How to get there
There are three airports near by city. John F Kennedy International airport and Newark Liberty International airport and all are offering both domestic and international flights. LaGuardia airport offers mostly domestic flights and also few Canadian and Caribbean flights.
Most of the near by hotels provide shuttle services from airport to the Hotel otherwise you will get public transportation such as buses, subways, trains or cabs.
There are two main railway terminals in New York. Grand central terminal and Penn Station. Both serve number of bus and subway lines.
Grand central terminal connected to the Metro North Rail board which covers New York suburbs and Connecticut routes.
Penn Station connected to three different railway lines. First is Long Island Rail Road, which connects to Long Island; Second is NJ Transit which connects few points of New Jersey and the third is Amtrak, which is US national passenger train which connects many cities of the United States.
Tip to explore New York
As you have to roam around Taxi will be costly for single person be ready to walk;wear proper shoes which are comfortable to walk. If you are in a group and planning to hire a Taxi every time that is fine.
As there are only street parking or paid parking at each and every place, do prefer ...
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... ferry to reach Liberty Island and Ellis Island. There are two departure points for ferry one is Battery Park , at the south most end of Manhattan and the other is a Liberty state park in New Jersey.
Statue of Liberty
View of NY city from ferry
In 1883 Brooklyn Bridge has opened and it was the longest suspension bridge at that time.It connects Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East river. There is no entry fees for visiting Brooklyn bridge. You can take a bus or train to reach there.
Grand Central Terminal
In normal language Grand Central Terminal is a railway station, but you don 't feel when you enter to the terminal. Its totally different and I had never seen like one. These are computer railroad terminal and located in Midtown Manhattan. It has 44 platforms.
Grand Central Station
View of Grand Central station
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