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Flying into Beautiful Newark

Situated in New Jersey’s Gateway Region, Newark is the largest city by population in the state. Just 14 miles from Manhattan, Newark is also the second largest city in the New York metropolitan area. Divided into five wards, you can enjoy everything from bustling urban sites to quiet suburban locales.
Roundtrip Flights to Newark
Washington (DCA) Newark (EWR)Fri Jul 10-Sun Jul 12$393
Washington (IAD) Newark (EWR)Fri Jul 17-Sun Jul 19$426
Washington (DCA) Newark (EWR)Fri Jul 24-Sun Jul 26$370
Baltimore (BWI) Newark (EWR)Fri Aug 07-Sun Aug 09$427
Washington (DCA) Newark (EWR)Fri Aug 14-Sun Aug 16$384
Hotels in Newark
Hilton Newark Airport
3.8
1399 reviews
$119 avg/night
The Westin Jersey City Newport
3.9
1339 reviews
$179 avg/night
Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel
4.1
207 reviews
$129 avg/night
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Arriving in Newark

If you’re traveling by air, you’ll land in one of three terminals at Newark Liberty International Airport, which is about 4 miles from downtown Newark. You’ll find a Welcome Center in each terminal as well as passenger lounges and restaurants. U.S. Customs is located in Terminal C. More than 30 airlines fly out of the airport including American, Delta, US Airways, United, and Virgin America.

Traveling In and Around Newark

Getting around the airport, to parking lots, and the rental car areas is made simple with AirTrain Newark. Hop aboard to travel between terminals and to restaurants. You can also pay a fee to ride AirTrain Newark to NJ Transit and Amtrak rail links, where you can be transported to other cities in New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia. Another simple method of traveling from the airport to the city is by taxi, which costs about $10.

Best Times to Travel to Newark

Visitors flock to Newark in early summer before the heat and humidity settle in and in the spring when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Fall and winter bring fewer crowds but are also the time for some great festivals like Brazilian Independence Day Festival, the Columbus Day Parade, United Nations Day, and Sarah Vaughan Jazz Festival at Newark. Fortunately, air and hotel prices remain pretty consistent throughout all four seasons.

Newark’s Must-See Sites

While in Newark, visit the Thomas Edison National Historical Park, which is centered around Edison’s laboratory and home. At Branch Park, roughly 1 mile from downtown, you'll see more than 4,000 cherry trees—the largest collection in the country— color the landscape in April. Take in a concert at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, or enjoy gospel and jazz music while dining on Sunday brunch at The Priory on West Market Street.

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