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NYC Pride 2021: June 1st – June 30th, 2021 30 days, 50+ events, 3 million people. The event’s attached nonprofit, Heritage of Pride, plans and produces the city’s first and only official LGBTQIA+ Pride events each year to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969: the beginning of the modern Gay Rights movement. NYC Pride March: TBA The first march was held in 1970, and has since become an annual civil rights demonstration. Over the years, its purpose has expanded to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those we have lost to illness, violence and neglect. The NYC Pride march starts at 26th Street & 5th Ave and ends at 23rd Street & 7th Ave. Paris Pride 2021: June 27th – June 30th, 2021 Grab your friends and head to Le Marais, Paris’ gay district, for a week of non-stop parties that ends with one big event: Marche des Fiertés LGBTQ (Paris Gay Pride Parade). Marche des Fiertés LGBTQ is a historic event for the French capital, born in the 80’s when a group of locals from the community united over a fight for LGBTQ+ rights. Paris Pride Parade: TBA The procession starts at Place de la Concorde (in front of the National Assembly) at 2pm and winds its way through Châtelet, Le Marais, Pont de Sully, and Bastille, before concluding with a massive (and free!) party at Place de la République. As if Pride in Paris isn’t dreamy enough, Disneyland Paris is throwing a magical Pride celebration on in June 2021. In town for a few days? Check out some of the best LGBTQ+ spots in our guide to queer Paris. Berlin Pride 2021: July 23rd – July 25th, 2021 Berlin Pride is one of the biggest European Pride events of the year. Known by locals as CSD (Christopher Street Day), the event is a gay landmark that’s been celebrated in Berlin since 1979. Today, four decades later, over one million people gather each year to honor LGBTQ+ equality and self-determination in Germany. Attendees of CSD can expect everything from official club nights in Kreuzberg to queer film screenings across the city. Berlin Pride Parade: July 24th, 2021 On Saturday, the parade leaves at 12pm at Kurfürstendamm and finishes at 14:00 at Brandenburger Tor. After dark, a huge Pride party will close the night and wrap up CSD celebrations. Want to experience CSD from boat? Head over to the CSD auf der Spree for a pom-pom filled celebratory river tour. Montreal Pride 2021: August 2021 Founded in 2007 by Montréal’s sexual & gender diversity communities, Montréal Pride Festival, aka Festival Fierté Montréal, is now the largest Francophone Pride gathering in the world. The organization’s primary mission is to “support and promote local communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice.” This year, Montréal Pride Festival will attract more than 2 million local and international visitors over two weeks of community, cultural and festive activities including free shows, panels, the Community Day and the oh-so-famous Pride Parade. Montréal Pride Parde: TBA The 2.7 km parade’s route will “symbolically link the old and the new,” departing from the former west end LGBTQ+ sector to arrive at the very heart of the new Gay Village. The parade will begin at Metcalfe Street and end on Alexandre-DeSève Street. Don’t forget to celebrate Community Day on Saint-Catherine Street in the heart of the Village. Community Day draws over 90,000 visitors and is the perfect opportunity to meet local LGBTQ+ communities, promote your services and recruit allies. New to the city? Stay in one of our favorite downtown Village lofts thanks to Airbnb Montréal and check out some of our favorite things to do in Montréal. Taipei Pride Parade: October 2021 The biggest gay event in Taiwan is the Taipei Gay Pride Paradewith more then 80,000 people from around the world attending this vibrant 4-day event. The Parade starts from Kaidagelan Blvd and moves its way through the streets of Taipei before returning to the Gay Village for a huge party. then moves thought the streets of Taipei, ending up back where it started. The Gay Pride Parade actually features three different routes, that all end up back at the Gay Village. The parade lasts for roughly two hours, so be sure to bring plenty of energy! Many Asian countries are not as LGBTQ+-friendly as Taiwan, so the Taiwan Gay