You can visit New York 100 times and not even scratch the surface of what the city has to offer. Even once you’ve visited all the main attractions, there will always be more independent galleries to explore, unknown streets to walk, bars to drink in and restaurants in which to while away the hours. Just so many things to do in the city one that also lights up at night with its epic skyline. Here's why New York is still in travel style.
Forget the deeply disappointing epic of Boaty McBoatface (real name never to be used). This is the only boat we’re interested in. The Nikolay Chernyshevsky tourist boat in Russia has something a bit different from your average sailboat: a full-on crew of cats, headed up by captain Sailor (yes, we know it’s a confusing name), a shorthair who wanders the deck in his official jacket and hat.
Going on holiday can be expensive. Especially when you’re hitting up New York. The galleries and museums don’t operate a free entry policy like we’re used to in the UK and touring them all can get seriously pricey. But – there are some work arounds. So, if you’re looking to watch the pennies, here’s some free and cheap things to do in the Big Apple.