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While flying to New Jersey's largest city, you'll have plenty of time to plan an exciting itinerary. Downtown Newark is lined with historic art deco skyscrapers and impressive architectural landmarks. These recognizable buildings are inspired by the metropolitan skyline of neighboring New York City, which is located just across the Hudson River. Take a seat at the NJ Performing Arts Center to enjoy excellent live entertainment.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is one of the major portals into the New York Metropolitan Area. This has earned Newark the nickname of "The Gateway City." After you land in Newark, hop on a NJ Transit train to navigate northern New Jersey or take a direct ride to Midtown Manhattan's Penn Station.
You can also pick up a rental car straight from the airport. Interstate 95 and Interstate 78 link Newark with Jersey City, and other major communities in the northern region of the Garden State. Head to the Prudential Center, or Red Bull Arena to watch some exciting professional sports in downtown Newark.
A nonstop flight between McCarran International Airport (LAS) and Newark normally takes about five and a half hours. When you arrive in Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), you can board the AirTrain to travel between all terminals, car rental facilities, and parking lots.