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.
Labor Day in the United States is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the American labor movement and the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, laws and well-being of the country. Sadly, it is also considered the unofficial end of summer in the United States. A lot of New Yorkers are going to enjoy their last recreation before going back to work ! So if you are in New York during this time, here are some activities you could do!
A successful trip is always a well organized one Scammers are everywhere and there is nothing worst than being made a fool. I now know New York very well and it’s my pleasure to tell you what you should avoid while enjoying your trip.
It is not enough to just know about the latest food craze or trendy restaurant. The real pursuit is in finding the hidden gems. We’re talking under-the-radar eateries where real New Yorkers go for delicious, unpretentious bites that always manage to hit the spot. How will you ever know where to go when New Yorkers like to keep their favorite places a secret so it doesn’t get lost in the other crowded joint in NYC? Here is our insider guide to good eats in the Big Apple.
New York offers plenty of fun things to do and see without costing you a dime. Here’s the scoop on these awesome events to enjoy the summer here in New York City without breaking the bank! Read more