How To: Transfer To and From NYC Airports

How To: Transfer To and From NYC Airports

There are three airports serving New York City: LaGuardia, Newark and JFK, and many options to commute to and from each. Although the planning can sometimes appear to be a bit overwhelming, we promise that the process will run smooth as long as you do a small amount of planning beforehand. Here are our recommendations to start your NYC experience with no stress.

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How to Navigate New York: The Unwritten Rules of The City

How to Navigate New York: The Unwritten Rules of The City

It is very easy to get caught up in the glitz and the glam of the New York City lights and action. Of course when visiting, you want to be sure that your experience lives up to the expectations that are engraved in you based on the vibrant images that movies, TV-shows and songs that have painted in your mind. What visitors often overlook, however, are the tourist traps that will pave their way way.  And all the discounted or free things that can be sought out to keep the budget on track. Here are our advice and also some etiquette tips to make the most out of your New York City vacation.

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How To: Prepare for NYC Weather

How To: Prepare for NYC Weather

New York City is full of surprises, but the weather should not be one of them. When traveling to New York City during the Summer, Fall, Winter or Spring, it is important to keep an eye on the weather reports weeks leading up to your stay. Mother Nature is very bipolar on the East Coast, and we want you to be as prepared as possible for a comfortable stay here in the city that we love. We know the feeling of getting stuck in the middle of a thunderstorm, soggy shoes and foggy glasses – we do not want that to be your NYC memory. Pack accordingly and prepare yourself for New York City in the scorching Summer, mild Fall, freezing Winter or slushy Spring. Read more

How To: New York City Transportation, Lodging, and Expenses

How To: New York City Transportation, Lodging, and Expenses

Visiting New York City is exciting, but you must not forget about the fun part…logistics, logistics, logistics! Our aim is to make the process as smooth as possible for you so you can enjoy the best things to do in New York. Here are some tips and tricks to help you maneuver the city like a professional!

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Expected Weather during a NYC Stay

Expected Weather during a NYC Stay

Rain or shine, New York is always a good trip idea! Indeed, even when my Sicilian roots resurface and get me excited with the first ray of sunshine, I also appreciate the fresh and breezy nights of the City during the month of November. In this article, I will give you advice for your next trip to New York City according to the changing seasons.

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