The New York Times Travel Show


The New York Times Travel Show is the largest and most well known Travel and Tourism Trade Show in the nation. Boasting over 800 exhibitors from around the world, it is the biggest annual event for Travel and Tourism Professionals.


How to get there?

The Javits Center is located in Midtown Manhattan at 655 West 34th Street on 11th Avenue between 34th and 40th streets, NYC. La Guardia Airport is the closest airport to Midtown but JFK and Newark are easily accessible as well. Public transportation includes subway, bus and ferry.

For more specific directions visit the Javits Center’s website.

Where to stay?

Hotels around or near the Javits Center include The Gem Hotel- Chelsea, New Yorker Hotel, the Quality Inn Midtown, the Radisson Martinique and The Jade Hotel just to name a few.


The Big Apple has no shortage of places to eat. In fact it has more Irish Pubs than Dublin itself! If you’re feeling adventurous just take a walk and pop in wherever catches your eye.

What to do?

For both industry insiders and car fans alike the NYIAS offers more than enough exciting unveilings, panels, and more! Getting a little tired of the show floor? You’re in luck New York City is right outside…

New York City

Near the Javits Center in NYC are the 9/11 tribute center, Times Square the Empire State building, NYC waterway tours, and location tours. There are many dining opportunities in and around the Javits Center from fine dining and local bars. Or just walk around and explore on foot the wonder that is NYC.

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