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Great Free Under-the-Radar Things to Do in Brooklyn
(September 15, 2017) - Brooklyn is a great place to go in New York City, and I’m not just saying that because I live there. But it really has a lot to offer. Here are five FREE Brooklyn activities to put on your agenda. They'll save you some money and provide some adventure in this amazing borough. (read the story...)


5 Alternatives for a Rainy Day in NYC
(September 15, 2017) - While no one wants it to rain when going on vacation, sometimes it just can’t be helped, even on the temperate streets of New York City. While you can’t control the weather, you can control what to do with your time. Here are five alternative activities that will entertain for hours on end—indoors! (read the story...)


National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey Coming to Times Square!
(September 13, 2017) - New York is getting ready for its newest attraction: “National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey” is coming to Times Square in October! This breathtaking experience will give visitors the chance to explore the ocean like they never could before thanks to state-of-the-art technology and a brilliant and dedicated team of designers. Short of a submarine, you'll be hard pressed to find a better way to experience life as it's lived under the sea. (read the story...)


The Best of NYC Attractions: A World of Adventure Awaits in Midtown
(September 12, 2017) - For excitement and variety, no place in the world can compete with the attractions of Midtown Manhattan. History, entertainment, and billion-dollar views can all be found here amid the bustling streets. Spend an hour, spend a day, spend a month—you won’t run out of things to do in the heart of NYC. (read the story...)


Alternative Ideas for Things to Do During the Day on a Visit to NYC
(September 08, 2017) - Although you may have your day agenda in New York City all ready to go, don't miss out on some lesser-known alternative ideas, from Brooklyn to the Bronx to Manhattan. Here are just five things you might want to explore, as an introduction to all that NYC has to offer. (read the story...)


Nighttime Alternatives in NYC
(September 08, 2017) - You’ve probably planned what you want to do in New York City during the day, but what will you be doing at night? Sure, there are thousands of bars in the Big Apple, but there's much more on offer. From culture to sweets to stunning views, here are some great nightlife alternatives in NYC! (read the story...)


2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Goes to High Quality Tours
(September 05, 2017) - New York City is a big place, and the best way to get around it is aboard one of High Quality Tours’ many modes of transportation. Don’t believe us? Well, perhaps TripAdvisor can convince you, as it’s just awarded a 2017 Certificate of Excellence to High Quality Tours. Not an award to roll your eyes at, the Certificate of Excellence is only given out once a year, and it’s awarded based on the reviews submitted by travelers themselves. So what’s there to love about High Quality Tours? As you’ll soon learn, plenty. (read the story...)


NYC Activities for Group Outings
(September 01, 2017) - When going to New York City, few people travel alone. If they do, it’s because they’re visiting someone who lives there. So, of course, you’re going to be looking for things to do together as a group! New York City is the perfect place for a group vacation. There’s so much to see and the city; there are so many options to accommodate your party's size. Check out the following suggestions if you’re looking for something to do with your friends this weekend! (read the story...)


The Latest Attractions in New York City
(August 29, 2017) - The beautiful thing about New York City is that everything is always changing, and that extends to the city's latest class of attractions. Rounded up below are our top five picks for NYC’s coolest new attractions, ranging from a virtual reality hangout to a digital exploration of the deep blue sea. (read the story...)


Chazz Palminteri, Tony Danza Join NYC's 2017 Feast of San Gennaro
(August 25, 2017) - This year marks the 91st anniversary of NYC beloved Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy, which will take place September 14-24. City Guide is a proud sponsor. It's the largest and longest running festival in the country, a celebration of the Patron Saint of Naples, as well as the celebration of Italian immigrants, welcoming some one million visitors annually. (read the story...)


Remembering 9/11 in New York 2017: A Guide
(August 23, 2017) - The tragic events of September 11, 2001, are felt around the world, but especially in New York City. We've gathered some special events offering history, respects, and reflection to mark 9/11 in New York City on Monday, September 11th, 2017. (read the story...)


Last Minute Summer Fun for Kids and Families in NYC
(August 15, 2017) - Now that it’s August, school looms on the horizon for New York kids. But families, you’ve still got a few last weeks to cram in some summer fun. So head to an amusement park, a formal garden, or an obstacle park in the sky. There’s no shortage of summer fun in New York City. (read the story...)


