Manhattan Street

If you are planning a trip to New York, do not the same as the majority of the tourists go to Times Square and already not leaving there because it gives them apprehension venturing into non-tourist neighborhoods. You don’t have to be like them. Simply spend a few moments in the distinctive neighborhoods of this multifaceted city, will enjoy much more sightseeing around New York. Take advantage of the excellent organization of the New York transport network and you’ll realize that it is very easy to go from one place to another without having to spend much money. Navigate through Manhattan is much easier than in most of the cities thanks to the urban plan that was adopted to create the city’s streets and avenues. In the neighborhoods North of 14th Street, Manhattan architects imposed a design quite strict and unconventional, paving the way and demolishing the existing buildings to create tracks straight and with ample space in virtually all workplaces. The area is made up of streets and numbered avenues that intersect each other at right angles.

Anyone who knows how to count to 100 you can scroll through the compact island. The streets of Manhattan are numbered and go from East to West. Thus, if found on 32nd Street and wants to go to 47th Street, he knows that you simply have to walk 15 blocks to the North. To go from 81st Street to 77th Street, just walk 4 blocks south. The exceptions to the rule (always to the South of 14th Street) are the financial district, Chinatown, Lower East Side, Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa. These southern neighborhoods of Manhattan were the first to populate it and composed a series of streets and alleys of different width with curves and nooks and crannies that sometimes give a full turn. Most of the trips to New York are passed around Manhattan, but public transport (metro, bus, ferry or the combination of the three) can take you to anywhere in the city that you want to view.