Best New York City-Little Poland holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in New York City-Little Poland
The neighbourhood of Little Poland is the informal name given to an area of Greenpoint in Brooklyn, New York. The area got its name after it became a popular place to live amongst Polish immigrants during the early part of the 20th century. While the area is now far more multicultural, the name remains amongst locals, and there is still a selection of Polish stores, cafes and restaurants in the area. You can purchase kielbasa in the Polish butcher shops and babkas in the local Polish bakeries, so Poland is still very well represented in this residential neighbourhood of New York City. The 9flats website has a number of properties for rent in the area that will immerse you in this fascinating community.
Holiday Apartments in Little Poland Offer Secluded Luxury
This area of Brooklyn is predominantly residential, but it offers excellent access to the island of Manhattan. However, Little Poland and the surrounding districts still have a number of exciting attractions of their own. You’ll be able to relax in the serene surroundings of McCarren Park when the hustle and bustle of city life gets too much, or you could opt for a picnic in McGoldrick Park for a more secluded experience. Make sure you take the time to visit the USS Monitor monument in the park during your visit. Little Poland provides an excellent opportunity to base your visit to New York away from the worst of the crowds, and a holiday apartment in New York from 9flats will provide you with your very own secluded residence. Equipped with everything you’d expect from a modern home, your holiday crash-pad will also provide you with welcome relief from New York’s 8 million residents.
Holiday Accommodation in Little Poland That Allows You to Live as the Locals Do
One of the most striking aspects of Brooklyn and the Little Poland area is the architecture – quite different to that found on Manhattan Island. Well worth a closer look are the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, the Astral Apartments of Franklin Street and the Oliver Hazard Perry School on Norman Avenue – New York City’s oldest school. The local Polish community will often congregate at the Saint Stanislaus Kostka Roman Catholic Church, which is a great example of 19th-century architecture in the area. There is absolutely no doubting this area’s vibrancy and sense of community, and you can experience it for yourself by making holiday accommodation in Ridgewood from 9flats your home for the duration of your stay. Many of these properties are located in the real neighbourhoods of the city, and that will put you side-by-side with local people in their own communities.
Couchsurfing in Little Poland May Not Be the Only Way to Experience Local Life
The couchsurfing phenomenon gives people an affordable way to live amongst the local people of New York. However, the service delivered by 9flats goes a step further by adding a big slice of luxury to your stay. You also get the chance to have a holiday residence all to yourself – and there’s no need to share your personal space with strangers.