VR World: A Virtual Reality Playground in Midtown NYC
(August 11, 2017) - A new frontier of experience awaits in New York City. It’s called VR World, and it’s the largest virtual reality entertainment center in the Western Hemisphere. Combining the possibilities of an IMAX theater, a Star Trek holodeck, an art gallery, and an arcade, VR World is like nothing else. It’s conveniently located, too—just a few feet from the Empire State Building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. (read the story...)


Get in the New York Loop: Open Loop Bus Tours
(August 10, 2017) - When arriving as a tourist in a new city, my first rule is to stay awake until bedtime. That’s why I introduced a foreign friend to New York City, recently, from atop a double-decker bus. Open Loop bus tour began operation in New York City in 2012-2013. (read the story...)


6 Things You Must See in the Financial District
(August 10, 2017) - The Financial District, also known as FiDi, is the southernmost neighborhood in Manhattan. Most people probably recognize famed downtown attractions like Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, which are often shown in movies. As the name suggests, it's also the heart of banking in the city. So what can you see here? Plenty. (read the story...)


Where to Mark the Great American Eclipse in NYC
(August 10, 2017) - For those of you who haven’t heard, the Great American Eclipse will be occurring this Monday, August 21st. Watch as the moon sets itself between the sun and the earth, causing a temporary blockage of sunlight, something that hasn’t happened across the US in 99 years. Not sure where to view the spectacle in New York City? Try out one of these five top-notch locations to take part in the festivities. (read the story...)


Secret Gardens in New York City
(August 09, 2017) - New York is mostly cement with noise. However, there are some wonderful green places where visitors go to get a little respite from city streets. Here are some of NYC's best kept secret gardens. (read the story...)


VR NYC: Where to Experience Virtual Reality in New York
(August 07, 2017) - Virtual reality is the latest, greatest way to unwind and have fun in the digital age, and NYC has some incredible ways to experience it. More than just a video game or a movie, VR transports your mind into an entirely new world where you can experience scenes and settings that you’ve only ever been able to dream up. There aren’t many places in the world with as much to do and see as NYC, from movies to tours to even a VR bar. With virtual reality on the rise, the greatest city in the world just got even better. (read the story...)


Offbeat Birthday Ideas for NYC
(August 04, 2017) - There’s no better place to celebrate your birthday than in one of the most exciting and eccentric places in the world: New York City. Sure, you can pop on some paper birthday hats and stand around a cake, but why not do something off-beat and unforgettable? NYC is full of companies and establishments that exist for the sole purpose of bringing joy and unique experiences to people just like you. The following five are perfect ways to spend your or a loved one’s special day. (read the story...)


What to Do at the Beach in NYC
(August 04, 2017) - It’s summer, it’s hot, and the beach is calling your name. You know all about standard beach pastimes like building sandcastles and sunbathing, but in New York City, there’s so much more than that. This summer, hit the sun in style by checking out these five beach activities found in the city. You can eat, drink, be merry, and still have barely scratched the surface of all the activities from this list that need to be added to your itinerary. (read the story...)


The Rolex Central Park Horse Show Returns
(July 24, 2017) - The fourth annual Rolex Central Park Horse Show will make a triumphant return to New York City from Wednesday, September 20 through Sunday, September 24th. (read the story...)


5 Great Things to Do in Queens This Summer
(July 18, 2017) - New York City is more than Manhattan and you'll find great things to do in Queens this summer. The borough is the largest of the five that comprise the city and from museums to parks to beaches, there's all kinds of great sightseeing available here. Read on for our picks for five great things to do in Queens this summer. (read the story...)


The Best Sightseeing Passes for NYC
(July 11, 2017) - There’s so much to do and see in New York City that you’d be hard-pressed to do and see it all. Package pass deals are one of the best ways to see as much as possible in the city with whatever time you have. Go way beyond the New York Pass with these five alternatives that will help you experience the sights and sounds of NYC at a discount. (read the story...)


An Adult Slumber Party on an Aircraft Carrier in NYC
(July 10, 2017) - Ever wonder what it would be like to sleep aboard an aircraft carrier? Find out as The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in NYC hosts Operation Slumber, providing the opportunity to spend the night on this legendary representative of American history. This August, on Saturday the 5th, adults can get in on the action without kids for a special one-night-only Operation Slumber: Adults Take Over. (read the story...)


7 Summer Activities Every New Yorker Should Do
(July 10, 2017) - Seven things you must experience in NYC this summer from rooftop bars to iced treats and speedboat rides through New York Harbor. We have a definite NYC summer guide to the must-sees and do’s. (read the story...)



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