Things to do IN NYC during the holidays

K and G Limousine team loves the holidays – even though the weather gets chillier –there great events and holiday traditions that hold true for everyone. So hold to your shoe as we go through what great things you can do during this Holiday season.

Thanksgiving – Yes! It is most Americans favorite holiday. Many Americans travel during this time of year whether to or from somewhere they do this to be with their families and/or loved ones, this is the busiest time for airlines and airports in the United States. Most of the airports in the New York area are packed not only from people across the globe but especially from people across the country.

Thanksgiving Day Parade

In New York you cannot miss the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade! It’s something you have to do if you ever visit New York, at least once, during this time. Celebrities and high profile stars are in the floats and you cannot forget the showcase they do at Herald Square. Most of New York is closed off during the morning but it’s a great spot to see your favorite celebrities if they’re invited. This year, it is the 90 th parade. Tony Bennet, Grace Vanderwaal, The Muppets and many others will be there. Don’t forget the floats and the wonderful balloons!

Black Friday Shopping

You can do this absolutely anywhere! However, NYC has great prices and of course great offers. I know most people enjoy this time to do their massive amounts of shopping. This is where K and G Limousine would like to step in and say, if you’re interested if car service and being driven around the favorites spots/outlets and have an hourly service, contact us. We will give you Black Friday Specials and ensure that your shopping travel service is great!

2016 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting

There is something many tourists and New Yorkers that enjoy is the beginning of the Holiday Season in NYC and one of the biggest traditions is the Tree Lighting. The 2016 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting. The Tree Lighting this year is on November 30, 2016. All the streets are closed especially for people to see this tradition still happen. The ceremony will begin at around 7pm and end at 9, with various performances. If you miss out on the lighting – the tree will be lit until January 7, 2017. So enjoy the beginning of the holiday season with a wonderful NY Tradition.

Ice Skating

There are three great places that you can Ice Skate in New York City.

Bryant Park

Wollman Rink at Central Park

Rockefeller Center