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Travel Tips to New York (JFK)
One of the United States’ most populated metropolitan areas, New York City is a haven of music, art, fashion, food and culture. Thousands of tourists from all over the world book tickets to New York each year to experience the vitality of the Big Apple. This bustling city is a melting pot of nationalities and cultures and is always on the go.
New York’s Must-See Attractions
- View one of the United States’ most popular icons, the Statue of Liberty. Climb the interior of this massive monument and marvel at the panoramic views of the city
- Take a stroll through Central Park, a lush green oasis amidst a forest of steel and concrete skyscrapers
- Admire the innovative architectural design and view masterful works of art at the Guggenheim Museum
Hidden Gems in New York
In addition to the art, culture and excitement, another reason tourists book flights to New York City each year is the science and technology attractions. At the American Museum of Natural History you’ll find the Hayden Planetarium and one of the world’s largest collections of dinosaur bones.
New York Sightseeing
Towering skyscrapers in New York City provide spectacular bird’s-eye views. Visit the iconic Empire State Building and see one of the most well-known cityscapes for yourself. For a view of the Statue of Liberty minus the crowds, take a ferry from Staten Island.
Plan Your New York Holiday
The summer months between May and September, as well as the time between late November and early January (Thanksgiving to New Year) are the busiest times for the city. You can find flight deals to New York outside these time periods and avoid the crowds. Cheap hotels in New York are most likely to be found early in the year, between February and April.