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New York Tribeca
Tribeca neighborhood is located in Lower Manhattan, where many of New York’s attractions can be found. The neighborhood is known for its former industrial buildings, where many New Yorkers are living now in lofts. Some of Tribeca’s inhabitants are celebrities like Beyoncé, Mariah Carey and Robert De Niro (who is also the founder of the annual Tribeca Film Festival). As you might have guessed already, there are lots of things to do in Tribeca!
Things to do in Tribeca area
Tribeca is the short name for ‘Triangle below Canal Street’, and the neighborhood is bounded by this street and other streets, one of them is Broadway. This 24 km street stretches through Manhattan and the Bronx. Its section in Midtown is called Great White Way, and it is packed with theaters.
There are many things to do in Tribeca and its neighboring areas. There’s so many vibrant neighborhoods in Lower Manhattan like Chinatown, Soho and Little Italy! Tribeca is were you’ll find the Art Deco AT&T Long Lines building. You might want to visit the Hudson River Park, located on the bank of the Hudson River, and it extends south to Battery Park, another great park in the area. From the park you have a great view of the Empire State Building as well as many of New York’s skyscrapers. Tribeca has many restaurants and bars, but if you are looking for a unique culinary experience, we recommend you to take a tour in the colorful and magnificent Chinatown, and enjoy the many ethnic restaurants and quirky shops. The area is also home to some of Manhattan’s historic landmarks like the Church of Transfiguration.
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