Great Walks in NYC
Tours of New York abound, but these bespoke, pop-culture-themed itineraries will help you discover a new side of NYC
Fri Oct 3 2014
These great walks explore New York through the lens of our favorite music, TV shows, movies, books and events. Channel Zosia Mamet and the cast of Girls while wandering the West Village, and embark on a journey of kinky discovery a la Fifty Shades of Grey’s nouveau nymphet Anastasia. Or if you’re as psyched about fitness as we are, use Manhattan’s West Side as your personal training center, then reward yourself with a cold craft beer.
We've got ten NYC treks perfect for everyone from brownstone lovers to beer guzzlers
More great walks
Punk bands and history come alive on this East Village walking tour
Become the hero-or heroine-of your own story
Imagine you’re in Game of Thrones’ Westeros as you tour NYC’s Chinatown and Lower East Side
E.L. James’s Fifty Shades trilogy sparked curiosity in kinky sex, but we’ll school you on the real side of BDSM
HBO’s hit series Girls reminds us why we love NYC, from the High Line to dive bars
Indie bars and live-music venues thrive in Greenpoint and Williamsburg
So You Think You Can Dance addicts can embrace the dance craze
Zooey Deschanel and her adorkable New Girl character, Jess, would approve of this Fort Greene walking tour
Guys who want to be stylish can learn something from Pearson Hardman attorney Harvey Specter on the TV show Suits
We asked people tell us the weirdest sight they’ve stumbled upon while wandering NYC
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- Holiday Under the Stars
- Christmas Lights and Cannoli Tour
- Columbus Circle Holiday Market
- Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park
- Macy's holiday windows
- Barneys New York holiday windows
- Henri Bendel holiday windows
- Winter Solstice Celebration
- Radio City Christmas Spectacular
- Grand Central Holiday Fair
Here are the ten New York experiences you simply can’t miss.
Don’t fret, penny-pincher—each of these fun cheap date ideas will cost you $30 or less.
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