Newark, New Jersey is the largest city in New Jersey. Newark is close to many other large cities, such as Manhattan and Atlantic City. As a leader in aviation, the home of the Oreo, and America’s third oldest city, Newark is certainly an exciting place to visit.
Although only eight miles from Manhattan, there are plenty of sites to see and activities to do right in Newark! Visit the Victoria Theater and the Prudential Hall in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center to see a variety of art and cultural events. Learn about natural science and the arts in the Newark Museum, which is the largest museum in New Jersey. It features 80 galleries, which include Asian, African, and American collections. If you’re interested in shopping for clothes and shoes without paying taxes, head over to The Mills at Jersey Gardens, which has over 200 stores, making it the largest outlet mall in New Jersey. If you want to experience the beauty of nature, visit Branch Brook Park in the spring to see over 4,000 cherry trees blossom at the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. Branch Brook Park has more cherry trees than anywhere else in the United States!
If you are looking to explore the area around Newark, there are a variety of options. Take the subway to Harrison, New Jersey, a suburb of Newark, to see Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls play in one of the country’s top soccer venues. If you’re in the mood for cake, try visiting Carlo’s Bakery in nearby Hoboken, which is the home of the Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro. Head over to Jersey City, which is just two hours away, to visit the famous boardwalk to go shopping and explore the beach.
There are several neighborhoods to choose from when deciding where to stay in Newark. If you prefer to be in a more lively, downtown environment, we recommend staying in the Central Business District. If you would rather stay somewhere more suburban, Upper Vailsburg is a good place to stay. For a more high-end experience, the Ironbound District is the ideal place. Wherever you choose to stay, Tripping can help you compare all of the rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews, and more. Book your Newark vacation rental today!
Newark’s public transportation has a great reputation as one of the best networks in America. Newark Liberty International Airport makes it easy to get into Newark or to any other major city on the East Coast. You can take the train straight from the airport to New York City or multiple cities in New Jersey. Use the NJ TRANSIT mobile app to buy round trip tickets ahead of time! To get from the airport terminal to the trains, you can take the monorail called AirTrain, which runs 24 hours a day. Once in Newark, you can take the local bus or subway to reach most popular destinations.
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