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About Manhattan

Manhattan, NY Travel Tips

With tons of fun attractions and an impressive array of theater and live music, Manhattan, NY, is the cultural hub of the East Coast. Constantly buzzing and consistently crowded, Manhattan is quintessential "New York" for tourists. Try out some activities like shopping on Fifth Avenue, catching a show at Rockefeller Center, or spending hours at one of the area's dozens of famous museums. Families hoping to experience everything New York City has to offer should book a reservation at one of our many Manhattan apartments for rent. By choosing to stay in one of our Manhattan rentals, you are guaranteed to be right in the middle of the action! With so many things to do in New York, the last thing you want to worry about is finding the perfect Manhattan apartment. Rentals from us are guaranteed to be high-quality. All of our online reviews are from real customers, so you can trust that we’re on your side.


While staying in one of our Manhattan, families will be happy to know that New York has an excellent public transportation system. Taxis are one of the easiest ways to get around, but they aren’t usually the fastest. A taxi ride in the city is generally no more than $10-$15. It’s also easy to get around Manhattan by walking. Because the streets are in a grid pattern, finding your way shouldn’t be too difficult. The subway is definitely the fastest way to travel, and it’s also the most economical. You can save time by planning your trips ahead of time.


There are hundreds of places to shop in Manhattan - and many of your favorite brands probably have store front in this expensive and lavish area. Some of the most freqeunted shopping areas are The Shops at Columbus Circle, Midtown Comics Times Square, and Rockefeller Center.


You won't go hungry in NYC. There are street vendors on every corner, restaurants are open almost 24 hours, and there's always the fall back of a slice of pizza. You can't turn your head without seeing an offer for food. You'll be so busy, that sometimes sitting down for a full meal might be seen as a road block to your bustling time in Midtown. Whether you like sushi, Mexican, Asian fusion cuisine or just subsist on milkshakes, you'll be fine eating in Midtown. Don't miss out on some of the best bagels in America for breakfast, or some award-winning pizza.


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