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City Guide : New YorkNew York City is the most populous city in the United States of America. It is also termed as “the Big Apple” or “the City that never sleeps”. Having a population of 8.1 million, the city is divided up into five boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. New York City has been a center of the world's financial system since World War II and is home to many of the world's most influential stock markets and financial institutions.
Tourist AttractionsIn New York, you find all of the nationwide attributes – the diversity, the culture, the style – intensified in an intriguing way. Only here, you experience those sublime moments that New York City is famous for. If you're a first-time visitor, come see for yourself the Empire State and Chrysler buildings, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Bronx Zoo, Staten Island Ferry, Brooklyn Bridge and all the other world-famous attractions of the city. If you've been here before, there's always another neighbourhood to explore, another restaurant to try, another Broadway show and museum to see, another don't-miss cultural performance or sporting event.
The New York City Subway is a rapid transit system operated by the New York City Transit Authority, an affiliate of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority as MTA New York City Transit. Together with its bus operations, it is one of the most extensive public transportation systems in the world, with 468 reported passenger stations. There are 656 miles (1056 km) of revenue track, and a total of 842 miles (1355 km) including non-revenue trackage. Getting around New York City is a breeze, thanks to 3,700 buses, 714 miles of subways, 12,000 taxis and limousines, and countless feeder roads. There are also ferries, helicopters, bicycles, and frequent Amtrak and commuter rail service. And don’t forget your feet! New York is a walking city – flat and much of it on a grid.
Culture & EntertainmentCentral Park
The Central Park is a large public, urban park (3.41 km²) in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. With about twenty-five million visitors annually, Central Park is the most visited city park in the United States, and its appearance in many movies and television shows has made it the most renowned one among the famous city parks in the world.
Within only a quarter of a square mile, SoHo has an estimated 250 art galleries, four museums, nearly 200 restaurants, and 100 stores.
In Greenwich Village, you'll find all sorts of one-of-a-kind items, including jewelery, accessories, trend-setting designer outfits and vintage wear.
Uptown in Harlem, homes and businesses are being renovated and the economy is thriving. The center of Harlem's new Renaissance is 125th Street. Harlem USA, a 285,000 square-foot retail and entertainment complex is at the intersection of 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. The Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market is an open air market selling African clothing, instruments and crafts.
For 10,000-square-feet of in-season designer fashions for women at discount prices, go to Aaron's. Kleinfeld, open since 1941, has the world's largest selection of exclusive European and American designer wedding and evening gowns in an elegant European setting.
Food & DrinkIf you're hungry in New York, you're just not trying - it's a glutton's dream. With around 20,000 eateries, the possibilities are almost endless: you could have dinner at a different restaurant every night for 50 years, running the gourmet gamut from hot dog to Cordon Bleu.
New York City has many great restaurants. French restaurants, Italian restaurants, Chinese restaurants and more are existed in the city. New York City has a lot of restaurants to choose from. Try a new restaurant today, and enjoy the restaurants in New York City.
ShoppingNew York City is a shopper's paradise. The stores include everything from the world's largest department store to tiny, hip boutiques. You can find anything here from every corner of the globe.
Macy's Herald Square, the world's largest department store, is one of the New York City's most famous retail icons and is renowned for its annual Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Affectionately known as "Bloomie's," Bloomingdale's has been a Saturday afternoon "see-and-be-seen" institution for decades. This East Side mecca's main floor handbag department has one of the best selections in the city.
Saks Fifth Avenue opened its flagship store in 1924, a location now across the street from Rockefeller Center (at the time midtown was "uptown" and mainly a residential district). It has grown to operate 62 stores selling the finest in women's and men's designer collections, sportswear, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, fragrances, and jewellery.
For many visitors, Fifth Avenue from 50th to 59th Street is New York City's must-see shopping destination. It is filled with a mix of upscale boutiques, well-known chains and attractions.
To hail a taxi you need to stand at the edge of the street with your hand in the air. You need to know with which numbered avenue the street you’re going to intersects. The street and number alone may not always be sufficient.
Ten to fifteen percent of the fare is sufficient for the tip.
The fare from JFK Airport to the city center is a flat 45 dollars. Added to this are five dollars and any tolls.
If you take a “limousine”, it is essential that you first ask the driver how much it will cost and try to bargain over the fare.
Every light on a taxi means something. If only the middle light on top of the taxi is on, it means the vehicle is free. If the side lights are also on, it means the taxi is not in service. If no light is on, the taxi already has a passenger.
You cannot call a taxi in advance by telephone. If you don’t want to hail a taxi on the street, you will need to contact one of the city’s special transportation services.
You can call 311 regarding complaints or lost items.
London’s black cabs are just one of the city’s many icons.
Choose taxis for frequent short-distance travel around the city during the day. It will be less tiring than taking the metro and not all that expensive.
If the light on top of the cab is on, it means it is ready to pick up passengers.
Cabs in London are legally required to pick up any passenger who is traveling for a distance up to 12 miles or 1 hour duration.
All London cabs are wheelchair accessible. Assistance dogs may also ride at no extra charge.
Cab fares start from £2.20 pounds sterling and are calculated by a meter. There is a £2.40 charge when you take a black cab from Heathrow Airport, and a £2 charge when you book a black cab by telephone instead of hailing one on the street.
If you don’t want anxiety during your ride to spoil the romantic atmosphere of Paris, there are some things you need to know.
If you are planning to take a taxi in Paris, be sure that you have some change.
You are not required to tip when you take a taxi in Paris. Under French law the tip and any additional charges are automatically included in the final fare. You may nevertheless want to throw in an extra tip to express your personal pleasure.
Hailing a taxi in Paris is not easy. It makes more sense to go to a stand where taxis are waiting.
If you are planning to take a taxi from a touristic attraction like the Louvre or Notre Dame de Paris, be sure to leave some extra time for finding one. You could wait up to 30 minutes.
If you don’t speak French, you might have trouble communicating. It’s a good idea to have the address you want to go to written on a piece of paper in French.
Beijing is one of the most populous cities not just in China but in the world. Getting around Beijing with its tens of thousands of taxis raises a few questions.
A taxi from the airport to the city center will cost you 100-200 Yuan.
Definitely have the address you want to go to written down in Chinese, because it’s extremely difficult to find a taxi driver who speaks English in Beijing.
Taxi fares may vary depending on the type of vehicle you take. You will find information about fares on the window of the taxi.
If you are going to a touristic site outside the city center, be sure to bargain and make sure the taxi waits for you. Taxi drivers don’t like to return empty from distant destinations and may be willing to work specially for you for a round-trip or slightly higher fare.
In addition to the licensed taxis, a large number of people are also moonlighting as taxi drivers in Beijing. Do not under any circumstances get into a taxi without a meter.
If you have no information about taxi fares, don’t agree to fixed fares but insist that the driver starts the meter.
Ticket Sales Offices : New York
NEW YORK HEAD OFFICE (Administrative office only)
(for ticketing and reservation, please call our Call Center or refer to our JFK counters)
|Address||350 Fifth Avenue Suite 7510 New York, NY 10118|
Saturday : Closed
Sunday : Closed
Monday - Friday : 09:00 A.M - 05:30 P.M (EST)
|CALL CENTER FOR NORTH AMERICA|
|Phone||1-800-874-8875 (Toll free)|
Weekdays 24 hours ( Daily )
|JOHN F. KENNEDY (JFK) INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - SALES & OPERATIONS|
|Address||JFK Int’l Airport Terminal 1 Jamaica, NY 11430|
Weekdays 09:00 A.M – 11:00 P.M (EST)
|JOHN F. KENNEDY (JFK) INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – CARGO|
|Address||JFK Int’l Airport Cargo Building 9 Jamaica NY, 11430|
|firstname.lastname@example.org - For all cargo related issues.|
Weekdays 09:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday – Friday)
New York : Airport Information
John F Kennedy Airport
Address : John F Kennedy International Airport, Building 14, Jamaica, New York 11430, USA Phone : +1 718 244 4444
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