Queens Travel Guide – See, Do, Stay & Eat

Queens Travel Guide – Where to stay, eat and drink, and what to do in the New York City Borough of Queens.

In December 2022, I was lucky to join a group press trip to Queens organised by United Airlines and NYC & Company. But what is a press trip? I hear you ask. Well, you can find more info here if you’re curious. During the journey, everything, like flights, where I stayed, what I did, and what I ate, was taken care of by United Airlines and NYC & Company. 

As a travel writer, this was a fantastic chance to explore Queens, so I can share all the cool stuff about it with you—why you should go there and how to plan your visit.

For you, the reader of this Queens travel guide, it’s important to know that I didn’t have to worry about the costs, as United Airlines and NYC & Company paid for everything for me. So, my trip was smooth sailing and a lot of fun. My job is to write this article honestly, ensuring I don’t show any favouritism and giving you the real scoop on my trip.

In short, my adventure shows how United Airlines and NYC & Company want to show off Queens. However, as I write this article, I promise to be truthful about what I experienced so you can get a clear picture.

Open Letter to NYC

“Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, and Staten

From the Battery to the top of Manhattan

Asian, Middle Eastern and Latin

Black, White, New York, you make it happen.”

For me, the Beastie Boys’ song “Open Letter to NYC” perfectly encapsulates New York City due to its nostalgic and authentic portrayal of the city’s vibrant culture, diversity, and the personal connection the band has with the place they call home. The song highlights the city’s rich cultural diversity and inclusivity, paying homage to the city’s neighbourhoods, people, and various cultures, emphasising the unity that arises from this diversity.

The diversity of Queens, NYC

The borough of Queens is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. Some 47 per cent of residents were born outside of the USA. Not only that, but Queens is the most linguistically diverse place on Earth. There are as many as 800 languages spoken in New York City, and nowhere in the world has more than Queens, according to the Endangered Language Alliance (ELA). So, if you know me and my love of different cultures, you can probably guess that I loved my trip to Queens.

Queens, often called the “World’s Borough”, epitomises the global mosaic that New York City is renowned for. This borough doesn’t merely embrace diversity—it thrives on it. From the bustling streets of Flushing, where you’ll find authentic Chinese markets and places to eat, to the historic charm of Astoria, rich with Greek and Albanian heritage and vibrant energy, Queens beckons visitors to embark on an international odyssey without leaving the city limits.

Nestled between Manhattan and Brooklyn, Queens is the largest New York City borough by area. It is the second-most populous of the five New York City boroughs. If Queens were its own city, it would be the fourth most populous in the U.S. after New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago. 

Why should you visit Queens?

But why should you visit Queens? Well, if you love the energy of Manhatten but would like a more diverse and somewhat more authentic experience away from the throngs of tourists, Queens offers that. In my opinion, Queens is more vibrant and offers a richer cultural experience than Manhattan. I say this as someone who lived in Greenpoint in Brooklyn, worked in Manhattan, and visited NYC as a tourist numerous times during the last two decades. But you should go and make up your own mind. You can easily combine a trip to Queens with a stay in Manhattan, or you could do as I did and base yourself in Queens and visit Manhattan as a day trip. 

But first, the practical details of this Queens Travel Guide

On my trip, I flew with United Airlines to Newark Airport. I flew in United’s Polaris Class, the airline’s Business Class cabin. It was a great way to kick off my birthday! If you want to learn more about flying from Dublin to New York with United Airlines, listen to my Talk Travel radio show episode featuring Martina Coogan, Head of Corporate Sales U.K. and Ireland with United Airlines.

You can look at United Airlines’ Polaris Cabin on my Instagram highlight, New York.

Though there are direct flights from Dublin, there are more convenient airports to reach Queens than Newark. However, we had a private chauffeur airport transfer service with Blacklane, which turned into a wonderful sightseeing tour of Manhattan. 

How to get to Queens from various New York City airports:

Newark Airport to Queens

Getting from Newark to Queens involves crossing from New Jersey into New York. Here’s a general guide on how to do this using public transportation:

Using public transportation

Newark Airport to Penn Station (Manhattan)

Take the AirTrain Newark to Newark Liberty International Airport Station.

