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Soho and Tribeca is a pleasant neighborhood among vacationers. Soho is situated south of Houston Street, while Tribeca is bordered by the Broome and Barclay Streets west of Broadway. Here you will find open cafes, restaurants, museums and art galleries.

Jackson Heights is known as the popular immigrant neighborhood of the city. Take a stroll down the 74 th street where you will be greeted with a myriad of shops like the south Indian shops, jewelry stores, sari shops and eating joints. Comfort Inn and Airway Inn at La Guardia are the best hotels for vacationers.

Lower Manhattan includes the financial district comprising of Wall Street, City Hall and many government offices. Have a good time with your kids at Battery Park or get discounts on latest clothes and accessories at Century 21, an all-in-one store.

Lower East Side is home to most scintillating attractions, clubs, shops, museums and art galleries. Check out some of the popular Jewish landmarks such as the Angel Orenzantz Center, Yona Schimmel’s Knishes and Kossar’s Bialys.

East Village enthralls vacationers with its parks, museums and wide range of budget and luxury hotels. Saint Marks Hotel and Union Square Inn are the best bets for family vacationers and leisure hunters.

 

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