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.
And so it begins, the sweaty, steamy, hard-to-breath humid summer air in New York City. What better way to cool off and enjoy the day with friends and family than to spend time on the beach. A beach day? In New York City? Yep. The island of New York is not all sky scrapers and beeping taxis; an easy subway, ferry, or bus ride can drop you off at a few great, refreshing beach towns in Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and Long Island. Check out our list of recommended spots. Read more
July is just around the corner; you know what that means- America’s 242nd birthday is almost here! Have a very cheery 4th of July this summer in New York City while celebrating America’s Independence with friends and families, cookouts, cruises, beaches, rooftop parties and fireworks. Check out what you can find in NYC to complete your festive day full of red, white, and blue.
Summer is coming here in New York City and reasons to enjoy the (finally) nice weather and explore all the facets of the Big Apple continue to multiply. Whether you are a history-junkie, a street-art enthusiast, a foodie, or simply just enjoy soaking up the rich diversity that floats throughout the city, New York does not disappoint. Explore beyond the typical city streets of Manhattan and dive into the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens to discover some of the most unique and culturally diverse neighborhoods the city has to offer. Here are our best tips to visit the 3 most booming boroughs of NYC.