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Favourite Cities and Hotels in United States

While Manhattan and New York City’s boroughs offer a dizzying array of eye candy and tourist attractions, the greater metro area, which includes parts within the states of Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, deserves a positive reception as well.

From the raw, gritty and industrial fabric of Newark, New Jersey to the decidedly white collar, elegant and opulent confines of The Hamptons, Long Island, metro New York is a wild and eclectic cocktail. Cozy hamlets like New Haven and Stamford, Connecticut link with Manhattan via rapid mass transit, while towns like Paterson, New Jersey and the state capital Trenton offer quiet, lovely respites from the Big Apple. Rural New Jersey, a hop, skip and a jump from Manhattan, has a wealth of farmland and a copious bounty of wonderful produce and comestible goods for food lovers. Last but not least, museums and cultural attractions abound in close vicinity to the Ive League haunts of Princeton and Yale.


Attractions

  • Newark Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
  • Newark Museum
  • New Haven, Connecticut and Yale University
  • Liberty Science Center
  • Southampton, Long Island Beaches
  • Ellis Island
  • Princeton

  • Events

  • New Jersey Devils
  • New Haven Festival of Arts and Ideas
  • Stamford Spring Festival
  • The Hamptons International Film Festival
  • Hamptons Wine and Food Festival
  • International Auto Salon

  • Restaurants

  • Ox
  • Mantra
  • Cucharamama
  • East by Northeast
  • The Family Diner
  • Girasole
  • Je's

  • Nightlife

  • Roxy’s Music Hall
  • White House Nightclub
  • Diesel Lounge
  • Oz
  • Neat Lounge

  • The New Jersey/New York Metro area has a humid subtropical climate not unlike Manhattan, with four typical seasons.

    • Winter (December to March) -4-10°C
    • Spring (April to May) 6.5-22°C
    • Summer (June to September) 15.5-29.5°C
    • Fall (October to November) 4-18°C

    New Jersey / New York Metro Hotels

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    New Jersey/New York Metro Area

    The New Jersey/New York Metro area is a vast grouping of citiesin New York, New Jerseyand Connecticut.Known as the largest and wealthiest metropolitan area, this region is home to an endless list of things to do and see. Bright lights and big city are combined with beachside towns and boardwalks. In New York City,the ‘Big Apple’, there are shows on Broadway,shopping on Fifth Avenue,and food choices from all over the world. Chinatownis a neat experience for those travelling to the New Jersey/New York Metro area for the first time. ... Read more »

    As for the states of Connecticut and New Jersey, the cities Jersey City, New Haven and Bridgeport offer numerous attractions such as Coney Island and Yale University. Tourists can pick any number of sights to see in the New Jersey/New York Metro area while visiting. Explore some of the many natural and historic sites like Fire Island,the Hamptonsor the Montauk Point Lighthouse. No matter where or how you spend your time in the magical and bustling New Jersey/New York Metro, you will leave with a yearning to return.

    New Jersey/New York's Top 10

    10. Empire State Building As an iconic symbol of architecture and business, visitors must go to the top viewing deck and get a bird’s-eye look at the New Jersey/New York Metro.

    5. Staten Island Ferry This famous ferry runs between the boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island every day in the New Jersey/New York Metro area.

    9. Grand Central While visiting and getting around the New Jersey/New York Metro, tourists will travel through this massive terminal whose ceilings are painted with constellations.

    4. Beardsley Zoo This is a great zoo in the New Jersey/New York Metro that features everything from ‘Zoo-events’ to the Farmyard and endangered animals.

    8. The Natural Museum of History at Yale Dynamic dinosaurs, colossal creatures and more await visitors who come to this famous university in the New Jersey/New York Metro.

    3. Central Park Located in the heart of the New Jersey/New York Metro, this park is known throughout the world and attracts thousands of visitors every year.

    7. Washington St. in Hoboken Visit this old city in the New Jersey/New York Metro area and experience shopping, dining and sightseeing.

    2. Times Square Your trip to the New Jersey/New York Metro area would not be complete without taking a taxi or walking the vibrant streets that are pulsating with energy.

    6. Metropolitan Museum of Art The MET is always hosting events and exhibits, so stop by this grand museum that has been a part of the New Jersey/New York Metro since 1874.

    1. Statue of Liberty This is the finest attraction in the New Jersey/New York Metro and is a must-see for tourists.

    New Jersey/New York Metro History

    • Statue of Liberty – Take the ferry to see this statue given to the United States by the French in the late 19th century.
    • Ellis Island – Tour the island where immigrants stopped before entering the United States in the early 1900s.
    • St Patrick’s Cathedral – The biggest cathedral in America, St Patrick’s was built in 1878.
    • Empire State Building – Go all the way to the top of this skyscraper.
    • Grand Central Station – Free tours at given each week at this massive train terminal.