Pride Parade attracts thousands of people from neighboring countries like China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, creating a truly wonderful (and international!) Pride experience. Buenos Aires Pride 2021: TBA Buenos Aires hosts its biggest celebration of diversity in November, with a week of LGBT festivities and the annual Pride parade. Events will take place at various venues, culminating in the parade that runs every year along one of the city’s most important avenues, Avenida de Mayo, from the Casa Rosada, or “pink house” – the headquarters of the Argentine national government in Plaza de Mayo to the National Congress building. The event continues outside the Congress with speeches, music and dancing, which lasts into the evening, and continues afterwards in buses, trains and bars and nightclubs. Amsterdam Pride 2021: July 31st – August 8th, 2021 Amsterdam Pride is one of the biggest (and most unique) Pride events in the entire world. Here, look forward to Amsterdam street parties all weekend long and, of course, the famous Canal Parade through the historic Amsterdam Unesco canals. Amsterdam Pride Parade: August 6th – August 8th, 2021 The boats start at the Scheepvaart museum at the eastern part of the city center moving towards the Amstel river. The floats will continue from there taking the Prinsengracht towards the Westerdok. The Canal Parade starts around 12:30 pm and will cruise until late afternoon. The street parties after the Canal Parade on start at around 16:00.  Spectators of the parade often go to Amstelveld (which is direct next to the route), the large main stage on Dam square (en route towards to Central Station) and Rembrandtplein. On top of Pride, Amsterdam’s top music venues and clubs will be hosting parties all night long. Toronto Pride 2021: June 1st – June 30th, 2021 Head over to Pride Toronto for a busy, colorful Pride weekend (with an estimated attendee count of over one million for 2021!) The celebratory weekend includes a special Family Pride program, Trans Pride, the Dyke March and the famous Pride Parade. Toronto Pride Parade: TBA The party starts from the corner of Church St and Bloor St all continues all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square. The city of Toronto urges visitors to use public transportation to make travel easy. Don’t forget to stop at one of Toronto’s famous rooftop bars after getting your Pride on. Washington DC Pride 2021: June 2021 Washington DC Pride (aka, Capital Pride Alliance) serves DC’s LGBTQ+ community through entertainment, community outreach and diversity celebrations. Each year, the nonprofit organization curates Capital Pride, which features a popular collection of events including the Pride Parade, Festival and Concert. Washing DC Pride Parade: TBA Head to the historic Dupont and Logan Circle neighborhoods to experience the parade. More than 200 organizations will walk the 1.5 mile route with floats, trucks, signs, banners, and world-famous entertainment to commemorate Pride’s history and support the LGBTQ+ community, making this one of DC’s favorite and most impactful parades. London Pride 2021: June 2021 Pride in London is “about the people, for the people.” This year’s theme is  #PrideJubilee, remembering fifty years of activism, protests and victories that have made the movement what it is today. London Pride Parade: TBA The parade kicks off at Portland Place at 12pm, moving down Oxford Circus, along Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street, Pall Mall and then passing Trafalgar Square before finishing on Whitehall. London Pride recommends that spectators avoid busy locations, like Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus, and notes that the parade will fill the whole afternoon until around 5:30pm.
