10 things you shouldn't miss in New York in the summer
Visit the rooftop at Metropolitan Museum , by far the best view of Central Park. Entry is included in the City Pass, which you can purchase here CLICK or we also offer the sole ticket CLICK
Movie Night in Bryant Park - Every Monday there is an outdoor cinema in Bryant Park in Manhattan, 42nd Street and 6th Ave. Admission is free and the meadow will be open to entry from 5:00 p.m. You can get a snack across the street in the “Wohle Foods” shop.
Rooftop Tour - Hot summer nights among the skyscrapers in New York can sometimes get stuffy. Fortunately, you can climb the buildings and admire the lights of the city that never sleeps from above. Rooftop bars are the ideal place to dream. Our rooftop tour, where we visit three rooftops in one evening, is a way to spend the evening, Tuesday - Saturday, starting at 7:00 p.m. Click here for the tour.
Beach trip - Only 45 minutes from Manhattan by subway ( how to navigate the subway ) there are beautiful beaches such as Rockaway Beach or Conny Island. The Hamptons are even more beautiful, a great family trip. We also offer a day tour there. CLICK
Free Summer Concerts - New York is a musical city and New Yorkers love to host parties in the open air. The list of concerts can be found here nycfreeconcerts.com
Summer season is baseball season - A Yankees or Mets game in the Bronx at Yankee Stadium or in Queens at City Fields. Tickets for the Yankees CLICK or for Mets CLICK .
Walking across the Brooklyn Bridge at sunset is a fascinating experience. As the sun slowly disappears behind the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline lights up, a sight that leaves even those who don't like big cities speechless. We included a walking tour with DUMBO and Seaport Village. CLICK
Smorgasburg - Williamsburg, Brooklyn hosts a waterfront food festival every Saturday from 11 a.m. with great views of the New York skyline. 160 different vendors, something you shouldn't miss if you love food.
Sunset cruise with live jazz - There is no place where you can enjoy the sunset as beautifully as by the water. Caught between the Statue of Liberty and the skyline with the sounds of live music, it couldn't be better. Every Monday and Thursday evening, only in August and September, our ship leaves at 7 p.m. More detailed description and tickets are available CLICK HERE
Ice cream at Columbus Circle- Grom is a small Italian ice cream chain with several branches in Manhattan that makes its gelato only with the best ingredients. There is a branch at Columbus Circle, where you can put your feet up by the fountain in the middle of the roundabout near Central Park, enjoy life and eat a delicious ice cream.