Is Greenwich village worth a visit in december
oh yes of course
Any where in particular
for what exactly?
I like the live music at cafewha?, red lion and terra blues
Is that what you had in mind?
Just walking around up and down the streets near Wash Sq Park. Checking out the stores on and along the sides of Prince Street. Shopping on Broadway. Etc. It's a great 'hood to check out any time of the year.
Greenwich Village is a neighborhood, not a attraction or a museum. The area has a lot of nice architecture, much of it fairly low-rise, with many brownstones and townhouses. It's residential, but there are also many shops, restaurants, and bars. In addition to Washington Square Park, there are several smaller 'pocket parks' and squares. It's a lovely and interesting neighborhood to visit any month of the year.
As others have mentioned. Of course it's worth it. I stayed in the Village for 7 nights recently and loved it.
It is a great neighborhood to explore for a day. Lots of streets to explore and plenty shopping, cafe, bar and restaurant options. The Washington Square Park is lovely and always a buzz with locals and tourists hanging out as well as street performers.Edited: 05 September 2013, 23:49
Greenwich Village is sort of three different neighborhoods. All of which are worth visiting. Do not look for specific attractions here. The best way to visit is just to wander around and be spontaneous. Lots of great places to stop and eat, drink or simply people watch.
The West Village is more genteel and gayer. Streets come out at crazy angles which makes it sort of disorienting and fun to walk in. Beautiful architecture and lots of good neighborhood feel.
The Center Village is from 6th Ave to Broadway. This is an area which consists of larger apartment buildings, larger commercial enterprises and NYC. It is where Washington Square Park is.
can you tell me if you would recommend where you stayed? I just need a place for one night 2/22/14 preferable under 300. Thanks