If you want to feel the fresh breath of Atlantic ocean in New York, you should definitely come to the promenade of Brighton Beach – southern Brooklyn. Many ex-Soviets immigrated to Brighton Beach in the middle 1970s that the area became known as “Little Odessa” (after the Ukrainian city on the Black Sea). You can hear the Russian speech here, restaurants with the titles in Russian, so sometimes it looks like a part of Soviet Union.
Manhattan and Brooklyn are connected by the legendary Brooklyn bridge, where you can go by transport and walk as well, enjoying amazing views to the city, including the American symbol – Statue of Liberty.
Even if you are indifferent to the libraries, the Public library of New York along 5th Avenue – one of the largest in the world, is worth visiting, because its interior is really impressive. Here was filmed the movie “The Day after Tomorrow”, where the main characters were hiding from the flood, and later from abnormal icing.
5th Avenue is the most well-known, most fashionable and most expensive street in New-York City. Here are situated the world’s best fashion boutiques (Chanel, Gucci, Burberry, Prada, Armani, Louis Vuitton) and best hotels.
Central Park hides a lot of interesting, sometimes even legendary things. It is also home to a wide variety of inhabitants and is the center of vibrant events very often. We tried to plunge into the atmosphere of Central Park in order to understand what is so special about it. Why is it so famous as no other park in the world? And in this article we will answer to this question.