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WIN SOME – first the good news. Cost is the same as the subway – and if you have a subway pass you can use it. This means with an unlimited trips pass the tramway will cost no extra. Pretty good deal – value wise...More
This was recommend by a friend. We enjoyed the ride to/from. Nice way to see the city and Christmas lights. You can use the metro card. Only issue - you have to get on and walk around to get back on if you don’t want...More
We saw this on posts for trips to NYC and that it would be fun to do and added it to our bucket list.
It was a lovely walk from the Rockefeller Centre after seeing the tree, TOTR and Sak's light show, it let's you...More
We didn't realize that we didn't have to pay (we had the NYC $33 metro card) but that was such a wonderful perk.
Wish we had taken both ways...but by the time we figured it out, we were heading home.
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99 percent of tourists never take the tram to Roosevelt Island, but on a nice day it’s a wonderful walk around Roosevelt Island with unexpected great views of Manhattan and the East River. Round trip on the Tram is less than $14. Also, plenty of...More
We rode the tramway in October, did a round trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. The cost (each way) is the same as a one ride on the subway and you can use your metro card for the journeys. You get a great view of the...More
Combining quiet residential neighbourhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighbourhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.