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Published : Sep, 2023

Sites and attractions | Local transport | Any food | Cultural Activities | Outdoor Activities
Jackson Heights | Empire State Building | World Trade Center Memorial | Tenement Museum | New Jersey | Brooklyn | Southern Manhattan | Staten Island Ferry | Flushing | Queens | Brooklyn Bridge | Broadway | Statue Of Liberty
Hear about travel to New York City as the Amateur Traveler talks to Rebecca Shoval from Not Just Tourists NYC about her adopted home in the city that never sleeps.

Why should you go to New York City?

Rebecca says, “I think someone should come to New York for so many reasons. I think it’s this incredibly vibrant place. It exudes life and I find walking around the city, it really just gives you energy. It’s also this vibrant multicultural place where you can really see the way that there’s so much commitment to the city and to the culture and to people really living in something resembling harmony next to each other… or at least ignoring each other and not getting in each other’s business. There are so many different things to do.”

Published : Nov, 2021

Sites and attractions | City tours or passes
Walking Tour | Central Park | The High Line | Statue Of Liberty | Trinity Church | 9/11 Memorial | Broadway | Times Square | Museum Of Modern Art | Battery Park | Bronx Zoo | Federal Hall | Brooklyn Bridge | Grand Central Terminal
New York is an amazing city to visit as a tourist. I’ve been a handful of times now, and always look forward to it. There’s so much to do! But it’s also expensive.

Today, my friend & travel author Matt Kepnes shares tips for things to do in New York City on a budget after living there for many years. Tips are his, photos are mine. Here’s Matt:

New York is one of my favorite cities. In fact, I love it so much I lived there for close to five years. I can never get enough of it!

To me, NYC is the center of the world, with people, foods, and cultures from everywhere. It has a wild nightlife scene, and there’s a never-ending list of things to see, do, and experience.

You can never be bored in NYC.

But, as awesome as it is, it can easily break the most hardened of budgets without proper planning.

Tourists often decry New York’s cost, but this is also place of starving artists and underpaid interns. To be a local is to know where the deals are.

Despite what most people think, it’s actually possible to have a fun, budget-friendly trip to the Big Apple without breaking the bank — if you know where to look.

So, if you want to take it in without spending a fortune, here are the best things to do in New York on a budget: