NEW YORK CITY
Club Teams: Good, games vs NYC public schools
School Teams: Good, school teams can play public and private schools
Hotels: Budget option in New Jersey
Mid-level to luxury options close to Times Sq
Avg high of 6C to 13C during the days, avg low of -3C to 4C overnight, avg of 30% of days with rain in Dec/Jan
Public Transport: Excellent, subway is very accessible
Charter/Self Drive: Charter coach to and from airport recommened
PRO SPORTS TEAMS
NBA: Two - Knicks, Nets
NFL: Two - Giants and Jets
NHL (Ice-Hockey): Two - Islanders, Rangers
MLB (Baseball): Two - Mets, Yankees (not in season)
New York City is a highlight for all travellers. Times Square is a must see attraction with its electronic billboards and huge HD screen. Just a few blocks north is Central Park, with great views of the city, and Rockefeller Plaza, well-known for its ice skating and huge Christmas tree.
Use the Subway to get around town: At Grand Central Station check out where so many movies have been shot, and around the corner is an icon of New York – the Empire State building.
For hoops junkies there’s the Knicks and Nets, take a tour of Madison Square Garden and don’t miss the NBA Store on 5th Avenue for some retail therapy. Other spectacular sights to visit in the Big Apple are One World Tower, which stands where the twin towers once stood, the 9/11 Memorial, the center of the finance world - Wall Street, Lady Liberty herself, and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The City that Never Sleeps is a one-of-a-kind destination for tour groups that will amaze you.
WHAT TO DO IN NEW YORK CITY ...
Central Park - OUR REVIEW
One World Tower
Empire State Building - OUR REVIEW
Top of the Rock - OUR REVIEW
Intrepid Naval Museum
Wall Street - OUR REVIEW
9/11 Memorial - OUR REVIEW
9/11 Museum - OUR REVIEW
Times Square - OUR REVIEW
Grand Central Station - OUR REVIEW
Madison Sq Garden - OUR REVIEW
The High Line - OUR REVIEW
Battery Park - OUR REVIEW
Statue of Liberty
Museum of Natural Science