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There is so much to see in New York City! Its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activity, and there are world-famous sites around every corner. From the iconic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s incredible food scene and the fascinating museums, you could spend months exploring NYC. Here’s my ultimate New York travel guide to help you plan an unforgettable trip!

Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.

Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.

Best Time to Visit: There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime and the fall . Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.

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Helpful Tip: If you’re visiting NYC during the winter months, there’s a chance it might snow! Pack enough layers to keep you warm while you’re exploring and bring along your biggest coat!

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New York is separated into many different neighborhoods, each with a unique atmosphere. Here are the best ways to get from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side and everywhere in between:

Subway: The subway is the best way to get around NYC. You’ll avoid all the bumper to bumper traffic, and it’s super affordable! The trains run 24 hours a day, and you can download a subway map to make sure you get off at the right stop.

Uber/Taxi: If you’ve got a lot of luggage or shopping bags, it’s easier to take a cab than get on one of the crowded subway trains. You can easily hail a yellow cab from the street or request a ride with Uber. Even though taxis are an iconic part of NYC culture, I highly recommend taking an Uber. The drivers are more reliable and the fares are cheaper. However, there’s no quick way to get around the city with either option so stick to the subway as much as you can.

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Walking: Prepare to walk a lot! With most of the top attractions within walking distance of each other, you don’t need to rely on public transportation to get around all the time. NYC is a walkable city, and you’ll discover a few hidden gems along the way.

The average cost of an Uber or taxi ride into New York City from these airports is:A trip from JFK to Manhattan has a flat fee of $52 + tip.A ride from LaGuardia Airport to Times Square will cost $40 + tip.

I usually stay in when I visit New York. There’s a variety of accommodation options to choose from, whether you’re looking for SoHo lofts or a studio apartment with epic rooftop views.

is another of my favorite boutique New York City hotels for solo travelers. It has a games room, a 24-hour gym, five on-site eateries, and a rooftop bar. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet up with other travelers while enjoying the hotel’s beautiful decor and commissioned artworks.

Located within walking distance of the Grand Central Station, is one of the Spend the evening playing board games in the lobby or head up to the rooftop for city views and a sundowner.

New York City

is an urban nest that combines bohemian fabrics with modern finishings. The rooms look out onto the NoMad townhouses and their cocktail bar, Good Behaviour, boasts sweeping views of the Empire State Building.

For an ultra-luxe experience in NYC, book a room at It’s recognized as one of the top hotels in the world and is worth the splurge. The hotel is covered with Baccarat crystals and comes with a spa curated by La Mer Skincare.

is perfect for art lovers and eco-travelers. It uses upcycled materials and artwork to tell the city’s history and takes its sustainable ethos seriously. Inside the hotel, you’ll find the Bamford Spa, a casual cafe and a pool on the tenth floor that overlooks the East River.

is one of New York’s trendiest boutique hotels. It’s retro glamour decor set the tone for an incredible stay in the city. I especially love their old-world Lobby bar! Book a north facing room if you want views of the Empire State Building.

Located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, is an upscale jazz hotel. With something going on almost every night, it’s a great choice for solo travelers! Hang out at the basement jazz club, try a craft cocktail at Paul Sevigny’s nightclub or watch a retro film at the on-site cinema.

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Established in 1975, Joe’s Pizza makes some of the best pizza in New York. I’m not the only one who thinks so; it’s a favorite among celebs like Ben Affleck.

What to Order: A slice of Sicilian square pizza.

Chelsea Market is a must-visit for foodies. At a block long and a block wide, it’s full of vendors selling everything from bottles of wine to coffee and delicious plates of food. Come here hungry and ready to sample a little bit of everything!

What to Order: You can’t go wrong with something from Los Tacos!

Home to the NYC hot dog, Katz Deli has been serving the people of New York for over 100 years. The family-owned restaurant also makes corned beef and out this world dill pickles. There’s nothing more New York than that!

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What to Order: Try the Chili Dog or Frankfurter!

Located in Hudson Square, NoMad, and Chelsea Market, Chalait is a firm favorite among New Yorkers. With their signature matcha tea and avocado toast, it’s a great place to stop for breakfast or brunch before a day of sightseeing.

What to Order: The Matcha Smoothie Bowl or the Smoked Salmon on Toast are my favs!

For some of the best bagels in New York City – go to H&H Midtown Bagels! There’s plenty to choose from with options available for vegetarians and vegans.

What to Order: Try the Lite Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Cheese Sandwich!

New York City

Hungry for more? Check out my guide on

Bushwick is a vibrant neighborhood that’s home to some of the top thrift stores in the city. My favorite spots include Brand Hunters , The Lion’s Den and Green Village .

If you’re a movie buff, don’t miss the chance to visit Washington Square Park! It’s located in Greenwich Village and has made appearances in blockbusters like I am Legend, Ghostbusters and When Harry Met Sally.

Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best It won’t cost you a dime to walk along the bridge and take in the city’s iconic skyline. If you’re visiting NYC with your partner, bring along a lock and add it to the collection near Manhattan Tower.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts over 5,000 years of art. For $25 you can explore the museum’s ever-changing exhibits.

New York City

FREEDOM TOWER AND 9/11 MEMORIAL

Visit the 9/11 memorial and pay tribute to the lives lost in the tragedy. There are twin reflecting pools, a massive humanmade waterfall and gold panels inscribed with the names of everyone who died.

If you’re on a tight budget, I recommend splurging on the entrance for the Top of the Rock. You’ll get access to 360-views of Manhattan and beautiful photos to remember your time in the city. Be sure to bring a warm jacket – it’s windy up there!

For a different view of New York’s skyline, head up to the 86th or 102nd floor of the Empire State building. You’ll have 360-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the iconic Central Park! Pack a picnic and relax on the Great Lawn, attend free concerts or get lost wandering down one of the many paths.

