Brooklyn, New York
One of the most populated areas in the nation is Brooklyn. But that also brings a huge diversity, a rich past, and a tonne of things to do.
The Brooklyn Bridge, a well-known New York City landmark that links Lower Manhattan with Brooklyn Heights, can be traversed by car, bicycle, or leisurely stroll.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
A relaxing spot with views of the busy New York port, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges.
A sizable collection of Egyptian antiquities, as well as African, European, and Japanese artefacts, are kept in the famed Brooklyn Museum.
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a 52-acre outdoor space close to Prospect Park, is a great place to get lost in nature while strolling through meticulously maintained gardens.
Park Slope, Crown Heights, and the Grand Army Plaza's Triumphal Arch serve as its starting point and perimeter, respectively.
Known for its carnival rides and great eats from Totonno's and Nathan's Famous, this sandy playground is just a subway ride away from Manhattan.
Visit MCU Park, the Brooklyn Cyclones' home field, to catch a glimpse of the future of America's pastime.
The new Barclays Center dominates downtown Brooklyn and is the NBA team's home court for the Brooklyn Nets.
This seasonal market, held on Saturdays under the Manhattan Bridge and on the second-floor patio of the Williamsburg Hotel.