Greenwich Village

If you like mafia movies, you can not miss Little Italy, since here they filmed several scenes of the Godfather and other mafia films. Midtown prestigious Fifth Avenue divides the neighborhood of Midtown into two halves: the West and the East. Midtown East, which includes the fashionable Murray Hill district, is famous for its excellent shops, restaurants and fantastic places of interest. You may find that Rudy Giuliani can contribute to your knowledge. So if you are interested in purchasing at Hermes, a trip to the architectural wonder that is the Chrysler building or eat some sushi or a pizza before heading to MoMA, Midtown East is must-see among the neighborhoods of New York. Midtown West is the heart of New York in what refers to business, shopping, entertainment and tourism in the city. When you scroll through the Midtown West, be sure to visit the eclectic neighborhoods of Hell’s Kitchen and Clinton. Melting pot of cultures, races, religions and tastes: this neighborhood in New York will delight all who visit the Big Apple. Greenwich Village Broadway separates the neighborhood of Greenwich Village into two halves: East Village and West Village.

Without a doubt, this is the most artistic neighbourhood of New York. If attract you poetry readings, jazz bars, or punk rock, Greenwich Village will charm you. As It also hosts the University of New York, it has multitude of nightclubs of rock, places where take a pizza and a beer and coffee shops. Greenwich Village has something for all tastes. SoHo SoHo is the neighborhood more of New York fashion, famous for the magnificent art of their sidewalks, studios, galleries and artistic cafes. At night, the neighborhood comes alive and is full of vitality and color. Don’t miss a trip to one of the restaurants or trendy bars. Chelsea would like to visit one of the most beautiful neighborhoods of New York? Then go to the wealthy neighborhood of Chelsea in their next visit to the Big Apple.