WATCH: Chris Noth Talks Favorite NYC Neighborhoods In New HomeToGo Ad

Golden Globe nominated actor Chris Noth stars in a new ad campaign for the world’s largest vacation rental search engine, HomeToGo. The campaign gives a neighborhood guide to New York City, featuring 21 places you “almost” need a passport for in the most searched for vacation boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. The neighborhood guide gives visitors recommendations to places in the city that aren’t the usual tourist spots. The guide aims to highlight the different cultures of the city to make it feel as if the visitor is touring around the world.

Chris Noth, who starred in New York City-based dramas “Law & Order” and “Sex and the City,” joins in to give people some recommendations on some of his favorite destinations in the city. In the ad, he says, “[With] certain neighborhoods you almost needed a passport… there are secret gardens, coffee and wine shops… if you’re a tourist now in NYC you’ve got so many opportunities!”

Watch Chris Noth Star in HomeToGo’s latest ad campaign below.

Noth explains that the HomeToGo NYC guide helps visitors travel the world just by traveling New York City. Some of the guide’s highlights include Manhattan must-sees that aren’t the Empire State Building, the culinary wonders of Brooklyn, and the multicultural relaxation spots in Queens.

HomeToGo, a vacation rental search engine, compares over 11 million vacation apartments and homes around the world. It is used to find the perfect vacation rental based on budget, date range, destination and amenities. To find out more information, visit HomeToGo’s official website.

What is your favorite destination spot in New York City? Let us know by tweeting us at @Fuzzable!

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