Exploring NYC

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New York City Guide

You don't have to be a native New Yorker to act like one—not if you use our New York City Guide. Want to seamlessly travel between neighborhoods, find the city's best pizza or learn insider tips on hotels or permanent housing? Our New York City Web Guide points you to the Big Apple’s vast array of fun activities: Visit New York’s most famous attractions, see a show, catch the big game, attend a gallery opening, spot a celebrity and much more. We also offer a Spanish-language version of the Guide.

Exploring NYC

New York covers 12,000 square acres of land, has more than 8 million residents and hosts more than 40 million visitors per year. Taking on the city yourself may seem daunting. But the links below make exploring New York City's neighborhoods and its tourist sites a breeze, right from the comfort of your home, so you can plan your trip in advance.

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  • Neighborhood identities in New York are very strong. It’s not uncommon for a neighborhood to have a message board or forum for those who live there. For example, enter “Williamsburg forum” into a search engine, and you’ll find Williamsboard.com, a site for people who reside in the popular Brooklyn neighborhood.
  • There are lots of multiborough events that can give you a great excuse to experience new parts of the city. Being a spectator of (or participant in) the New York City Marathon and the Five Boro Bike Tour helps you explore all five of the city’s boroughs in one day.

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NYC Travel

Planning and implementing your New York City travel to and from the hectic regional airports and train stations can be a smooth ride. Find the help you need from the New York City travel sites below.

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  • Several shuttle buses travel every 15 to 30 minutes from the big airports to either Penn Station or Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. Don’t worry about reserving a spot for the trip, but if you need a ride from your hotel back to the airport, you’ll have to call in advance.
  • If you dont have a lot of luggage, the subway might be your most convenient and least expensive option. If you do have tons of luggage, you might have a hard time squeezing onto the usually crowded subway.

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NYC Maps

If you’re unclear about how New York is laid out, don’t worry: Many residents of the city really only know a select few neighborhoods. We’ve picked some sites with New York City maps to help you get familiar with the layout of the city's neighborhoods and boroughs.

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  • It’s not always easy to determine your destination’s neighborhood from the street address alone; look it up on Google Maps or Yahoo Maps before venturing out.
  • If you have to pull out a map in New York, imagine that the sidewalk is a highway and you’re a car. In other words, pull over to the side before you start reading it. In other words, pull over to the side of the sidewalk so you don't impede the flow of foot traffic.

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NYC Taxis

Yellow taxis are about as symbolic of New York as the Statue of Liberty, and if you’re in Manhattan you’ll no doubt see a few hundred New York City taxis meandering in and out of traffic. To help you understand the rules, regulations and courtesies of hiring a driver, take a look at the following sites.

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  • Although some taxis are starting to accept credit cards, it's generally a good idea to have enough cash on hand to pay for your cab ride. Call-in car services can usually accept credit cards (they’ll take your information beforehand).
  • You may see black, grey, silver, or white town cars around town, usually in areas with fewer yellow cabs. Most of these "gypsy cabs" must be called ahead of time for service but some people hail them from the street, even though this is not generally safe or legal. If you want to ride in a “luxury” vehicle, we advise calling a car service.
  • You can tell whether a cab is full by looking at the sign on the roof of the car: If it’s not lit, it’s occupied; if it’s completely lit, it’s off duty; if the middle section is lit, it’s available, and you can try to hail it.
  • If you're traveling outside Manhattan, the driver may have to pay a highway, tunnel or bridge toll, which will be added to your cab fare. To avoid any confusion, ask your driver before you get going whether you’ll pass through any tolls and how much they’ll be. Sometimes you can ask your driver to find a way around a toll but often this will make your ride longer and your fare higher.

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NYC Public Transportation

New York City has a fantastic public transportation system, run by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA). Millions of people use the subways, buses and ferries to get to work each day. In addition, tourists find public New York City transit a quick and cheap way to navigate New York's many sites. The sites in this section help make your New York City public transportation experience easy, interesting and as odor-free as possible.

