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Fly from Nice to New York

Non-stop to New York from Nice

Escape to New York

Have you always dreamed of seeing New York, of taking in its famous skyscrapers, wandering around Central Park, visiting the Statue of Liberty or seeing a Broadway show? Time to treat yourself with a non-stop flight to New York and take off for adventure in the Big Apple.

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  • Useful information for your trip to New York

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    The formalities for travelling to New York

    Once you’ve booked your flight to New York, you’ll need to go online to ask for your ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization), which is obligatory for entry into the USA. This authorisation must be done at least 72 hours before your flight, and is required before boarding any flight to the US. You will also of course need a valid passport. You can find up to date information on all entry requirements for the US on the US Embassy website.

    Your Nice-New York direct flight

    Your trip to New York starts at Nice Côte d'Azur airport. Rendezvous at Terminal 2 at your airline’s check-in counter at least 2 hours before your flight. This will give you time to check your bags, go through security, and exchange some euros for dollars at an Interchange counter for a stress-free start to your journey.

    Departure airportNice Côte d'Azur airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airportJohn F. Kennedy International Airport
    Arrival terminalTerminal 4

    Your arrival in New York

    Your Nice-New York flight will land at Terminal 4 of JFK Airport. Your immersion in New York living starts right off the plane. The airport is near Queens, about 15 km from the centre of New York. To get to the heart of the city, you can take one of the Big Apple’s emblematic yellow cabs, or hop on the Air Train to get to the nearest subway station. You can also take the bus, hire a car, or even get yourself a limousine.

What to do in
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New York is the city that never sleeps: there’s always something happening, day or night!

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  • Head to New York for a city break full of culture and night life

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    Vibrant, electric, dynamic, THE city of cities is the most coveted of destinations for an action-packed weekend getaway. Between culture and night life, it's true what they say: the city that never sleeps is an apt nickname. Culture by day, party by night: the perfect program for a city break.

    Check out the largest museum in the world by visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or the temples of contemporary art like MoMa and the Guggenheim. Beyond its museums, New York offers an unparalleled cultural scene: musicals, one-man shows, dance performances, concerts: you’re spoilt for choice. And if you love cities, you’ll also love the incomparable urban architecture with its unmistakable skyline.

    As night falls, let yourself get caught up in the frenzy that is New York night life. Take a lift up to one of the city's famous rooftop bars to start your night with a drink and take in the spectacular view of the city as it lights up. Soho and West Village also have a number of great bars. After that, continue your night on the town in one of the many night clubs of Midtown or Greenwich Village. Don’t forget to keep your ID on you - you’ll need it to get in!

  • The top 15 things to do in New York

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    We’ve put together a selection of the best places to see and things to do on your holiday:

    • Bask in the lights of Times Square
    • Head up to the Top of The Rock and take in the breathtaking view over the city
    • Visit the Statue of Liberty
    • Explore Central Park, by foot or bike
    • Cross the Brooklyn Bridge, the emblematic bridge that connects Brooklyn to Manhattan
    • Explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art and its one of a kind collections
    • Walk across the High Line
    • Visit the Museum of Modern Art and contemplate its 2 million masterpieces
    • Pay your respects at the 9/11 Memorial
    • Wander through Grand Central Station, the setting for many a film
    • Participate in a gospel service in Harlem
    • Go to an NBA game
    • Get tickets to a Broadway musical
    • Head to West Village for lunch in one of its many restaurants and cafés
    • Hop in a cab and tour around the city by night

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