New York City is a metropolitan city known for its famous bustling environment atmosphere and numerous expansion opportunities.
It has a diversity of culture, local lively hangouts and secreted treasures that will make you anxious to know the study more and more! Start your exploration with the friendly budget or for even free… Yes, it is for real!
Breathtaking places to visit:
- Staten Island Ferry
This is by far one of the best views of Manhattan from a 24-hour ferry is a lifeline for commuters making their way from New York City's southernmost borough, but it's also a boat trip where you can experaince the most beautiful views in most affordable prices. You can enjoy the scenic view of Governors Island to the east and Ellis Island and Lady Liberty to the west.
- Old Town Museums
Enrich yourself with the world-class and cost-free New York museums; National History Museum and MOMA the Natural History Museum is also free and even MOMA.
Brook is held in Williamsburg every Saturday and Prospect Park every Sunday with a combination flea market with local vendors. Gourmet and artisan foods from all over the city provides here a variety of cuisines.
- 30 under 30
Students can stopover at the cheap theatre. The 30 Under 30 tickets were introduced by the Manhattan Theatre Club to provide affordable theatre prices for young people.
- The High Line
The picturesque High Line is located on the western side of Manhattan. It is Built on a pedestrian-only park and public art space.
- Breakneck Ridge
Based in northern New York isn't for the faint-hearted but it is one of the most satisfying trips at the East Coast with eccentric views of the Delaware River and grabs some lunch at Cold Spring.
The coastline extends up to 520 miles and Sandy beaches are stretched 14 miles with Coney Island in Brooklyn, Rockaway Beaches in Queens, Orchard Beach in the Bronx and Long Beach in Long Island.
Philadelphia in the nearby state of Pennsylvania. It is enriched with US history by visiting Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
- Long Island
The Hamptons village of Montauk at the easternmost reach of the South Fork of Long Island provides some of the best surfing in the county. North Fork region is also based in a peninsula made up of rural wine country and populated with world-class wineries.
Hudson is a small town on the banks of the Hudson River. The quaint town is known for its stylish guesthouses. You can reach in two hours by train and will cost you around USD40-USD50 return.
- Prince Street Pizza
Its pizza- the best pepperoni slice, is amongst the favorite food to eat while standing in Nolita where it's not uncommon to have a celebrity sighting.
- Vanessa's Dumpling House
Finest dumpling houses in the city and is one of the deluxe deals in Chinatown, where everything is cooked in front of your eyes and nothing costs more than USD6.
Get the most delicious Ukrainian food in the East Village from exceptional homemade chicken soup to meatballs, daily specials, and even pancakes.
- Gray's Papaya
Gray's Papaya is a go-to restaurant on the Upper West Side. Serve yourself with hotdogs and a beverage will cost you USD4.95.
How to socialize in New York?
New York is home to eight million people. Just never refuse any party invite because you never know who you might meet. Other than this, meet people online, make friends and hang out in this sizzling city.
There are sufficient groups designed only for students such as; International Students NYC and NYU International Students that support and list imminent social events.
Other than this, involve yourself in the charity work and you will be bound to make meaningful friendships. One of the projects is known as the Bowery Mission which brings together students and young professionals looking to make a difference in downtown Manhattan.
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