It’s 2017, and people today are rarely buying print travel guidebooks. The abundance of digital content out there makes it easy for anyone to travel like an expert, and Twitter will help you sift through it all. Beginning with one of our most large and overwhelming cities, we put together a short guide of seven twitter accounts to follow for your New York City vacation.


From restaurant guides to articles on the hottest new restaurants in the city, Eater will help you find your way to the heart of New York City’s magnificent food scene. Stellar photography, and well vetted choices make this a can’t fail.


New York City has more art museums and galleries than any one person can know what to do with. Check out New York Art Beat for information and pictures from the city’s best exhibitions and openings.


You can google a list of New York City music venues to see what major concerts are in town, but if you want to sift through the city’s extensive jazz scene, check out this account, which offers insights into shows, giveaways, and more.


Broadway is one of New York City’s greatest attractions, and this Twitter account will keep you in the loop on the most talked-about shows, performances, and ticket deals in town. Before waltzing into Times Square, be sure to educate yourself with Broadway World.


The Village Voice has long been the greatest media voice to represent the streets and subcultures of New York City. Now a city largely comprised of off-the-beaten-path attractions, you’ll need an account like this guide to shows, free things to do, and trendy eats.


Self-described as the “official” guide to NYC, NYCgo does a lot to live up to the hype. Every day this Twitter account provides new insights into everything fun to do in New York City. Follow for updates on events, arts, food, and much more.


An Independent Collection property, the Duane Street Hotel is the epitome of everything cool in Lower Manhattan. Check out the Tribeca property’s account for links to insightful blog posts and exciting travel deals.