New York City

Times Square is an iconic attraction and deserves a spot on any New York itinerary. If you’re in NYC for the holidays, make sure to head to Times Square for the famous “ball drop” at midnight!

Coney Island is a great budget-friendly activity in New York City. Spend the day exploring the boardwalk or stay after sunset to watch the Friday night firework display.

Escape the bustle of the city and wander around the Conservatory Gardens for a few hours. It’s the only formal garden found in Central Park and is open from 8 AM until dusk.

Grand Central Station is an iconic piece of NYC architecture. Countless movies and TV series, like Gossip Girl and Sex and the City have shot scenes here. The best part? It’s free to visit! Just don’t forget to look up to admire the incredible ceiling art!

For an incredible view of the Hudson River and the NYC skyline, visit the High Line. It’s a 1.45-mile park that’s built on an old elevated railway. While you’re admiring the view, you can grab some street food from the vendors and check out the art installations.

New York City

New York’s spectacular street art is reason enough to visit. The best pieces are in Bushwick, with more than 100 blocks worth of art. Most of it is temporary, with new pieces going up every 12 months.

While you can’t go inside the Flatiron Building, you can still admire it from the streets of New York. It’s one of my favorite locations to take photos of the city!

Another thing that’s worth splurging on in New York is a Broadway show. If you want to risk it, you can try to get discount tickets at one of the booths in Time’s Square – but get there early as the lines become long fast!

Are you a fan of SNL? Make your way to the and get a sneak peek at New York’s up and coming comedy talent. Tickets cost only $10 per person!

Another comedy club that you can check out is Brooklyn’s . SNL star’s like Pete Davidson often perform here, and ticket prices range from free to $35.

New York City

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Depending on where you are coming from, it is possible to get to New York by train, plane, bus, or car.

There are two major airports you can fly into , and there are more than 100 airlines that fly into the city from all over the world.

You can also take a train from another state into Grand Central Station or Penn Station. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, take a long-distance bus like Greyhound or Megabus.

Where to Find the Best Food in NYC

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The USA is the perfect destination for scenic drives, delicious food, cosmopolitan city life, cultural diversity, beautiful beaches, and so much more.

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the US - but it's possible to see it on a shoestring. Here are my tips for exploring NYC on a budget!

Eating your way through New York is one of the best ways to explore the city! Here's where you can find the best food in NYC - no matter your budget.

New York City

It’s a weekend in the Big Apple, and you’re all revved up for shopping, tasty eateries, and sightseeing. Here's my guide to New York City in a weekend!

I had always dreamed of admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5th Avenue, ice skating in Central Park, tasting the roasted chestnuts of a street vender and feeling the cold kiss of a snowflake while standing in Times Square.

Planning the ultimate trip to NYC for New Years Eve? Here's everything you need to know to ring in the new year in style!

Planning a trip to NYC, but short on time? Here are my top 8 things to do in NYC to help you see the best of the Big Apple!

Giant Christmas trees, ice skating, Rockettes, and more, NYC can be a true winter wonderland. Don't miss the top things to do in New York during Christmas!

New York City

Brunch in New York is a big thing- some people love it, some hate it . As a brunch veteran, here are my tips on where to find the best brunch in Manhattan!

Join over 1 million people and get exclusive travel tips, giveaways and more!

Copyright © 2019 The Blonde Abroad | All Rights Reserved

Popular travel and lifestyle blog featuring travel tips, fashion, food and photography from around the world. Follow Kiersten on her adventures!

New York City

There is so much to see in New York City! Its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activity, and there are world-famous sites around every corner. From the iconic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s incredible food scene and the fascinating museums, you could spend months exploring NYC. Here’s my ultimate New York travel guide to help you plan an unforgettable trip!

Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.

Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.

Best Time to Visit: There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime and the fall . Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.

Helpful Tip: If you’re visiting NYC during the winter months, there’s a chance it might snow! Pack enough layers to keep you warm while you’re exploring and bring along your biggest coat!

New York City

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New York is separated into many different neighborhoods, each with a unique atmosphere. Here are the best ways to get from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side and everywhere in between:

Subway: The subway is the best way to get around NYC. You’ll avoid all the bumper to bumper traffic, and it’s super affordable! The trains run 24 hours a day, and you can download a subway map to make sure you get off at the right stop.

Uber/Taxi: If you’ve got a lot of luggage or shopping bags, it’s easier to take a cab than get on one of the crowded subway trains. You can easily hail a yellow cab from the street or request a ride with Uber. Even though taxis are an iconic part of NYC culture, I highly recommend taking an Uber. The drivers are more reliable and the fares are cheaper. However, there’s no quick way to get around the city with either option so stick to the subway as much as you can.

Walking: Prepare to walk a lot! With most of the top attractions within walking distance of each other, you don’t need to rely on public transportation to get around all the time. NYC is a walkable city, and you’ll discover a few hidden gems along the way.

New York City

The average cost of an Uber or taxi ride into New York City from these airports is:A trip from JFK to Manhattan has a flat fee of $52 + tip.A ride from LaGuardia Airport to Times Square will cost $40 + tip.

I usually stay in when I visit New York. There’s a variety of accommodation options to choose from, whether you’re looking for SoHo lofts or a studio apartment with epic rooftop views.

is another of my favorite boutique New York City hotels for solo travelers. It has a games room, a 24-hour gym, five on-site eateries, and a rooftop bar. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet up with other travelers while enjoying the hotel’s beautiful decor and commissioned artworks.

Located within walking distance of the Grand Central Station, is one of the Spend the evening playing board games in the lobby or head up to the rooftop for city views and a sundowner.

is an urban nest that combines bohemian fabrics with modern finishings. The rooms look out onto the NoMad townhouses and their cocktail bar, Good Behaviour, boasts sweeping views of the Empire State Building.

