|Port of New York Shuttles|
||New York City is considered the cultural capital of the United States, and has been ever since it was officially founded in 1788. It is the most populated city in the United States of America and has been for over 250 years.|
In order to get to your cruise, you will need to take a bus from the Port Authority Bus Terminal, where you will be dropped off. In order to do this, you will need to figure out which subway you will need to take to get to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, which may vary according to your location. When you are finished with your cruise, shuttles are available to take you back to the city.
About the Port of New York
The New York Area and Tourism
If it is not sports you are looking for, maybe you would enjoy a trip to one of New York’s wide array of theaters and art establishments which include, but are certainly not limited to, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the Vivian Beaumont Theater, the Metropolitan Opera and, of course, Broadway. Ballet is a popular attraction in New York as well and don’t forget to take a trip to one or more of the city’s many museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and New York City Museum of Modern Art.
The city is known for its New York style cheesecakes, pizzas and bagels and shops sell them in abundance. You could also go for some coffee at one of New York City’s over 290 Starbucks coffee shops. Real Estate and business gurus will love walking down Wall Street, home to the world’s two largest stock exchanges, The New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ. Take a ride on the Staten Island Ferry, the world’s biggest ferry route, or even better, a ride on the New York Subway, which provides 24/7 service with its 468 stations in operation. If none of these things appeal to you, there is solace in New York City’s parks, bridges and architecture, which are famous around the globe. Coney Island and the numerous lighthouses within the area are also a worthwhile attraction.