Little Italy, in downtown Manhattan, attracts a multitude of tourists and is large hub of souvenir shops and traditional Italian restaurants. There are currently very few Italians in the neighborhood and it has merged with Chinatown. The neighborhood is filled with amazing graffiti, decorating almost every street corner. A visit to Freeman Alley is highly recommended, in addition to a pleasant stroll of the streets. Freeman Alley displays many creations covered with graffiti and street art created by artists from around the world. In addition to Little Italy, there are many creations related to The LISA Project NYC, which aims to attract a variety of graffiti artis to the neighborhood and to dedicated the neighborhood to remarkable murals.
Recommended streets in the neighborhood:
Troutman St. | St. Nicholas Ave. | Wyckoff Ave. | Mulberry St. | Canal St. | Broome St.
Below is a peek into a small portion of the neighborhoods graffiti collection – Highly recommended.
Scroll down to get a recommendation for a unique and free graffiti exhibition in the neighborhood.