Looking for real-time London Pride updates? Download their app and have everything from updates to information right at your fingertips. Pride advocate with limitations or anxiety? Book a Grandstand seat and make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action (and a great place to take a breather if you need one). Zurich Pride Demonstration: TBA The peaceful demonstration procession of Zurich Pride is the political manifestation of the LGBTIQ community throughout Switzerland. Celebrations will take place on Friday and Saturday. All LGBTIQ people, organizations, and allies from home and abroad are invited to participate in the demonstration and to peacefully announce their political message. The two- day fest offers a wide variety of artists, politics and LGBTIQ-organizations on two stages, information stands and, of course, amazing food and drink. Pride will take place on the central Place of Sechseläuten, just at the shore of the lake of Zurich. For this event, registration isn’t necessary. All folks are welcome, regardless of gender and sexual orientation, making it one of the most accessible Pride events around the world. Dublin Pride 2021: June 2021 In 1983, the first large scale LGBTQ+ protest march took place in Dublin, Ireland. It was organized by the Dublin Lesbian & Gay Collective in response to the release of the murderers of a gay man named Declan Flynn. Since then, Dubliners have been marching in the thousands to support and celebrate LGBTQ+ rights, and Pride week continues to gather people around meet-ups, parties, lectures, marathons, and more. Dublin Pride Parade: TBA Gathering on O’Connell Street and Parnell Square on Saturday, June 29th, 7,000 people from over 150 different groups with floats and marching bands and colourful costumes will lead off the parade. From O’Connell Street, the parade will turn on to Eden Quay and pass Liberty Hall, where the first large scale march for LGBTQ+ rights in Ireland started in 1983. The Parade will cross the Liffey at Talbot Memorial Bridge and travel along City Quay, Lombard Street, Westland Row and end with a free and totally fun outdoor event in Merrion Square. Johannesburg Pride Parade: October 2021 With over 30 years of advocacy, Johannesburg Pride has grown to become the most established and well-attended Pride event in South Africa. Adopting a bigger cause in 2019, Johannesburg Pride created Pride of Africa: a unified platform and voice for a diverse community, introducing a lifestyle conference and youth shelter. The Pride village will be set up on Rivonia Road, between Sandton Drive and West Str, Sandton. The march will leave from the assembly point and move en-route through the Sandton CBD. If you’re not ready to let the party die after Pride, don’t forget to check out Afropunk: one of our favorite black festivals in South Africa. Mexico City Pride 2021: June 2021 Mexico City Gay Pride truly is one of the largest, wildest and crazy gay Pride events in the whole of Latin America. Mexico City Pride, or Marcha del Orgullo LGBT de la Ciudad de México, takes place every June and attracts over one million people to the streets of the capital. Mexico City is already well known for its lively gay scene, so you can imagine that celebrations reach new heights during Pride. The first Mexico City Pride took place 1978, so get ready for a well-rehearsed (and incredible) time. Mexico City Pride Parade: TBA The main event for Mexico City Gay Pride 2021 is the Marcha de la Diversidad. The gay Pride parade departs from the soaring El Ángel de la Independencia victory column in Zona Rosa, and continues all the way to the city’s iconic Zocalo. Following the parade, a massive party will kick off in the Zocalo for the entire night. Sydney Pride 2021: June 2021 A festival of LGBTI+ art, cinema, trivia, debates, sports, fundraising activities and club events across Sydney. The Sydney Pride Festival launches at Stonewall Hotel on Thursday 6th June and runs from the 6th until the 30th June. While Sydney honors Pride month with a parade and celebrations all through June, the real party happens in February for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. Register for 2021 here. Athens Pride Parade: June 2021 Every year in June, thousands of people gather on West Washington Street for the annual Athens PRIDE Street Festival. Athens PRIDE is currently the largest gathering of the LGBTQ+ community and allies in the greater Athens area.  