New York City

For an ultra-luxe experience in NYC, book a room at It’s recognized as one of the top hotels in the world and is worth the splurge. The hotel is covered with Baccarat crystals and comes with a spa curated by La Mer Skincare.

is perfect for art lovers and eco-travelers. It uses upcycled materials and artwork to tell the city’s history and takes its sustainable ethos seriously. Inside the hotel, you’ll find the Bamford Spa, a casual cafe and a pool on the tenth floor that overlooks the East River.

is one of New York’s trendiest boutique hotels. It’s retro glamour decor set the tone for an incredible stay in the city. I especially love their old-world Lobby bar! Book a north facing room if you want views of the Empire State Building.

Located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, is an upscale jazz hotel. With something going on almost every night, it’s a great choice for solo travelers! Hang out at the basement jazz club, try a craft cocktail at Paul Sevigny’s nightclub or watch a retro film at the on-site cinema.

Established in 1975, Joe’s Pizza makes some of the best pizza in New York. I’m not the only one who thinks so; it’s a favorite among celebs like Ben Affleck.

New York City

What to Order: A slice of Sicilian square pizza.

Chelsea Market is a must-visit for foodies. At a block long and a block wide, it’s full of vendors selling everything from bottles of wine to coffee and delicious plates of food. Come here hungry and ready to sample a little bit of everything!

What to Order: You can’t go wrong with something from Los Tacos!

Home to the NYC hot dog, Katz Deli has been serving the people of New York for over 100 years. The family-owned restaurant also makes corned beef and out this world dill pickles. There’s nothing more New York than that!

What to Order: Try the Chili Dog or Frankfurter!

New York City

Located in Hudson Square, NoMad, and Chelsea Market, Chalait is a firm favorite among New Yorkers. With their signature matcha tea and avocado toast, it’s a great place to stop for breakfast or brunch before a day of sightseeing.

What to Order: The Matcha Smoothie Bowl or the Smoked Salmon on Toast are my favs!

For some of the best bagels in New York City – go to H&H Midtown Bagels! There’s plenty to choose from with options available for vegetarians and vegans.

What to Order: Try the Lite Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Cheese Sandwich!

Hungry for more? Check out my guide on

New York City

Bushwick is a vibrant neighborhood that’s home to some of the top thrift stores in the city. My favorite spots include Brand Hunters , The Lion’s Den and Green Village .

If you’re a movie buff, don’t miss the chance to visit Washington Square Park! It’s located in Greenwich Village and has made appearances in blockbusters like I am Legend, Ghostbusters and When Harry Met Sally.

Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best It won’t cost you a dime to walk along the bridge and take in the city’s iconic skyline. If you’re visiting NYC with your partner, bring along a lock and add it to the collection near Manhattan Tower.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts over 5,000 years of art. For $25 you can explore the museum’s ever-changing exhibits.

FREEDOM TOWER AND 9/11 MEMORIAL

New York City

Visit the 9/11 memorial and pay tribute to the lives lost in the tragedy. There are twin reflecting pools, a massive humanmade waterfall and gold panels inscribed with the names of everyone who died.

If you’re on a tight budget, I recommend splurging on the entrance for the Top of the Rock. You’ll get access to 360-views of Manhattan and beautiful photos to remember your time in the city. Be sure to bring a warm jacket – it’s windy up there!

For a different view of New York’s skyline, head up to the 86th or 102nd floor of the Empire State building. You’ll have 360-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the iconic Central Park! Pack a picnic and relax on the Great Lawn, attend free concerts or get lost wandering down one of the many paths.

Times Square is an iconic attraction and deserves a spot on any New York itinerary. If you’re in NYC for the holidays, make sure to head to Times Square for the famous “ball drop” at midnight!

New York City

Coney Island is a great budget-friendly activity in New York City. Spend the day exploring the boardwalk or stay after sunset to watch the Friday night firework display.

Escape the bustle of the city and wander around the Conservatory Gardens for a few hours. It’s the only formal garden found in Central Park and is open from 8 AM until dusk.

Grand Central Station is an iconic piece of NYC architecture. Countless movies and TV series, like Gossip Girl and Sex and the City have shot scenes here. The best part? It’s free to visit! Just don’t forget to look up to admire the incredible ceiling art!

For an incredible view of the Hudson River and the NYC skyline, visit the High Line. It’s a 1.45-mile park that’s built on an old elevated railway. While you’re admiring the view, you can grab some street food from the vendors and check out the art installations.

New York’s spectacular street art is reason enough to visit. The best pieces are in Bushwick, with more than 100 blocks worth of art. Most of it is temporary, with new pieces going up every 12 months.

New York City

While you can’t go inside the Flatiron Building, you can still admire it from the streets of New York. It’s one of my favorite locations to take photos of the city!

Another thing that’s worth splurging on in New York is a Broadway show. If you want to risk it, you can try to get discount tickets at one of the booths in Time’s Square – but get there early as the lines become long fast!

Are you a fan of SNL? Make your way to the and get a sneak peek at New York’s up and coming comedy talent. Tickets cost only $10 per person!

Another comedy club that you can check out is Brooklyn’s . SNL star’s like Pete Davidson often perform here, and ticket prices range from free to $35.

Shop My Style Essentials for New York

New York City

Depending on where you are coming from, it is possible to get to New York by train, plane, bus, or car.

There are two major airports you can fly into , and there are more than 100 airlines that fly into the city from all over the world.

You can also take a train from another state into Grand Central Station or Penn Station. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, take a long-distance bus like Greyhound or Megabus.

Where to Find the Best Food in NYC

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New York City

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The USA is the perfect destination for scenic drives, delicious food, cosmopolitan city life, cultural diversity, beautiful beaches, and so much more.

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the US - but it's possible to see it on a shoestring. Here are my tips for exploring NYC on a budget!

Eating your way through New York is one of the best ways to explore the city! Here's where you can find the best food in NYC - no matter your budget.

It’s a weekend in the Big Apple, and you’re all revved up for shopping, tasty eateries, and sightseeing. Here's my guide to New York City in a weekend!

New York City

I had always dreamed of admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5th Avenue, ice skating in Central Park, tasting the roasted chestnuts of a street vender and feeling the cold kiss of a snowflake while standing in Times Square.

Planning the ultimate trip to NYC for New Years Eve? Here's everything you need to know to ring in the new year in style!

Planning a trip to NYC, but short on time? Here are my top 8 things to do in NYC to help you see the best of the Big Apple!

Giant Christmas trees, ice skating, Rockettes, and more, NYC can be a true winter wonderland. Don't miss the top things to do in New York during Christmas!

Brunch in New York is a big thing- some people love it, some hate it . As a brunch veteran, here are my tips on where to find the best brunch in Manhattan!

New York City

Join over 1 million people and get exclusive travel tips, giveaways and more!

Copyright © 2019 The Blonde Abroad | All Rights Reserved

Popular travel and lifestyle blog featuring travel tips, fashion, food and photography from around the world. Follow Kiersten on her adventures!

There is so much to see in New York City! Its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activity, and there are world-famous sites around every corner. From the iconic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s incredible food scene and the fascinating museums, you could spend months exploring NYC. Here’s my ultimate New York travel guide to help you plan an unforgettable trip!

New York City

Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.

Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.

Best Time to Visit: There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime and the fall . Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.

Helpful Tip: If you’re visiting NYC during the winter months, there’s a chance it might snow! Pack enough layers to keep you warm while you’re exploring and bring along your biggest coat!

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New York City

New York is separated into many different neighborhoods, each with a unique atmosphere. Here are the best ways to get from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side and everywhere in between:

Subway: The subway is the best way to get around NYC. You’ll avoid all the bumper to bumper traffic, and it’s super affordable! The trains run 24 hours a day, and you can download a subway map to make sure you get off at the right stop.

Uber/Taxi: If you’ve got a lot of luggage or shopping bags, it’s easier to take a cab than get on one of the crowded subway trains. You can easily hail a yellow cab from the street or request a ride with Uber. Even though taxis are an iconic part of NYC culture, I highly recommend taking an Uber. The drivers are more reliable and the fares are cheaper. However, there’s no quick way to get around the city with either option so stick to the subway as much as you can.

Walking: Prepare to walk a lot! With most of the top attractions within walking distance of each other, you don’t need to rely on public transportation to get around all the time. NYC is a walkable city, and you’ll discover a few hidden gems along the way.

The average cost of an Uber or taxi ride into New York City from these airports is:A trip from JFK to Manhattan has a flat fee of $52 + tip.A ride from LaGuardia Airport to Times Square will cost $40 + tip.

New York City

I usually stay in when I visit New York. There’s a variety of accommodation options to choose from, whether you’re looking for SoHo lofts or a studio apartment with epic rooftop views.

is another of my favorite boutique New York City hotels for solo travelers. It has a games room, a 24-hour gym, five on-site eateries, and a rooftop bar. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet up with other travelers while enjoying the hotel’s beautiful decor and commissioned artworks.

Located within walking distance of the Grand Central Station, is one of the Spend the evening playing board games in the lobby or head up to the rooftop for city views and a sundowner.

is an urban nest that combines bohemian fabrics with modern finishings. The rooms look out onto the NoMad townhouses and their cocktail bar, Good Behaviour, boasts sweeping views of the Empire State Building.

For an ultra-luxe experience in NYC, book a room at It’s recognized as one of the top hotels in the world and is worth the splurge. The hotel is covered with Baccarat crystals and comes with a spa curated by La Mer Skincare.

New York City

is perfect for art lovers and eco-travelers. It uses upcycled materials and artwork to tell the city’s history and takes its sustainable ethos seriously. Inside the hotel, you’ll find the Bamford Spa, a casual cafe and a pool on the tenth floor that overlooks the East River.

is one of New York’s trendiest boutique hotels. It’s retro glamour decor set the tone for an incredible stay in the city. I especially love their old-world Lobby bar! Book a north facing room if you want views of the Empire State Building.

Located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, is an upscale jazz hotel. With something going on almost every night, it’s a great choice for solo travelers! Hang out at the basement jazz club, try a craft cocktail at Paul Sevigny’s nightclub or watch a retro film at the on-site cinema.

Established in 1975, Joe’s Pizza makes some of the best pizza in New York. I’m not the only one who thinks so; it’s a favorite among celebs like Ben Affleck.

What to Order: A slice of Sicilian square pizza.

New York City

Chelsea Market is a must-visit for foodies. At a block long and a block wide, it’s full of vendors selling everything from bottles of wine to coffee and delicious plates of food. Come here hungry and ready to sample a little bit of everything!

What to Order: You can’t go wrong with something from Los Tacos!

Home to the NYC hot dog, Katz Deli has been serving the people of New York for over 100 years. The family-owned restaurant also makes corned beef and out this world dill pickles. There’s nothing more New York than that!

What to Order: Try the Chili Dog or Frankfurter!

Located in Hudson Square, NoMad, and Chelsea Market, Chalait is a firm favorite among New Yorkers. With their signature matcha tea and avocado toast, it’s a great place to stop for breakfast or brunch before a day of sightseeing.

New York City

What to Order: The Matcha Smoothie Bowl or the Smoked Salmon on Toast are my favs!

For some of the best bagels in New York City – go to H&H Midtown Bagels! There’s plenty to choose from with options available for vegetarians and vegans.

