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Planning a Holiday to New York City

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NYC greets over 53 million visitors both domestic and international who flock in from different parts of the world to experience the spirit of New York besides popular destinations throughout the year. Every season has some reason to look forward to in this vibrant city. A walk in a Central Park during Fall is one of the pleasant experience in the world, dressing up as Santa and  gazing at glittering city makes winter as special as ever. New Year, Christmas in winter season is famous globally, fall brings Marathon, ComicCon and Fashion week, spring open doors for baseball seasons and Tribeca Film Festival and Summer has Independence Day and US Open.

Spring Holidays in NYC

Temperature- Average High: 60oF (16oC), Average Low: 45oF (7oC), March and April tends to be rainy.
What to Wear- A waterproof jacket and umbrella is must, get sweaters also as it can be cool at nights.

NYC is one of the most alternative spring break destinations in USA. From bar hoppers to theater fans, from museum to broadway shows, from cool circus to interactive exhibits, NYC provide astounding choices to you in spring break. The annual Orchid Show takes place during spring break in the city. Central Park is a must see for it's splendid view. Brooklyn Botanic Garden and New York Botanical Garden are a must visit for it's mind-boggling scenic beauty. You can also take a boat to Statue of Liberty by Circle Line which offers sight-seeing to Yankee Stadium, Ellis Island, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and Brooklyn Bridge. Spring Break in NYC brings festivities to the evergreen city- Macy's Flower Show, the Tribeca Film Festival, the opening of baseball season, the Easter Parade and Patrick's Day parade. Some of the events to attend in NYC during Spring are:

Tribeca Film Festival
St. Patrick's Day in New York City
Ice Skating in New York City
Easter Day Parade
Cherry Blossom Festival at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden
Earth Day

Summer Holidays in NYC

Temperature: Average High: 85oF (29oC), Average Low: 70oF (21oC)
What to Wear: A light sweater or waterproof jacket

Summer has the most reliable weather in NYC and offer marvelous to-do list for New Yorkers and visitors. There is Fourth of July celebrations in New York City, the annual Museum Mile Festival, many organized walking tours, River to River Festival, Bryant Park Summer Film Festival, Central Park Film Festival and many more. The 843-acre central park is the must visit in NYC and has a romantic Boathouse Restaurant, theater, a zoo, a reservoir, and acres of grassland perfect for picnics. You can also visit the High Line which is famous for it's sunset view over the river. You can also take a boat to Statue of Liberty by Circle Line which offers sight-seeing to Yankee Stadium, Ellis Island, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building and Brooklyn Bridge.Walk in to Brooklyn Bridge for great views of Manhattan. New York Botanical Garden is a living museum of natural world. Take a ride with kids to Bronx Zoo to see about 600 animal species. Some of the important event in Summer Break are :

Celebrate Brooklyn
Shakespeare in the Park
Summerstage
Summer Movies
Independence Day
NYC Restaurant Week
The US Open

Fall Holidays in NYC

Temperature: Average High: 65oF (18oC), Average Low: 50oF (10oC)
What to Wear: A sweater or medium weight jacket

New York City is neither too cold nor too hot in Fall season and that's make it perfect destination to travel in this season. There is a New York Comedy Festival, Big Apple Halloween, Thanksgiving Day, NYC Wine & Food Festival, Broadway shows and many more. Take a day trip to Hudson valley for its beautiful riverfront scenery and abundance of trees. New York’s annual Village Halloween Parade is   not to be missed event with thousand of people in dressed ghoulishly in costumes and you will be bewitched by options for party and events. participating displaying   in parties and event .The East River Ferry offers inexpensive rides (with views of the Brooklyn, Williamsburg, and Manhattan Bridges). Visit Next Wave Festival with musical and theatrical performers from around the world. Fall is a perfect time to head out to the North Fork of Long Island for fine wine and dining. Watch the enormous balloons being inflated on Thanksgiving Day. Some of the events to attend in NYC during fall are:

Next Wave Festival
New York Film Festival
Metropolitan Opera season
New York Comic Con
New York City Marathon
The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
NYC Wine & Food Festival

Winter Holidays in NYC

Temperature: Average High: 36oF (4oC), Average Low: 26oF (-3oC)
What to Wear: A warm coat, hats, earmuffs, scarves, and gloves/mittens, boots or galoshes.

Winter is a wonderful time to visit NYC as the city is getting prepared to celebrate Christmas and welcome New Year. There is SantaCon where you can dress up as Santa and join drunk brigade, great time to visit Madison Avenue as many stores offer huge Christmas discount. NYC has most live shows during this season and around 1 million people waiting for the ball drop in Times Square during New Year's Eve. Jump into the Atlantic Ocean with thousands of New Yorkers to celebrate annual swim day. Get your seats reserved for New York City Ballet show "The Nutcracke". Book a day for ice skating at one of these options in Bryant Park, Van Cortland Park and Central Park. Some of the important events during winters are:

Chinese Lunar New Year
New York City Restaurant Week
Fashion Week
Ground Hog Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
New Year's Eve
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