After Sunday’s street festival, they aim to offer smaller events focused on cultivating community and connection between the local LGBTQ+ community and allies alike. Metro Manila Pride March 2021: TBA Metro Manila Pride is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization that creates safe, affirming, informative, educational, and empowering spaces for LGBTQIA+ people in Metro Manila. The full-day event will be held at the Marikina Sports Center in Marikina City. Admission is free, but attendees should register in advance here. San Fransisco Pride 2021: June 2021 Get ready to celebrate “Generations of Resistance” at San Francisco Pride. Immerse yourself into two-days of engagement and entertainment with a full lineup on both the main stage and community stage. San Fransisco Pride Parade: TBA San Francisco Pride is one of the oldest and largest LGBTQIA parades in the world. Contingents march through the heart of the city, along Market Street, with more than 100,000 spectators. The parade starts from Embarcadero and celebrations continue all the way to Civic Center. Reykjavik Pride 2021: August 2021 2021 will been a big year for LGBTQ+ folks and allies in Iceland. Not only does 2021 mark 52 years from the Stonewall riots, but Reykjavík Pride is also celebrating its 22nd anniversary. To party it up, Reykjavik Pride will run for ten days instead of six, starting with an opening ceremony. The schedule will include a Pride Parade, outdoor festival and ginormous Pride Party. Reykjavik Pride Parade: TBA Reykjavik Pride puts the creativity into the hands of the participants, and encourages registered attendees to start prepping early so that their message is exciting, fun and entirely original. Tel Aviv Pride 2021: June 2021 Known as the gay capital of the Middle East, Tel Aviv celebrates Israel’s LGBTQ community with Tel Aviv Pride, a week-long series of totally fun events. Tel Aviv is a diverse city with multicultural influences, tourists from all over the world, and super open-minded locals. Every summer, folks of every gender, religion and color flood the streets and gather for a celebration of acceptance, love and joy. Tel Aviv Pride Parade: TBA This year the parade will start at 10am with a large fair. At 12pm, the parade will launch from Ben Tsiyon – Melchett towards Bograshov St, Ben Yehuda and the Herbert Samual Promenade. Rolling late into the evening, you can expect a parade of artists and DJ sets alongside food stands and colorful Pride merch. The parade’s last stop is the Charles Clore Garden, where thousands of people get down to live shows, hang out in bars and enjoy an amazing view of Tel Aviv’s blue beach. In town for Pride and want to see more of the country? Hop on a Gay Bus between and make stops in Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea and Galilee. São Paulo Pride Parade: June 2021 The largest gay Pride parade in the world (over 3.5 million attendees!) will celebrate its 25th anniversary when the São Paulo LGBT Pride Parade takes over the city in 2021. Dating app Grindr awarded the Sao Paulo Pride with the title of best parade in 2012, so this definitely isn’t one to be missed. São Paulo is somewhat famous for its sex clubs, cinemas and saunas. If this is your thing, all will be open and active during Pride weekend. Stockholm Pride 2021: July 2021 With its gender-fluid fashion and colorful LGBT scene, Stockholm is a vibrant, open and welcoming city. Founded in 1998, Stockholm Pride is now the Largest LGBTIQ events in Scandinavia as well as the largest annual event in Stockholm. Stockholm Pride’s activities are centered around three main arenas: Pride House, Pride Park and Pride Parade. Stockholm Pride Parade: TBA Every year, nearly half a million people flock to see the Stockholm Pride Parade. The parade marches through the center of the city (starting at at city hall and ending at Pride Park). The parade is “a joyful and colorful manifestation of love for human rights; a demonstration of the right of everyone to love and be who they want.” If you’re feeling adventurous, check out “Kinky Quarters”: a specific area with BDSM, fetishism, and other sub-cultures that common people call kinky. It was created for folks to talk, shop, and get to know more about everything associated with kink life. Shanghai Pride 2021: TBA This year, Shanghai Gay Pride celebrates its tenth birthday. Because all political demonstrations are banned in China, Shanghai Gay Pride doesn’t feature a parade. However, the organizers more than make up for it with a packed 10-day program featuring a Pride film festival, ‘pink picnic’, bike ride, run, dance party, barbecue and photo exhibition. Check out the Shanghai Pride Film Festival (SPFF), which runs in June.