What to Order: Try the Lite Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Cheese Sandwich!

Hungry for more? Check out my guide on

Bushwick is a vibrant neighborhood that’s home to some of the top thrift stores in the city. My favorite spots include Brand Hunters , The Lion’s Den and Green Village .

New York City

If you’re a movie buff, don’t miss the chance to visit Washington Square Park! It’s located in Greenwich Village and has made appearances in blockbusters like I am Legend, Ghostbusters and When Harry Met Sally.

Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best It won’t cost you a dime to walk along the bridge and take in the city’s iconic skyline. If you’re visiting NYC with your partner, bring along a lock and add it to the collection near Manhattan Tower.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts over 5,000 years of art. For $25 you can explore the museum’s ever-changing exhibits.

FREEDOM TOWER AND 9/11 MEMORIAL

Visit the 9/11 memorial and pay tribute to the lives lost in the tragedy. There are twin reflecting pools, a massive humanmade waterfall and gold panels inscribed with the names of everyone who died.

New York City

If you’re on a tight budget, I recommend splurging on the entrance for the Top of the Rock. You’ll get access to 360-views of Manhattan and beautiful photos to remember your time in the city. Be sure to bring a warm jacket – it’s windy up there!

For a different view of New York’s skyline, head up to the 86th or 102nd floor of the Empire State building. You’ll have 360-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the iconic Central Park! Pack a picnic and relax on the Great Lawn, attend free concerts or get lost wandering down one of the many paths.

Times Square is an iconic attraction and deserves a spot on any New York itinerary. If you’re in NYC for the holidays, make sure to head to Times Square for the famous “ball drop” at midnight!

Coney Island is a great budget-friendly activity in New York City. Spend the day exploring the boardwalk or stay after sunset to watch the Friday night firework display.

New York City

Escape the bustle of the city and wander around the Conservatory Gardens for a few hours. It’s the only formal garden found in Central Park and is open from 8 AM until dusk.

Grand Central Station is an iconic piece of NYC architecture. Countless movies and TV series, like Gossip Girl and Sex and the City have shot scenes here. The best part? It’s free to visit! Just don’t forget to look up to admire the incredible ceiling art!

For an incredible view of the Hudson River and the NYC skyline, visit the High Line. It’s a 1.45-mile park that’s built on an old elevated railway. While you’re admiring the view, you can grab some street food from the vendors and check out the art installations.

New York’s spectacular street art is reason enough to visit. The best pieces are in Bushwick, with more than 100 blocks worth of art. Most of it is temporary, with new pieces going up every 12 months.

While you can’t go inside the Flatiron Building, you can still admire it from the streets of New York. It’s one of my favorite locations to take photos of the city!

New York City

Another thing that’s worth splurging on in New York is a Broadway show. If you want to risk it, you can try to get discount tickets at one of the booths in Time’s Square – but get there early as the lines become long fast!

Are you a fan of SNL? Make your way to the and get a sneak peek at New York’s up and coming comedy talent. Tickets cost only $10 per person!

Another comedy club that you can check out is Brooklyn’s . SNL star’s like Pete Davidson often perform here, and ticket prices range from free to $35.

Shop My Style Essentials for New York

Depending on where you are coming from, it is possible to get to New York by train, plane, bus, or car.

New York City

There are two major airports you can fly into , and there are more than 100 airlines that fly into the city from all over the world.

You can also take a train from another state into Grand Central Station or Penn Station. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, take a long-distance bus like Greyhound or Megabus.

Where to Find the Best Food in NYC

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It’s a weekend in the Big Apple, and you’re all revved up for shopping, tasty eateries, and sightseeing. Here's my guide to New York City in a weekend!

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Giant Christmas trees, ice skating, Rockettes, and more, NYC can be a true winter wonderland. Don't miss the top things to do in New York during Christmas!

Brunch in New York is a big thing- some people love it, some hate it . As a brunch veteran, here are my tips on where to find the best brunch in Manhattan!

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There is so much to see in New York City! Its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activity, and there are world-famous sites around every corner. From the iconic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s incredible food scene and the fascinating museums, you could spend months exploring NYC. Here’s my ultimate New York travel guide to help you plan an unforgettable trip!

Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.

New York City

Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.

Best Time to Visit: There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime and the fall . Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.

Helpful Tip: If you’re visiting NYC during the winter months, there’s a chance it might snow! Pack enough layers to keep you warm while you’re exploring and bring along your biggest coat!

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New York is separated into many different neighborhoods, each with a unique atmosphere. Here are the best ways to get from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side and everywhere in between:

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Subway: The subway is the best way to get around NYC. You’ll avoid all the bumper to bumper traffic, and it’s super affordable! The trains run 24 hours a day, and you can download a subway map to make sure you get off at the right stop.

Uber/Taxi: If you’ve got a lot of luggage or shopping bags, it’s easier to take a cab than get on one of the crowded subway trains. You can easily hail a yellow cab from the street or request a ride with Uber. Even though taxis are an iconic part of NYC culture, I highly recommend taking an Uber. The drivers are more reliable and the fares are cheaper. However, there’s no quick way to get around the city with either option so stick to the subway as much as you can.

Walking: Prepare to walk a lot! With most of the top attractions within walking distance of each other, you don’t need to rely on public transportation to get around all the time. NYC is a walkable city, and you’ll discover a few hidden gems along the way.

The average cost of an Uber or taxi ride into New York City from these airports is:A trip from JFK to Manhattan has a flat fee of $52 + tip.A ride from LaGuardia Airport to Times Square will cost $40 + tip.

I usually stay in when I visit New York. There’s a variety of accommodation options to choose from, whether you’re looking for SoHo lofts or a studio apartment with epic rooftop views.

