Who designed Central Park?

Central Park for New York is what the Eiffel Tower is for Paris – something wrapped in thick layers of history and yet still modern at the same time. Central Park is an inseparable part of the Big Apple and it’s a multi-purpose place with attractions for people of all ages and social backgrounds. Those of you who are planning to visit New York soon should definitely add Central Park to their list of top things to do in the city. Continue reading “Who designed Central Park?”

The 8 Best NYC Galleries

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Along with all the museums in NYC visitors can find literally hundreds of smaller or bigger art galleries. New York is a city full of art galleries – modern and intriguing you can find them at every city corner. They display all kinds of art – from traditional media art, paintings and prints to contemporary art. You can see works from famous artists as well from young still unknown or rising stars. NYC galleries are strongly orientated towards contemporary art and new art forms. Continue reading “The 8 Best NYC Galleries”

7 Ways to Enjoy NYC in Summer

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New York is as interesting and diverse in the summer, as in all other seasons. If you wonder how to spend your free time, don’t worry, there are plenty of activities, most of them free to see and join. Besides all major sights, which are even more beautiful to visit in the summer, NYC offers quite a full calendar of festivals, culture and art happenings and sights of interest. Continue reading “7 Ways to Enjoy NYC in Summer”

Top 10 Free Things to Do in NYC

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Once you put your foot on the streets of New York, there are thousands of places you can visit. We’ve already mentioned how expensive can, even an average stay in this metropolis. Hotels, restaurants and bars can empty your wallet for just one day.

If you want to take all the best from your stay, fortunately in NYC you can do many things for Free! Continue reading “Top 10 Free Things to Do in NYC”