Friday, February 28, 2020


It is often said that New York is the city that never sleeps, and that is because there is much to see and do! You can live here a lifetime, but there will always be something new to try or explore. Our list of 15 things to do in New York is just the tip of the iceberg of all that this city has to offer, so take note and if you're willing to do those activities, don't think about it anymore and launch yourself and do them and be alone or with your areja or friends ...

1. Visit Broadway! There is nothing like a Broadway show. Whether to watch a spectacular musical or an intimate introspective work, you have to find an egg to enjoy a show!

2. It is not tropical, but Manhattan is an island, and one of the best ways to contemplate its impressive horizon is by boat excursion. Choose between a one-hour cruise to the Statue of Liberty or a three-hour dinner cruise on a glazed ship. Regardless of the option you choose, it will be a wonderful experience.

3. Some of the most famous sports and concert venues are located in New York City. Do not miss the opportunity to go to a performance or a match at Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall or the Metropolitan Opera House. They all offer behind the scenes tours.

4. Kiss your partner in front of the LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana.

5. Stroll through the High Line at sunset and end at the Whitney Museum, which is open until 10 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Have a cocktail at Untitled or on the rooftop of Studio Cafe.

6. New York can become an asphalt jungle, although you can escape to the Bronx and visit the Botanical Garden to walk among flowers and wildlife. Some of the outstanding activities held in this place are the shows ‘Orchid Show’ and ‘Holiday Train Show’. Every Friday and Saturday night, check out the Car Bar, where you can enjoy a good cocktail or wine, while enjoying their special performances.

7. Every New Yorker has their favorite pizza. Sign up for the pizza tour to decide which one is yours.

8. With thousands of books inside, The Strand is an icon in New York. Wander around this bookstore in search of hidden treasures, from the shelves of offers to the rare books section.

9. Chelsea Market hosts numerous food establishments, restaurants, bars and food stalls. Be sure to visit Artists & Fleas to do some shopping before leaving.

10. Travel Central Park by bike and head north to the least crowded place. You may even find some waterfalls.

11. Although small, Bryant Park is a park full of activity. Summer is synonymous with movies, Broadway and yoga, among other plans. At Christmas, it becomes a real winter Wonderland.

12. Walk through the historic Lower East Side Jewish neighborhood and taste dishes such as lox, pastrami, knishes or pickles, among many other traditional delicacies.

13. The Lower East Side Tenement Museum tells the story of immigrants who arrived in the United States through the recreation of their homes. Moreover, there are actors who put themselves in the shoes of those residents. It is an interactive museum in which history truly comes alive.

14. The students of Upright Citizen Brigade Improv Theater participate in some of the most important comedies, both on the big screen and the small one. Discover the faces of the next stars before they are famous for only $ 7 per ticket.

15. If you are looking for authentic little Italy, visit Belmont in the Bronx. In the surroundings of Arthur Avenue you can taste the freshest mozzarella, at Casa Della Mozzarella; the best bread, in Adeo Bakery; or sausages, in Teitel Brothers. Any other Italian delicacies you can think of, you have it at the Arthur Avenue Market. To put the finishing touch, treat yourself to Trattoria Tra di Noi, a traditional restaurant that will make you travel to Italy.

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