New York City

is another of my favorite boutique New York City hotels for solo travelers. It has a games room, a 24-hour gym, five on-site eateries, and a rooftop bar. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet up with other travelers while enjoying the hotel’s beautiful decor and commissioned artworks.

Located within walking distance of the Grand Central Station, is one of the Spend the evening playing board games in the lobby or head up to the rooftop for city views and a sundowner.

is an urban nest that combines bohemian fabrics with modern finishings. The rooms look out onto the NoMad townhouses and their cocktail bar, Good Behaviour, boasts sweeping views of the Empire State Building.

For an ultra-luxe experience in NYC, book a room at It’s recognized as one of the top hotels in the world and is worth the splurge. The hotel is covered with Baccarat crystals and comes with a spa curated by La Mer Skincare.

is perfect for art lovers and eco-travelers. It uses upcycled materials and artwork to tell the city’s history and takes its sustainable ethos seriously. Inside the hotel, you’ll find the Bamford Spa, a casual cafe and a pool on the tenth floor that overlooks the East River.

New York City

is one of New York’s trendiest boutique hotels. It’s retro glamour decor set the tone for an incredible stay in the city. I especially love their old-world Lobby bar! Book a north facing room if you want views of the Empire State Building.

Located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, is an upscale jazz hotel. With something going on almost every night, it’s a great choice for solo travelers! Hang out at the basement jazz club, try a craft cocktail at Paul Sevigny’s nightclub or watch a retro film at the on-site cinema.

Established in 1975, Joe’s Pizza makes some of the best pizza in New York. I’m not the only one who thinks so; it’s a favorite among celebs like Ben Affleck.

What to Order: A slice of Sicilian square pizza.

Chelsea Market is a must-visit for foodies. At a block long and a block wide, it’s full of vendors selling everything from bottles of wine to coffee and delicious plates of food. Come here hungry and ready to sample a little bit of everything!

New York City

What to Order: You can’t go wrong with something from Los Tacos!

Home to the NYC hot dog, Katz Deli has been serving the people of New York for over 100 years. The family-owned restaurant also makes corned beef and out this world dill pickles. There’s nothing more New York than that!

What to Order: Try the Chili Dog or Frankfurter!

Located in Hudson Square, NoMad, and Chelsea Market, Chalait is a firm favorite among New Yorkers. With their signature matcha tea and avocado toast, it’s a great place to stop for breakfast or brunch before a day of sightseeing.

What to Order: The Matcha Smoothie Bowl or the Smoked Salmon on Toast are my favs!

New York City

For some of the best bagels in New York City – go to H&H Midtown Bagels! There’s plenty to choose from with options available for vegetarians and vegans.

What to Order: Try the Lite Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Cheese Sandwich!

Hungry for more? Check out my guide on

Bushwick is a vibrant neighborhood that’s home to some of the top thrift stores in the city. My favorite spots include Brand Hunters , The Lion’s Den and Green Village .

If you’re a movie buff, don’t miss the chance to visit Washington Square Park! It’s located in Greenwich Village and has made appearances in blockbusters like I am Legend, Ghostbusters and When Harry Met Sally.

New York City

Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best It won’t cost you a dime to walk along the bridge and take in the city’s iconic skyline. If you’re visiting NYC with your partner, bring along a lock and add it to the collection near Manhattan Tower.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts over 5,000 years of art. For $25 you can explore the museum’s ever-changing exhibits.

FREEDOM TOWER AND 9/11 MEMORIAL

Visit the 9/11 memorial and pay tribute to the lives lost in the tragedy. There are twin reflecting pools, a massive humanmade waterfall and gold panels inscribed with the names of everyone who died.

If you’re on a tight budget, I recommend splurging on the entrance for the Top of the Rock. You’ll get access to 360-views of Manhattan and beautiful photos to remember your time in the city. Be sure to bring a warm jacket – it’s windy up there!

New York City

For a different view of New York’s skyline, head up to the 86th or 102nd floor of the Empire State building. You’ll have 360-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the iconic Central Park! Pack a picnic and relax on the Great Lawn, attend free concerts or get lost wandering down one of the many paths.

Times Square is an iconic attraction and deserves a spot on any New York itinerary. If you’re in NYC for the holidays, make sure to head to Times Square for the famous “ball drop” at midnight!

Coney Island is a great budget-friendly activity in New York City. Spend the day exploring the boardwalk or stay after sunset to watch the Friday night firework display.

Escape the bustle of the city and wander around the Conservatory Gardens for a few hours. It’s the only formal garden found in Central Park and is open from 8 AM until dusk.

New York City

Grand Central Station is an iconic piece of NYC architecture. Countless movies and TV series, like Gossip Girl and Sex and the City have shot scenes here. The best part? It’s free to visit! Just don’t forget to look up to admire the incredible ceiling art!

For an incredible view of the Hudson River and the NYC skyline, visit the High Line. It’s a 1.45-mile park that’s built on an old elevated railway. While you’re admiring the view, you can grab some street food from the vendors and check out the art installations.

New York’s spectacular street art is reason enough to visit. The best pieces are in Bushwick, with more than 100 blocks worth of art. Most of it is temporary, with new pieces going up every 12 months.

While you can’t go inside the Flatiron Building, you can still admire it from the streets of New York. It’s one of my favorite locations to take photos of the city!

Another thing that’s worth splurging on in New York is a Broadway show. If you want to risk it, you can try to get discount tickets at one of the booths in Time’s Square – but get there early as the lines become long fast!

New York City

Are you a fan of SNL? Make your way to the and get a sneak peek at New York’s up and coming comedy talent. Tickets cost only $10 per person!

Another comedy club that you can check out is Brooklyn’s . SNL star’s like Pete Davidson often perform here, and ticket prices range from free to $35.

