Discover Nesva Hotel - New York City Area Guide

We invite you to come experience the cultural wealth of New York City. There are so many things to discover, we guarantee that you won't be able to fit everything into one visit and you will soon find yourself coming back for more.  We've selected the most iconic sights and incredible places so you can enjoy the real New York City. Best of all, we've listed free and inexpensive attractions so exploring won't put a dent in your wallet!

Divulge into what the city that never sleeps and is constantly changing has to offer. There's no other place in the United States quite like New York City. Where else can you choose from more than 18,000 eating establishments, 150 museums, 400 art galleries, 240 theaters, 500 dance spots, 60 live music spots, 90 institutions of higher learning, and 10,000 shops and boutiques? The one and only, New York City!

See the city from the Top of the Empire State Building's observation decks or Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center. Visit the famed Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Midtown is less than 10 minutes by taxi or subway from Nesva Hotel New York City Vista and is a sightseer's dream with Carnegie Hall, Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building and St. Patrick's Cathedral, as well as the bright lights of Times Square and the big theatrical productions on Broadway. Try to take it all in and capture the energy of this amazing city.


Getting Around the City

The best way to get around New York City is to walk. For longer trips, the City has an extensive public transportation network of subway trains and buses that operates 24/7. Bus stops are located roughly every two or three blocks; subway stations are about 10 blocks apart.

Fare for most riders on subways and local, limited, and Select Bus Service buses: $2.90.
Express buses cost $7.
Tap to pay your fare with your contactless credit/debit card, smartphone, or OMNY card, or pay with a MetroCard.

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Discounts are available for seniors (ages 65 and older) and students.

*Customized route itineraries are available from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's online Trip Planner (