November’s events

New York Marathon


Date: November 6
Time: Departure is at 8:30 am

The annual New York Marathon is held on the first Sunday of November, with a total 26.2 miles or 42 kilometers across the five boroughs of the city: Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Manhattan until it reaches Central Park in Manhattan.

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Latin America Cultural Week


Date: From 5th to 13th November 2016

On this date in New York, the Latin American Cultural Week is celebrated, where the rich cultural heritage of Latin America shares film, music, literature, theater, visual and arts performances, it also gives a chance to be played by the Latino artists.

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Ice Skating


During the winter, New York prepares its ice rinks for skaters in different parts of the city, such as Bryant Park, Central Park, Rockefeller Center and Chelsea Piers Sky Ring.

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Radio City Christmas Spectacular “The Rockettes”

Location: Radio City Music Hall
Close: From November 11 to January 2, 2017
Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular production of the 2016 festivities is held from November 11 to January 2, 2017, it is the most famous Christmas work of the United States, starring the world-famous Rockettes. The show, premiered in 1933, has become a true Christmas tradition of the city, going to see it is a spectacular experience.

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Christmas Markets

At this time of year we can visit and purchase a wide variety of objects, in different markets that take place in places such as Bryant Park, Columbus Circle Holiday, Union Square, Grand Central Station Christmas Market.

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Eve Balloon Blow-up


Date: Wednesday before Thanksgiving
Time: Between 3:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.

The protagonists of the Macy’s Thanksgiving parade are the giant balloons flying over the heads of the participants. Testing and inflating balloons are similar to the parade own show. The protocol is made a day before the parade. The entrance is on 79th Street and it begins around 4:30 pm. Trials with the inflated balloons are made around the Museum of Natural History from Columbus Avenue to 77th Street, Central Park West and return to 81st street.

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Thanksgiving Parade


Date: November 24
Start time: 9am

Thanksgiving Day gives us a show lasting approximately three hours; Floats, bands, choreographies, famous personalities and gigantic inflatable dolls are the center of attention.

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Black Friday


Date: Friday after Thanksgiving
              (November 25th, 2016)

Black Friday is the start to the holiday shopping season, where merchants offer their best and strongest discounts, rebates, promotions and offers in retail stores, department stores and large chain supermarkets appliances. The day after Thanksgiving in the US, it’s only celebrated on the last Friday of November.

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Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

Turning on Date:Tuesday, November 30th from 7 to 9 pm
Turning off Date: January 7th, 2017
The tree is shining Daily from 5:30 Until 11:30 pm

Christmas officially begins after the Thanksgiving and after turns on the Christmas Tree on the Rockellefer Center. It is decorated with 45,000 LED lights, drive for 8 kilometers of electric cables and topped with a Swarovski star.

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New York Dinner Cruise with Buffet

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Departure Point: Chelsea Piers
Departure time: 7pm (Boarding begins at 6:30 pm)
Duration: 3 hours

The cruise offers a spectacular way to see New York City. Hop aboard the boat at Pier 61 in the afternoon and get ready for a night filled with fun and entertainment. Before dinner, you’ll have the opportunity to cruise the ship while the crew loosens the moorings for the fabulous three-hour tour of New York Harbor. Then you will be invited to the free buffet and you can try your favorite dishes, including desserts, salads, meats and casseroles.

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