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  • The MTA often does most of its maintenance and repair late at night or on weekends, which means that some subway lines may skip stops or not be running at all. Check mta.info for service changes.
  • If you are going to be riding New York City public transportation twice a day or more (such as to and from work) buying an unlimited MetroCard is an economical way to go. MetroCards can be purchased at almost any subway station.
  • Buses only take exact (coin) change or a swipe from your MetroCard.
  • Traveling late at night? Be prepared to wait for New York City public transportation. Subways run less frequently and with different routes late at night. If you take the bus, however, you can ask the driver to let you off at any point along the route (not just at designated stops), if that will make your walk home easier.
  • New York City has a number of express buses that run between boroughs. These buses are a speedier alternative to a regular bus but are operated by a party other than the MTA and won’t take your MetroCard.
  • The Staten Island ferry is free. This is a fantastic way to get a great view of the city (including the Statue of Liberty), visit Staten Island, or catch a Staten Island Yankees game. Visit the New York City Department of Transportation for more information and schedules.
  • Only a handful of subway stations are wheelchair accessible but the buses are all “kneeling” (meaning they get lower to the ground to let passengers enter with ease) and have wheelchair lifts. Access-A-Ride provides transportation for people with disabilities; visit the Web site to learn more.

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Walking in NYC

With the combination of bad traffic and public transit that isn’t always door-to-door, many believe walking in New York is a better alternative. To get the most out of those miles in your shoes, visit the following sites.

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  • Walking in New York may be slower than using public transportation but it allows you to see lots more of the city. You can even walk over the Brooklyn Bridge! This can be a great way to get a spectacular view of the city, especially around sunset. New York Magazine offers details for how to get there and what to do at either end of the bridge.
  • There are certain areas where walking can be extremely dangerous, such as the so-called “Boulevard of Death” (Queens Blvd.), where many pedestrians have been killed because of a quick-change traffic light. For some safe walking ideas, consult this feature article from Time Out New York.
  • If you prefer two wheels to two feet, visit the “Bike Riding in NYC” section of this Web Guide.

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Driving in NYC

You can drive your car around New York City; whether you’ll want to is another story. If you should choose to do it, use these sites to help you avoid getting lost, and steer clear of some potential pitfalls that can make driving in New York City a nightmare.

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  • Manhattan is probably the most difficult borough to drive in. You’re likely to encounter heavy traffic downtown, and parking is especially daunting. Often you’ll have to move your car to alternate sides of the street each day to accommodate the street cleaners. If street parking isn’t for you, be prepared to pay as much a month for a parking garage as you might pay for rent in a less expensive city.

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Bike Riding in NYC

Bike riding in New York City draws many to the streets en masse for its efficiency, excercise and excitement. This section equips the cyclist with all he or she needs to master the New York City streets on a bike. Look for the rules of the road, bike riding safety tips for New York City riding, cycling maps of the five boroughs and more.

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  • If you're taking your bike through the subway, you'll need to be sure that the station you plan to exit has a service/emergency door to get your bike through (if it's light enough, you could haul it over a turnstile but that's a last resort). Don't be alarmed if opening the door triggers an alarm; you won't be penalized.

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NYC Hotels

New York is an expensive place to live, and it can be an even more expensive place to visit unless you can find a New York City hotel that's affordable. In order to make your stay as comfortable and inexpensive as possible, you’ll want to do some online shopping around for a hotel that allows you to enjoy your visit to the Big Apple in the best way possible.

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  • In the outer boroughs, you’ll pay less for hotels, enjoy more quiet surroundings, and possibly uncover hidden New York gems. (And don’t forget your options in New Jersey, either!)
  • Look on craigslist.org to see if subletting someone’s house or apartment is a viable option for you, especially during the holidays. This can often be cheaper, and more comfortable, than a hotel.

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Apartment Search in NYC

An apartment search in New York City can be a hassle, but the sites below can help you every step of the way. Get acquainted with New York's diverse neighborhoods, learn where to search for an apartment, find general moving tips and much more.

