Love to travel? Check out The New York Times Travel Show at Jacob Javits Center (Halls 3D/E) on January 27-29. Travel Show features fun Travel Destinations & Tips, Hosted Seminars & Presentations, 500+ Exhibitor Booths, Industry Speakers & Experts, Exclusive Discounts and Special Travel Offers. Sample foods from around the globe at the Taste of World culinary stage, showcasing famous chefs and food personalities. Fun for foodies!
Tickets (trade and general public) are available online and at the door
New York City is one of the most exciting places to visit, especially during the festive Holiday Season. With so many fun things to do and see, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out your itinerary. Here are five must-dos when visiting NYC over the holidays:
Enjoy NYC Summer Streets – an annual celebration where the public can play, run, walk and bike (traffic-free) on nearly seven miles of New York City’s streets. The event takes place on the first three consecutive Saturdays in August. Fun for families and friends!
Summer Streets runs from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, along Park Avenue and connecting streets.
There are literally hundreds of reasons to visit New York City this summer – it’s hard to pinpoint just 10 of them! Here are a few of our favorite things to do and see whether you’re a first time visitor or a seasoned traveler to the Big Apple.
NYC Hop-On Hop-Off Double Decker Bus Tour & Night on the Town
Central Park (fun things to do and most of them are free)
Empire State Building & Observatory – Skip-the-Line Tickets
Top of the Rock Observation Deck
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown & Little Italy – Food & Walking Tours
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Guided Tour
NYC Museums & VIP Morning Tour of The Met before it opens to general public
Times Square & Broadway Shows
Ground Zero, 9/11 Memorial & Museum and One World Observatory Tour
Find out more information below and book your tours and tickets now before the summer season rush.
Looking for something fun and romantic to do with your honey on Valentine’s Day? This year, Valentines Day falls on a Sunday of a 3-day weekend (Monday, February 15th is President’s Day, a national U.S. holiday) – so you have plenty of time to celebrate.
If you haven’t already made your Valentine’s Day plans, check out these fun River & Bay Cruises in London, Paris, New York and San Francisco. And if you’re thinking of popping the question… this may be the place to do it!
If you’re planning on visiting New York City soon (or sometime in the future), we just found out about two exclusive must-see sightseeing tours that you may want to check out. Be one of the lucky people to experience the Statue of Liberty up close (only a limited number of visitors are permitted per day). Feel like a VIP – get early access to the top of the Empire State Building before the tourists arrive. No need to wait in line at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to see the Space Shuttle Enterprise – skip-the-line and get into the exhibit before the crowds. Visit the 9/11 Memorial and spend time at the twin reflecting pools that sit exactly where the Twin Towers once stood.
Find out more about these two exclusive sightseeing tours that you won’t want to miss.