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How much do things cost in New York?
Milk (1 liter) $1.40
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $31.21
Water bottle (0.33 liter) $1.55
Mid-range restaurant $75.00
Combo meal at McDonalds $7.75
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.16
Tomato (1kg) $4.52
Potato (1kg) $1.99
Taxi 1hour Waiting $30.00
Oranges (1kg) $3.89
* All price are converted to USD

About New York

Whether you're interested in thin-crusted, New York style pizza, seeing the Seinfeld Restaurant, Time Square or going for a stroll through Central Park, New York City is a city of dreams, possibilities and an amazing destination for travel. Whether you're interested in exploring the fine fashion, paying a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art or seeing a Broadway show, this city has something to make everyone happy. If you're thinking about booking a trip to New York, take a look at cheap flights to New York.

The Statue of Liberty is a well-known American symbol and a premiere tourist destination. Originally built as a symbol of friendship between the Americans and the French, it was designed by Bartholdi and dedicated in 1886. The legendary woman lifting a torch is a symbol of American freedom and democracy and has traditionally greeted American immigrants who arrived at the shores of Ellis Island. So come to see the famous blue woman who originally welcomed the' tired, poor and huddled masses,' the American immigrants.

Come visit the bright lights and electrified, neon signs of Times Square. Whether you've come to see the giant billboards, street performers or you've come to do a little shopping, it should be first on your list if you're new to New York.

See the most widely visited urban park in the United States, Central Park. From rock climbing to horse carriages and the Central Park Zoo, there are numerous attractions to take part in, in addition to just taking a stroll around the park and enjoying the scenery.

With an art collection of more than 1.5 million pieces, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is perhaps one of the finest art museums in the world. The museum features works from such renowned artists as Rembrandt, Thomas Cole and fabulous life-like dioramas, dinosaur fossils and a planetarium. It's an excellent place to take the kids for an afternoon or the perfect place to take a quiet stroll, and get lost in your own thoughts.

What would a trip to New York be without trying a piece of delicious thin-crust New York style pizza? The stuff of legends, there are a few places in New York City that are particularly recommended. Di Fara Pizza and L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn are two acclaimed pizza pie restaurants, serving up pizza by the slice or the pie. Joe's Pizza, Maffei's and Spunto are a few other acclaimed thin crust, New York pizza style joints in New York City. Wherever you choose to go, take a trip into New York pizza heaven.

Visiting New York and New York City shouldn't be simply thoughts, they should be a given. With almost 8,500,000 people and nearly 800 languages spoken, New York is home to enormous cultural diversity, artistic inspiration and is one of the largest fashion and theatre capitals in the world. It's the perfect place for a visit, so why not check out cheap flights to New York?

Top attractions in New York

Statue of Liberty

The United States is home to many different icons that represent the country and have become some of the trademarks that many foreign countries use to identify the United States. The Statue of Liberty is one of these icons. If you ask anyone that lives in the United States what one thing that they associate with the United States and the freedom that the country represents, a majority of those people will likely answer the Statue of Liberty. She is one of the national treasures that every American citizen should visit at some point in their life.

Greenwich Village

Some of us have the notion that New York is all about modern buildings, busy and bustling streets and people, people, people hurriedly walking to where they want to go. Well, think again. There is the historic and beatnik Greenwich Village. It is not only known for being the bohemian capital of New York, but also for its tree-lined streets that lead you to unforgettable food experiences, a unique cultural setting and a charmingly fascinating neighborhood.

NYC Central Park

Ahhhh… Central Park! This wide open space is New York's haven for rest and recreation. Its 843 acres house lakes, ponds, walking tracks, ice-skating rinks, a wildlife sanctuary, the Central Park Conservatory Garden and so much more. All these are aimed to provide harried New Yorkers a spot of relaxation. It is a favorite haunt of joggers, skaters, bicyclists, and those who simply want to breathe in some fresh air and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Tourists, on the other hand, love to drop by this place because this is very much part of New York. What's more, it has since gained popularity as it is often featured in movies and television shows. No wonder it is the United States' most visited city park.

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Information about travelling to New York

  • Maximum temperature during the year in New York
    40 °C
  • Minimum temperature during the year in New York
    -19 °C
  • Average temperature for this month in New York
    10 °C

Airports of New York

John F Kennedy International
La Guardia
Idlewild Intl