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  • Classified ads are a great way to find an apartment but use your judgment. For example, if an ad tells you to bring a cash deposit when you come to look, it’s most likely a scam.
  • Most neighborhoods in New York have forums or message boards. If you’re considering moving to a particular spot, get a truthful picture of what it’s like by visiting those sites. You can find them by entering the neighborhood name + forum into a search engine.
  • If you’re using classified ads to look for apartments with brokers, you may catch a break by calling the broker that represents an apartment and asking her to tell you about other apartments that are unlisted.
  • It’s not impossible to find an apartment without a broker but it’s not easy. You’ll save money on the broker’s fee but you may have to settle on a less desirable place.

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NYC Restaurants

The city that never sleeps, or the city that always eats? Although New York has its mainstays—the pizza, deli sandwiches and bagels that have made it famous among food lovers—the city offers more than a few surprises when it comes to food and dining out. In this section we’ll help you narrow your New York City restaurant options and find exactly what you crave. Look for reviews by critics and fellow diners, top-notch delivery services, the lowdown on the biggest food events in the city and more.

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  • Often, the personality of a neighborhood is a good indicator of the personality of the cuisine you’ll find there. Upscale areas have fancier restaurants. Office-heavy neighborhoods like Midtown and Wall Street lack innovative fare but are full of mid-price lunch places and chains like Cosi and Guy & Gallard types of eateries, which are usually closed on the weekends.
  • If you’re new in town and feeling overwhelmed by the countless restaurants, trendy dishes and foodie culture, don’t forget the classics. New York is still a great place to grab a slice of pizza or a hot dog from a street vendor. In most cases, you can fill up for less than $5.
  • Many New York City restaurants don’t take reservations, in which case you should be ready to wait for a table. But a growing number of eateries are allowing online reservations, according to The New York Times.
  • The outer boroughs offer an outstanding array of ethnic foods and trendier upscale cuisines (especially in Park Slope and Cobble Hill in Brooklyn). Eating In Translation is a blog with sections about each borough.

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NYC Shopping

New York City shopping is like shopping in paradise, regardless of your budget. Whether you’re in search of designer threads or aching to score a perfectly faded vintage t-shirt, you can find it on a New York City shopping spree. In this section, we’ll show you where to find stores suiting your style and wallet, including New York City sample sales, flea markets, thrifts stores and a few surprises mixed in.

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  • You can find anything in New York, even a shoe store with its very own zip code, but you can’t do it all at once. Before you begin browsing the Web or the racks, it helps to establish a focus: what style are you going for? What is your price range? How far off the beaten path are you willing to tread? Once you’ve nailed down these essentials, finding stores, neighborhoods, and specific items is a piece of cake.
  • For smaller boutiques, try smaller neighborhoods (for example, SoHo and various neighborhoods throughout Brooklyn).
  • Becoming familiar with the layout of New York can ease your shopping exploits. Consult the transportation section of this guide if you don’t know Cobble Hill from Chelsea.
  • New York City flea market shopping has long been a favorite pursuit New Yorkers but according to New York Magazine, flea markets’ heyday might have passed as real estate threatens the landscape. Get out there before it’s too late!
  • If you’re short on cash and need a makeover, head over to a department store makeup counter. If you’re polite and ask the right questions, there’s a good chance the salesperson will try out a few products on you.

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NYC Entertainment

Why come to New York if you plan to stay in your room all day? Since you’re here, take advantage of the copious cultural opportunities available. Use the sites below as your guide to New York City entertainment. You’ll find general information about entertainment in New York, as well as specific information about theater, music, movies and museums.

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  • The arts and entertainment section of a local New York newspaper is always a good place to search for activities. Chances are, the more popular ones will be highlighted.
  • New York, as you’ve probably figured out, is full of people anxious to have a good time, and space at those good times often sells out quickly. If there’s an event you’d like to attend, call for tickets as soon as you learn about it.

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NYC Theater

The earliest documented performance of a play in New York was on Dec. 6, 1732. Since then, there have been plenty of opportunities to see all levels of New York City theater. Use the sites below to research and book Broadway shows and underground productions, and to find comedy clubs, dance troupes and more.

