Chinatown, next to Little Italy, is one of New York’s most famous international neighborhoods. Walking through the streets beneath the fire escapes of 19th-century walk-ups, it is easy to get lost in the sights, sounds, and smells of the Chinese cuisines emerging from the restaurants and shops around you. It feels like you are walking in the past, as Chinatown has remained a traditional immigrant community. Prices here can seem affordable compared to other Manhattan neighborhoods. Canal Street is full of souvenir stores where negotiation is mandatory. Chinatown is served by multiple subway lines and borders neighborhoods like Soho and Lower East Side.
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