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Plan Your Trip to New York City in 10 Steps


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Traveling to New York City
Plane Taking Off

Plane Taking Off

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For international travelers and visitors making short trips from far away, flying into New York City is a great option. I've gathered all the information you need to fly into New York, from helping you to get the best airfare to navigating your way from the airport to Manhattan.
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New York Area Airports

Taking the Train
Trains to New York City can be an efficient, stress-free, and affordable way to visit and are available from throughout the United States and Canada.
Trains Serving New York City

Taking the Bus
Buses offer travelers an affordable way to visit New York City. Buses to New York City are particularly convenient for visitors from Washington, DC, Boston and Philadelphia, as well as New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Buses Serving New York City

Driving to New York City
Since you probably won't need a car when you get to New York City, parking is quite expensive, and driving can be confusing for the uninitiated, I highly recommend taking one of the commuter trains from Connecticut, New York or New Jersey rather than driving into New York City. If you decide to drive, pay close attention to parking signs, because getting your car out of the pound can be expensive and time consuming.

Getting To New York City From...
If you're traveling from another city in the northeast, we've put together some helpful guides to help you consider your travel options:

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