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  • There are plenty of sites out there that will try to scam you on the price of a Broadway ticket. If you’re buying a ticket to a Broadway show, whatever site you’re on will redirect to Telecharge or Ticketmaster when you elect to purchase tickets. (Smaller online vendors may service off or off-off Broadway shows.) If you need last-minute tickets and understand that you’ll pay more, purchase from a reputable third party.

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NYC Music Venues

We all know how to get to Carnegie Hall: Practice, practice, practice. But there are hundreds of New York City music venues and an abundance of shows happening every night. Below you’ll find music-specific listings, New York music blogs and information about special New York music events.

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  • New York is always attracting new artists, and sometimes it needs new places to show them off. New York Magazine offers this article about New York’s up-and-coming music venues.

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Movies and Film in NYC

Not only is New York City the backdrop for some of the greatest movies ever made, it’s also full of opportunities to see those movies. No matter where you are, you’re almost guaranteed to find a New York City movie theater within walking distance. And there’s easy access to top independent and foreign films, New York City movie screenings of old classics and plenty of free flicks.

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  • Movie screenings can often be found at places you might not expect, such as museums or libraries. For example, movie screenings at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, are free with the $10 admission to the museum.
  • In this section, we’ve listed unconventional movie spots and places to see movies for free. If you just want to see the latest summer blockbuster, try Fandango and search for movies in your zip code.

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NYC Art Museums and Galleries

If a trip to Africa isn’t in the cards for you, perhaps you’d like to visit an Egyptian temple that looks out on Central Park. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is home to the Temple of Dendur, and that’s just one of New York City’s museums. And of course, New York is home to many working artists as well, and you can see their work for free at galleries throughout the city.

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  • Some New York City museums are free, or pay-what-you-will, on Friday nights, when they often serve as a popular dating scene for young professionals.
  • Suggested admission means what it says. Don’t feel bad about paying a dollar—or a few cents—and heading in.

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NYC Nightlife

They call New York “the city that never sleeps,” and it’s not because everyone is lying in bed counting sheep. The New York City nightlife is notorious for some of the country’s most famous bars and clubs, as well as a cascade of local dive bars. Use the sites below to get the lay of the New York City nightlife land or search for specific spots.

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  • If safety is a concern for you, visit the NYPD page of NYC.gov for information about new “best practices” for a safer nightlife.
  • Depending on what sort of nightlife you’re interested in, you might find more useful information in the “New York City Art Museums and Galleries” section of this guide.
  • New York is expensive. You might find yourself paying $10 for a drink at a so-called dive bar and more than $20 at a place that’s considered trendy. But don’t despair; the sites below also direct you to a $2 beer.

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NYC Celebrity Sightings

Hang around in New York long enough and you’re bound to see someone famous doing something quite ordinary. New York City celebrity sightings are quite common. In fact, most people who live here have seen celebs buying coffee, taking their kids to school or even riding public transportation. But if you don’t want to leave your brush with celebrity to chance, there are a few ways you can increase your celebrity spotting odds. Seek out trendy hot spots, sit in a live audience or hang around the set of a movie in production. Maybe you’ll be inspired to take a shot at being in a movie yourself.

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  • There’s been a recent trend of popular movie and television stars trying their hand at live theater. Although some harsh critics say the quality of Broadway performances has gone down, your chance of getting a glimpse of your favorite star has gone up. Hang out near the stage door of the theater after a performance, and actors will walk by as they exit. Some are even willing to stop for autographs.
  • Remember to be respectful. In New York, there’s a good chance you’ll see a famous person on the street. While it’s exciting to see him or her, try to admire from a distance.

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NYC Family Events

For all of the sophistication and culture available in New York City, you’ll also be able to track down plenty of fun family events to please you and your children. If your whole family will be coming with you to New York, take some time to explore the Web for New York City family events and activities everyone can enjoy.

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  • Exhibits for many of the attractions highlighted in this section change frequently. Check the Web sites often for a calendar of events or a “Plan Your Visit” page to see if anything interests your family.
  • Children’s museums are abundant in New York City. The sites listed in the “for general event listings” subsection offer some recommendations and insight into the best museums the city offers. We’ve also provided Web addresses for some other popular museums.
  • If you’re among the people who feel that New York is too expensive for your family to enjoy, take some time to thoroughly explore the sites we’ve recommended here. Some events are pricey, but we’ve also found sites that recommend free or low-cost activities for families.

