From JFK Airport to a hotel in New JerseyBuy tickets now
If you are flying to JFK but are staying in New Jersey, you have quite the trip ahead of you. Depending on where you need to be in New Jersey, there are a number of options. You could take the train to, for example, Jersey City. However, you would need to change three times and then take a taxi to your hotel.
Taxi from JFK to New Jersey
I would not advise taking a cab because, as JFK is located in a different state than New Jersey, taxi drivers can charge a special rate. On top of that, they often drive through busy Manhattan which can lead to fares as high as US$150 – $200. Booking a car service or van with a driver beforehand is a better option and in most cases cheaper. You know the price (including toll and tips) before you leave and if you are travelling with more people, it’s an affordable option.
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