A website aimed at travellers wishing to visit New York City on a budget is set to be launched this week.
New York City on a budget is the brainchild of Sammual-James McLoughlin, a seasoned traveller to New York City, whom for the last 20 years has spent his time exploring inexpensive attractions and practical means to help explore the city for those on a tight budget.
Sammual-James McLoughlin said about the launch, “This will be an ongoing blog of my thoughts, opinions and insider know-how. Whilst trips to the Big Apple are limited at the moment due to the pandemic, the armchair traveller will be able to read weekly updates and plan a trip once it is safe to do so”.
Many people believe New York City is expensive and to be fair, it is, but you need to know where to look. There are plenty of free or inexpensive opportunities for the solo traveller or indeed a group of friends or family can explore. New York City on a Budget will help point you in the right direction.
McLoughlin continues, “I’ve always had a passion for New York City, it’s a cooking pot of culture, opportunities, and people from all walks of life, and that’s why I love the city. I hope my passion will be reflected in the blog and most of all readers will be inspired for when the time is right to return to this great city – New York City”.
Sammual-James McLoughlin continues, “Even if you are on a tight budget there are still plenty of things to see and do that are affordable. I’ll make your money last longer without compromising on your travel experience. From low cost travel across the city to free visits to museums, there is a great amount of offers to take advantage of. You just need to know the secrets and the blog will provide you with insight. I’ll also point out my favourite low cost city attractions including restaurants that will allow you to eat cheaply but offer great food and service”.
Sammual-James McLoughlin is editor and founder of New York City on a Budget –
About: New York City on a Budget is the brainchild, frequent traveller and blogger, Sammual-James McLoughlin whom, for the last 20 years has written about technology and travel.
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