Transfer to an N.J. Transit or Amtrak train to reach New York Penn Station in Manhattan.

Penn Station (Manhattan) to Queens

From Penn Station, take the subway. The most common subway lines are the A, E, or C lines, which run through Manhattan into Queens. Choose a line that takes you closest to your destination in Queens.

Airport shuttle services

You can take a shared airport shuttle service or a taxi from Newark Liberty International Airport directly to your destination in Queens. Make sure to check the available shuttle services and fares in advance.

Ride-sharing apps

You can also use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Lyft from Newark Airport to Queens. Simply request a ride and input your destination in Queens.

JFK Airport to Queens

Getting from JFK Airport to Queens is relatively straightforward, as JFK Airport is in Queens. Here’s how you can do it:

Using public transportation

After arriving at JFK Airport, follow the signs to the AirTrain JFK. The AirTrain JFK is a monorail system that connects all terminals at the airport. The AirTrain is free within the airport and links to the nearby subway and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) stations.


The AirTrain JFK connects to the Jamaica Station. From there, you can transfer to the subway. The E, J, and Z subway lines run from Jamaica to various parts of Queens, including neighbourhoods like Jamaica, Forest Hills, and Kew Gardens.

Ride-sharing apps

You can use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Lyft to get from JFK Airport to your destination within Queens. Simply request a ride and input your destination.


You can easily find yellow taxis at the designated taxi stands outside the airport terminals. Taxis provide a convenient option to travel to different neighbourhoods in Queens.

Using airport shuttle services

Some shuttle services operate between JFK Airport and various destinations in Queens. These can be cost-effective if you travel with a group or have a lot of luggage.

LaGuardia Airport to Queens

LaGuardia Airport is also located in the borough of Queens, so getting from LaGuardia to various parts of Queens is relatively straightforward. Here’s how you can do it:

Using public transportation

Several public bus routes serve LaGuardia Airport and take you to different parts of Queens. You can find the M60-SBS bus, which connects the airport to Manhattan and Queens. Additionally, other local buses can take you to neighbourhoods within Queens.


While there is no direct subway connection to LaGuardia Airport, you can take a bus from the airport to a subway station. For example, the M60-SBS bus connects to the N, W, and 7 subway lines at the Astoria Blvd station.

Ride-sharing apps

You can use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Lyft to get from LaGuardia Airport to your destination within Queens. Simply request a ride and input your destination.


You can find yellow taxis outside the airport terminals at the designated taxi stands. Taxis provide a convenient option to travel to different neighbourhoods in Queens.

Airport shuttle services

Some shuttle services operate between LaGuardia Airport and various destinations in Queens. These can be cost-effective if you travel with a group or have a lot of luggage.

A personal tip

Apart from this press trip, this is the first time I have used a shuttle service, taxi, or ride-sharing app to get from any airport to any destination in New York. I have only ever used public transport. There are a few reasons for this. One, it is always the cheaper option. Two, it is almost always the fastest option. It is a great way to immediately get into the vibe and spirit of exploring New York like a local. However, using public transport from the airports, use a backpack or rucksack instead of a wheelie suitcase. It will make getting around the stations and up and down the stairs much more manageable. Trust me, you will thank me if you follow this advice.

Getting around Queens

As for getting around Queens, we walked everywhere and took the subway. New Yorkers love to walk! Almost as much as Irish people. It is a fantastic way to get to know your surroundings.

Worried about data and needing Wi-Fi? Use Google Maps on your phone and download the map of Queens for offline use. This way, you can confidently explore the borough without worrying about staying connected. Or, you can buy an e-sim. I use Airalo to buy all my e-sim. (FYI, none of the links on my website are Affiliate Links).

You can also buy a metro card to use on the subway system or tap and pay as you go with your debit card. Very handy. If you are unsure about using the New York subway, don’t be; it is one of the best and easiest subways to understand and navigate. However, be extra prepared by downloading the MYmta app (on iPhone and Android) for trip planning, maps, arrival times, real-time service status, station information, and more.

How to get from Queens to Midtown Manhattan

The subway is the fastest and most convenient way from Queens to Midtown Manhattan. Several subway lines run between Queens and Midtown Manhattan, including the 7, E, and N trains. The 7 train is the fastest option, running directly to Times Square. The E and N trains also run to Times Square but make more stops. If you stay in west Queens, the subway ride is less than ten minutes to reach Manhattan.