Shop My Style Essentials for New York

Depending on where you are coming from, it is possible to get to New York by train, plane, bus, or car.

There are two major airports you can fly into , and there are more than 100 airlines that fly into the city from all over the world.

New York City

You can also take a train from another state into Grand Central Station or Penn Station. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, take a long-distance bus like Greyhound or Megabus.

Where to Find the Best Food in NYC

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---------------------------------------------------------------

The USA is the perfect destination for scenic drives, delicious food, cosmopolitan city life, cultural diversity, beautiful beaches, and so much more.

New York City

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the US - but it's possible to see it on a shoestring. Here are my tips for exploring NYC on a budget!

Eating your way through New York is one of the best ways to explore the city! Here's where you can find the best food in NYC - no matter your budget.

It’s a weekend in the Big Apple, and you’re all revved up for shopping, tasty eateries, and sightseeing. Here's my guide to New York City in a weekend!

I had always dreamed of admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5th Avenue, ice skating in Central Park, tasting the roasted chestnuts of a street vender and feeling the cold kiss of a snowflake while standing in Times Square.

Planning the ultimate trip to NYC for New Years Eve? Here's everything you need to know to ring in the new year in style!

New York City

Planning a trip to NYC, but short on time? Here are my top 8 things to do in NYC to help you see the best of the Big Apple!

Giant Christmas trees, ice skating, Rockettes, and more, NYC can be a true winter wonderland. Don't miss the top things to do in New York during Christmas!

Brunch in New York is a big thing- some people love it, some hate it . As a brunch veteran, here are my tips on where to find the best brunch in Manhattan!

Join over 1 million people and get exclusive travel tips, giveaways and more!

Copyright © 2019 The Blonde Abroad | All Rights Reserved

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Popular travel and lifestyle blog featuring travel tips, fashion, food and photography from around the world. Follow Kiersten on her adventures!

There is so much to see in New York City! Its bustling streets are a whirlwind of activity, and there are world-famous sites around every corner. From the iconic landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge to the city’s incredible food scene and the fascinating museums, you could spend months exploring NYC. Here’s my ultimate New York travel guide to help you plan an unforgettable trip!

Language: English is the main language spoken in New York, but because the city was a hub for immigration, it’s a melting pot of cultures. You’ll often hear a lot of Italian and Spanish while out and about.

Credit Cards and Banks: ATMs are easy to find in the city, and most hotels, restaurants, and shops will accept credit cards.

New York City

Best Time to Visit: There’s no bad time to visit New York City. Whether you’re looking to celebrate in the city or you prefer warmer weather – there are tons of bucket list experiences for travelers throughout the year. For pleasant weather, the best time to visit is in the springtime and the fall . Though if you are looking for the cheapest time to visit, mid-January to the end of February is the best time to go.

Helpful Tip: If you’re visiting NYC during the winter months, there’s a chance it might snow! Pack enough layers to keep you warm while you’re exploring and bring along your biggest coat!

---------------------------------------------------------------

New York is separated into many different neighborhoods, each with a unique atmosphere. Here are the best ways to get from Brooklyn to the Upper East Side and everywhere in between:

Subway: The subway is the best way to get around NYC. You’ll avoid all the bumper to bumper traffic, and it’s super affordable! The trains run 24 hours a day, and you can download a subway map to make sure you get off at the right stop.

New York City

Uber/Taxi: If you’ve got a lot of luggage or shopping bags, it’s easier to take a cab than get on one of the crowded subway trains. You can easily hail a yellow cab from the street or request a ride with Uber. Even though taxis are an iconic part of NYC culture, I highly recommend taking an Uber. The drivers are more reliable and the fares are cheaper. However, there’s no quick way to get around the city with either option so stick to the subway as much as you can.

Walking: Prepare to walk a lot! With most of the top attractions within walking distance of each other, you don’t need to rely on public transportation to get around all the time. NYC is a walkable city, and you’ll discover a few hidden gems along the way.

The average cost of an Uber or taxi ride into New York City from these airports is:A trip from JFK to Manhattan has a flat fee of $52 + tip.A ride from LaGuardia Airport to Times Square will cost $40 + tip.

I usually stay in when I visit New York. There’s a variety of accommodation options to choose from, whether you’re looking for SoHo lofts or a studio apartment with epic rooftop views.

is another of my favorite boutique New York City hotels for solo travelers. It has a games room, a 24-hour gym, five on-site eateries, and a rooftop bar. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to meet up with other travelers while enjoying the hotel’s beautiful decor and commissioned artworks.

New York City

Located within walking distance of the Grand Central Station, is one of the Spend the evening playing board games in the lobby or head up to the rooftop for city views and a sundowner.

is an urban nest that combines bohemian fabrics with modern finishings. The rooms look out onto the NoMad townhouses and their cocktail bar, Good Behaviour, boasts sweeping views of the Empire State Building.

For an ultra-luxe experience in NYC, book a room at It’s recognized as one of the top hotels in the world and is worth the splurge. The hotel is covered with Baccarat crystals and comes with a spa curated by La Mer Skincare.

is perfect for art lovers and eco-travelers. It uses upcycled materials and artwork to tell the city’s history and takes its sustainable ethos seriously. Inside the hotel, you’ll find the Bamford Spa, a casual cafe and a pool on the tenth floor that overlooks the East River.

is one of New York’s trendiest boutique hotels. It’s retro glamour decor set the tone for an incredible stay in the city. I especially love their old-world Lobby bar! Book a north facing room if you want views of the Empire State Building.

New York City

Located in the vibrant Tribeca neighborhood, is an upscale jazz hotel. With something going on almost every night, it’s a great choice for solo travelers! Hang out at the basement jazz club, try a craft cocktail at Paul Sevigny’s nightclub or watch a retro film at the on-site cinema.

