Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs of New York City, and a culturally vibrant melting pot with a unique identity. Made legendary through the power of cinema, Brooklyn saw it's acclaim grow through the work of directors such as Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee.
It's singular energy has given rise to talented artists such as Woody Allen, Notorious B.I.G. and Jean Michel Basquiat, to mention only a few. Come walk across the celebrated Brooklyn Bridge and get lost among the historic brownstone houses which have become architectural touchstones of the city. Walk along the world-renowned Coney Island boardwalk and take in the view from the famous Wonder Wheel, or ramble through Williamsburg and find a hidden gem in one of it's many vintage clothing stores.
- Brooklyn Bridge: The best known bridge of New York and an unforgettable walk.
- Williamsburg/Bushwick: Artist's quarter chock full of bars, restaurants, thrift stores, art galleries...
- Downtown Brooklyn: Great place to go shopping for major clothing brands, especially sneakers!
- Brooklyn Promenade: Breathtaking panorama of Manhattan.
- Grimaldi's: Without a doubt the best pizza in Brooklyn!
- Coney Island: Historic amusement park and boardwalk along the beach.
- Fort Greene/Bedstuy: Neighborhoods filled with classic brownstones.
- Greenpoint: Polish quarter.
- West Indian Day Parade: The largest Caribbean festival in North America attended by millions of people every year.
- Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Library: A nexus of art, knowledge, science and architecture.
- Prospect Park: An immense and magnificent park in the heart of Brooklyn, free concerts and events in summertime...
- Williamsburg Bridge: A long bridge with one-of-a-kind views of Manhattan.
- Grand Army Plaza: A monument to the Union victory in the Civil War.
- Brighton Beach: Russian and Ukrainian neighborhood.