As the most populous of the five New York City boroughs, Brooklyn should not be passed up for scene-stealing Manhattan. Known for its’ hip and diverse culture, there’s never a dull moment here. Brooklyn boasts parks, museums, markets, awesome views of the city, as well as its’ claim to fame, The Brooklyn Bridge. Gothic-style double arches and an infinite amount of crisscrossing steel cables make it an architectural masterpiece. Completed in 1883, the bridge is a symbol of not just Brooklyn, but all of New York City. Stroll the historic Brooklyn Heights Promenade and take it excellent views of Manhattan, The Brooklyn Bridge, and the East River. Prospect Park is 585-acres of sprawling greenery, wetlands, forests, playgrounds, ball fields, and jogging paths. Coney Island is a neighborhood that doubles as a seaside fun park. Ride the Cyclone rollercoaster and try some of New York City’s best hot dogs and pizza.
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