Established in 1975, Joe’s Pizza makes some of the best pizza in New York. I’m not the only one who thinks so; it’s a favorite among celebs like Ben Affleck.

What to Order: A slice of Sicilian square pizza.

Chelsea Market is a must-visit for foodies. At a block long and a block wide, it’s full of vendors selling everything from bottles of wine to coffee and delicious plates of food. Come here hungry and ready to sample a little bit of everything!

What to Order: You can’t go wrong with something from Los Tacos!

New York City

Home to the NYC hot dog, Katz Deli has been serving the people of New York for over 100 years. The family-owned restaurant also makes corned beef and out this world dill pickles. There’s nothing more New York than that!

What to Order: Try the Chili Dog or Frankfurter!

Located in Hudson Square, NoMad, and Chelsea Market, Chalait is a firm favorite among New Yorkers. With their signature matcha tea and avocado toast, it’s a great place to stop for breakfast or brunch before a day of sightseeing.

What to Order: The Matcha Smoothie Bowl or the Smoked Salmon on Toast are my favs!

For some of the best bagels in New York City – go to H&H Midtown Bagels! There’s plenty to choose from with options available for vegetarians and vegans.

New York City

What to Order: Try the Lite Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Cheese Sandwich!

Hungry for more? Check out my guide on

Bushwick is a vibrant neighborhood that’s home to some of the top thrift stores in the city. My favorite spots include Brand Hunters , The Lion’s Den and Green Village .

If you’re a movie buff, don’t miss the chance to visit Washington Square Park! It’s located in Greenwich Village and has made appearances in blockbusters like I am Legend, Ghostbusters and When Harry Met Sally.

Brooklyn Bridge is one of the best It won’t cost you a dime to walk along the bridge and take in the city’s iconic skyline. If you’re visiting NYC with your partner, bring along a lock and add it to the collection near Manhattan Tower.

New York City

The Metropolitan Museum of Art boasts over 5,000 years of art. For $25 you can explore the museum’s ever-changing exhibits.

FREEDOM TOWER AND 9/11 MEMORIAL

Visit the 9/11 memorial and pay tribute to the lives lost in the tragedy. There are twin reflecting pools, a massive humanmade waterfall and gold panels inscribed with the names of everyone who died.

If you’re on a tight budget, I recommend splurging on the entrance for the Top of the Rock. You’ll get access to 360-views of Manhattan and beautiful photos to remember your time in the city. Be sure to bring a warm jacket – it’s windy up there!

For a different view of New York’s skyline, head up to the 86th or 102nd floor of the Empire State building. You’ll have 360-degree views of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River.

New York City

No trip to NYC is complete without a visit to the iconic Central Park! Pack a picnic and relax on the Great Lawn, attend free concerts or get lost wandering down one of the many paths.

Times Square is an iconic attraction and deserves a spot on any New York itinerary. If you’re in NYC for the holidays, make sure to head to Times Square for the famous “ball drop” at midnight!

Coney Island is a great budget-friendly activity in New York City. Spend the day exploring the boardwalk or stay after sunset to watch the Friday night firework display.

Escape the bustle of the city and wander around the Conservatory Gardens for a few hours. It’s the only formal garden found in Central Park and is open from 8 AM until dusk.

Grand Central Station is an iconic piece of NYC architecture. Countless movies and TV series, like Gossip Girl and Sex and the City have shot scenes here. The best part? It’s free to visit! Just don’t forget to look up to admire the incredible ceiling art!

New York City

For an incredible view of the Hudson River and the NYC skyline, visit the High Line. It’s a 1.45-mile park that’s built on an old elevated railway. While you’re admiring the view, you can grab some street food from the vendors and check out the art installations.

New York’s spectacular street art is reason enough to visit. The best pieces are in Bushwick, with more than 100 blocks worth of art. Most of it is temporary, with new pieces going up every 12 months.

While you can’t go inside the Flatiron Building, you can still admire it from the streets of New York. It’s one of my favorite locations to take photos of the city!

Another thing that’s worth splurging on in New York is a Broadway show. If you want to risk it, you can try to get discount tickets at one of the booths in Time’s Square – but get there early as the lines become long fast!

Are you a fan of SNL? Make your way to the and get a sneak peek at New York’s up and coming comedy talent. Tickets cost only $10 per person!

New York City

Another comedy club that you can check out is Brooklyn’s . SNL star’s like Pete Davidson often perform here, and ticket prices range from free to $35.

Shop My Style Essentials for New York

Depending on where you are coming from, it is possible to get to New York by train, plane, bus, or car.

There are two major airports you can fly into , and there are more than 100 airlines that fly into the city from all over the world.

You can also take a train from another state into Grand Central Station or Penn Station. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly option, take a long-distance bus like Greyhound or Megabus.

New York City

Where to Find the Best Food in NYC

---------------------------------------------------------------

---------------------------------------------------------------

The USA is the perfect destination for scenic drives, delicious food, cosmopolitan city life, cultural diversity, beautiful beaches, and so much more.

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the US - but it's possible to see it on a shoestring. Here are my tips for exploring NYC on a budget!

New York City

Eating your way through New York is one of the best ways to explore the city! Here's where you can find the best food in NYC - no matter your budget.

It’s a weekend in the Big Apple, and you’re all revved up for shopping, tasty eateries, and sightseeing. Here's my guide to New York City in a weekend!

I had always dreamed of admiring the beautifully decorated windows of 5th Avenue, ice skating in Central Park, tasting the roasted chestnuts of a street vender and feeling the cold kiss of a snowflake while standing in Times Square.

Planning the ultimate trip to NYC for New Years Eve? Here's everything you need to know to ring in the new year in style!

Planning a trip to NYC, but short on time? Here are my top 8 things to do in NYC to help you see the best of the Big Apple!

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