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To enjoy views of the Manhattan skyline and have easy foot access to most of the borough's major attractions, stay in Brooklyn's downtown area. The borough's main tourism district, this area offers both luxurious accommodations for visitors wishing to splurge during their stay, as well as more economical lodgings for those traveling on a limited budget. If you don’t mind driving or taking the subway to most tourist sites, consider one of the neighborhoods outside Brooklyn's central area, such as Williamsburg or Prospect Park.
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  • The view from across the river is worth the trip! We enjoyed looking at all of the vendor's wares and finds. We bought a few things that would fit in our suitcases. The repurposed items and handmade t...  more »
  • Flea stuff, yes. But used baseballs are sold 3-5$ each. You can go to supermarket to buy two with 3$ and roll them in mud yourself. Some good stuff (artist made), but not so many good finds that you m...  more »
  • The Brooklyn flea has a variety of vendors...but we didn;t really come to shop. Just to gawk and the items available, do some people watching and have a quick but very tasty lunch. Of course it is cro...  more »
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  • Not really what I expected. I was on another flea two years ago which was much better. And if I wanted to get a pot full of rusty metals and some super antique furniture, I would rather go and ask my grandpa. Also it would probably be for free and would not cost a fortune as it was here.
  • I enjoyed perusing the stalls of vinatge, old trinkets, knick knacks and more. Its worth a visit especially if its a sunny day as the views over the Hudson are great. There are food stalls there too but it seems pricey for me but there are plenty of shops nearby too once you're done at the market! Its worth a visit if in the area.
  • If you are in the market for unique and quirky antiques and knickknacks, the Williamsburg flea market is the place for you. Taking place in the East River park on Sundays, the same place is occupied by the Smorgasburg on Saturdays. A wonderful way to spend a morning before exploring the area or to chill out after a late Saturday night by wandering through all the wares. Prices are a bit high, but some of the items are truly unique. When you get tired of the shopping, take a break on one of the park's benches or on the grass and enjoy the view of midtown.
  • It's a pure joke. The pathetic recyclers/scammers sell their rubbish as really fortune. Wake up from the big dream of NYC, kids.
  • There's plenty to love about this market by the waterfront. Great range of food trucks aside, there was a tonne of well-priced vintage furniture in excellent condition - everything from enamel signs to desks. You can also find handmade stationery, baby clothes, scented candles, old fashioned postcards and other goodies. You won't get a bargain here, but you will come away with something beautiful.