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Nueva York

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Skyline de noche Centro de Nueva York Estatua de la Libertad Manhattan


With its world recognisable skyline and over 8.3 million people from all corners of the globe, New York City is a truly unique destination.

Whether you’ve visited NY before or are going for the first time, there’s always something new to see and do. It has world-class dining, shopping, nightlife and culture and New York City’s streets move with an unmistakable rhythm that attracts more than 45 million visitors every year.

Some of the iconic visitor stop-offs include: The Empire State Building, Central Park, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck and the South Street Seaport, a walk around Wall Street, Chinatown, Little Italy, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side offers a window into the City’s history. For your photo opportunity take a ferry cruise to the Statue of Liberty, or a family history lesson at Ellis Island.

A trip to New York City isn’t complete without sampling its cultural offerings. You could visit the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, or you could pay a visit to some of the smaller, boutique galleries in Chelsea, SoHo and the Lower East Side. Meanwhile, for lovers of modern art you have the Museum of Arts and Design and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.

Experience music at indie rock clubs; enjoy classical music, opera and ballet at Lincoln Center or Carnegie Hall; or groove on down at a Harlem jazz club. Of course, you could always head for the bright lights of Broadway and take in a musical!

For those who enjoy shopping, New York is paradise. You can find flagship stores on Fifth and Madison Avenues, small boutiques in SoHo or hip vintage stores in the East Village.

Cuánto vale?

1 Litro de leche entera $2.41 1.72 €
1kg de Manzanas $3.18 2.27 €
Abono de transporte mensual $96.00 69.00 €

Cómo llegar

The City is served by LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), both in Queens, and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in neighboring New Jersey. All three airports provide access to the City via taxis, buses, subways and trains.

Public transportation is the preferred method of travel for most New Yorkers and NYC tourists. When traveling to and from NY airports, AirTrain, subway, and bus are all systems that can transport you efficiently.

JFK Airport transportation is easiest when using AirTrain JFK and NYC Subway (http://www.mta.info/nyct/service/airport.htm). You must locate the Howard Beach AirTrain Station by using subway train “A” then connect to AirTrain JFK. Most subway lines connect to train “A” but be sure you take the “A” train marked “Far Rockaway” or “Rockaway Park” and not “Lefferts Boulevard.” The train takes approximately twelve minutes to get to the JFK Airport from the Howard Beach station. AirTrain fare is $5 in addition to subway fees. You are welcome to pay your AirTrain fare with a pay-per-ride MetroCard.

Taxis from JFK to Manhattan take 45-60 minutes and cost $45 before tip and tolls. La Guardia is much closer and a cab should not be more than $30. Newark to Manhattan taxis take 35-50 minutes.

Private bus services to Grand Central Station, Penn Station and Port Authority are fast and cost $16-$28 (£10-£18) depending on the airport.

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