Has New York City captured your imagination with its sparkling night skyline, the endless things to see and do, and the nonstop energetic pulse? Whether you’re drawn to live here or visit, there’s no denying the magnetizing pull to experience incredible NYC.
If you’re planning your first visit to New York City, this guide has everything you need to know. From itinerary ideas with maps, tips on where to stay and eat, and how to get around, you have everything you need to make your first visit to New York City an absolute success!
New York Important Data
Tradeshows in New York
NewYork has one of the most complete trade fair calendars in America. Among its trade fair calendar, to highlight three fairs, the following add more than 250,000 visitors from over 200 different countries and almost 10,000 international exhibitors.
- CURVE Expo
- Semestral in july
- Accessories the Show
- Anual in february
- Anual in october
Jacob K. Jativs Convention Center
More than at any time since its opening in 1986, the Javits Center is fulfilling its mission as the Marketplace of the World. Operated by the New York Convention Center Operating Corporation (NYCCOC), a public benefit corporation, the Javits Center helps drive the economies of New York State and New York City, generating more than $2 billion in economic activity and supporting more than 18,000 jobs a year. Nowhere in the country will you find a facility with the extensive resources, services and staff of elite professionals dedicated to making every trade show, convention and special event a success.
With 760,000 square feet of flexible exhibition space along the scenic Hudson River and a historic expansion project underway, this iconic facility can accommodate events of any size, at any time. It's no wonder that nearly 40,000 companies choose the Javits Center as their preferred venue every year, making it the busiest convention center in the country. And when you consider that the Javits Center sits at the nexus of Manhattan's resurgent West Side neighborhood, it's easy to see why whatever's happening, happens here.
Buying a SIM card in New York is really simple, you can get it in any telephone operator, The main companies are: T- Mobile, AT&T, H2O Wireless, Black Wireless, Air Voice and GOsmart.
Almost all of them have points of sale in the airport terminals, train stations and in the main commercial areas of the city.
We recommend you to buy the Tourism Plan at T-Mobile, it lasts 15 days, and you have 4G internet everywhere. You can find it any T- Mobile store and the cost of this is 30$ USD.
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There are several ways to translate in the center of the city, clearly in the high number of inhabitants that New York has the most effective is the subway that is perfecatly the state of the city.
Moving from the airport to the city center
Air Train + Metro: It is necessary to make this combination to get to the center, usually people make a transfer to the Jamaica station, to go downtown. The price of the air train is $ 5 + a simple pass of the metro card $ 2.75.
Taxi: The most comfortable option from the airport to Manhattan is $ 52.
NYC Express Bus: It is a private bus runs every 30 minutes, end of Times Square, costs $ 19 (one way) and $ 35 (round trip).
Move around the city
To move around the city, the New York metro will become your great ally, and the METRO card your best friend.
The list of must-see restaurants in New York is endless. We will cite 3 that in our opinion are unpredictable.
Lincoln Square Steak
The Little Owl
American - Prices range: $28-36.
+1 917 639 3098
Range prices: $15-30
What to visit?
Times Square is the epicenter and the most touristic place in New York. Everyone who comes to this city goes by several times here, either day or night, and to admire their posters and neon lights. To take good pictures you can go up the red stairs of the TKTS, from where you will have a fantastic view of this street crossing.
Rockefeller Center and Top of the rock
Rockefeller Center consists of several shopping centers with restaurants, bars and shops. Here at Christmas you can see the lights on with your famous Christmas tree and skate on its ice rink. But for us the most remarkable thing is the best viewpoint in New York: Top of the Rock. With magnificent views of Manhattan and Central Park, this viewpoint is open every day of the year and is another place to visit in New York essential.
Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge at dusk while the lights of Manhattan are lit is another of the things that can be done in New York It is the most photogenic bridge in the city that connects Manhattan with Brooklyn along almost 2 kilometers above East River. Also from here you can do some of the best photos in New York, both while crossing the bridge, and later, in Brooklyn Heights Promenade and the Empire Fulton Ferry Park, two very incredible viewpoints from where there are very good perspectives of the bridge from the side of Brooklyn
It is a very important tourist place, in which you go for a walk, picnic or practice sports, it is the lung of New York, since the city is full of giant buildings, because it is a cosmopolitan city. This immense and extraordinary park has lakes, viewpoints, statues and gardens, which makes it a place of peace for all New Yorkers. In winter there is an ice rink where you can also see a very cozy ambient, undoubtedly this place draws attention to more than one, at all times of the year.
The weather in New York has two opposite extremes, since in the summer months it is very hot due to its high humidity, as opposed to the winter months. The proximity of the sea helps winters are not too cold and summers are not very hot, that if the humidity makes the cold get into your bones and the hot days are very shameful.
The climate in summer ranges from 36º to 30º and the humidity in this season can reach more than 90%. The wettest seasons in New York are the intermediate seasons, autumn and spring.
neventum in New York
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