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Getting Around: New York City Bus Tips

(August 24, 2015) - Everything you need to know about navigating New York City buses, including cost, routes, etiquette and more. (read the story...)

Bringing Your Dog to NYC

(August 10, 2015) - Bringing your dog to NYC: we've got the definitive guide to taking a four-legged companion with you to New York. (read the story...)

Win $1000+ in NYC Prizes Every Week

(May 01, 2015) - Every week throughout 2015, City Guide Win NYC is hosting a free drawing to win more than $1,000 of some of New York's most popular tickets, tours and eats (read the story...)

Getting Around: NYC Subway Info

(March 23, 2015) - Basic info you need to know about using the NYC subway, including the new fare, MetroCard calculator, apps, plus a little trivia. (read the story...)

Getting Around: New York City Taxi Tips

(March 16, 2015) - Everything you need to know about hailing a New York City taxi and tips to maximize your experience. (read the story...)

Gotham Air and BLADE Fly You to the Airport in High Style

(March 09, 2015) - Jet to JFK, dash away to the Hamptons, and soar over the city in one of Gotham Air or BLADE's luxury helicopters. Travel will never be quite the same. (read the story...)

A Guide to New York City Convention Sites

(March 03, 2015) - A roundup of the top five New York City Convention sites, plus information on upcoming conventions, nearby places to grab a bite, and getting around. (read the story...)

Going To and From the Airport? Go Airlink NYC

(February 23, 2015) - Go Airlink NYC provides quick, easy, and affordable transportation to and from New York City's major airports, so you can spend less time planning your transportation, and more time enjoying NYC. (read the story...)

Museums to Visit in New York City

(December 28, 2014) - New York City is home to many world renowned museums, offering you more than 100 cultural institutions. Whether the family wants to explore nature and outer space, or you and a date want to see Monet paintings, you'll find something for everyone. (read the story...)

Tips for Planning a Group Trip to New York City

(December 27, 2014) - If you’re thinking of putting together a group of family, friends, or students to visit, here are some recommendations on how to make a group tour easier! (read the story...)

Best of 42nd Street

(December 23, 2014) - New York City has many famous streets: Broadway, of course, which runs the full length of Manhattan and into the Bronx; Madison Avenue, synonymous with advertising; Fifth Avenue, home to high-end shopping and the Empire State Building; and on and on. Perhaps the most legendary is 42nd Street, the eastern terminus of the first road across the United States and home to the southern edge of Times Square and the Theatre District, the United Nations (at First Avenue), the Chrysler Building (at Lexington Avenue), and Grand Central Terminal (at Park Avenue). In fact, you could spend an entire day in the city without stepping off of it; here are some of the great places you’ll find along the thoroughfare made famous by the Tony Award-winning musical of the same name. (read the story...)

What to Do During the Holidays in NYC

(December 22, 2014) - The winter holiday season in New York City is unparalleled. We’ve included here some must sees during your visit that are sure to create wonderful memories, including Rockefeller Center, annual traditions, holiday markets, parades, and more. (read the story...)

Visiting New York City Museums on a Budget

(December 17, 2014) - Some NYC museums always offer free admission. Some have certain times when you can get in for free. Others have suggested donations; read: pay what you wish/can. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chelsea

(December 11, 2014) - Chelsea, the area west of Fifth Avenue and north of 14th Street to about 30th Street in New York City, has long been known for its brownstones, pre-war buildings and quiet, quaint, tree-lined residential streets. In recent years, however, it has become a favorite New York neighborhood with an abundance of art galleries, bars, and restaurants -- all with a chic touch. (read the story...)

What to Do on the Upper East Side

(December 04, 2014) - The Upper East Side maintains its reputation as home to “Old Money” -- or, actually, money in general. It is also the home of the Museum Mile, as well as glamour, upscale boutiques, great restaurants, and the ritziest of the ritzy. This neighborhood begins at the Plaza Hotel on 59th Street and goes all the way north to 105th Street on the east side of Central Park. (read the story...)

What to Do in The East Village

(November 26, 2014) - Historically, the young and trendy have flocked to the East Village. The cutting-edge crowd has formed an interesting and exciting array of alternative clubs, experimental music and theatre, fashion stores, and tattoo parlors. (read the story...)

What to Do in Times Square, Theatre District & Rockefeller Center

(October 22, 2014) - Times Square is always a must-see for first time Manhattan adventurers, and can be an overwhelming and exhilarating experience. Huge billboards of fashion icons and bright advertisements can distract even a New Yorker trying to make his or her way through the dense crowds of people looking skyward. (read the story...)

What to Do in Little Italy

(October 15, 2014) - New York City has many famous areas, but few are more popular than Little Italy, the historic lower Manhattan community that hosts the annual Feast of San Gennaro, celebrating the Patron Saint of Naples. (read the story...)

What to Do in Greenwich Village

(October 10, 2014) - It's often said that NYC's Greenwich Village neighborhood resembles Paris, with its cobblestone streets, row houses, bistros, restaurants, and bars—and a host of independent record and poster shops. (read the story...)

NYC Transportation: Getting Around New York City

(October 01, 2014) - New York City is truly the city that never sleeps, with hundreds of flights arriving every day. Figuring out time in commuting, fares, tips and train routes on the spot in a new city can be overwhelming for the mind, as well as the pocketbook. Read on to get some basic information on time and cost getting around NYC — ahead of time. (read the story...)

NYC Annual Events

(September 29, 2014) - Yearly events taking place in New York City, regularly updated. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chinatown NYC

(September 16, 2014) - Everyone thinks of Chinatown when the Chinese Lunar New Year rolls around in February, but outside of dim sum and firecrackers and dragon dances, it’s a mystery to most New Yorkers. (read the story...)

A History of New York City Skyscrapers

(August 12, 2014) - Many are drawn to the beautiful skyline of New York City, in all its spired brilliance and Art Deco style. But the sheer beauty of the buildings often belie their interesting -- and complicated -- origins. (read the story...)

What to Do in Tribeca

(February 13, 2014) - Named for the TRIangle BElow CAnal, Tribeca's (Canal Street south to Park Place, and from the Hudson River east to Broadway) landscape is dominated by cobblestone streets and former industrial buildings that have been converted into large, luxurious lofts and apartments. (read the story...)

What to Do in SoHo

(February 12, 2014) - As time goes on, all things must change. No other section of New York exemplifies this old bromide better than SoHo. Located directly south of Houston Street on the west side of Manhattan (bounded Lafayette Street on the east, Canal Street on the south, Varick Street on the west), SoHo is a friendly, beautiful, and history-rich section of New York that is home to some of the best shopping, dining, and avant-garde art. (read the story...)


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