The United States' eclectic cultural landscape and diverse array of people makes every city different from the next. And each one of those cities has its own unique corner, the neighborhood that takes the vibe of that city and condenses it down to a few streets that brim with color and must-visit destinations. These are the top 10 neighborhoods to visit, according to Lonely Planet. A neighborhood in Brooklyn scooped up one of the spots.
The changing face of New York City couldn't be more evident than in one small section of Brooklyn. The late NBC 4 journalist Gabe Pressman took a stroll through the tight-knit community of Sunset Park in 2013, where he found the neighborhood was booming.