The Queens can satisfy nearly every taste. Foodies covet the Greek cuisine of Astoria and the authentic Asian food in Flushing; others admire the inventive art at Socrates Sculpture Park and the stunning flora at the Queens Botanical Garden. And surf is always up at Rockaway Beach.
Between its world-class nightlife and boundary-pushing cuisine, Brooklyn has earned an enviable reputation, there’s fun for all ages. Coney Island, Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum beckon. And everyone loves the views along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
The Bronx is packed with New York City history and culture. It’s where Babe Ruth became a baseball legend, where the sounds and styles of hip-hop were born and where you can feast on old-world classics in its own Little Italy.
From the bright lights of Broadway to the soaring elms of Central Park, Manhattan is an American icon. With the most recognizable skyline in the world, Manhattan is full of excitement for every kind of adventurer.
If you think you know Staten Island, think again. Staten Island is filled with historic attractions and beaches with amazing views. To get there, take the Staten Island Ferry for a free 25-minute voyage.