If you live in New York City and are looking for different things to do or if you are coming here and want to skip the traditional route, here are some tips for places that are worthwhile!
The Chinese-immigrant population of Flushing surpassed that of Manhattan’s Chinatown years ago. You will probably feel like you are not in New York City. Flushing is a cool and authentic area, with several things to do.
The quiet streets with cobblestones make you feel in a small country town. The area has restaurants and factories perfect for a day of tasting many delights. The most convenient and fast way to get to Red Hook is using Water Taxi or NYC Ferry.
it is a 172 acre island in the heart of New York Harbor and it is an amazing place for picnics, sports, and, why not, sightseeing. The view is privileged: you can see Manhattan’s skyline and even the Statue of Liberty.
Ok, Coney Island is kinda famous, but it is worth the mention! What makes the place special is the amusement park by the sea, with its iconic Ferris wheel, the environment, the vibe, the food. An unmissable thing to do in the spring/summer.
Visiting this place is to be transported to a small town with super beautiful landscapes and a great atmosphere - it's known as the Cape Cod of New York City. The island is super famous for its seafood restaurants and antique shops.
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