Where to stay in Queens

If you want easy access to Manhattan, three of the most popular neighbourhoods in western Queens for those commuting to Manhattan are Astoria, Long Island City (LIC), and Jackson Heights. They are all a short subway ride to Midtown. Astoria and LIC are just across the East River from Midtown and the Upper East Side. 

Queens offers diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods that are great options for tourists looking to stay in the borough.

Here are some of the best areas for tourists to consider when choosing accommodations in Queens:

Long Island City (LIC): Long Island City is a popular choice due to its proximity to Manhattan, modern amenities, and stunning city skyline views. It offers a range of boutique hotels, luxury accommodations, and budget-friendly options. LIC is also known for its arts scene, waterfront parks, and easy access to museums and galleries.

Astoria: Astoria is another fantastic neighbourhood known for its diverse food scene, with numerous restaurants offering cuisine from around the world. This area is excellent for those who want a more local experience while still being well-connected to Manhattan via the subway.

Flushing: Flushing is a hub of cultural diversity and offers a wide range of Asian cuisine, bustling markets, and shopping centres. It’s a convenient area for those exploring cultural attractions like the Flushing Meadows Corona Park and the Queens Botanical Garden.

Jackson Heights: Jackson Heights is renowned for its rich Latin American culture, offering authentic food, music, and markets. It’s a lively and vibrant neighbourhood that provides a unique cultural experience.

Forest Hills: Forest Hills is known for its relaxed atmosphere, tree-lined streets, and historic architecture. It’s a more residential area with a charming village-like vibe, and it offers easy access to Flushing Meadows Corona Park and the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Jamaica: Jamaica offers a mix of accommodations and is conveniently located near transportation hubs, including the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and the AirTrain to JFK Airport.

When choosing an area to stay in Queens, consider factors like proximity to attractions, transportation options, dining and entertainment choices, and the overall atmosphere you’re looking for. Each neighbourhood has a unique character and advantages, ensuring you can find the perfect spot to make the most of your time in Queens.

Flushing Chinatown

I stayed in Flushing in north-central Queens. Flushing is famous for its Chinatown. The Flushing Chinatown is home to over 30,000 individuals born in China alone. It is the largest Chinatown by this metric outside Asia and one of the largest and fastest-growing Chinatowns in the world. It is the best place to stay to celebrate the Lunar New Year in New York.

Queens hotel recommendation

I stayed in the Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel at Tangram, right in the heart of Chinatown. This 4-star hotel is part of the Marriott Hotels chain in the Tangram Building. The hotel has 208 rooms and suites with modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and minibars. The hotel also has a fitness centre, a business centre, and a rooftop bar with stunning vistas of the Manhattan skyline. There are also spectacular views of the runway at LaGuardia Airport. An Avigeek’s ideal hotel. 

My room had a nice layout and was the perfect size for a solo traveller or a couple. The views from my room were mainly of the runway – I spent an hour at night watching the planes take off and could see the glimmering Manhattan skyline to the side. I loved the decor of my room. It was so stylish and elegant. The vanity area with a sink is in the room, but there is a separate toilet room and shower, too, with lush Aveda toiletries. The bed was big and soft and faced a high-tech smart T.V. There was a minibar, coffee/tea-making area and a fabulous sofa by the window with a small desk. It had everything I needed for a stress-free, comfortable stay.

Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel at Tangram room tour video

Hotel facilities

The hotel also has an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, gym, and outdoor tennis court on the 3rd floor. On the hotel’s ground floor is a small cafe, where I grabbed my morning caffeine and pastry fix. There is also a trendy restaurant, the Prime Met Steakhouse, and The Whisky Bar, located on the 12th floor of the hotel. The 12th floor is where you’ll also find the lobby and the outdoor terrace, complete with a vintage Volkswagen van-turned-eclectic-food truck.

The hotel is well-regarded for its contemporary, stylish decor, comfortable rooms, and great bar and restaurant. With its proximity to Flushing’s diverse dining scene, cultural attractions, and convenient access to transportation options, the Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel at Tangram is a great choice if you are looking to explore Queens while enjoying upscale accommodations. I have no problem recommending this hotel to you, dear reader.

