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Tourist Attractions /Activities
York, also referred to as
NYC, The Big Apple, or just the City, is one of the greatest world cities with
an abundance of attractions. New York
City is a centre for media, culture, food, fashion and
York is one of the world's
greatest film cities around and is home to a huge number of theatres. New York's Broadway is
famous for its many shows, especially musicals.
- The city is the host of a variety of
parades, street festivals and outdoor pageants. Attractions to choose from
include the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Museum of Modern Art,
and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- Don't leave without trying The New York
Bagel. There is no bagel like the New York Bagel.
Flying to New York means that you will be landing at either John F. Kennedy International Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport. They are large international airports run by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
There are many shops and restaurants at the
airport that will allow you to do some shopping when you arrive.
Getting to and from the airport is also
easy with available car hire and taxi transfers to and from your hotel.
There are many hotels & guest houses in and around the city, and range from 3 - 5 stars depending on your budget. New York has some of the most expensive accommodation there is. Expect to pay between $100-$2000 for a budget room and $250-$350 for a mid-range hotel. Some of the more famous hotels in New York are the Four Seasons Hotel New York and New York Palace.
New York City has a humid continental climate and experiences all four seasons. Temperatures in winter can go down to as low as - 18°C and in summer as high as 38°C. It is also not unusual to have a sunny day followed by a night of snow. New York can also be prone to snowstorms, however snow rarely lies more than a few days. Tropical storms can also hit New York City in the summer and early fall.