New York City is full of surprises, but the weather should not be one of them. When traveling to New York City during the Summer, Fall, Winter or Spring, it is important to keep an eye on the weather reports weeks leading up to your stay. Mother Nature is very bipolar on the East Coast, and we want you to be as prepared as possible for a comfortable stay here in the city that we love. We know the feeling of getting stuck in the middle of a thunderstorm, soggy shoes and foggy glasses – we do not want that to be your NYC memory. Pack accordingly and prepare yourself for New York City in the scorching Summer, mild Fall, freezing Winter or slushy Spring. Read more
An extensive bucket list is very understandable when traveling to New York City for the first time. There is so much to do and so much to see, and only so much time to complete it all! Read through our 25 recommended must-dos during your first visit to New York City for some inspiration.
What better way to commemorate Labor Day in the U.S. and Canada than a trip to New York City. Celebrate at these exciting events happening in New York City this weekend.
Taking a family vacation to New York City during the summer brings plenty to do to please everyone. Of course you want to see the classics in the heart of Manhattan, but what about exploring the underrated and pleasantly surprising summer hotspots outside of the concrete jungle? Here are our best suggestions to help you better navigate the city and plan some off-the-beaten path activities away from the most common touristy places.
I don’t know about you, but the warmer the weather gets, the more appealing the ocean becomes. As beautiful as it may be, New York City can become an absorbing heat-trap among the asphalt and concrete between the tall buildings and narrow streets. When the weather gets unbearable, I recommend exploring the city in an alternative way- take one of many New York City cruises to enjoy the sun, the breeze, and of all importance, the views.