leah 2 years ago

When you hear the word "city" what city comes to mind? NYC all day every day! I'm the kind of traveler that usually stays away from big cities, but if I'm going to spend significant time and money in a city, it's going to be the most formidable of cities. Most of what I know about New York City has come from years of influence from music, movies, and TV. "The city that never sleeps", "If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere", "Anything can happen in a New York minute." It's always prided itself as the place to be, and that bold mystique is what draws me to it. Why it's on my Bucket List: As a Canadian, New York City is the iconic symbol of the USA. It's a melting pot of culture and characters from all walks of life. I want to be in the heart of it, rent a bike and explore spontaneously during the day. Reserve the evenings for itinerary-type things on one of Seeker's NYC lists. When I do plan my trip to New York it will be with a big budget set aside for indulgence. I believe this is not a place to shoe-string it.

the.vagrant.optimist 3 years ago

The Empire State is the latest domino to fall in our path towards federal legalized recreational Marijuana use. On March 31, 2021, New York became the 16th 420 friendly state with its passage of legalized recreational marijuana use. “The bill allows for individuals 21 and older to possess up to 3 ounces of cannabis and 24 grams of cannabis concentrate outside the home. It also allows for individuals to grow up to six plants in their homes—three mature plants and three immature plants—with a cap of six mature plants and six immature plants per household.” While it is too early to tell exactly what’s in store for weed tourism in New York, big things are likely to follow. The state already has an extensive network of medical dispensaries. Currently, an ounce of weed in New York will cost you $339.49.

morganthomasbernard 2 years ago

New York is the ultimate destination for music lovers. While Chicago, Kansas City, and New Orleans were pivotal in the early years of jazz, the Big Apple’s jazz scene is as hot as ever with iconic venues like Birdland Jazz Club, The Iridium, and Village Vanguard. It’s also where hip-hop was born and home to neon-lit Broadway theaters where ballads are belted at matinees and evening shows. From dive bars and open mic nights to jam-packed jazz clubs to the operatic overtures at The Metropolitan Opera, New York City is a musical feast unlike any other.

laurenmack 1 year ago

Curlfest 2022: TBD Known as the largest festival in America celebrating natural beauty, CurlFest started in 2014 as an ode to Black women and our hair. Owned and operated by four Black women, The Curly Collective is on a mission to uplift and empower Black women and girls while redefining what the world’s standards of beauty look like. Every year, the festival takes over Randall’s Island Park in New York for a full day of beauty, music, food, and Black culture.  Brands that are well-loved in the natural hair community, like DevaCurl and Creme of Nature, set up interactive booths featuring on-the-spot braid bars, photo booths, and onsite shopping experiences. Art lovers can watch paintings come to life at CurlFest’s Arts District. There’s truly something for everyone at CurlFest making it feel more like a family reunion than a festival.

briari 2 years ago

NYC is the birthplace of Pride, so it only makes sense that it’s high up on this list. The Stonewall Riots were started in 1969 by Black trans activist, Marsha P. Johnson (Marsha is credited with throwing the first brick). Fed up with the constant harassment and brutality from the police, patrons at Stonewall said enough was enough and took a stand for their rights. This moment in LGBTQIA+ history paved the way for Pride celebrations all over the world and is why we celebrate Pride in June each year. Aside from being a place of significance in history, the city has been a long-standing haven for the LGBTQIA+ community where they can feel accepted and authentically themselves.

chantelloura 3 years ago

As an avid fan of The Lizzie McGuire movie, I have long fantasized about riding on the back of a Vespa through the streets of Rome. Wind blowing through my hair, hands on the waist of someone I have a major crush on – ah, bliss. With the Revel app, you can coast through the New York City streets on a Vespa without having to make the major investment of buying one. Save you (and your date) time by downloading the app on your phone ahead of time and taking the short introductory course. The app will tell you where the closest scooter is, you take a quick snapshot, throw on your helmets, and off you go! What a way to sweep them off their feet, am I right?

cleopatra 2 years ago

Many cities in the USA go all out when it comes to Chinese New Year, but the biggest celebrations are by far the ones in New York and San Francisco. In New York, you can expect to see martial arts performers, dancers, colourful outfits, and a dragon parade that heads down Mott and Canal Street on to East Broadway, Manhattan Bridge, Sara D. Roosevelt Park, and ends on Grand Street. It’s almost impossible to miss the gigantic and gorgeous display of music, dancers, floats, and dragons.