Queens Travel Guide – Things to do

I will write these things to do in the order that I did them so that you can get an idea of the timings or how to spend one, two or three days in Queens.

Queens Travel Guide – Day One

I checked into the hotel at 3 p.m., ready to head out and explore Queens by 3.30 p.m.

First up, MoMA PS1

Walk from the hotel to Main Street station and take the subway to Court Square.

MoMA PS1 is a contemporary art museum in Long Island City, Queens, New York. It is a great place to see cutting-edge art from around the world. The museum is in a former public school building with a unique industrial feel. The school building was my favourite aspect of the museum. I have no idea why, but it had 80s horror movie vibes. And I loved it. I felt like I was in a Nightmare on Elm Street movie. I think it was the old radiators and stairways.

MoMA PS1 is better known for its focus on emerging artists and experimental programming. The museum often hosts large-scale installations and performances. It also has a strong collection of works by artists from the 1960s and 1970s, including Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg. If you’re looking for a unique and thought-provoking art experience, MoMA PS1 is a great place to visit. The museum is open daily, and admission is free for all New York City residents or $10 for adults.

From here, we walked the LIC Beer Project to quench our thirst. The walk was a great way to get a feel for the area, with its rattling, overground 7 train providing a non-stop soundtrack. I was getting French Connection vibes.

Hunters Point

Next, you walk back to where you came from (for logistical purposes, I suggest skipping grabbing a beer) and walk ten minutes to Hunter’s Point. Hunter’s Point is a vibrant and up-and-coming Queens neighbourhood. It is home to industrial and residential buildings, rapidly becoming a hub for art, culture, and dining. Here, you’ll find the Hunters Point Library, an architectural gem and one of the finest public buildings New York has produced this century. When you go inside and see the views, it will take your breath away.

Best Manhattan skyline view in Queens

From here, you walk one minute to the boardwalk on Gantry Plaza and take in the dazzling views of the Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the One World Trade Center. I much prefer to view the New York skyline from the river level. Another favourite spot of mine is at the river bank on Roosevelt Island by the tram station.

When you’re at river level, you’re looking up at the skyline, which gives you a different perspective than when you’re looking down from above. This perspective can make the skyline seem taller and more imposing. When you’re at river level, you can see more of the details of the skyline, such as the individual buildings and their architecture. This is because you’re not looking through the glass of an observation platform, which can distort the view.

The river-level views are also more atmospheric, as the skyline reflection dances on the water. This reflection can create a beautiful and dreamy effect. River-level views are often free, while observation platforms can be expensive. Of course, I love seeing New York from above, too. I even took a helicopter ride to get a better view, but riverside views give me goosebumps every time. I adore the romance of it all.

Gantry Plaza State Park

Gantry Plaza State Park is a 12-acre park on four restored gantries along the East River in Long Island City. The park is also home to the Pepsi Cola sign, a 150-foot-tall neon sign originally installed in 1936. The sign is a popular tourist destination and features in movies and television shows. Gantry Plaza was one of my favourite places in Queens, and it has to be one of the most Instagramable places in Queens, too.

Also within walking distance in the neighbourhood is another very cool place to visit: the Underpenny Plane and Cast Iron Museum. This museum was also on our itinerary, but we didn’t visit on time. But if you do go, please let me know how it was. It just looks so interesting. 

Where to eat in Hunters Point

For dinner, there are so many options around here. We walked for about six minutes to The Baroness Bar Burgers + Beer. I had the skillet mac and cheese made with seven different cheeses. Mac and chees is one of my top comfort dishes. This creamy American staple was like an edible hug. However, my favourite thing about here is the unexpected bathroom decorated with Celine Dion memorabilia, including posters, pictures, and even a life-size cardboard cutout of the singer. A picture of Celine Dion’s face adornes the toilet seat.

Queens Travel Guide – Day Two

Walking Tour of Queens with Big Apple Greeter

Big Apple Greeter is a volunteer organisation that offers free, personalised walking tours of New York City. The tours are led by New Yorkers passionate about their city and want to share it with visitors. Big Apple Greeter is a great way to learn about New York City from a local perspective. The tours are free, so you can save money and get a more authentic experience than you would on a commercial tour. You don’t even have to tip the tour guide (unheard of in America). We did so, and she said it would go straight back into the organisation. 

