Car Rental in New York - John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport
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If you are arriving in New York, chances are that your plane lands at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport. This airport is located some nineteen kilometers from Manhattan and it is a perfect point of departure to explore not only New York but also the whole East Coast. If you rental a car you will quickly be on your way to the shiny New York or the best spots in Massachusetts and Vermont. From the JFK Airport the best choice to quickly reach New York is by hiring a car in one of the several car rental agencies (among which there are Alamo, National, Avis, Budget, and Hertz.) On GoCarrental.com you can reserve your car well in advance. You can choose the best vehicle for your needs and, as a plus, your car comes with a great discount. When in the airport, you only need to collect it from the car rental agency desk by showing your international driving license, your credit card (as a warranty), and a valid ID.
What to do in New York - John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport
The John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport serves New York and lies nineteen kilometers away of Manhattan city-island, the heart of the New York. It is hard to discuss New York from a touristic standpoint. After all, this is the city that never sleeps. In addition, it never tires! The quality and quantity of its sights is as extended as not to leave a single empty minute in your journey. If you are into art, we suggest Soho Quarter with its trendy art galleries; and some mega-museums such as MoMa (Museum of Modern Art) and Met (Metropolitan Museum of Art). Perhaps you prefer to take a walk in Central Park or on the High Line, an outstanding urban park built on an elevated section of a disused Railroad spur with a view on skyscrapers. If you are lured by New York’s shopping aura, the fifth avenue is your cup of tea. While a rental car is especially comfortable for night movements, it can also be a good way to extend your area of interest beyond Manhattan. The city has very interesting and famous boroughs as well, such as Brooklyn - nowadays perhaps New York’s coolest quarter, because of the number of young artists residing here. Cross the magnificent Brooklyn Bridge and rest in the Brooklyn Bridge Park, situated right below the bridge and in front of Brooklyn Heights. The old piers have been turned into parks with hills and benches from which you can have a wonderful view of South Manhattan. Finally, go to the Bronx to see a baseball match of the amazing New York Yankees.
A walk on the High Line
A visit to MoMa – Museum of Modern Art
Sitting on a Brooklyn Bridge Park’s bench and contemplate Manhattan’s skyline
Driving near New York - John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport
You do not need to channel your time on New York only. By hiring a car at the JFK Airport you can let your fantasy run wild and choose where to go to. If it is summertime, go to the Hamptons. In these humble villas in Long Island’s eastern end, rich and well-to-do people spend their weekends. Otherwise, a small trip takes you to Washington where you can see the famous White House; or in Philadelphia, which is even closer and hosts the Amish community with its particular lifestyle. Boston is also close-by. There you can see the fascinating European quarters and the famous Cambridge.