How to get from Newark Liberty Airport (EWR) ✈️ to Manhattan / New York City
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is the second largest international airport of New York City and is located about 14 km southwest of the main city center. Upon arrival, you can reach downtown New York City by Regional train, Bus, Taxi, Uber, Lyft, Welcome Pickup, Car Sharing or Rental Car.
This guide compares all available airport transfers at Newark Liberty Airport (EWR) according to classic travel factors. This includes travel time, cost per person (pp), a short route description and official links to book or buy tickets.
Overview of all transfer options from Newark Liberty Airport to Downtown New York City (Manhattan)
• The optimal transfer depends on the number of travelers, budget and available time.
• There may be waiting times at the taxi rank if there are high volume of passengers. In this case, a pre-booked transfer (e.g. via Welcome Pickups) is the more faster and comfortable option.
Rental Car from Newark Airport (free AirTrain to Car Rental Center, station P2 & P3) to New York City, to Manhattan, to your accommodation & more
Route from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to downtown New York City (Manhattan)
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1. More than 800 languages are spoken in New York City
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