Our walking tour of Queens was a fantastic way to understand the settlement of the borough and its expantion. Its a great way to hear about the different communities that call Queens home and why they came here in the first place. Even though the weather was miserable, I had a super time and was engrossed in what our guide said. I asked so many questions. 

Our tour took us around Flushing and into some cool Chinese supermarkets and malls, and then we made our way over to Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

Flushing Meadows Corona Park

Flushing Meadows Corona Park is the largest park in Queens, New York City, and it is home to many popular attractions, including the Queens Museum, the Unisphere, and the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The park was originally built for the 1939 World’s Fair and has been used for many other events, including the 1964-1965 World’s Fair and the 2013 U.S. Open. You will probably recognise the Unisphere monument as it has been in many films. You’ll see it in Men in Black and Iron Man 2, among others.

Flushing Meadows Corona Park is a great place to spend a day exploring. You can visit the museums, walk or bike around the park, or watch a sporting event. There is something for everyone at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

Queens Museum

We didn’t spend long exploring the park as it was lashing, so we headed straight into the Queens Museum. The Queens Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of Queens, New York City. The museum is in a former 1939 World’s Fair building. It has a variety of exhibits, a collection of art from Queens, and an interactive exhibition about the borough’s history.

The museum is also home to the Panorama of the City of New York, a scale model of the city created for the 1964-1965 World’s Fair. The Panorama is one of the largest scale models of a city in the world and is a fascinating way to see the city from a bird’s-eye view. However, my favourite room was the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass. This exhibition is a premier collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s celebrated lamps, windows, metalwork, and rare archival materials.

Birria-Landia taco food truck

From here, we grabbed an Uber to Jackson Heights because I had a hankering for Mexican food. Jackson Heights is famous for its diverse food scene. It is home to over 100 different ethnic groups, and this diversity is reflected in the neighbourhood’s restaurants. The district is home to a large Latin American community, and it is here you’ll find the Birria-Landia food truck on Roosevelt Avenue. It is known for its Tijuana-style birria tacos, made with slow-cooked beef that is shredded and then braised in a flavorful broth. The cooks then top the tacos with onions, cilantro, and salsas. You get a cup of consomé on the side, which you dip your tacos into!

Oh my goodness, the punchy flavours and contrasting textures tap dance on your tongue and bring your tastebuds to life. Birria-Landia is no hidden gem. The food is also one of the best cheap eats in New York, and the New York Times, Eater, and Food Insider have all featured the truck, so expect queues. But we got there just as they set up, and nobody else was in line. Maybe people had better sense than us by not queuing in the torrential rain, but the soaking was worth it for some of the best food I’ve ever had in NYC.

After our Mexican feast, we took shelter and warmed up with excellent coffee and huge slices of cake in the Colombian bakery, Gury’s Market.

Museum of the Moving Image Astoria

From here, it was a quick jaunt on the subway (station directly across from the bakery) to Astoria. The first stop in Astoria was the Moving Image Museum. My favourite museum in the world! The Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) is dedicated to the art, history, technique, and technology of the moving image. It is one of the best museums in the world if you are interested in film, television, animation, and digital media. I have a Drama and Film Studies degree, so you know I am into this stuff. 

MoMI has one of the world’s largest collections of film and television artefacts. The collection includes over 300,000 objects, including costumes, props, scripts, and even entire sets. I loved the amount of interactive exhibits that allow visitors to learn about the moving image in a hands-on way.

My favourite collection was the Jim Henson Exhibition. This dynamic experience explores Jim Henson’s groundbreaking work for film and television and his transformative impact on culture. It was so good, gorgeous, and wholesome, and I just wanted to cry with the emotion, especially watching all the children falling in love with the different muppets. So cute.

The sports commentary exhibition also mesmerised me. Learning about sports broadcasts blew my mind, and I’m not even a big sports fan. I’ve been to many museums in New York, and this is my favourite and the best. It’s well worth a day trip alone from Manhattan.

