How To Get There

Getting to New York City is not a cumbersome task, as there are plenty of travelling options available to its visitors. The city is easily accessible by air, rail and roadways.

How to Get There by Air
There are three prime airports that serve the wonderful city of New York namely John F. Kennedy International Airport (the largest airport of New York), Fiorello LaGuardia Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. There are numerous airlines that operate regular flights on a frequent basis to and from New York City. The airports also provide the tourists with the services of shuttle buses, which take them conveniently to their respective hotels.

 Super shuttles run extremely fast and provide door to door services from one airport to another. Air trains run 24 hours in a day to take people to Manhattan. For children below the age of five years, the ride in air train is free of cost. Some of the air trains require the tourists to buy a Metro card, which is shown at the time of their entry and exit from their respective trains.

How to Get There by Train
There are two major railway stations in New York City, namely Pennsylvania Station and the Grand Central Terminal. These rail terminals are located on the Western side and Eastern side of the midtown respectively. There are a large number of bus as well as subway lines that serve the two railway terminals. Metro North Commuter Railroad leads to the suburbs of the New York City.  Amtrak is the U.S. national passenger railroad that is well connected to several points in the Unites States of America.

How to Get There by Road
Getting to New York City is quite easy via roadways. There is a vast network of roads, which has paved way for the rise in the demand of public transportation. If you are planning to reach New York City by car, make sure that you leave early in the morning when roads are not full of traffic. Avoid moving during the rush hours.

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