A famously gritty and art-fueled neighborhood of the 1970s and 1980s, it is now one NYC’s prime shopping districts.
We’ll begin the tour in historic SoHo and stroll along the cobblestone streets surrounded by the characteristic wrought iron buildings of the 1850s.
Directly across the East River from Manhattan, this historic residential neighborhood features cobble-stoned treelined streets with a picturesque promenade and a stunning view of Manhattan.
Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, is one of the oldest cable-stayed/suspension bridges in the world. This designated landmark offers spectacular cityscape views and makes for an inspiring photographic backdrop.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn Bridge Park is an 85-acre green space on the Brooklyn side of the East River. The Park has revitalized over 1.3 miles of Brooklyn’s Post-Industrial waterfront. The stunning views of Lower Manhattan will take your breath away.
(Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass)
DUMBO is a unique border region between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Sandwiched between the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, you’ll see the intermingling of Brooklyn and Manhattan characteristics along the exposed Belgian block streets. Historically a ferry landing filled with industrial and warehouse buildings, DUMBO is now home to a number of art galleries and technology startups.