Getting Around NYC

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New York has it all – fabulous food, glittering entertainment, world-class museums, exciting sports events, incredible shopping, and so many places of historical and cultural interest even native New Yorkers only get to scratch the surface. Join us as we share some of the insider tips that make a visit to the Big Apple so memorable.

Central Park Bike Tours

Central Park Bike Tours

Experience a memorable journey through Frederick Law Olmstead's masterpiece in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Your experienced tour guide will provide you with background information, historical facts and point out some of the best photo opportunity spots. Includes: Live Guide AllMore
Help Planning Your NYC Vacation

Help Planning Your NYC Vacation

Need help planning your NYC vacation? Planning a vacation can be overwhelming—especially with hundreds of New York attractions. Shopping around to find the most exciting activities and best deals can take a lot of time. Let City Experts do the planning for you. City Experts has compiled More
NYC Discount Tickets and Passes

NYC Discount Tickets and Passes

Our list of NYC discount tickets and passes from a verity of providers. Group several attractions together and get a great deal! NYC Explorer Pass With the New York Explorer Pass you can save up to 45% off regular admission rates to over 50 top New York City attractions. Choose 3, 5, 7, or 10 attrMore
NYC Airport Shuttle

NYC Airport Shuttle

Looking for a convenient, fast, affordable way to get to and from NYC airports? NYC Airport Shuttle service gets you to JFK, LaGuardia and Newark—and back—with total ease. Most share ride shuttle vans hold up to 11 passengers and provide maximum comfort and door-to-door service. GO Airlink NYC More
Top NYC Bus Tours
NYC Restaurant Grading System

NYC Restaurant Grading System

Selecting a place to eat out is easy with the NYC restaurant grading system. The system was enacted in July 2010 by the New York City Department of Health. The grade reflects the results of a sanitary inspection which occurs at least once a year. The overall score reflects how wall a restaurant is mMore
To and From Newark Liberty Airport

To and From Newark Liberty Airport

AirTrain Newark Passengers can connect with NJ TRANSIT trains to Newark Liberty International Airport via AirTrain Newark. From New York Penn Station, take any NJ TRANSIT train that stops at the Newark Liberty International Airport Station (NLIAS). From Downtown Manhattan, take PATH (WTCMore
AirTrain JFK

AirTrain JFK

AirTrain is fast, affordable and reliable, reducing travel time to and from the airport through convenient connections to local railroads, subways and buses. AirTrain JFK runs 24/7 and costs $5.00 each way (children under 5 ride free). Payment is made at Howard Beach or Sutphin Blvd in JamaiMore
To JFK and LGA using NYC Transit

To JFK and LGA using NYC Transit

To JFK International Airport AirTrain JFK takes you directly to JFK International Airport. The subway lines that take you to AirTrain JFK are the A, E, J and Z. The A connects to AirTrain at the Howard Beach station. The E, J and Z connects to AirTrain at the Sutphin Boulevard-Archer AveMore
Manhattan Neighborhoods

Manhattan Neighborhoods

Battery Park City Built on ninety-two acres of landfill, this waterfront neighborhood is bounded to the north by Chambers Street, to the east by West Street, to the south by Pier A and to the west by the Hudson River. The initial plan was completed in 1988. Click here for more. Carnegie HMore
MetroCard Choices

MetroCard Choices

* Please note all prices, discounts and MTA rules on this page are subject to change by MTA Pay-Per-Ride (Regular) MetroCard - $2.25 The Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard includes one free transfer from bus to bus, bus to subway or subway to bus if made within two hours of original boarding time. On Pay-PMore
Useful Information for Visitors

Useful Information for Visitors

Time New York City is located in the Eastern Standard Time zone. From the first Sunday in April to the fourth Sunday in October, the city observes Eastern Daylight Savings Time. (Spring ahead – one hour). From October to April, the city observes Eastern Standard Time. (Fall back – one hour). BusMore
Long Term Parking

Long Term Parking

There's no reason to drive your car into Manhattan, when cabs and mass transit can take you everywhere for less than the cost of overnight parking in midtown Manhattan. You'll save on parking, car rental fees, gas and headaches if you use one of the long term parking lots at Newark Liberty InternatiMore
Save up to 50% off on same-day Yankee tickets

Save up to 50% off on same-day Yankee tickets

Score big savings on Yankee tickets at the Modell’s Times Square New York Yankees Ticket Booth!  Modell’s is a sporting good retailer in NYC and the ONLY place in the world to find day-of game ticket specials up to 50% off! Mo-Saver tickets go on sale starting at 8am for day games and noon for nightMore
To and From JFK Airport

To and From JFK Airport

Our guide to and from JFK airport: AirTrain JFK AirTrain JFK links the region's rail and subway transportation network to NYC. AirTrain has three service routes: Airline Terminal route (Inner Loop). Howard Beach route. Jamaica Station route. Variable message signs in the stations locMore
Getting Around by Foot

Getting Around by Foot

Manhattan is mostly a grid system of uptown/downtown streets intersecting with crosstown streets so it's hard to get lost here. Most of the city is flat, perfect for strolling. Exploring it all from a walker's pace, at eye level, is the best way to get a real feel for the city. It's the cheapestMore
Getting around by Subway

Getting around by Subway

More than 3.5 million daily riders consider the subways the fastest, easiest way to get around the city. Trains run 24 hours a day, with waiting time between trains normally just a few minutes, depending on the time of day. The 714-mile New York City subway system has 468 stations serving 24 More
Getting Around by Bus

Getting Around by Bus

3,700 buses operate throughout the five boroughs on more than 200 routes. The bus fare is $2.25 per ride, no matter the distance. You can pay your fare with a MetroCard, or exact change in coins. The driver does not give change and fareboxes do not accept dollar bills or pennies. A MetroCard More
Getting Around by Taxi

Getting Around by Taxi

* Please note prices on this page are subject to change Initial Charge (upon entry) $3.00 Mileage Charge $.40 per 1/5 mile Waiting Time $.40 per 120 seconds JFK Flat Fare to Manhattan $45.00 Newark Airport Surcharge $15.00 Night Surcharge 8pm - 6am 7 nights More
Getting Around by Water Taxi

Getting Around by Water Taxi

New York Water Taxi connects you to neighborhoods, parks and cultural attractions along the West Side, Lower Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn waterfronts. The bright-yellow catamarans sporting black-and-white checks are perfect for quick trips along New York City's waterfront. You can hop on and More
NYC Time Around the World

NYC Time Around the World

New York City is located in the Eastern Standard Time zone. From the first Sunday in April to the fourth Sunday in October, the city observes Eastern Daylight Savings Time. (Spring ahead – one hour). From October to April, the city observes Eastern Standard Time. (Fall back – one hour). When it'sMore
Finding the Nearest Cross Street and Address in NYC

Finding the Nearest Cross Street and Address in NYC

Key to Manhattan Streets The following chart is a New York City travel survival tool. Drop the last figure of the address you are looking to find, divide by 2, and add or subtract according to the chart below. The answer is the nearest numbered cross street. (This formula does not apply to BMore