The most populous city in America, this city needs no introduction. Some of the most visited tourist attractions of America lie in New York. The city is a hub of monuments and movements, of museums and metropolitan culture, and to experience any of these popular places, you can head to
Nothing defines New York quite like bodega bacon, egg & cheese. DiFara Pizza of The Classic has long lines of people waiting to get their hands on a mozzarella-laden 12-inch delight. A tiny shop on Roosevelt Avenue that is a progression from a street cart, “The Arepa Lady” as she is fondly known, whips up the best Columbian arepa de chocolo.Chinatown, in the lower part of Manhattan, is the hub of frenzied activities. Chicken and waffles, a comfort food like no other, is a speciality of Red Rooster Harlem. L&B Spumoni Gardens have been famous for generations for their Sicilian Pie so grab a seat at the massive backyard of this restaurant in Gravesend, Brooklyn.How To Reach?
John F. Kennedy Airport is the busiest and chief airport in New York. Upon disembarking, you can hire a taxi to take you to the hotel OYO Hotel JFK Airport which is the nearest hotel to the airport, taking you ten minutes in traffic. It is at a convenient 1.8 miles from the airport. The city’s boroughs of Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and The Bronx are well-connected via rail and the mass transit Subway is the best option to get around New York. Buses are another alternative that requires the same MetroCard as the Subway. The proximity of New York to water means that it has a developed ferry system that takes passengers to uptown and downtown Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and New Jersey.