Search results

Taste of Times Square

A Taste of Times Square was developed for those of us that enjoy good food. This open air festival brings together many international dishes as well as the best street performers. Italian, Chilean and Asian restaurants that have New York as their hom...

St. Patrick's Day Parade

This Irish national holiday is very popular in New York due to the great number of people of Irish descent that live in the city. On March 17, the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, is remembered and celebrated. Green is the colour associated with...

Manhattan Island Marathon Swim

Most people will want to relax during their New York city break but for those that do like a challenge, the Manhattan Island Swim Marathon might be just up their alley, or should we say river? This swimming competition, that has the same distance as...

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

New York’s holiday season starts when Santa Claus (Father Christmas) arrives in the city during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade always takes place at the end of November and ends on 34th Street, across from the famous Macy’s department sto...

Ice-skating in New York

From the end of October until the end of March, Central Park is home to two ice skating rinks: Lasker Rink and Wollman Rink. So get some skates under your feet and go ice-skating in a magical setting of trees and parkland while New York’s skyline fol...

Harlem Week

The first Harlem Day was organised in 1974 to promote the artistic talents of the culturally diverse borough of Harlem and to strengthen the feeling of unity in the community. This proved to be a big success, so big that soon afterwards the event gre...

Discover New York with CityZapper`s unique travel guide

View all categories