Bayonne, NJ, USA

Bayonne, NJ, USA

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Down-to-earth Bayonne

With the grit of an East Coast port town, and the flair of a multicultural city just on the fringes of the Big Apple, Bayonne bursts into the waters between Newark Bay and Upper Bay. Its crisscrossing blocks are anchored on Broadway, where pretzel stands mingle with Italian pizza joints and antiques emporiums, while the old harbors are now a site for some striking memorials to the 9/11 attacks. Bayonne vacation rentals can also be a springboard for exploring the greater New York metro area, from uber-cool Hoboken to the bright lights of Times Square.

See Bayonne at your own pace

There's no pressure to get out there and check off the sights in Bayonne. If you want to, you can hop across to the heart of the Big Apple, take guided bus tours of Manhattan, picnic in Central Park, go cruising in the Upper Bay – the list goes on. If you don't, then that's fine too. The locals have their own line up of low-key pursuits. Ethnic restaurants mean plenty of chances to try your hand at oriental cooking, there are yoga studios for clicking the back, and there are cycling routes to take you across to New York State.

Bayonne is a well-located gem

It's Bayonne's location between the world-famous sights of Manhattan and Jersey City that really give it a place on the traveler's map. Just a short ride on the light rail from the doorstep of your Bayonne vacation rentals and you could be gawping at the Statue of Liberty in the Upper Bay, or bobbing across to Ellis Island to the see the historic collections there. Hoboken is also on the way, beckoning with its buzzing eateries, that fun Hoboken Fire Department Museum, and the famous Pier A views of NYC.

The month doesn't matter in Bayonne

Bayonne is all about immersing yourself in the gritty, local vibes of a port town within the NY metro area. That means there's never really any best time to come. You could bag Bayonne vacation rentals in the summer – between May and September – to get the best weather for strolling the parks of nearby Hoboken. Or, you could come in winter, when the December and January snows cover the Big Apple, and there's festive cheer in the restaurants from here to Broadway.

Bayonne pokes into Upper Bay

Bayonne really is surrounded on all sides by the urban tendrils of the New York metropolitan area. You can look west to see Newark Bay, dominated by docklands and airport runways. You can look east, where the wide Upper Bay stretches across to Brooklyn and Manhattan. South is the only direction where it's possible to get a little wilder. Hop across to Staten Island to discover the green meadows of Latourette Park, the wooded wetlands of Freshkills Park, and even the wide, orange-hued beaches of Great Kills Park.