New York, NY

New York in Brief
The Big Apple – considered by many to be the center of the world – offers everything a visitor could want. There’s no end to what you can do in New York City: take in the world’s finest shows year round; watch the ball drop on New Year’s Eve; have your photo taken in Central Park, catch the incredible views from the Empire State Building; or shop till you drop.

New York is simple to get around, with wide avenues laid out in a logical grid and a great subway system. While you can quickly spend a bundle, there are plenty of ways to visit New York on a shoestring.
New York Travel Seasonality
Apr, May, Jun; Jul, Aug, Sep – The climate is great during these months, which draws hoards of tourists, but great deals on flights and hotels are available. During the summer there are many free outdoor entertainment opportunities.
Peak Season
Oct, Nov, Dec – Fall marks the beginning of the cultural season – theater, ballet, and opera are in full swing. The subsequent rush results in higher prices for flights to New York City, hotels, and everything else. But the excitement is electric.
Off Season
Jan, Feb, Mar – New York winters are very cold and windy. The good news is that, other than Valentine’s day, this is the most affordable time to fly to New York and get a good hotel deal.
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