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When you think of New York you might surprise yourself to realise that Brooklyn Borough is home to many of New York's most famous and must see places. If you're looking for spectacular views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge, hip and trendy neighbourhoods, food markets (Smorgasburg, The biggest in America), boutique shops, micro-breweries, the most famous Pizza's and Hot Dogs in all of New York, Boardwalks and Amusements Parks, you've come to the right place.

Brooklyn is awash with history and culture too and friendly neighbourhoods that are just perfect for walking around and exploring. We have a selection of the TOP THINGS to see in Brooklyn.

DUMBO, which stands for "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass", boasts a popular waterfront park 'Brooklyn Bridge Park' with spectacular views of Lower Manhattan, the East River, and the Brooklyn Bridge itself. Cobblestone streets remain remarkably well preserved from its past with renowned restaurants like the River Cafe and Grimaldi's Pizzeria only solidify DUMBO's reputation as a must-see Brooklyn neighbourhood on your visit.

Downtown Brooklyn isn't a big neighbourhood, but it certainly packs a punch. Home of Brooklyn Borough Hall, one of Brooklyn's oldest and most significant historic buildings, its cultural district, including The Theatre for a New Audience, the BRIC Arts Media House and the New York Transit Museum.

Sunset Park is one of Brooklyn's great unsung food destinations with a Chinatown that rival's the one in neighbouring Manhattan and it also has a large Spanish population offering excellent and very affordable delicacies. Head to the very top of Sunset Park for incredible views of the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan.

Williamsburg, once a neighbourhood dominated by factory buildings, is now one of the hippest destinations in Brooklyn. 'Smorgasburg' The Woodstock of eating is a huge attraction. It is the largest weekly open-air food market in America attracting over 20,000 people each weekend with 100+ vendors, open every Saturday in Williamsburg or Sundays in Prospect Park between April-October.

Brighton Beach, just east of Coney Island, better known as the "Little Russia" of New York City, this is a wonderful cultural experience of grocery stores, restaurants, boutiques and with a more relaxed waterfront and boardwalk than the more bustling boardwalk that runs through Coney Island. A New York attraction since the 1870's, Coney Island comes to life in Summer with amusements at Luna, the beach, a packed boardwalk, and of course, Nathan's famous hot dogs.

This neighbourhood is perfect for a day trip. Thinking of New York - 'You have to think Brooklyn'

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