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Da Bronx, not da broncs

How many here have been to NYC? Most of us, for sure. Now, how many have wandered over to saunter around The Bronx? How many have even heard of it? Probably not that many. If you’re one of the uninitiated, here’s a chance to see some of the “authentic” New York. Much like NYC, the Bronx is known for its vibrant cultural diversity, reflected in its neighborhoods, festivals, and culinary scene. This makes it a dynamic place to explore different cultures and cuisines. You feel like you’re in a completely different city, enough to make you think you’re in the wrong state. But no. You’re very much in the right state.

For example, history pops out of the sky when you visit Yankee Stadium. Home to the New York Yankees, this iconic stadium offers a chance to see a baseball game or take a tour to learn about its storied history. Or you can do both.

A further saunter will take you to Arthur Avenue: Known as the “Real Little Italy” of New York, this area is famous for its authentic Italian food, bakeries, and markets.

Finally, visit City Island: A small island with a quaint, seaside village vibe, known for its seafood restaurants, antique shops, and beautiful views. Better get started. Da Bronx is calling your name.

Our affiliate friends, Viator, have a variety of tours in NYC and The Bronx. Click here to book yours.

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