Top 20 Little Italy, New York vacation rentals & luxury serviced apartments
Italian immigrants crowded into this pocket of lower Manhattan in the 1880s, creating a boisterous district of pizzerias, bakeries and ramshackle independent shops whose energy and identity still survives today. Mulberry Street, the main thoroughfare, hosts a hectic market at weekends, but the streets are alive with activity every day (and night) of the week and night. Guests who want somewhere calm and quiet to return to at the end the day might want to look elsewhere! It's certainly not Manhattan's most picturesque neighbourhood, but if you want to be centrally located and feel like you're in the midst of Downtown's hustle and bustle, it might be just the place.