Bronx is the third-most densely populated county in the entire United States. With a population of 1,428,207, it is located to the South of Westchester County and on the North River. It’s worth noting that a quarter of the Bronx’s area is open space and the borough was first settled by Faroese born Jonas Bronck.
It was established in 1639 as a part of the New Netherland colony. The Eupopeans displaced the Native Lenape in 1643 and the Bronx has continued to receive many migrant and immigrant groups.
The climate can be best described as varied. Summers are usually warm and humid, while winters are pretty cold and windy. Rest of the year is largely windy and cloudy with average precipitation.
The best time to visit the Bronx is spring and summers. Well, winters are snowy and you’d love it if you’re a fan of snow. The balanced weather means that it’s a good place to visit during a considerable time of the year.