Cities, New York

Celebrate Independence Day in New York | 4th of July

Celebrate Independence Day in New York on July 4. Independence Day is one of the most important days of the year in the United States. New Yorkers know how to celebrate this and if you are in New York on July 4, you should definitely not miss this. For New York, July 4 means that… Continue reading Celebrate Independence Day in New York | 4th of July

Cities, New York, Sightseeings

Ellis Island | New York

Ellis Island is known by many as an immigration island; the island served as a border post for millions of immigrants who came to the United States to realize their dreams. America was therefore "land of the free and home to the brave". The American Dream was for everyone, something that was not obvious in… Continue reading Ellis Island | New York

Cities, New York, Sightseeings

Brooklyn Bridge | New York

The Brooklyn Bridge was built between 1869 and 1883. The bridge was opened in May 1883. It was the first steel-built bridge in the world. The Brooklyn Bridge was the only connection between Manhattan and Brooklyn at that time. If you walk across the bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan, you have a beautiful view of… Continue reading Brooklyn Bridge | New York


SoHo | Manhattan | New York

SoHo in New York: it's one of the coolest-sounding neighborhoods, but did you know that it's actually just an abbreviation for South of Houston … Houston is a street that runs from East to West, just below where the streets get numbers. And SoHo is, indeed, south of that big street. At the end of… Continue reading SoHo | Manhattan | New York


Hell’s Kitchen | Manhattan | New York

Hell’s Kitchen in New York was a bad neighborhood, but nowadays it mainly distinguishes itself by many nice little bars and restaurants. Nobody in New York knows the exact story behind the name Hell’s Kitchen, but there are many interesting theories about it. The neighborhood is also called "Clinton" or "Midtown West". The latter name… Continue reading Hell’s Kitchen | Manhattan | New York

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Brooklyn | New York

Brooklyn is New York's most populous neighborhood, with more than 2.6 million inhabitants. The name, Brooklyn, comes from the Dutch town of Breukelen. Brooklyn is influenced by all kinds of cultures and nationalities, such as the Russian, Ukrainian, Italian, Porto Rican, Jewish, Jamaican and many, many others. Brooklyn seems a lot quieter and more relaxed… Continue reading Brooklyn | New York

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Staten Island | New York

Staten Island is one of the five boroughs of New York. Most visitors to will not have this district in their top 10 to explore extensively. Still, many visitors go on the free ferry from southern Manhattan to Staten Island to enjoy the Manhattan skyline. And upon arrival, they will probably immediately go back… Continue reading Staten Island | New York

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Queens | New York

Queens is one of the five boroughs of New York. Queens is located east of Manhattan and below Brooklyn. More than 2.3 million people live in Queens, making it the third largest borough in New York City. Queens is over 283 square kilometers in size and is therefore the largest city district in terms of… Continue reading Queens | New York

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The Bronx | New York

The Bronx has been one of New York's boroughs since 1874. It has slightly fewer inhabitants than Manhattan, but is almost twice as large at 109 km². The Bronx is located in the north of the city and is separated from Manhattan by the Harlem River. It is named after Jonas Bronck, born in Sweden,… Continue reading The Bronx | New York

Cities, New York, Sightseeings

Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum | New York

The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York is the only museum where visitors can admire a legendary aircraft carrier, the first space shuttle, the fastest planes and a submarine from the Cold War. The museum is very popular and welcomes no fewer than one million visitors a year. The Intrepid Museum is… Continue reading Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum | New York