A city that wouldn't even need introductions: New York a name, a guarantee. Immense city in which to get lost among high skyscrapers, narrow streets that are divided between luxurious shop windows and lively and busy areas H24, but also hidden and refined alleys that most of the time hide precious spots not to be missed. It is a city that offers everything, literally: there is no lack of greenery as there are so many luxurious parks where to take a break and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, but if you prefer a fresh sea breeze NYC also offers beaches and seaside resorts south of the city. And beyond nature, culture with historic sites of great value, museums and galleries, events throughout the year or sport as a fundamental part of the community or even the nightlife among clubs, restaurants and tourist attractions such as Broadway and, "last but not least" of course, shopping.
Orientation may seem an impossible undertaking, being a real state in itself, as vast as different and varied. In such an abundance of things to see, visit, discover it is advised to study the anatomy of the city well to know where to start the tour and above all to understand its essence.
New York City is made up of five districts, also called "villages" which are: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. While these last two are islands, Brooklyn and Queens are geographically part of Long Island. The Bronx instead, an eclectic "container" of the city of NY, is located further north. Bridges, tunnels and ferries; metros and buses, without forgetting the famous yellow taxis that color the whole city: these are the main means of transport that make traveling easier in this huge metropolis. Each village has hundreds of local and multi-ethnic communities inside; of the "worlds" completely to itself, thanks to which the city assumes a truly exclusive character.