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NYC Sports Teams

If you’re a sports fan, following New York sports teams can certainly keep you busy. The New York metropolitan area is home to more major professional sports teams than anywhere else in the country. A total of 10 teams in MLB, the NFL, the NBA, the NHL and MLS are scattered around New York, New Jersey and Long Island, and that doesn’t include the many amateur and minor pro sport teams in the area. This section shows you what sports teams are right in New York City, where to find them and how to get tickets.

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  • Online ticket brokers like StubHub, BuySellTix and Vivid Seats, all of which can be searched on the Ninja Tickets search engine, often offer cheap tickets, but their service and reliability leave something to be desired. If you absolutely need a ticket, pay a little extra and use team sites or Ticketmaster.

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NYC Sports Leagues and Fitness Centers

If New York only conjures up images of models in stilettos and stockbrokers chain smoking, then a large part of its active and athletic population has been ignored. The parks are filled with New York City sports leagues, buildings boast New York City fitness centers and the streets are filled with runners, cyclists and joggers. The sites below cover the full spectrum of New York’s sports community.

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  • The sites here can help you find teams and pick-up games, but you might also consider posting an ad on Craigslist to find an activity partner.
  • Employees of sporting goods shops may have insider information and advice about a particular sports community.

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NYC Parks

New York City’s skyline is its thumbprint and, in many ways, its identity. But at ground level you’ll find that amid this urban landscape are New York City parks and green spaces that rival its most notable monoliths for their aesthetic beauty, ingenuity and architectural significance. Find the great outdoors within the city limits: Use the Web to guide you through New York City parks, community gardens and hidden gems.

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  • In addition to parks, New York City has a multitude of public gardens. Most notable are its botanical gardens, which can be found in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island. If you were wondering, a botanical garden is different from a regular garden because special emphasis is placed upon categorizing and documenting the plants.
  • One way to get involved in community improvement (and meet like-minded people) is to become a citizen pruner, parks volunteer or tree steward. See the “To play a role in maintaining New York’s parks and trees” subsection below for more information.
  • "New York City Trees" by Edward S. Barnard is a field guide to the trees of New York City and its environs. Produced with the assistance of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the New York Tree Trust, this book shows you the best places to see trees, how to find the city’s greatest trees, and more.
  • For those who think that the bird population of New York consists solely of pigeons (which most New Yorkers call “flying rats”), "Red-Tails in Love" by Marie Winn recounts the romance between a pair of hawks who made their home on the ledge of a luxury apartment building on the edge of Central Park.

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NYC Pet Care

Sometimes, the best medicine for dealing with New York’s cutthroat, dog-eat-dog atmosphere is a dog … or a cat, bird, turtle or chinchilla. Use the Web to discover New York City pet care resources, ways to connect with other pet owners and other valuable information for pet care in the big city.

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  • Because there are so many Web sites out there dedicated to dogs, we have included a few more dog links than cat links here. No offense to cat owners, of course.
  • Many of the sites below list dog walkers and pet hotels but naturally it’s the places that advertise that get the most exposure. Try to do more research on a specific place before you make a decision, either by word of mouth or by typing the name into a search engine.
  • For more information on pets, consult the findingDulcinea Pets Web Guide.

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Finding NYC Doctors, Locksmiths or Other Help

It has been said that New York is the city that never sleeps. That’s bad when you’re trying to get some pillow time in your hotel overlooking Times Square, but good when you’ve found yourself in a bind. Few cities in the world offer such a wealth of assistance around the clock. The resources below make it simple to find a New York City doctor, locksmith, plumber or public restroom anytime.

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  • The directory sites listed below also offer valuable information on other topics. Use them to find restaurants, shopping locations, car services and transportation, gyms, travel services and more.
  • Many of the businesses you’ll find in the directories are also reviewed on editorial sites like Citysearch and Yelp. If you have time, run a search on a business or clinic you might visit to get customer reviews.

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