Every spring, the Big Apple transforms into a breathtaking canvas of pink and white as cherry blossoms grace the New York City. Among the notable varieties are Yoshino and Kwanzan, blooming during the month of April.
Originally slated for demolition, the High Line was transformed into a public park, opening its first section in 2009. Today, it’s a lush and innovative green space showcasing a blend of nature and contemporary design.
Smorgasburg is a food lover’s paradise, with 60+ vendors selling everything from artisanal snacks to international meals. It's held every weekend in the spring across three neighborhoods.
Fleet Week in New York City is an annual event where the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard dock ships in the city’s harbors. It typically includes public ship tours, military demonstrations, and various events to honor and engage with the military.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, dating back to 1762, is a cherished tradition older than America itself. Organized by New York City’s robust Irish community, there's 150,000+ marchers, and more than 2 million spectators