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Vacation Rental Price Information in New York City
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in New York City for the next twelve months. Prices rise in June and reach an average of $315 a night (6/23 - 6/30), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. The cheapest week is in January (1/19 - 1/26). Prices fall to an average of $231 per night.
Rental Availability Information in New York City
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in New York City. The week with the highest booking rate is in June (6/16 - 6/23). Only 36% of the rentals are still available. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of November (11/10 - 11/17).
The Weather in New York City
Above are the weather conditions for New York. July is the warmest month in New York City with average maximum temperatures of 86°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 28° in February. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in New York City.
Book Your New York City Vacation Home and Discover Authentic New York
Set along the Hudson River, New York regales in its various monikers: The Big Apple, Gotham, Center of the Universe, and The City That Never Sleeps. NYC features high on any traveler's bucket list, and it's easy to see why. There's something about New York that makes it an irresistible destination. Book your New York vacation rental and see for yourself why.
How to Get to New York City
The city is primarily served by John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport (New Jersey). Most domestic travelers land at the La Guardia Airport. From JFK airport, shuttles such as the Super Shuttle and NY Airport Service will get you to Manhattan on a budget. Taxis are the quickest & most convenient way to reach your New York vacation rental.
What to Eat in New York City
Whether it's the ubiquitous hot dog vendor, the Middle Eastern food stands, Chinese takeaway to eat at your New York apartment rental, or a swanky meal in a Michelin-star restaurant, the Big Apple doesn't disappoint.
Absolute musts are the New York-style bagels, hot dogs, pizzas, sandwiches, and cheesecakes. They might sound cliche but they are favorites for a reason. Vegetarians and vegans are well-catered for with many options readily available across the city. For drinks, Greenwich Village is the perfect choice with its Latin Quarter vibes and suave clientele. Brooklyn also makes a great base as an up-and-coming destination for bars, restaurants, and nightlife venues that shouldn't be missed.
The Best Time to Visit New York
Arguably, the best times to book a rental in NYC are during fall and spring when the weather is pleasant and the city full of atmosphere. Winters get chilly but in the run-up to Christmas, the city offers magical, festive vibes. Summer's soaring temperatures are perfect for those who like it warm and it's a perfect time for outdoor activities like strolling through Central Park and Coney Island.
What to do in New York City
New York's greatest icon is the Statue of Liberty, which certainly merits a visit. The nearby Ellis Island is an informative site on the history of America's immigrants. Wall Street is home to the New York Stock Exchange as well as Federal Hall, where George Washington was sworn in as America's first president.
While in NYC, it will be hard to miss the Empire State Building and the nearby Chrysler Building that dominate the city's skyline. Times Square beckons with its 24/7 flashing billboards and neon screens while Central Park holds the promise of a wonderful afternoon snooze, an outdoor performance, or horse and carriage ride by night.
Art and Culture
NYC is home to world-class museums, galleries, and performing arts spaces. The Metropolitan Museum of Art hosts works by Rembrandt and Vermeer, as well as Islamic, European, and American oeuvres. The Guggenheim Museum stuns visitors with its architecture and swirling staircases. For contemporary American art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and MoMA are fine options — the latter houses Van Gogh's Starry Night and Picasso's Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.
No one should leave New York without experiencing its Broadway culture. As well as the hit plays and musicals on Broadway, catch a show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Carnegie Hall, or Metropolitan Opera.
Best Day Trips From New York City
From NYC, it's easy to plan a day trip to the casino town of Atlantic City in New Jersey, where intriguing public art installations await. Less than 100 miles from NYC is Philadelphia, known for its historic sites, cheese steaks, and famed beer halls. Anglers should definitely fish at Freeport in Long Island, known for its fluke, bluefish, and flounder. A ferry ride will get you to Governors Island, a great spot for alfresco picnics.
New York City: The Ultimate City Vacation
Empire State Building
Standing tall even among the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan, this iconic Art Deco building is a must-see for awe-inspiring views.
Arguably one of the most famous theater scenes in the world, this array of theaters staging world-class musicals and plays is situated just a stone's throw from Times Square.
Statue of Liberty
Right in the Hudson River is another iconic piece of architecture. This colossal sculpture on Liberty Island offers great views as well as an education in the city's history.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The largest art museum in the United States, the Met's collection spans from ancient Egyptian artifacts to 20th-century modern art.
Right in the heart of Manhattan, juxtaposed against the cityscape, you'll find a vast, green haven perfect for bike rides, walking, or relaxing after a busy day.
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