Travel Guide

The Bronx, New York City 

Getting In

From Outside New York City


By Plane
The nearest airports to the Bronx are in New York City’s borough of Queens. JFK Kennedy International Airport is the larger airport handling both domestic and international flights. The relatively smaller LaGuardia Airport handles flights between U.S. cities and the Canadian cities of Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa. Another airport is Newark Liberty International Airport in neighboring New Jersey. From the airports, arriving passengers can take the shuttle bus or cab to the Bronx.

Taxis at JFK Airport, New York City

Taxis at JFK Airport by Sergio Calleja

By Train
New York’ Citys Penn Station, in Midtown Manhattan, handles Amtrak trains arriving and departing between various destinations in the Northeastern Corridor of the United States. Penn Station also handles Amtrak trains traveling between as far as Florida in the south, Chicago in the west, and Toronto and Montreal in Canada. The New Jersey Transit and the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) commuter trains traveling between neighboring cities in New Jersey also arrive at Penn Station. From Penn Station, there are subway trains and cabs to the Bronx. 

Penn Station, New York City

Amtrak Terminal at Penn Station by NHRHS2010

By Bus
Greyhound is a major operator of intercity buses with an extensive network of routes linking New York City with various cities and towns across the United States. The main bus terminals for Greyhound buses are Penn Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, both located in Midtown Manhattan. From these two terminals, arriving passengers can take the subway trains or cabs to the Bronx.

Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York City

Port Authority Bus Terminal by Hudconja


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