When flying out of LGA, it can be hard to find cheap airport car parking in a pinch. Most guests go straight for on-site parking at LaGuardia Airport, but off-site lots can be much cheaper and are extremely convenient. Generally, they are all located just a few miles away from LGA and provide complimentary shuttle services to get you to and from the airport. You’ll know your vehicle is safe and sound during your travels without having to worry about paying an expensive bill upon your return.
LaGuardia, JFK International, and Newark Liberty International make up the largest airport network in the United States, with 112 million travelers using New York airports in 2013. With new government-funded renovations coming to LaGuardia according to an announcement by Governor Andrew Cuomo in January of 2014, this airport is poised to become a modernized hub that’s sure to be a delight for all kinds of travelers.
While Terminal A may only have the Revive Bar, the rest of the airport is home to many dining options for the hungry or thirsty traveler. For instance, Terminal B has no less than five Au Bon Pains, five Auntie Anne’s, a MexiJoe’s, a Five Guys Burgers & Fries, and numerous other scrumptious places to indulge.
For some excellent dining experiences in Terminal C, Artichoke Pizza, Victory Grill, and Cibo Express Gourmet Markets are all highly rated restaurants to grab a bite at. Lastly, Terminal D features Cibo Market, Custom Burgers by Pat LaFrieda, and Bisoux Market to satisfy your food cravings. There are many more offerings throughout LaGuardia, so there’s no reason for you to go hungry.
Technofiles will feel right at home in Terminal B with numerous locations like Best Buy Zoom Shop, the InMotion Entertainment store, and Mpulse. If you forgot your sunglasses at home and need a place to pick up a pair, never fear! Sunglass Hut has exactly what you’re looking for. For some new clothes, stop by the Life is Good store to mix up your style. Knick knacks, including jewelry, watches, and little gifts for loved ones, can be found at Duty Free Americas.
In Terminal C, you’ll find a smaller selection of shops, though you can still find an InMotion Entertainment and Cibo News & Gifts. Travelers that need to get away and relax for a moment can visit the XpresSpa for a good pampering from relaxation professionals. Unfortunately, Terminal D doesn’t offer any stores at this time, though you can still get your shoes shined if you’d like.
Depending on how much time you have in New York, it’s worth a visit to some areas outside the airport. For a great, peaceful walk or picnic, visit the 843 acre plot that is Central Park. The serene environment and the view of the tall buildings of NYC will help put your mind at ease, so take a few minutes out of your busy schedule and visit this wonderful park. Into more touristy activities? That’s no problem. Take the ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty for a full day of historical learnings and a lovely view of the surrounding ocean.
If you have a moment, visit Times Square and admire the astounding sights and sounds of this beautiful city. Shoppers can head over to the Rockefeller Center and don’t hesitate to head up to the Observation Deck for an unforgettable view of the city without the crowds that await you should you choose to go see the Empire State Building.
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