The Big Apple is known for its grid-like streets, towering skyscrapers, the hustle and bustle of pedestrians, the endless sea of yellow cabs, and both great shopping and great food! From dumplings in Chinatown to handcrafted jewellery in Greenwich, there is something for everyone. What makes this city great is its unique and diverse neighbourhoods. Similar to Toronto, NYC is a collection of small cultural centres that together make the whole of the city. Over the next few weeks we’ll look at some of these neighbourhoods to find those hidden gems and popular attractions
At Brightspark we love good food. I love food so much that I find myself eating it at least three times a day! When I travel to a new destination, I set my targets on the the local cuisine and search for new delicious restaurants and street food to make our Brightspark itineraries tastier.