Quick Guide to New York
Skip the museum admission fees
Stargaze on the High Line
Hang with celebs at the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
Kayak down the Hudson River
Set up camp on the beach
Play Chinese Whispers in Grand Central Station
Drink for free at the New York distilling company
Enjoy a movie in the outdoors
Wander around art exhibits in Chelsea
Plan a trip to Governors Island
Explore the federal bank of NY's gold vault
Belly laugh at a comedy club
Catch a free concert in Prospect Park
Ferry to the Statue of Liberty
Take a tour of Central Park
New York is known as the city that never sleeps, and thanks to featuring in innumerable TV series and films it's instantly recognisable. We know it for its amazing skyline, for the famous bright yellow taxis, the brownstone streets, fabulous shopping and (usually airborne) shots of Central Park. Now it's time to experience it for yourself! Cheap holidays to New York don't hang around for long - so if you spot one you should definitely snap it up.
To keep an eye on your budget look for package holidays to New York, being sure to keep an eye on your hotel's location. It can often be worth arranging an upgrade so that you are in a more central location, saving you both time and money when it comes to sightseeing - things which locals know are both as valuable as each other, especially if you're only on a short break in New York.
Whether you've got your eye on a shopping break on the Upper East Side, cheap New York deals to visit historic Coney Island, to dig under the skin of Brooklyn's art and culture, or are simply interested in tucking into a heap of pancakes over brunch in "the Village" (Greenwich), there's so much to do on a New York holiday we're sure this won't be your last trip. A New York city break in 2016 is looking more tempting by the day.
Fab holidays for:
City breaks, 24 hour cities, Famous landmarks
JFK, LaGuardia, Newark
Did you know?
New York City has 722 miles of subway track, which means it's not hard to get around the city and see the attractions.