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New York is a capital of power, attitudes and limitless civilization. Schedule a vacation of a life and make your flight reservations to New York today. Maybe more than any other town in the whole wide globe, New York really offers something for every traveler who goes through the street.
If you' re going to New York, you should do so: Stage 1: Begin the first of your New York trip with a Manhattan trip and then take a boat to Ellis Island to see the glamourous statue of New York. Or get inspiration in the MoMa "Museum of Modern Art" and take a stroll in Central Park and have dinner in one of the many acclaimed Hell's Kitchens.
In the afternoons you can take a look at the other remarkable neighborhoods in Manhattan, such as East Village, Greenwich Village and West Village. At the end of your second New York night, go up to a roof for supper and enjoy the stunning view that can only be seen from the top of a tower.
On the third and last days of your holiday in New York, you will go for a stroll in one of the most sought-after shops: There are three large New York Airport connections, of which John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the best known. The LaGuardia and Newark International Airport also operate the town.
The LaGuardia International is situated in the north of Queens, New York. The LaGuardia International is near Manhattan and is therefore best reached by local transportation. You can take the NYC Airporter shuttles between the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central Station and Penn Station.
The John F. Kennedy International Airport is 20 km south-east of Lower Manhattan. JFK to Manhattan is a 60-90 minute commute. NYC Airporter is a straight line from JFK to Grand Central Station and Penn Station. The Newark International Airport is situated in the state of New Jersey, 24 km south-west of Midtown Manhattan.
Newark Airport Express is a 50-minute service and will stop at Grand Central Station, Bryant Park and the Port Authority Terminal. In August New York is a hottest town with a max. temp. of 29°C. It is a good time of the year to go to the so-called "city that never sleeps", as most of the local people go on holiday in August, which means that the town is less congested than before.