Fly on the cheap with United from New York EWR to Dallas, Texas and vice versa for only $111 for a round trip!
The Big Apple has so much to offer to its visitors! Go to Broadway, 5th Avenue, Central Park or just walk along the streets, the iconic bridges and don’t miss the chance to visit numerous spots where your favorite American movies were filmed in!
Manhattan Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the East River. It connects Lower Manhattan with Downtown Brooklyn. Built in 1909, it is noted for its innovative design and considered to be the forerunner of modern suspension bridges.
The 2 km (1.3 mile) stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge is an amazing opportunity for admiring the New York skyline. Built between 1869 and 1883, this famous landmark is one of the oldest and most recognizable suspension bridges in the world. With its Gothic-shaped arches, it spans 1,83 km (5,989 feet) and connects Manhattan to Brooklyn across the East River. You can cross the bridge in a car, on a bike, or on your feet. There is a pedestrian walkway situated above the traffic, where you can enjoy the view of the harbour and both shores.
Find out more about New York in our short guide: Destination Fly4free: New York >>
Travel dates at the advertised price:
Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of April – May 2023
New York EWR – Dallas – New York EWR
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While in New York, we suggest you the Lic Plaza Hotel with excellent reviews, breakfasts included and conveniently located close to Queensboro Plaza Station (just a 10-minute by subway to reach Manhattan and Central Park).
If you plan to hire a car for your trip, we encourage you to book it on Kayak >>
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