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The Five Boroughs of New York City: Manhattan


Itís common knowledge that New York has boroughs - Queens, for example, used to be featured in a TV show; but Manhattan?  Thatís Wall Street and the site of the World Trade Center; thatís the Met Opera House and Central Park - that is New York City.


Manhattan is bordered on the north by the Bronx and Brooklyn, and Queens to the south.  It also shares a border with New Jersey via the Hudson River.  Manhattan is home to some of the highest-priced real estate in the world, so owning a vacation home here is out of the question for most people.  You can, however, snag a vacation rental here; vacation rental homes are often great alternatives to a hotel, and they can give you a sense of what it really might be like to live in the Big Apple.


So what can you do in Manhattan?  More than this page can recount.  Hereís a quick list of the highlights:


Ÿ  Battery Park and Battery & Clinton National Monument

Ÿ  Central Park

Ÿ  Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Guggenheim Museum, and the Whitney Art Museum

Ÿ  Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center, Broadway, and Off-Broadway Theatres

Ÿ  The September 11 memorial on the site of the former Twin Towers

Ÿ  Visit iconic neighborhoods, such as Little Italy

Ÿ Watch the Knicks or Rangers play (or watch a concert) at Madison Square Gardens