New York is extremely expensive city and this is a well-known fact. Instead of spending a huge amount of money for accommodation, you can choose a budget-friendly hotel. Thus you can use the rest of your cash for sightseeing tours, delicious dinner or even for a walking tour around Central Park.
People ask Google all the time all kinds of questions – where to eat, what’s trendy, where to travel and so on. But when it comes to airport travel, the most common question every traveler is asking is “How to get there?”. Taking a taxi or arranging a personal transfer are not options suitable for everyone. Most of you are probably seeking a more affordable way of travel to and from the airport. Continue reading “New York City Airports Guide”
This is the second part of our Central Park Guide where you can find out which are the places and sights you shouldn’t miss. We will talk about green fields, beautiful gardens, calming waters and breathtaking views. If you believe that walking around Central Park without a guide or a map is easy, you’re wrong and you risk to lose your day. Our best advice is to hire a bike or sign for a walking tour. Continue reading “Central Park Guide Part 2”
Central Park is among the most beloved and visited landmarks in The United States. It is placed on 778 acres of land and even for New Yorkers it is still difficult to orientate without a guide. With sights like lakes, castles, memorials, bridges, Central Park is much more than green spot right in the middle of Manhattan. The Park was established in 1857 based on the plans and design of Frederick Olmsted and Calvert Vaux – well known national landscapers and architects. Continue reading “Central Park Guide Part 1”