New York is full of exciting events and festivals at all times of year. That’s why we’ve decided to bring you a bi-weekly guide titled “Things to Do This Week in New York” so you’re never out of the loop. To help you plan an unforgettable NYC itinerary, here are some not-to-miss events going on in New York from June 1o to 23, 2013.
Win 2 tickets to a NYC Exclusive: July 4th Fireworks and Skyline Cruise on a Luxury Yacht! Be the envy of your friends and celebrate the 4th of July in style on this luxurious New York City dinner and fireworks cruise. Read on to find out how to enter.
The weather in New York City might be sticky and humid in summer, but events around town are plentiful and often inexpensive. Here are some ideas for things to do in the Big Apple during months when schools are out and those heavy city coats are nowhere to be found:
This Thursday, June 6, Viator is teaming up with Circle Line in NYC to Experience 24 Hours on the Circle Line! Our team will be in New York, posting photos, creating videos and giving away prizes all day while on-board New York’s best sightseeing cruises.
While New York City has much to offer visitors, sometimes it’s nice to enjoy a change of scenery. One worthwhile weekend escape is the Catskills.
New York City has a few different options for those looking to take in a baseball game. If you’re interested in watching a professional team play you can see the Yankees at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx or the Mets at Citi Field in Queens.
While most people know New York City is home to historical attractions, vibrant nightlife and a melting pot of cultures, there are many interesting facts many aren’t aware of. Read the following list to expand your database of quirky NYC facts.
One of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge is an approximately 1,600-foot (488-meter) bridge connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. Not only can you view the bridge from afar, but also close up by crossing it on foot. Walking across the Brooklyn Bridge allows for expansive views of the surrounding boroughs, and also allows you to get some exercise while enjoying a free NYC activity. To help you successfully walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, here are some suggestions.