The Bronx is brimming with New York City culture and history. It's where Babe Ruth became a baseball hero, where hip-hop, sound and style were formed, and where you can eat old-world classics in its own Little Italy. Discover what makes the Bronx such an essential and vibrant section of New York City.
Brooklyn has an enviable reputation for its world-class nightlife and boundary-pushing food but make no mistake— there's fun for everyone. There's a lot to see and do in the City's most populated borough. Prospect Park, Coney Island, and the Brooklyn Museum are all nearby, as are some of the best New York-style pizzas in the city. And everyone enjoys the lovely vistas along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
Queens can cater to almost any taste. Foodies cover Astoria's Greek cuisine and Flushing's authentic Asian cuisine; others adore Socrates Sculpture Park and the Queens Botanical Garden's magnificent flora.
If you think you know Staten Island, think again. The southernmost borough of New York City is affluent, with historical sites, beaches with breathtaking vistas, and unique worldwide food options. Take the Staten Island Ferry for a free 25-minute ride with views of New York Harbor.
Manhattan is an American emblem, from the brilliant lights of Broadway to the tall elms of Central Park and beyond. With the world's most famous skyline, NYC's most visited borough has something for every type of traveler.