Getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas & The New Year


We are all excited (after 2 years!!) to finally be able to celebrate the most beautiful, and magical, time of the year for the city of New York with locals, domestic & international visitors!!

You may think it’s early, as we just celebrated Halloween to start now but this time more then ever, we might need to plan a bit in advance with still some restrictions on capacity and reduced availability across the board.
We are only 2 months away from NYE and it’s time to prepare ourselves for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year — celebrating the 2022 arrival! 

It all starts with Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has always been the official start of the Holiday Season in New York. On the third Thursday of November, New Yorkers & Visitors alike get ready to see the parade and then ... read our article on the events and how Americans prepare to celebrate >>>  Thanksgiving Day in New York

Christmas is approaching fast - Trees Lighting & Holiday Markets 

Although certain markets & Christmas decorations are already up (i.e. Bryant Park & Radio City Hall,) the weekend of Thanksgiving, is when the whole city lights up with infinite lights and extravagant decorations everywhere. The stores’ windows come alive and the streets become real Christmas villages. Have you ever been to Dyker Heights in Brooklyn? It’s a Thrilling Experience!
And then there are the Holiday Markets and ice-skating rinks, carols and shows on Broadway and Radio City ... read our article on Christmas & The Holidays in New York >>>  What to do and events not to be missed

A magical night —New Year's Eve in New York 

It is the dream of many to celebrate New Year’s Eve in the city … There are those who imagine themselves right in the middle of Times Square waiting for famous Ball Drop while playing the classic “Auld Lang Syne,” also known as Old Long Since, those in Central Park or Washington Square Park celebrating with locals, there are those who dream of getting atop the Empire State Building and enjoy the Firework Show from above (kinda like An Affair to Remember or Sleepless in Seattle,) those that instead are looking for Gala Dinners aboard Yachts with live music &  dancing while sailing the Hudson River to reach the New York Bay and watch the fireworks, a unique show with the Manhattan Skyline on one side and the Statue of Liberty on the other. In short, December 31st is a magical night and you have plenty of ways to enjoy it >>> All the ways to celebrate New Year's Eve