booksandbao 2 years ago

Recognized as one of the most walkable destinations in the U.S, NYC is full of miles and miles of exciting sights and activities. While attractions are spread out, NY also has a famously well-organized subway that can take just minutes to connect travelers to their destinations. Any neighborhood throughout the city is blossoming with beautiful sights, fascinating architecture, funky cafes, and more to uncover (it literally changes all the time!). So take a stroll down the Brooklyn Bridge for a legendary look at the Manhattan skyline, or tour the industrial, hip side streets of Soho- NY is perfect for a walkable adventure.

seeker 2 years ago

For any glamorous mother, NYC is the best metropolitan destination to get lost together in the busy city. It is no secret that New York has amazing food, exciting activities, and plenty of sites to see. We recommend booking a late morning brunch at Poco with bottomless mimosa to live like a *true* New Yorker, checking out some boutique galleries in Chelsea, and then hitting broadway to enjoy one of the countless world-class performances showing every day. If you haven't already, get tickets to one of the classics- Moulin Rouge, Chicago, or even Wicked for an unforgettable evening.

seeker 3 years ago

New York has a prominent Mexican-American population, as well as some of the best food and parties in the country for this holiday. The entire week of May 5th is packed full of festivities and plenty of mouthwatering tacos and fresh margaritas. Enjoy a cruise along the Hudson River, complete with Mexican cuisine and any kind of booze you can imagine, visit Greenwich Village for tasty Mexican dishes, or enjoy the free Cinco de Mayo festival that takes place on 116th street for live music and authentic street food.

seeker 3 years ago

Join 500 top chefs for the 15th annual NYCWFF October 13-16, 2022, New York City’s largest wine and food festival. The four-day festival features 80 events, including walk-through tastings, dinners with world-famous chefs, wine tastings, and classes that all benefit God’s Love We Deliver, a nonprofit that provides medically-tailored meals for people living with severe illness.

laurenmack 2 years ago

Growing up on movies like Home Alone, Miracle on 34th street, and Elf has shaped New York to be what I imagine one of the most magical Christmas experiences in the world. Along with decorated department stores and snowy weather fit for the season, little cafes to explore and try hot chocolate and Christmas cannolis, as well as beautiful illuminations and Christmas trees on every block; one day I hope to live my childhood dream of being Eloise and spending a truly classic American Christmas in the big apple.

madeleineray 3 years ago

I describe NYC as a "beautiful mess". This city stole my heart, I remember the first day we went on top of the Rockefeller Center and I cried. Right after the sunset and way too many photos, I stopped for a second to actually take it all in. I got super emotional and found myself tearing up. I was so happy, I never felt more alive. The best moments in life are when you take a moment to stop and really observe the space around you.

gaia.cozzoli 3 years ago

Nothing says Christmas like thousands of twinkling lights, festive decor, fantastical department store displays, and indulgent cuisine from around the world- AKA New York City. Enjoy an evening sipping peppermint schnapps in an Irish pub, or witness the spectacular Rockettes or ballet performing The Nutcracker, and of course, the Christmas shopping in NYC is unmatched. With gorgeous decorations along every avenue, a mashup of cultures filling the air with a festive delight, and a party spirit- this is easily one of our top winter stops.

seeker 2 years ago

We had to add NYC to this list, I mean, have you heard of the Times Square ball drop?! NYC sets aside its hustle and bustle for an electric and downright iconic celebration every single year. Whether you will be sprinkled with confetti screaming as the clock counts down in the center of Times Square, or partying at the dive bars in the Lower East Side- the city is truly electrifying on NYE and you won't want to miss it.

seeker 2 years ago

When it comes to art, it's no contest for NYC. Featuring an extensive list of renowned institutions and small galleries lining every block of the big apple, a trip to New York is an art lover's dream. Take a day trip to the Chelsea neighborhood full of cutting-edge art galleries such as David Zwirner, or famed international museums such as the Museum of Modern Art- there is enough art to fill up a lengthy itinerary in the city.

seeker 2 years ago

New York is known as the city that never sleeps, offering a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere that is second to none. With world-famous landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, a unique arts and culture scene, and some of the best shopping and dining options in the world, New York is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the United States. Its diverse neighborhoods and iconic skyline are not to be missed.

