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About Brooklyn

Across the East River from Manhattan and south of Queens sits the most populated borough of New York City: Brooklyn. This part of the city has a robust arts district, parks that rival Central Park, and countless things to do for vacationers of all ages. Although the glitz of Manhattan might be the first thing that comes to mind when planning a trip to the Big Apple, rent the right Brooklyn vacation rental and you’ll quickly turn your trip from good to incredible. 

Climate

The weather in Brooklyn can vary day to day and especially season to season. Spring typically brings light winds and rain and sees temperatures with an average high of 60 degrees Fahrenheit. This time of year brings budding flowers and kicks off the start of parades, festivals, and free outdoor performances during the spring and summer months. In the summer, temperatures are often in the 80s and days are sunny. The fall brings cooler air and a need to pack layers for your trip. During the winter, expect cold temperatures and occasional snowy days. 

Neighborhoods

While numerous residential neighborhoods give Brooklyn its soul, New York City’s bustling borough has lots of unique neighborhoods to explore. 

  • Williamsburg: Considered one of the hippest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, it offers many unique boutiques, secondhand shops and has a hot late-night bar scene. It’s right on the water and boasts spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. 
  • Downtown: This tourist hot spot is chic, but it is family-friendly for shopping, historic churches, walks along the waterfront, some of the best views of Manhattan, and even better restaurants. It’s a bustling cultural district with much to see and do. Snag a brownstone as one of your first Downtown Brookline vacation rentals for a truly one-of-a-kind experience. 
  • Prospect Heights: A little quieter than Downtown, it has museums, gardens, and parks galore, as well as a main drag that’s perfect for strolling after a day at the museum. 
  • Bedford-Stuyvesant: Classic Brooklyn, this area is quintessential Americana with Victorian housing, magnificent residential architecture, and an impressive mix of old and new. 
  • Coney Island: This area hardly needs introducing. Home to historic attractions, beachfront, and the ever-famous Nathan’s, the neighborhood is the perfect place for families to spend a day in Brooklyn. 

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