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What you should know about Brooklyn

Effortlessly cool, knowingly sophisticated, and (at times) downright bizarre, Brooklyn is fast eclipsing Manhattan as the best-loved New York City borough with travelers in the know. Located just a stone’s throw from the heart of the action across the East River, and with a host of museums, parks, trendy stores, and eclectic markets, Brooklyn is a neighborhood that can truly offer tourists a diverse self-contained vacation as well as serving as an affordable base for those seeking the classic NYC holiday.

Hotels in Brooklyn


The abundance of hotels in downtown Brooklyn means there is an ideal place to stay for any traveler. For the real boho experience, go for one of the more affordable hotels in the center of Brooklyn like Lefferts Manor, The Missing Lantern, or the Sofia Inn. These establishments, with their quirky rooms and brownstone façades typical of the borough’s famed architecture, exude a quintessentially Brooklyn vibe. Keep an eye out for deals on luxury Brooklyn hotels like The NY Marriott to embrace Brooklyn’s more exclusive side, allowing you to indulge a little without breaking the bank.

Things to see in Brooklyn


Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn’s main shopping street, embodies the borough’s free-spirited energy like nowhere else. Stick to the stretch from S 5th Street to N 12th Street to see bohemian Brooklyn at its finest. Browse its on-trend stores while admiring the surrounding street art, ranging from mere stencil graffiti to entire installations laid out on the sidewalk. Nearby McCarren Park, a favorite relaxation spot for local families and tourists alike, is perfect for a lunchtime picnic. If you’re up for bargain hunting, head to the Williamsburg flea market on a Sunday to see locals hawking everything from quirky knick-knacks and retro threads to rare collectibles and high-end antiques. Finally, New York sightseeing is never complete without a look at the iconic Brooklyn Bridge—but wait until night-time before heading to Brooklyn Bridge Park and admiring this feat of architecture against the stunning backdrop of the illuminated Manhattan skyline.

Good for art and music lovers


Brooklyn is the undisputed home of New York’s thriving art and music scenes. Williamsburg’s independent record stores are sure to delight vinyl enthusiasts, and with countless downtown bars offering live music, running the gamut from contemporary jazz to metal, you might just see the Next Big Thing before they sell out to mainstream success! Art lovers won’t be disappointed either, as Brooklyn offers everything from edgy graffiti to sophisticated galleries like the Brooklyn Museum. And the famous brownstones, home to the best Brooklyn hotels as well as celebs too cool for Manhattan, will more than satisfy architecture buffs.

How to get to Brooklyn


Brooklyn can be reached easily from New York’s three airports. From JFK and Newark, passengers can hop on the AirTrain, changing at Jamaica Station (JFK) or Penn Station (Newark) for trains to Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue subway station. From LaGuardia, catch the Q70 bus to the Roosevelt Ave. subway, where you can ride into Manhattan and onto Brooklyn. Travel in Brooklyn itself is straightforward, with a dozen subway lines and stops on practically every corner. Explore downtown on foot to soak up the atmosphere of this hip neighborhood, or ride the subway to get to know the borough’s other districts.

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