New York City Travel Guide
Learn More About the City That Never Sleeps
New York City is home to more than 8 million citizens from countries around the world. Known as the largest and first true melting pot in the United States, New York boasts exceptionally diverse dining and attractions in a variety of neighborhoods throughout its five boroughs.
Midtown East, the neighborhood Renaissance 57 calls home, is a lively neighborhood that blends office buildings full of major business headquarters with street-level storefronts containing boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops and upscale stores. Our onsite Navigator can let you in on local favorites like a delicious restaurant just around the corner or a must-visit music venue a couple of subway stops away.
Get prepared for your trip with our New York City travel guide:
New York City Climate:
|Season|| Winter |
| Spring |
| Summer |
| Fall |
|Avg. High (F°/C°)||42°/6°||61°/16°||83°/28°||65°/18°|
|Avg. Low (F°/C°)||29°/-2°||45°/7°||67°/19°||51°/11°|
United States Voltage Requirements:
|120 Volts||60 Hertz||A & B|
U.S. Dollar ($) Currency Conversion Chart:*
|Conversion||€0.75||C$ 0.99||£0.63||R$ 1.72||$0.93||¥77.02|
*Conversion rates are approximate. Please check exchange rates for updated information.