Category : Event

Valentine’s Day in New York

The day of the lovers known as Valentine’s Day, is celebrated on February 14 and is a very popular occasion New York. Already beginning to glimpse a month earlier the decorations of red hearts and chocolates that announce the celebration, everywhere.
Where to go, and what to do?

During the day, you can see the city or take a stroll through Central Park. Maybe you can make a proposal to your partner on the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park, or the famous bridge (The Bow Bridge). Is there anything more romantic than that?

Even in the busiest locations in New York, including Times Square, St. Valentine’s Day is celebrated with much enthusiasm. You can return to say “I do” to your partner in the middle of the square, for example. In addition, each year a different designer creates a special decoration dedicated to love.

To the question of what will you do on Valentine’s Day do not stay without an answer, see all the programs that exist in the city for all romantics: traditional, innovators, singles and others.

Dinner cruise on Valentine’s Day
To bring your partner to New York in February is special, and cruising on Valentine’s Day it is even more. Valentine’s Boat Tour is the perfect way to impress your loved one! You will spend the night trying various types of wine, listening to romantic music and walking around the deck. Also, if you dare, you can dance to the music of the DJ.

Duration: 3 hours
Starting point: 41st Street Marina
Departure time: 19:00PM
Under the stars

The planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History organizes “Romance under the Stars”, especially for Valentine’s Day. An evening with an open bar for half an hour with drinks, champagne, chocolates and snacks, music of Josh Rutner Quartet, followed by the best love stories of all time under the starry sky of the planetarium.

February 14, 6:30 to 9:00 PM, 2014

Hayden Planetarium Space Theater, 81 St and Central Park West.

Tickets 85$ per person in advance

In the heights

Climbing to the roofs of the Empire State, a tradition that comes from the film An Affair to Remember 1957 and its subsequent imitations. Every year, there are even couples who celebrate their wedding on the 80th floor of the historic building and get lifetime, free access for Valentine’s Day. For those who prefer a very popular scheme, which emulates the cinematic.

8 to 2 AM, 365 days a year

350 5th Avenue and 33rd St,
212-736-3100

Dance the tango
Tango is an excellent plan in order to make two on Valentine’s Day, amateurs and beginners. There are several places in the city where to take classes for all levels, or go directly to dance. In some cases, classes and dances are in restaurants where besides learning; you can eat and drink to the rhythm of two by four.

 

Skating
Besides a good excuse to hold, ice skating is a fun activity to do at night, illuminated by the lights of the city and accompanied by music. New York has some ice skating rinks in different parts of the city.

Chocolates

Love and chocolate go together for many. The city has several places to buy it for a gift, or go to consume and spend Valentine happier. Traditional, exotic, imported, there is chocolate for everyone.

There are many places where you can enjoy a romantic evening, and many dining cruises with whom you are bound to earn more points. Then you can enjoy the rest of the night in the trendiest bars in the city. Even if you are single you can also spend a great evening with friends in the Temple Bar, where it is easy to meet someone famous. In short, you can do a lot of romantic things in New York!