When I go walking is not a bad place to take a walk along the side of the water. And seeing spots from the east river and some. Nice looks of the real. Old brooklyn look. But can say it worth a trip from any...More
About Brooklyn Heights
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Brooklyn Heights is one of the best neighborhoods in all of NYC. Spend a day getting lost on tree lined streets among beautiful brownstones - it's time well spent.
Brooklyn heights is home to a playground that is named in honor of the singer and songwriter Harry Chapin who wrote Cats in cradle. It's also home to the Brooklyn promenade. 70 willow street, Truman capote home. Henry ward beacher statue at Plymouth church and...More
This is perhaps the most historic and expensive part of Brooklyn. A lot of elegant houses and apartment buildings with clean and tidy streets. Nice for a stroll.
Walking around here gives you a feeling of being in the upscale trendy neighborhood. The tree lined avenues and the home to the wealthy with great churches here will,please you . To experience the true character , flavors , colors of this place you need...More
Visit Brooklyn Heights to get a sense of the middle and upper class Brownstone Brooklyn. Walk around the streets, see where people live, visit the promenade to get the best views of lower Manhattan and the harbor. Enjoy the ambience. And then, and this is...More
... Brooklyn Heights is an upper class, rather expensive residential neighborhood within the New York City borough of Brooklyn. Originally referred to as Brooklyn Village, it has been a prominent and rather pretty area of Brooklyn since 1834. It is known for its low-rise architecture...More
This is a pretty, peaceful and characteristic neighborhood, if you cross Brooklyn Bridge it can be nice to go for a walk here (even if there is nothing particular to see or to do), far from the confusion of NYC, to see another side of...More
All houses are so cute, and environment is quite and friendly. Had a chat with a kind woman, actally Danish, living here for 20 years.