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New York City is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. The happy hunting ground of some of the finest attractions, restaurants; nightclubs and shopping precincts exactly knows how to overwhelm the first timers and satiate the blase travellers. The formers bask in the glory of city's prized possessions such as Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Empire State Building, Central Park and Metropolitan Museum of Art. While wonders like Brooklyn Bridge, Greenwich Village & the West Village, Rockefeller Centre, High Line and Top of the Rock know the art of sating even the most sceptical of travelling souls.
Serving the major parts of New York City, John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) is the largest airport in the region and one of the busiest aerodromes in USA. It is located over 15 miles southeast of Manhattan and accessible by several public transports including taxi and buses. The spectacular airport boasts seven state of the art terminals well-equipped with high tech and passenger-friendly services. It also features ATM, Bureaux de change, restaurants, cafes and numerous shops including duty-free outlets. Besides, Newark Liberty International Airport is another key international airport handling good number of international flights to and from the city.
New York enjoys superb air connectivity with all corners of the world including United Kingdom. London Heathrow-New York JFK is one of the busiest air routes in the world. As good as fifty international airlines operate scheduled flights to New York, offering extensive choices and seamless connectivity between USA and UK. The two popular airlines are British Airways and Delta Airlines that remain the preferred choices of legions of Britons who seek tickets aboard flights. Both the carriers offer high frequency flights and utmost of in-flight options. Alternatively, the route is also served by various foreign airlines such as Swiss Airlines and KLM Royal Dutch.
New York is laden with some of the best accommodation options ranging from utterly stylish boutique properties to classic hotels and striking new hotels to artistic pads. It is the very land that flaunts the world-famous properties like Waldorf Astoria and The Plaza. Manhattan is a key area loaded with wide variety of major international hotel chains like Hilton, Marriot and Hyatt that are well-revered for their superlative luxury and hospitality. Long Island City, Brooklyn, New Jersey and Staten Island are the great alternatives to Manhattan. These areas offer comparatively cheap hotels and also boast vast range of hostels and affordable inns.
Autumn (September - December) is the peak season when ever alive New York city get all the more breathtaking with blooming yellow leaves all over; pleasant weather and festivities galore. It is a time when the city remains jam-packed with overseas travellers and hotel rates and airfares are extremely high. Those contemplating a visit must make sure to book their accommodation and tickets to New York well in advance. Budget travellers, on the other hand, can take advantage of the shoulder season from May to August; during late spring and early summer when the weather is tolerable. They can make hay of the fewer crowds and get comparatively cheap tickets aboard flights.
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