Summer is finally here; which means it is time for the sun to breathe down, peeking out at us from behind clear, patches of cloud. It’s the season to kick back, relax and enjoy bright weather. For many, it is the time of the year to venture out on vacations to brilliant locations, enjoy culture and see wonderful, breathtaking sights. For some others, this is the season to spend more time with family, enjoy long or short walks around the neighborhood, and eat exclusive dinners at fancy restaurants.
Maybe all you want to do this summer is spend time exploring the famous city of New York, get to witness the hustle and bustle of this busy city as a visiting tourist or get a better perspective of the place as a resident. Whichever the case, New York City offers brilliant sights, destinations and events that are guaranteed to excite, inspire and motivate you. If you are looking for ideas on new things to try this summer in NYC, or activities to indulge in or different ways to explore this city, then you have come to the right place. Follow us, as we reveal some new and fun things to try in NYC.
Take a Walk on the Brooklyn Bridge
If you’re one sucker for famous landmarks, then you definitely need to set foot on the Brooklyn bridge. At the right time, in the right position, a walk on the Brooklyn bridge offers you an opportunity to witness a legendary sunset over the water that stretches for miles. In a time when we drool over incredible images of nature’s beauty on the internet, you’d definitely enjoy witnessing one live.
Observe the Beauty of NYC from the Top of the Rock
Dying to see how it looks in New York City at Night, then hit the Top of the Rock observation deck at the Rockefeller Center and you are sure to get a really impressive 360-degree view of New York City. This sight is even more impressive when you experience it at night because that’s when all the lights come on and the city is a sight to behold.
Pay a Nostalgic Visit to the Farmers’ Market at Union Square
If you’re one with a knack for the fresh smell of fruits, vegetables and other newly harvested products, then a visit to the Farmers’ Market at Union Square would do you much good as it offers one really nostalgic experience.
Enjoy a Different Sight to Central Park
If you have seen or witnessed Central Park when it is covered in a blanket of snow, you would definitely enjoy the change of shade when you witness it in the summer light. Visit Central Park and enjoy the exhilaration from walking the paths, taking in the vistas of the lakes, admiring the pavilions and the monuments and watching the squirrels as the scurry around, searching for nuts and other pieces of edible stuff. Give yourself the opportunity to witness the buzz of, arguably, the world’s most famous city park.