    New Jersey/New York Metro Art & Culture

    • Metropolitan Museum of Art – Spend a day at the biggest art museum in the world.
    • Carnegie Hall – See a classical symphony performance at this cultural institution.
    • Greenwich Village – A collection of vintage shops, niche restaurants and eclectic housing.
    • Chinatown – Take a day trip to China by visiting this neighbourhood.
    • Museum of Modern Art – Masterpieces by Andy Warhol and Pablo Picasso are on display.

    New Jersey/New York Metro Shopping

    • 5th Avenue – This street houses most of the high-end designer boutiques.
    • Times Square – One of the biggest tourist destinations in New York City, Times Square has signature shops, including FAO Schwartz, Sephora and Virgin Records.
    • Grand Central Market – A general market inside Grand Central Station.
    • Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market – Located in Harlem, this outdoor market dedicated to Malcolm X features Afro-centric art, clothing and home décor items.
    • South Street Seaport – Browse in this East River shopping plaza with over 100 vendors.

    Gay & Lesbian New Jersey/New York Metro

    • Queereoke – Held every Tuesday at the Metropolitan nightclub.
    • Hard Drive – A weekly gathering for gay men who are interested in role play and bondage.
    • G Lounge – Meet up with other LGBT individuals at this gay hotspot.
    • Vauxhall – A regular performance session, Vauxhall includes gay and lesbian cabaret acts.
    • girlNATIONnyc – Lesbians can dance the night away with go-go girls and cheap shots at this weekly gathering.

    New Jersey/New York Metro Outdoor

    • Central Park – The most famous park in New York, Central Park is the place to be.
    • Hurricane Harbour Water Park – A seasonal water park with water coasters, tubing, slides and a kids’ play area.
    • Atlantic City Boardwalk – Stroll down the famed boardwalk in Atlantic City, featuring surf shops, casinos and an amusement park.
    • Bronx Zoo – Animals from all over the world are exhibited at this outdoor zoological preserve.
    • Astroland – Take the kids to this historic amusement park on Coney Island.

    New Jersey/New York Metro Sport

    • Go to Madison Square Garden to watch a New York Knicks basketball game.
    • Book a tubing trip down the Delaware River.
    • Take the subway to the Bronx to watch the New York Yankees play baseball.
    • Go whale watching off the coast of New Jersey.
    • Visit the Arena at the Meadowlands, where the New York Jets and New York Giants play.

    New Jersey/New York Events

    Kick off New Year’s at the Times Square New Year's Eve Party and watch the ball drop with a million other people in the New Jersey/New York Metro area.

    For more than 20 years the Hoboken St. Patrick's Day Parade has been celebrated in the New Jersey/New York Metro. Come enjoy food, fun, entertainment and all things Irish.

    In May, the Bridgeport Scottish Festival and Celtic Gathering has the New Jersey/New York Metro area packed with events like highland dancing, weaving, and workshops for the whole family.

    June is calm and relaxing in the New Jersey/New York Metro area with the New York City Wanderlust Festival. Visitors can come and enjoy classes, dancing and music at this yoga-inspired event at Pier 63.

    A Taste of White Plains has the New Jersey/New York Metro area filled with the smells of decadent sweets and delicious savoury bites for visitors and residents alike. There are also activities like car shows, moon bounces and a block party.

    If you visit the New Jersey/New York Metro area in July, marvel at the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks over the Hudson River.

    The Annual New York International Salsa Congress-Dance and Music Festival is the largest Latin event and draws attendees from all over the New Jersey/New York Metro area in the month of August.

    Catch the fall spirit at the Rye, NY Boardwalk Arts and Music Festival. Visitors coming to the New Jersey/New York Metro area will love strolling along the boardwalk at Playland and enjoying music, arts and crafts.

    At Thanksgiving, make your way to the New Jersey/New York Metro area for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, which has been boasting floats, bands and entertainment for more than 80 years.

    When December comes in the New Jersey/New York Metro, be sure to watch the Christmas Tree Lighting in Rockefeller Center.

    When To Go

    In the fall, the New Jersey/New York Metro area is in its peak season with comfortable temperatures. Also, the trees are in the midst of their leaves changing so the region is covered with colors.

    January through April are the coldest months. The temperatures may either be extremely cold or tolerable and mild in the New Jersey/New York Metro area. Average daily temps during the winter range from 27°F (-3°C) to 52°F (11°C).

    Summer in the New Jersey/New York Metro area comes during May through August. The city can be great from late spring to early summer, but as summer really gets going, the humidity picks up and the temperatures can reach a balmy 87°F (31°C).

    Getting There

    By air, most flights will come into La Guardia International, JFK Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport. Flights arrive daily at all three airports for those travelling to the New Jersey/New York Metro area.

    There are several long-distance bus services that run to the New Jersey/New York Metro, which are Greyhound, Peter Pan and the New Jersey Transit Bus. The terminal for these buses is located at New York City’s Port Authority at 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue.

    By train, the New Jersey/New York Metro area is served by two stations, Grand Central and Penn Station. Various trains like the Amtrak and Long Island Railroad arrive and depart from both stations daily. Penn Station is located at 34th Street and Seventh Avenue, and Grand Central is on 42nd Street and Park Avenue.


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