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About New York City
As the nation's biggest and busiest metropolis, New York is truly the City That Never Sleeps. From culture to sports to cuisine, New York has something to tempt every type of traveler. Find the ideal New York apartment for your group, and settle in to enjoy your visit to the Big Apple.
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About New York City
As the nation's biggest and busiest metropolis, New York is truly the City That Never Sleeps. From culture to sports to cuisine, New York has something to tempt every type of traveler. Find the ideal New York apartment for your group, and settle in to enjoy your visit to the Big Apple.
New York City Climate
New York City has a humid subtropical climate and boasts nearly 250 days of sunshine a year. If you visit during the summer months, you'll typically find temperatures in the mid-80s, tempered by the occasional heat wave. In December and January, lows dip down into the upper 20s, and the city gets about 2 feet of snow during the winter season. If the weather is a concern for your trip, keep in mind that spring and fall tend to be the most pleasant seasons to visit. April, May, September, and October bring mild temperatures in the 60s and 70s, along with ample sunshine.
How to Get Around New York City
After you've landed at JFK International Airport or LaGuardia Airport or arrived by train at Grand Central Station or Pennsylvania Station, hail a taxi or hop on the city's public transit system. During your stay, you'll find that relying on taxis or using the city's subway and bus network will get you from virtually all New York apartments to every attraction, restaurant, and point of interest. Driving is certainly an option in New York, too. With heavy traffic and pricey parking, however, it's neither the most pleasant nor the most affordable way to get around.
Best Things to Do in New York City
From art to film to history to space, there's a museum for everyone in NYC. Check out the blockbuster exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or learn about the city's history at the Museum of the City of New York. Immerse yourself in history at the American Museum of Natural History, or check out the impressive vessels at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Sports fans can take their pick from about a dozen professional teams in the area. Visit during the spring to catch a New York Mets or New York Yankees game. Get ready for some football in the autumn by grabbing tickets to a New York Giants or New York Jets game. Summer means soccer, and the metro area boasts two MLS teams. Swing by during the winter and you'll have your work cut out for you, with two NBA teams and three NHL teams to watch and enjoy.
Dishes to Die for in New York City
If you want to sample the best dishes in NYC, start with a few classics, and then mix in some of the newest favorites. Go iconic with a pastrami on rye at Katz's Delicatessen, snack on the signature dish at Mamoun's Falafel, and grab a slice at Joe's Pizza. Then try some of the city's more recent highlights, such as pork ramen at Ippudo, a lamb burger at Xi'an Famous Foods, and cereal milk at Momofuku Milk Bar.