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Where to stay in Bronx
3.5/5Good!(578 area reviews)
Noted for its historic sites and gardens, there's plenty to explore in West Bronx. Top attractions like Yankee Stadium and New York Botanical Gardens are major draws, and you can hop on the metro at Tremont Av. Station or 174 - 175 Sts. Station to see more of the city.
4/5Very Good!(117 area reviews)
The riverfront and architecture are just a few things visitors like about East Bronx. Van Cortlandt Park and Pelham Bay Park are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at Middletown Rd. Station or Westchester Sq. - E Tremont Av. Station to get around the larger area.
3.5/5Good!(21 area reviews)
The churches and coffeehouses are just a few things visitors like about Upper Manhattan. Central Park and Apollo Theater are worthwhile spots to check out, and you can hop on the metro at 145 St. Station (St. Nicholas Av.) or 145 St. Station (Broadway) to get around the larger area.
3/5(33 area reviews)
East Harlem is well-liked for its museums and riverfront. If you're hoping to get in some sightseeing, Central Park and Museum of the City of New York are top spots, and you can jump on the metro at 116 St. Station (Lexington Av.) or 110 St. Station (Lexington Av.) to get around.
When in Fordham and the surrounding area, you'll want to check out sights like New York Botanical Gardens or Bronx Park and hop on the metro to see more the city at Fordham Rd. Station (Grand Concourse) or Fordham Rd. Station (Jerome Av.).