seeker 11 months ago

New York Pizza, New York Bagels, New York Cheesecake- and the list can go on. NYC is the ultimate American melting pot of cultures that has resulted in the city birthing some of the most insanely mouthwatering cuisines in the world. Wake up and sample a delicious bagel from the deli at the corner, and enjoy your evening at one of the most famous restaurants eating a five-star meal in Manhattan- the experiences are endless and versatile.

seeker 3 years ago

Locals and tourists flock to NYC Chinatown for a Lunar New Year celebration fit for the city that never sleeps. Mott and Canal Street glow with warm reds and oranges, costumed dances, and dragon processions take over the streets, and a sense of wonder and joy flow throughout the historical Chinatown neighborhood. With firecracker ceremonies, parades, and street food- you can always count on New York for an authentic experience of the Lunar New Year.

seeker 2 years ago

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    New York hands down features some of the *best* bagels in the world, with fresh, homemade doughy bagels served fresh every morning throughout the city. And while it may seem hard to find a bad bagel in the bunch, we promise that you must consider stopping by one of these legendary bagel joints while touring the city. With delicious bagels, cream cheese, and excellent toppings- it's no wonder New Yorkers love these time-tested spots so much. Let's take a dive into the big apple's best bagel list- come hungry!
  • Best Mother's Day Brunch Spots In NYC

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    A day like Mothers Day needs to start with the best pancakes in the city and maybe a fruity cocktail or two- whisking your momma away to the big city for an adventure is never a bad idea. From all-vegan oases to barn interiors in the middle of Manhattan, these cozy brunch joints are sure to give you enough energy to take the town. Let's dig into the best brunch destinations of NYC to treat your mother this May.
  • 7 Prime Spots for Outdoor Drinks in NYC

    jasmineagbhow (Jasmine Caceres)
    With summer finally here, there’s a good chance you’ll find me spending my evenings and weekends at one of these spots with a mixed drink.

New York Articles

  • Best cities in the US for taco lovers

    Tacos, with their mouthwatering combination of tender meats, zesty salsas, and vibrant toppings, have become an iconic dish beloved by food enthusiasts worldwide. In the US, these handheld treats are quickly becoming America’s favorite food, with taco trails popping up in small towns across the country, curated lists created by destinations hoping to capitalize on […]

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  • 18 of the Craziest New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Events in the US

    Three, two, one…happy new year! Cities around the globe are ushering in the new year with coordinated countdowns and wacky, wild ball drops. Arguably, the most epic New Year’s Eve event is the ball drop in Times Square in New York, but smaller spots host equally exciting countdowns that include dropping quirky objects, like a […]

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  • The Best Places to Celebrate Halloween Worldwide

    Darkness falls across the world on October 31st, ushering in a night of Halloween thrills and chills. The pagan festival of Halloween was first celebrated in Ireland 3,000 years ago. Today, the Gaelic festival is celebrated with freaky fun that includes wild halloween events, carved pumpkins, trick-or-treating, ghost tours, parades, and more. While there are […]

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  • 15 Creative Date Ideas in NYC For Any Budget

    New York: the city that never sleeps. With so much to do in one place, you’d think that picking out a date night activity would be simple. The problem is, with so many options, it can be hard to know where to start. Whether or not you plan on sleeping tonight (wink wink), there are plenty […]

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  • 17 of the Most Haunted Places in America

    Mysterious and spooky, ghosts have captivated the world for centuries. From ghost stories and seances to haunted tours of the most mysterious places on earth, the fascination with spirits and connecting with the departed skyrockets during autumn with cooler weather, long nights, and, of course, Halloween. The most haunted places in the U.S. are not […]

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  • 17 Delicious Food Factory Tours Across the US

    Ever wonder how PEZ is made? Thanks to food factory tours, hungry travelers can satisfy their curiosities…and cravings. Whether you’re road tripping across the US or exploring your own hometown, take a delicious detour at some of the country’s most beloved snack factories. From learning how ice cream is made at Ben & Jerry’s in […]

