New York, New York Cruise Port

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About New York, New York

The question is never What will I do in New York? but rather, What won't I do in New York? With over 18,000 restaurants, 150 world-class museums, and more than 10,000 shops filled with brand names and bargains from around the world, New York City has something for everyone. And that's not including the shows, landmarks and history that make New York one of the finest cities in the world.

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PrettyUnlimited

Our family of 4 lives in NJ. We took a train & cab for less than $100 to get us all to the ship. Got to the ship at 11am. Ate lunch on the ship at 12:30pm! My 6 yr old son was in the hot tub with the city skyline behind him. Great moment! So much easier than flying. No luggage restrictions and so much cheaper!!!

marebello

It was easy to get a cab to the Manhattan port. It will save some time and money to get off at 12th Ave & 48th St instead of driving into the entrance on 55th st. The attendants will take your luggage on 48th St. New York is a great place to explore.

Visited: Jul 16, 2017

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