History of film and TV in Astoria

So here’s the thing: Astoria has a long and storied history in the film and television industry. In the early days of filmmaking, Astoria was home to several major studios, including Fox Film Corporation, Paramount Pictures, and Warner Bros. These studios produced some of the most iconic films of the silent era, including “The Jazz Singer” (1927), the first feature-length film with synchronised sound. Astoria’s film industry declined in the 1930s but experienced a revival in the 1950s and 1960s. During this time, Astoria was home to several television production companies, including Desilu Productions, which produced the popular sitcom “I Love Lucy.” Today, Astoria is still a major centre for film and television production. The neighbourhood is home to several sound stages and post-production facilities, and it is a popular location for filming both independent and major studio productions.

Queens Travel Guide – Exploring Astoria

After the museum, I spent the day exploring Astoria. It is such a cool, quirky neighbourhood with a real community feel. Next time I go to New York, I will stay in Astoria. I loved its diverse culture, delicious food, and vibrant nightlife, particularly the laid-back bars with warm, welcoming vibes. It is home to a large Greek community. Scratch that; Astoria is home to the second-largest Greek population outside Greece itself. This means there are many Greek restaurants, bakeries, cultural centres and shops in the neighbourhood. Walk down Broadway, and you’ll pass Omonia Cafe, which made all the cakes for the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding, including the giant wedding cake.

I just spent the evening looking at all the old, independent businesses and the old shop signs and walking in and out of the boutique shops. Ah, the aesthetic was so New York from the movies that I just didn’t want to leave. 

I visited and liked two bars in Astoria: The Highwater, which has a cool tiki, tropical bar vibe and interesting cocktails. The other bar is Diamond Dogs, which is super cool with a great laid-back vibe and inventive cocktails. Both bars are within walking distance of each other.

Best soup dumplings in New York

That night, I returned to Flushing for dinner to try the “best soup dumplings in New York”. You will find them in Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao. The Michelin Guide recommends this Shanghainese restaurant. Various media and websites such as New York Magazine, Eater, Gothamist, Grub Street, Serious Eats and many more have featured the restaurant. So, again, not a hidden gem. But it is a large restaurant, and at 11 p.m., when I rocked up, there was no wait for a table.

I don’t particularly like soup dumplings, and I only had them once before in 456 New Shanghai, in Chinatown in Manhattan. I felt underwhelmed both times, but then again, all dumplings leave me feeling that way. They don’t have enough flavour or punch for my palate. But if you devour dumplings, Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao is the place to go in Queens. It is only a few minutes’ walk from the Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel at Tangram.

Queens Travel Guide – Day Three

The next day, we checked out and got the subway to Manhattan. I will cover this in another blog post. But, if I had an extra day or even half a day in Queens before my flight, here is what I would do.

Create my own walking tour of all the famous filming locations in Astoria or other parts of Queens. I have a movie walking tour itinerary here.

Queens is home to two of the most famous sports stadiums in the world. One is Citi Field (home of the New York Mets). The other is USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center (home of the U.S. Open). If I were into sports, I would take a tour or watch a game.

New York punk fans might know that The Ramones were all born and raised in Queens. The band formed in Forest Hills in Queens in 1974. If you are a fan, do a Ramones Tour with Big Apple Greeters, or you can do your own. Museum of the Moving Image has an exhibit on the Ramones. You can then visit The Ramones’ old rehearsal space at 232 23rd Avenue in Astoria. Finally, you can go to Forest Hills Cemetery. The Ramones are buried here. A single headstone that reads “Ramones” marks their gravesites.

I would then end the day back in Astoria. Here, I would eat as much Greek food as possible. I’d also buy as many Greek bakery goods as I could stuff in my backpack. Perfect aeroplane snacks.

Now, is that a comprehensive Queens Travel Guide or what?

But did I leave anything out? Have you been to Queens and have something you loved? Let me know in the comments below.

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If you enjoyed reading this Queens Travel Guide, you might also like my blog post, Malaga Travel Tips – 16 Unusual Things To Do. I’ve also written lots of other travel guides. You can view them all by clicking this link. I have posts on BordeauxLake IseoBresciaBergamo, and many more.

Further reading, for your pleasure:

What is a Press Trip?

Movies Filmed in Queens

Galgorm Review: A Luxurious Oasis in Antrim

Thank you for reading this Queens Travel Guide.

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