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  • The Best 4th of July Events for 2022

    As Americans begin to emerge from quarantine, cities from sea to shining sea are ready to celebrate the Fourth of July. Made a federal holiday in 1941, the US celebrates Independence Day on July 4th commemorating when the Declaration of Independence was adopted.  From patriotic parades and fireworks to battle reenactments and readings of the […]

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  • The Top 10 LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities: Ranked

    Grab your passport, pack your bags, and don’t forget your rainbow tee— these 10 cities around the world are ready to welcome you as your most authentic self. From small tropical getaways to buzzing urban scenes, these are some of the most picturesque places where members of the LGBTQIA+ community can not just feel safe, […]

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  • The Best Cities in the US For Architecture Lovers

    One of the most unquestionably enticing elements of travel is feasting your eyes on the buildings that populate your favorite cityscapes. Beyond New York City’s soaring skyline, San Francisco’s famous Golden Gate Bridge, and Savannah’s iconic oak trees lie city streets lined with skyscrapers, mansions, monuments, and more.  Architectural enthusiasts enamored with rich histories, intricate […]

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  • 21 of the Most Romantic Lake Resorts Around the World

    Brace yourself: you’re about to get lost in brilliant blue waters, beautiful high peaks, and lush emerald forests. Whether you dream of exploring Patagonia’s other-worldly landscapes, trekking alongside lions in Africa, or relaxing in European hot pools with majestic mountains jutting across the skyline, these top lake resorts promise the perfect balance of rest, romance, […]

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  • The Biggest Pride Parades Around the World 2022

    Each June, we honor the anniversary of Stonewall Uprising: the historic event that marked the start of the modern movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and asexual rights (LGBTQIA+) across the globe. To celebrate, hundreds of Pride parades will take place in every nook and cranny of the world. With demonstrations, seminars, parties, […]

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  • The Best Festivals For Black Travelers in 2023

    Community and Blackness go hand-in-hand. Simply put, it’s not easy living in a world where your culture is constantly appropriated and commodified without credit. As a response, we’ve collectively begun carving out spaces of boldness and Blackness designed by us, for us. While joining Black travel groups and following inspiring Black travel bloggers bring us together, […]

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  • Best Winter Festivals Around the World 2023-2024

    Can’t afford a steamy tropical vacation this winter? No worries. Bundle up embrace the cold with these super cozy (and family-friendly) winter festivals found around the world. Some of the best winter vacation spots are hiding right in plain sight: explore majestic ice sculptures in China, watch twinkling lights in the Netherlands, compete in winter […]

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  • Birds Eye View: 23 Incredible Places From Above

    From candy-colored mountains to palm leaf-shaped islands, the world as we know it looks completely different when viewed from the clouds. While hidden wonders exist all around the world, we compiled a list of places that totally transform when viewed from above. Here are 23 of the best bird’s eye views in the world: 23 […]

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  • Castles in America: Discover Your Own Fairytale

    Europe isn’t the only place with amazing ancient castles — America has its own short list of stunning palaces and estates that will make you feel like absolute royalty. No, Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World didn’t make the list, but you won’t be disappointed by our top must-see castles right here in the U.S. From […]

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  • 27 Heart-Shaped Natural Wonders Around The World

    Crystal clear heart-shaped lakes, tropical heart-shaped islands, sun-soaked heart-shaped mountains — Mother Nature sure hows to make us feel all kinds of warm and fuzzy with heart-shaped natural wonders found all around the world. Love love? Next year, jet off to Spain for a crazy-romantic getaway Valentine’s Day.

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  • The Best Places to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2022

    Ready to celebrate the Year of the Tiger? Here’s your ultimate guide to the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations around the world. Chinese New Year (also known as Lunar New Year and Spring Festival) means a lot of different things to folks across the globe, but one thing holds true no matter where you’re from: […]

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