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New York Pocket Guide

In The Guide

  • Cheap Eats Find out what restaurants are best value for money and what are the local specialties.
  • Don't Miss A list of the best local attractions and places worth visiting whilst in New York.
  • Budget Tips Insider tips on how to save money or what to do when you don't have any!
  • A day in New York... Only have one day to spare? We give you our ultimate day in New York.

New York City Reviews

  • 90%

    Anonymous

    NYC

    What's not to love about NYC? There are endless possibilities and adventures at your feet. Get out of Times Square and go to the dive spots. You'll meet great people.

    Insider Tip:EmbarkNYC app makes the Subway extremely easy. It's the way to get around!

  • 60%

    Anonymous

    University Group Trip

    Atmosphere is fine, location fine, noise level is really loud (yes they give you ear plugs) but it's pretty bad.

    Insider Tip:Stay here if cost is your most important priority. If your coming from Manhattan-the M train doesn't run at 10pm, and the L train has alot of delays.

  • 60%

    geauiza5436

    I left my heart in NY

    NY is a wonderfull and magic city. It was love at a first site. Please, don't loose this incredible city.

    Insider Tip:Theatre and museum.

  • 80%

    lindag19027981

    It is New York City, what else to say?!

    It is just amazing. I have no words. Just do the known touristy things but also just walk through some neighboorhoods and talk to the People that are in streets. Sometimes they'll recommand you very cool things.

    Insider Tip:I definetley recommand to buy a Metro Card (3 day ticket/7day, etc). You'll Need it.

  • 90%

    jmp614

    New York in a few days

    Stick to Manhattan if you just have a few days. Day One: go downtown to see the Freedom Tower, ferry to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and then hit Chelsea Market for dinner and shopping. Day Two: walk or run Central Park planning to be on the east side of the park at the end so you can visit all of "Museum Mile" (Metropolitan Art Museum, Guggenheim, etc.), then drop down to Times Square for dinner/shopping. Day Three: Walk Brooklyn Bridge and visit some old churches.

    Insider Tip:Jimmy's Corner in Times Square actually has cheap drinks (no food) right in the middle of the action. It's a great retreat from blowing money on cocktails, but it's small so get there before the evening rush. Cathedral Church of St John the Divine is not-to-miss if you're into some religious history.

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