More than a quarter of New York City’s population is Latino, making up what might be the most diverse Latino representation of any city in the world. Communities across the five boroughs hail from all parts of Latin America—Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Colombia, Belize and so many more.
Thanks to both first-generation New Yorkers and those with a longstanding history, Latin American culture forms an integral part of the City’s fabric, seen in countless historic sites, arts institutions, music, restaurants, small businesses, parades and festivals.
Don’t miss the National Puerto Rican Day Parade which takes place in June where more than 80,000 Puerto Ricans march on Fifth Avenue from 44th to 79th Streets in Manhattan. This event welcomes around 2 million spectators every year with its energetic musical performances, floats and a host of Puerto Rican celebrities.
For more details on the Latino Experience and suggested itineraries please visit - https://www.nycgo.com/the-latino-experience-in-nyc
Posted by: NYC & Company
Posted on: 31/03/2022