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Neighborhood Highlights

by staff, 01/21/2014

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Winter in New York City always brings such thrills as a stroll though snow-covered Central Park and a skate around the ice at Rockefeller Center. But this February, there's another reason to be in the area: Super Bowl XLVIII—the National Football League's championship game and one of the world's biggest sporting events. Make the most of your visit by exploring neighborhoods all around the five boroughs. Whether you're looking for world-famous attractions, thrilling theatrical productions, restaurants that serve delicious fare, shops that sell one-of-a-kind items or sights that will last with you a lifetime, no matter what you love, you'll find it in NYC.


the bronx

The City's northernmost borough is the birthplace of hip-hop, home to the world-renowned Bronx Zoo and New York Yankees, and the place to go for authentic Italian fare. Also find Wave Hill, City Island and Van Cortlandt Park.



The City's most populous borough is home of the NBA Nets, eclectic shopping, fine dining, major cultural institutions and perhaps the trendiest neighborhoods in NYC.



Knicks, Rangers, Times Square, SoHo, Harlem, Central Park, the Empire State Building—there are so many reasons why Manhattan is where movies are made, stars are born, designers open up shop and millions of visitors arrive by plane, train, bus and boat to take in the borough's magic for themselves.



The City's largest borough—the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world—is home to the Mets, the US Open Tennis Championships, world-renowned museums and cuisine as varied as its residents.

Staten Island

staten island

A visit to the City's greenest borough begins with a free ride on the Staten Island Ferry, which departs from Whitehall Terminal in Lower Manhattan. During your trip, you'll enjoy sweeping views of the Lower Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty.


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