Spring is in the air, bringing along long days of sunshine and blooming flowers. Consider planning your springtime activities with Harlem Spirituals/New York Visions. Whether you want to spend a day exploring Manhattan, or want to branch out to the City’s other boroughs of Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, our guided visits are intended to make sure that you get the most out of your time in New York City. Are you looking for super fun things to do in Gotham this season? Read on for some more exhilarating ways to welcome spring in New York City.
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.
Fall is indisputably one of the most beautiful time of the year in New York City. Whether you enjoy photographing the picturesque scenes of nature, or if you are looking for nice excursions to do with family and friends, it is the perfect time for an outing. So, before this magnificent season comes to its end, take your loved ones for a stroll through some of the top places to see fall foliage in New York City. Although you are in a concrete jungle, it’ll be easier than you think to scope out the autumn colors. Read more
The Bronx is the northern-most borough of the five in New York City and the only one actually located on the mainland. With 14 colleges and universities, the infamous Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo, the Grand Concourse, and one of the oldest natural forests in the New York Botanical Gardens, the Bronx is known for far more than its hip-hop and street art roots. Although this borough is often overlooked, a trip north of Manhattan is a unique experience well worth your time. With a distinctive art and cultural scene, authentic restaurants, genuine bars and great shopping destinations, the “Boogie Down Bronx” is sure to pleasantly surprise you. Read more
The concrete jungle of New York City, overflowing with cultures and ethnical diversity, does not only shine upon nightfall. Beginning with the 1960 New York City hip-hop graffiti movement, bare walls now burst with color all throughout the city. The emergence of graffiti art has provided a newfound ability to conjoin culture, identity, and politics in total silence among the noise of New York. Check out these latest pieces for yourself in the Bronx, Brookyln and Queens on our Triboro Tour.