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A perfect location to get away from the noise. We walked from our hotel to the cable car and were able to enjoy the views going across and back. It was very peaceful and still covered in snow. The views of Manhattan were amazing, helped...More
A perfect location for jogging or cycling while barely hearing the noise from Manhattan and Long Island. It does not convey a sense of community with high rise condo and the Cornell university and tata center . A nice tramway back to manhattan. The 4...More
Went over because we had heard about the views. Really peaceful and a nice break from the city. Wouldn't recommend if you are pushed for time but if you have a space in your day why not. Trams ok. Station near to Bloomingdales.
This is a place to visit for sure, and yo don´t miss !
Price is included in transport tickets, and getting there is free as well.
You must take the elevated tramway, and from the beggining the views are very nice.
Once there, i suggest...More
Had read about this island and thought, yes must take a look. Took the cable car 🚠 which was great, the views back were amazing and reasonably priced. Had a look round the island which isn’t massive but the views back to Manhattan are the...More
WOW, who knew this island even existed? After taking a quick tram ride (with great views) my husband and I were able to walk around the island. Definitely check out the small pox hospital and the Roosevelt Memorial. I would not eat on the island....More
Visited Roosevelt Island to explore and see the lighthouse. Easy to get there on the F line. Great walking paths on both sides along the river that lead to Lighthouse Park. The whole island is rich in history, has some shops to visit and when...More