The number of people traveling to Brooklyn is steadily increasing. It has become a favorite hotspot for both international and local tourists. Most people looking tour the United States will most often than not, have Brooklyn at the top of their list.
Brooklyn offers numerous attractions that can be enjoyed. From fantastic restaurants to amazing hangout joints and lush parks, below are some of the amazing places to visit the next time you tour this amazing city. Be sure to first check out condorny.com for a luxurious place to stay while in Brooklyn.
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Visit Coney Island
Since time immemorial, Coney Island has been known to be an entertainment spot for its dwellers. Unfortunately, the area was neglected after the second world war. However, things turned around with the development of Luna amusement park. The area was restored to its former glory and today, it is one of
New York’s most visited beaches
Make a point of traveling to Coney Island during summer as the list of activities to do are endless. From the wild mermaid parade to amazing music concerts, this is one place with unending possibilities of fun things to do.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Away from the hassle and bustle of city life, lies an amazing serene botanic garden. If you love a little peace and quiet, this is definitely the place for you.
The garden lies close to two other attractions; the Brooklyn Museum and the famous Prospect Park. It features thousands of flora that lies over 52 acres of an urban oasis. During spring, the garden hosts the Sakura Matsuri Festival. During the festival, participants also get a chance to marvel at nature as close to a hundred trees bloom along the Cherry Esplanade.
Additionally, lovers of nature could go a step further and visit the impressive Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden as well as the Shakespeare Garden.
Lying on 526 acres of land is Prospect Park, a cool place where you can go for a picnic with your friends and loved ones. It is a great place to relax and watch people go about their business.
The park has a zoo and a roller/ice skating center known as LeFrak center where kids would have a time of their life.
There is no vacation in Brooklyn without a visit to the Brooklyn Flea market. It is undeniably the best market in New York.
For people who love vintage items, the flea market has a wide variety of selection to choose from. Get yourself some soothing throwback records that you are not likely to find anywhere else, including in that vintage music store.
Do not forget to grab a bite of tantalizing delicacies in nearby restaurants.
If you are a foodie like me, you will definitely love Smorgasburg.
Smorgasburg is home to close to 100 food vendors selling scrumptious delicacies and snacks. If you love eating outside, in restaurants that sit by the waterfront or food joints on elevated rooftops, this is your go-to place.