Manhattan - the heart of New York City

Spring in front of the Plaza Hotel in New York

Manhattan - where New York's heart beats

This island is just one of the neighborhoods of New York City. However, Manhattan most closely resembles what most New York imagines are. But would you have thought that New York would be one of the places for weddings away from home power? But that's not all. New York is great for a weekend on the town.

Manhattan is also divided into districts with their own character. Some of them are:

Lower Manhattan

This is the southern tip of Manhattan. It includes Battery Park, the Financial District as well as the World Trade Center and Wall Street.

Chinatown

Mostly Asians live in this neighborhood in Manhattan. Chinatown is also known for its restaurants, grocery stores, and souvenir shops.

Little Italy in south Manhattan

There are many restaurants in this part of Manhattan. Many of them offer specialties from the regions of Italy.

Greenwich Village

This Manhattan neighborhood is divided by Broadway into the East Village and West Village districts. On the one hand, the East Village is known for its punk rock bars, cafes and boutiques. The tree-lined streets of West Village, on the other hand, create the atmosphere of a small town in the middle of the big city. Jazz clubs and apartments are also typical of this neighborhood.

Tribeca

The triangle below Canal Street (TRIangle Below CAnal Street) was once an industrial area in Manhattan. However, the factories have now been converted into apartments and condominiums. There are also many restaurants here.

 

Carriage ride in Central Park
Carriage ride in Central Park

 

Soho

This area of ​​Manhattan with its cast iron architecture is home to art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. It also owes its name to its location south of Houston Street (SOth of Houston Street).

Midtown in downtown Manhattan

Midtown is the business and shopping center of New York City. Here is the Empire State Building. There are also Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is home to many prominent New Yorkers. The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum are also located here. The Upper East Side is also known for shopping and fine dining. It is located in northeast Manhattan.

Upper West Side

This part of Manhattan is home to both the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts and the American Museum of Natural History. Many musicians and artists call this quarter their home. The Upper West Side is also known for shopping and dining.

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Text Manhattan: © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline
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Manhattan - the heart of New York City

5 thoughts too "Manhattan - the heart of New York City"

  1. A nice summary of the most important neighborhoods of New York. Although I also find the neighborhoods outside Manhattan very worth seeing, Brooklyn for example.

    cordially
    Anna

    1. Yes, that's right, Anna. Through Brooklyn, I've always just driven through on the way to JFK airport. I have not seen much. New York simply offers a plethora of interesting places for which multiple trips are not enough.

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