Something for Everyone – Places for Introverts in NYC

As against what most people believe, being an introvert doesn’t equal being anti-social or shy; not by any means. And how do we stereotype New Yorkers? As loud and proud people moving through narrow, cramped alleys and sidewalks, screaming at the top of their voices and honking at every place possible. As expected, it’s difficult for introverts to survive in New York City.

The city that never sleeps will always provide you with opportunities to work hard, prove yourself, be as loud as you can, and to get your drink on. While not exactly a haven for introverts at the first glance, it has lots and lots of room for introverts to hang out at. There are numerous chances for loners to escape the city chaos. If you are one of them, here’s how you escape the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple:

First of all, have your excuses ready. In a city brimming with the human races from all corners, it’s very likely that you’d regularly bump into people you know. And even worse, you’d get invited to social events you rather like to decline. Unless, of course, you manage to lock yourself into a room and survive, you’d be needing a lot of exit strategies.
And while New York City is undeniably the best city in the world, you’d be better off if you explore it on your own. Grab a book, travel to NYC with OurBus, find yourself some really good places to hang out and that’s about it. Here’s to some alone time.

1. The New York Public Library – branches all over Manhattan, Bronx and Staten Island
2. The Met Cloisters – Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan
3. Jefferson Market Garden, Greenwich
4. Bryant Park, Midtown
5. Reggio Caffe, Macdougal St, Manhattan

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