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
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We hope that when you come to New York City that you travel past Manhattan and into the outer boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens. Scroll through our list of recommended places to visit in these areas. We promise that you will not be disappointed! Read more
Don’t we all just love New York City? The Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Top of the Rock, the energy and unique atmosphere of Midtown streets… When picturing the Big Apple, we all have in mind the same typical images of Manhattan. Yet for a city that spreads across 5 boroughs and encompasses over 300 neighborhoods, there are practically endless opportunities for new and exciting things to do and see in New York City. And many of them are not in Manhattan…Want to know what we’re talking about? Check our awesome list of the 34 Reasons To Visit NYC Beyond Manhattan! Read more
Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Times Square can be as wild as it is thrilling, but if huge crowds and standing in the cold are not exactly your cup of tea, these activities and annual events will either entertain or inspire you on the first day of the year. Whether you want to walk the Brooklyn Bridge, start the year with a prayer or do a midnight run in Central Park, this list will make it easier to choose your New Year’s Eve plan based on what you find exciting. Read more