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Holiday Destination: New York City

New York City is a city in the State of New York. It can be accessed by bridges, tunnels and ferries from New York State, New Jersey and Connecticut. It was the site of the first capital building. The state of New York consists of 62 different cities. It is the largest city in America. It is sometimes referred to as the Big Apple , New York City is a favorite destination for both domestic and international visitors.


Summer 69°F -84°F (21°C-29°C) & Winter 28°F- 45°F(-2°C- 7°C)

Tourist Season

Round the Year


Hotel and Apartments are available which suit all budgets

General Information Of New York

  • Land Area: 301 sq. miles
  • Capital City: Albany
  • Population: 8.2 million
  • Languages: English, Spanish, and French

Tourist Attraction in or Near by New York

  • Empire State Building

The Empire State Building celebrated its 80th Anniversary on May 1, 2011 -- it was officially opened on May 1, 1931 when President Hoover pressed a button in Washington, D.C. The Empire State Building is located on 34th Street and Fifth Avenue and is visible from many places in New York City.

  • Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from the French people to the people of the United States as a symbol of the international friendship forged during the American Revolution. The Statue was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi and the pedestal by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel. The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor. To get to the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, you'll need to take a ferry from Battery Park City or New Jersey.

  • Grand Central Station

Grand Central Terminal (Grand Central Station) is a beautiful Beaux-arts building in midtown Manhattan. It's the place to meet on your way to and through New York City, but there's more to Grand Central than train tracks.

  • Rockefeller Center

The Rockefeller Center complex was built during the Great Depression, providing much needed work for New Yorkers, as well as reflecting the art deco styling popular during the time. Rockefeller Center was revolutionary at the time introducing the idea of incorporating art work throughout, parking garages, and centralized heating.

  • Getting To Ellis Island

Ellis Island was the point of entry for over 12 million third class and steerage passengers arriving by steamship to New York City between 1892 and 1954. Immigrants processed at Ellis Island underwent legal and medical examinations before being cleared for entry to the United States. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum is located on Ellis Island in the New York Harbor. To get to Ellis Island, you'll need to take a ferry from Battery Park City or New Jersey.

  • The Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry serves commuters traveling between Staten Island and Lower Manhattan, but visitors looking to see New York City's working waterfront (& the Statue of Liberty) will enjoy the free ride across the New York Harbor.

  • American Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History is an important scientific and cultural institution. The American Museum of Natural History features impressive exhibitions and collections about human cultures, the natural world and the universe. Whether you're interested in dinosaurs or ecology, Native Americans or cosmic pathways, New York City's American Museum of Natural History has something for everyone.

  • Central Park

Central Park plays an essential role in the everyday lives of New Yorkers by providing 843 acres of paths, lakes and open spaces for escaping the din and chaos of the surrounding city. Visitors to New York City are often impressed with Central Park's beauty and size, making it a wonderful place for visitors to New York City to enjoy a bit of relaxation and get a better sense of what it's like to live in New York City.

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of New York City's most popular tourist attractions, the Metropolitan Museum of Art welcomes over 5 million visitors a year. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection and special exhibits offer something for everyone -- from Ancient Egyptian Vases and Roman Statues to Tiffany Stained Glass and Rembrandt Paintings there is something for nearly everyone.

  • MoMA

Founded in 1929 as the first museum dedicated entirely to contemporary art, the MoMA is home to an impressive collection of modern artistic efforts. The impressive permanent collection at the MoMA features numerous famous works of art, and ever-changing exhibitions ensure that even repeat visitors won't get bored.


Road Bus Terminal

  • Port Authority Bus Terminal

625 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10018

Nearest Airport

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

JFK, in Queens (at the south end of the Van Wyck Expressway), primarily handles international flights.

  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

LaGuardia, also in Queens (on the Grand Central Parkway), mainly handles domestic flights.

  • Newark International Airport (EWR)

Newark, in Newark, New Jersey, handles both domestic and international flights.

Nearest Railway Station

  • Penn Station

234 W. 31st Street-Pennsylvania Station
8th Avenue and W. 31st/33rd Streets
New York, NY 10001

  • Grand Central Station

Grand Central is a commuter rail terminal station
42nd Street, Park Avenue
Midtown Manhattan
New York City

  • Newark airport train station

There is a railway stop at the Newark international airport. It's connected with the airport terminal by a skytrain.

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