New Yorkers are fortunate to have well-defined seasons. This means that when summer arrives, the city responds. How? By organizing special events, lively festivals and outdoor activities. Continue reading to learn how to make the most of summer in NYC.
Arguably one of the most romantic areas of Manhattan, Greenwich Village is a must see on your trip to The Big Apple. It’s been home to some great artists from Edgar Allen Poe to Jack Kerouac. At its heart is the Washington Square Park, which you’ve probably seen in “When Harry Met Sally” or, more recently, as a sanctum to Doctor Strange in "Avengers: Infinity War."
Leave history and ancient artwork for another time and spend a day redefining your idea of what constitutes art. Let the masters of modern and contemporary styles guide you on that journey. It’s time to tour New York’s best venues for creative and innovative masterpieces!
Weekend is the time to relax, sleep in and eat late—that’s why brunch was invented. Pair your late breakfast with a cocktail and you have a superb way to start your day. If you want to squeeze in a laid-back and delicious weekend meal in NYC before heading home, continue reading!
Children enjoy New York as much as adults. We’ve covered the best family-friendly attractions in New York, but what if you’re traveling with children five and younger? Keep them happy and busy at these attractions.