Pizza, gelato and chocolate… oh my! If you’re a foodie and love to explore and have fun, what better place than New York City to take a Food & Culture Tour this summer.
Craving authentic New York pizza? Want to taste some of the best street food in New York City? Indulge in delectable treats (cupcakes, cookies and gelato) on a dessert walking tour in Lower Manhattan. Experience New York’s West Village and East Village like a local and taste neighborhood favorites.
Sample chocolates and truffles on a fun tasting tour for chocolate lovers. Take a guided walking tour and taste pizza at three of Manhattan’s top pizzerias. Are you getting hungry yet? Check out some of our favorite NYC Food Tours.
New York City is one of the most exciting places to visit… anytime of the year, but especially during the Holiday Season. Visit Rockefeller Center and see the world’s most famous Christmas Tree and holiday decorations. See Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular starring the talented Rockettes. Enjoy holiday shopping – check out the creative window displays along Fifth Avenue, especially those at Macy’s, Saks and Lord & Taylor. Here are a few of our favorite things to do in NYC during the Holiday Season. Happy Holidays!
This year, St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) falls on a Sunday. Most of the festivals and parades will be taking place that weekend. There’s sure to be plenty of celebrating going on around the world – and especially throughout Ireland (Cork, Dublin, Galway and Limerick all have big parades.)
Celebrate “All Things Irish” with your family and friends at a FUN St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in your hometown. Find out more – just click on a link below for dates, times and locations of a St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in a city near you:
There’s no place quite like New York City – it has a special magnetism, excitement, and energy that makes it unique. Anytime is a great time to visit, but the Summer is especially FUN when the city comes alive with throngs of tourists from around the world – it truly is a melting pot of different cultures. Besides all the fun attractions, shopping, entertainment and Broadway Shows, New York City is a haven for foodies! The nation’s top dining destination is jam-packed with so many great restaurants.
The festive Holiday Season is one of the most exciting times to visit New York City – the lights, the crowds, the shopping, the buzz! Don’t miss the annual window displays along Fifth Avenue, especially those at Macy’s, Saks and Lord & Taylor – they’re spectacular!
It’s well worth a trip to New York City just to see the fabulous Radio City Christmas Spectacular . The fun Holiday musical includes our all-time favorite Rockettes’ performance – the “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers”. Be sure to book well in advance; it’s very popular with locals and tourists alike. The Christmas Show is running now thru’ December 30, 2010.
There’s a lot to do and see in New York City, anytime of the year. If you’re planning a trip over Thanksgiving Weekend, check out our Top 10 Fun Things To Do – we’ve also listed a few FREE year-round sightseeing options.
Although many Broadway Shows are closed on Thanksgiving, one show that is NOT dark on Thanksgiving is the fabulous “Radio City Christmas Spectacular” featuring the Radio City Rockettes. It’s our all-time favorite show!