Company Logo - Home Link


View Cities
June 5, 2022
15 Mistakes to Avoid in New York City

This post lists 15 mistakes people make when visiting New York City, a guide of what not to do in NYC. Nothing on this list is particularly harmful to you or to others. Rather, this list includes mistakes to avoid in NYC so that your visit is as smooth as possible!  New York City moves […]

Read More
June 4, 2022
How Safe Is Central Park in NYC?

This post answers a frequent question from tourists, “How safe is Central Park?” Below we tell you what parts of Central Park are safe during the day and night and also areas to avoid at night.  Is Central Park Safe? Every year over 40 million people visit Central Park. It is one of the must-sees […]

Read More
May 18, 2022
Is Harlem Safe To Visit?

This post answers a question that many visitors to New York City want to know, “Is Harlem safe for tourists?” Below we explain what sections of Harlem are safer than others and share some safety tips. Harlem is a fairly big neighborhood with multiple sub-sections, each with its own character and safety concerns. To answer […]

Read More
May 5, 2022
29 Best Photography Locations in NYC

This post lists the very best places to take photographs in NYC and is organized by major areas of the city frequented by visitors. You’ve got both urban and natural landscapes, buildings of nearly every architectural style, and multiple skyscrapers with observation decks with 360-degree views of the city and beyond. Midtown Manhattan From stunning […]

Read More
March 24, 2022
How to Get Broadway Rush Tickets

This post covers Rush tickets for Broadway shows in NYC. We explain what Rish tickets are and which shows offer them. We also include tips to improve your chances to secure them. WHAT IS A RUSH TICKET? If you don’t mind standing in line at the box office on the day of the show, RUSH […]

Read More
March 14, 2022
Things to Do in the East Village

This post is about things to do in the East Village, including free and nighttime activities, as well as where to eat, shop, and see art.    THINGS TO SEE AND DO 1. Experience Three Centuries of History  Discover New York’s Dutch roots at St. Mark’s in the Bowery Episcopal Church, built in 1799. Walk […]

Read More
January 29, 2022
How to Get Tickets to see Late Night With Seth Meyers 

This post explains how you can get free tickets for Late Night with Seth Meyers, including standby or rehearsal show tickets. We also include what you need to know before you arrive for taping. How to Request Tickets Attending the Show Standby + Rehearsal Tickets Other TV Show Tapings in NYC Other Things to Do […]

Read More
January 7, 2022
Restaurant Week NYC 2023

This post covers Restaurant Week, which runs for nearly four weeks between Jan 17 - Feb 12, 2023. Below you can find details as well as tips to help you secure a reservation at a 5-star restaurant.  HOW DOES IT WORK? Restaurant Week is a twice-yearly event when more than 300 of New York City's […]

Read More
December 31, 2021
New York Christmas Tree Lightings

While the annual lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree may be one of the most famous holiday events in NYC, there are many other wonderful lightings to attend throughout December. Below we list the top Christmas Tree lighting events updated for 2022. Once lit, you can visit these trees of many sizes and styles, […]

Read More
November 1, 2021
SUMMIT One Vanderbilt Tickets

This post is about visiting SUMMIT One Vanderbilt, an observation deck in Midtown Manhattan, with tips on tickets, discounts, what to expect, and how to plan your visit. WHAT IS SUMMIT One Vanderbilt? This 65,000 square-foot (6,038 square meters) entertainment space takes the concept of an observation deck to new heights, with four floors of […]

Read More
October 7, 2021
Christmas Markets in New York City

This post lists the top 13 Christmas/Holiday markets in New York City. We include dates (though most are not exact), what kinds of vendors to expect, and food options. Be sure to read our full guide on Christmas in NYC. MANHATTAN CHRISTMAS MARKETS The holiday season in New York City is one of the most […]

Read More
September 13, 2021
Friends Apartment Building in New York

This post will explain how you can find the Greenwich Village apartment building used in the hit TV show Friends. It's also a regular stop on the pay-what-you-like Free Tours by Foot's Greenwich Village Tour. TIP: If you are eager to locate TV and movie locations throughout the Big Apple, which includes many Friends locations, then consider […]

Read More
September 13, 2021
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting 2023

HOW TO GET HERE The tree is located in the middle of the Rockefeller Center complex between West 48th and 51st Streets and Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Regardless of how you choose to arrive, we recommend using this Google Maps link for directions to the tree. For information on the best spot to take that […]

Read More
September 12, 2021
Bronx Zoo | Free Wednesdays and Other Discounts

This post is about the Bronx Zoo, including what you can see there, how to get there, and the cost of admission. We also list many ways you can save on ticket prices or even go for free on Wednesdays! When is the Bronx Zoo Free? Visit on Wednesdays when admission is “Suggested Donation Day" […]

Read More
September 12, 2021
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Route

This post explains the essentials of how to attend Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 23, 2023. We include tips on where to stand for a good view, the best time to arrive, and whether or not you need tickets. On Thursday, November 23, 2023, Macy’s Department Store will hold its annual Thanksgiving Day Parade. […]

Read More
September 1, 2021
Where is the Seinfeld Apartment? | Self-Guided Seinfeld Tour NYC

This post is a self-guided tour of NYC locations for the beloved 90's sitcom Seinfeld. Let us take you to the Seinfeld apartment location, to the Soup Nazi's soup stand, and of course, Tom’s Restaurant.  INTRODUCTION The hit comedy show Seinfeld first aired in July of 1989, bringing New York City into the homes of millions […]

Read More
Back to Top