Manhattan is where you’ll find the most tours and attractions, and it is the most heavily frequented by tourists. It is composed of a number of distinct neighborhoods with unique offerings. For example, while Times Square is where you’ll find flashing neon signs, giant billboards, themed restaurants, Broadway shows and actors dressed up as colorful characters, SoHo is known for its excellent shopping offerings.
Brooklyn is the hipster capital of the world. Neighborhoods where at one time people wouldn’t even think of stepping foot into -- like Williamsburg and Bushwick -- are now littered with farm-to-table restaurants, craft cocktail bars, beautiful parks, art galleries, wineries, breweries, distilleries and venues offering fun things to do.
Visiting Queens is like traveling the world in one day, as it is the most ethnically diverse borough with over 170 languages spoken. One of the most interesting Queens neighborhoods is Jackson Heights, or Little India.