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#BEA14: The Rough Guide to BEA on a Budget

Posted at 12:49PM Wednesday 28 May 2014

New York City is famous (and infamous) for its pricey lifestyle. This is the home, after all, to a $250 truffle burger at Beer & Buns Burger Bar, $4,600 alligator Manolo Blahniks at Barney's, and the $45,000 Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons New York (hey—at least it comes with a personal butler). But, travel doesn't have to be expensive—whether you're planning a dream trip to Europe or just your BEA weekend. Inspired by Rough Guides' bestselling "On A Budget" travel guidebook series, today we're tracking down the best ways to do NYC on the cheap.

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