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The Weather in Hoboken
Above are the weather conditions for Hoboken. July is the warmest month of the year in Hoboken with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. It may rain 15 days in December while it typically rains only 7 days in September.
Vacation rentals in Hoboken for an American break with a difference
Possibly the best choice for your Hoboken vacation is one of the city's classic brownstone buildings, which offer airy and spacious accommodation for groups of all sizes. If you're more about modernity than tradition, the city also has contemporary condo blocks, many of which have outstanding views across the river to New York.
More than just pizza when eating out in Hoboken
The area’s large Italian-American population means that there is a high concentration of Italian restaurants in town, where a warm welcome and plates of freshly prepared pizza and pasta are guaranteed. Seafood and Latin American restaurants are also popular. Visit Carlo's Bakery, made famous on television series Cake Boss, to choose a delicious cake to take home and enjoy.
Relax with the kids on a day out in Hoboken
As a primarily residential area, Hoboken has a great range of parks and playgrounds where the kids can go wild and the parents can relax with a coffee. Active families should head to the riverfront, where you can stroll, rollerskate, or ride bikes and drink in the views. Although it's open on weekends only, kids will love the Hoboken Fire Department Museum, where they can get hands-on with vintage fire appliances.
New York City just across the water
Hoboken is just across the water from Manhattan, and the Big Apple is easily accessible by 24-hour subway, water ferry, rail, and car. The ferry is the best way to make the crossing, as it allows you to enjoy the Manhattan skyline as you travel across the Hudson. Once in Manhattan, you can experience the best of big city living. Though every visitor will have their own favorite Manhattan sights, Central Park, Times Square, and the Empire State Building are not to be missed. Why not take in a Broadway show before catching another ferry back to Hoboken?
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