Manhattan is an island in the mouth of the Hudson River, it’s one of the five boroughs that make up New York City. It’s seen as the main district of the city,  divided into three parts, Uptown, Midtown and Downtown.

The term Manhattan derives from Indians who originally inhabited the island and means "island of hills".

In this district are the most sought after...

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The district of Queens is the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. With a population of 3 million residents, it is the second most populated districts in New York City. The popular neighborhoods to visit in Queens include Astoria, Jackson Heights, Long Island City, Flushing, Jamaica, and the famous Rockaway Beach, which sits only 30 minutes from Manhattan. The two biggest...

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This is one of the five boroughs that make New York City.

Despite the union with New York in 1898, Brooklyn maintains a strong identity. It has been called the City of Houses. The district is connected to Manhattan by three bridges: Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and Williamsburg Bridge.                              ...

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The Bronx

The Bronx is one of the five boroughs of New York. It’s separated from Manhattan by the Harlem River and is the only one of five that is not on an island. As for culture, we can say that is the birthplace of rap and hip hop, jazz evolved. Its population is multicultural so is said that more than 70 different languages are spoken, although English and Spanish prevail over the rest.


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Staten Island

Although it is easy to get there by car, the best known, free and with the best view  route is the ferry, it lasts 25 minutes and is a great opportunity to take pictures of the Statue of Liberty and New York in general. Now St. George terminal has, from floor to ceiling, glass for panoramic views of the harbor and the incoming ferries, once in the island, the terminal is a gateway to many...

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