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New York Vacation

About New York

New York is known as the city that never sleeps, which is probably appropriate if you're trying to fit in everything that it has to offer. New York's attractions are seemingly endless. The city's many neighborhoods each have their own unique atmosphere, meaning there is plenty of variety for visitors to enjoy. Shopping, dining, history and culture are all well represented in the Big Apple. New York combines heritage locations with the newest, trendiest spots, whether it's hotels, restaurants, bars or shops. New York is also home to some of the world's finest museums, such as the MOMA or the Natural History Museum. There's definitely more than can be seen in a single visit, which may leave visitors wanting to book again for more flights to New York as soon as they get home.

Things to do and places to visit in New York

Visitors will find almost anything they can imagine in New York. Hip nightspots sit side by side with historic buildings, and world-famous shopping destinations are only a stone's throw from cultural highlights. The pace of life in New York is fast and visitors will be swept along with it, enjoying great food and stunning attractions as they go. If that ever gets too much, there are plenty of quieter spots to escape to, such as Central Park.

Some of the top attractions in New York include:

  • See a show on Broadway
  • Explore each of the city's 5 boroughs: Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and the Bronx
  • Check out the view from the Empire State Building
  • Visit the iconic Statue of Liberty
  • Stroll through Central Park
  • Marvel at the dinosaur skeletons and other artefacts in the Natural History Museum
  • Go shopping on Fifth Avenue
  • Delve into the Boho spirit of the East Village
  • Catch a flick at the Tribeca Film Festival
  • Ride the Cyclone roller coaster on Coney Island
  • Meet the animals at the Bronx Zoo
  • Visit one of the many art museums, such as the MOMA, the Guggenheim or the Met
  • Take a selfie in Times Square
  • Experience different cultures by visiting Chinatown or Little Italy
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Airports in New York

When booking flights to New York there are 3 major airport options: JFK, Newark and LaGuardia. The biggest of those, John F. Kennedy, is one of the busiest international airports in the US, with over 70 airlines operating out of it.

  • Newark Liberty International Airport

    Top Carriers

    Newark is a hub for United Airlines and other top carriers include British Airways and Virgin.


    It is roughly 24km to the southwest of Manhattan.


    The AirTrain provides a free connection to Newark Liberty International Airport Station, and from there a train is available to New York's Penn Station. It is also possible to reach the city by bus or taxi.

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport

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    American Airlines, Delta and JetBlue are just some of the airlines flying to JFK.


    The airport is around 20km southeast of Manhattan.


    AirTrain JFK and a number of bus services connect the airport to the New York subway system. Taxis and rental cars provide alternative options for travel between the city and the airport.

  • LaGuardia Airport

    Top Carriers

    LaGuardia is a hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines.


    The airport is located in the New York borough of Queens.


    Several MTA bus services join LaGuardia to the New York subway network. These include the M60, Q48 and Q72 services. Passengers can also use a taxi to travel to or from the airport.