries that are in this borough of New York. There are many good museums to choose from in Brooklyn.
You can never go to New York in your whole life, but you can’t help feeling the influence of New York culture. Everyone’s heard a lot about that “New York Bohemian” he’s famous for. Independent musicians, avant-garde artists, unemployed actors, radical writers, unthinkable freaks, and other New York City underground dwellers.