The Boroughs of New York

Discover New York’s diverse neighbourhoods

Stroll through the various boroughs; including Manhattan and East Village, perfect for seeing all sides of the Big Apple. New York is a melting pot of cultures, many of which congregate around diverse neighbourhoods.

Across the East Rive from Manhattan, The Bronx has a unique vitality, encompassing Little Italy and Little Ireland. This is where you'll find the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the iconic Yankee Stadium, Prospect Park and Coney Island Amusemnet Park. Brooklyn is mostly residential, but also features Brooklyn Bridge, the cute brownstones of Brooklyn Heights and an assortment of restaurants and cafes.

Despite being the smallest borough, Manhattan is perhaps New York's most popular and well known. It's packed with unforgettable sights, landmarks and attractions include Times Square, the East Village and Greenwich Village. Greenwich Village is renowed for its relaxed and bohemian atmosphere thriving with restaurants and bars not be be missed. You will fine more locals in Greenwich Village and less tourists so shhhhh, don't tell anyone but just go down there yourself.

Queens is where you go to eat: burritos in Corona, pasta in Long Island City, falafel in Astoria; you won't go hungry. Finally, Staten Island is a small suburban community connected to Manhattan by the free Staten Island ferry. The ferry meanders past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, offering sweeping views of the stunning Manhattan skyline.