What is there to do in Central Park in New York City?

Central Park is the pulsating green heart of Manhattan, with almost 3.5 km in length, its a must see if you are visiting New York City. Central Park is so big that it is not easy to cross it completely, so for a first visit I suggest doing the southern part, which goes from 81st […]

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which is the best observation deck in New York City?

One of the most beautiful things to do in New York is to go up to any of its three viewpoints to look at the skyline from above, especially at night! The New York skyline with its never ending skyscrapers are something to admire. And now, there 3 options to choose from, two in Midtown […]

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Free Attractions in New York

While they say that New York is an expensive city there are many attractions and activities that cost $0. There are times when the budget is not enough to buy on Fifth Avenue, to eat at expensive restaurants or to enter all museums or attractions. That’s why today we are going to gather a couple […]

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How to use the Metrocard in NYC

Having a car in NYC is both joyful and a burden. The traffic at any time can be painful, which makes a trip of only a few blocks in Manhattan, take up to 30 minutes during rush hour. That’s why the ideal way to get around the city is the subway. In order to use […]

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Broadway Week 2 for 1 – 2018

Every year during this time, the city of New York launches the 2 for 1 ticket promotion to see a Broadway shows known as Broadway Week. An excellent opportunity for those who travel with a limited budget and do not want to miss a good Broadway play. The shows that can be purchased with this […]

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Bryant Park Christmas Tree Lighting 2017

The annual Bryant Park Christmas tree lighting takes place Friday, Dec 1st from 6-8pm! You don’t want to miss this if you’re visiting NYC! Dress warm if you want to get there early and avoid the big rush! Definitely worth the visit and less crowded than the Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting 🙂

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When do the Christmas Markets start in New York 2017?

Looking to do some gift shopping in NYC during the Christmas Holidays? Well, look no further! Here are some great Christmas markets to get you started: Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park Bryant Park is an amazing park in Manhattan with the wonderful Winter Village market during the winter.  A great place to […]

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Woodbury Common Black Friday 2017

Looking for the best deals of the year, then look no further than Woodbury Commons Black Friday weekend sales. Oh you’re not familiar with what happens at Woodbury on Black Friday? Well only about  a hundred + sample sales happening at once, from morning to night, just an hour outside New York City! Don’t have […]

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The Butterfly Conservatory at The American Museum of Natural History ‒ Oct 7 2017

The annual butterfly event returns to the American Museum of Natural History this Oct 7th, 2017. Bring the kids and the whole family to this amazing display and one of the museum’s most popular attractions.  Get tickets here  

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Michelangelo exhibition – The largest at the Met Museum

The upcoming show at the Met Museum, “Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer,” will bring together 150 drawings, three marble sculptures and other works from museums and collections across America and Europe. It will also include three pieces (two rarely displayed drawings, and one sculpture) from the Met’s collection. The exhibit opens November 13 and will […]

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