How to Visit NYC as a Group

New York City is filled with incredible sights and experiences, and what better way to see it all than with a group of your friends or with your family? Traveling as a group can be a bit more complicated than planning a solo visit, but with a little advanced preparation, your group can have a great, stress-free time in NYC. It all starts with a van rental from VTI Van Rentals. From minivans to 15-passenger vans, we have the perfect van rental for your crew. Give us a call at (718) 313-0757 or make a reservation online

Van Rental to NYC

Think Through Your Housing Needs

Although you might not be spending much time in your hotel or Airbnb apartment, it’s important to think through what you need. You’ll be spending a lot of time walking around and exploring, so comfortable sleeping arrangements are a must. It’s tempting to pile people into a small space to save money, but everyone knows sleeping on a couch isn’t as restful as a proper bed. Consider spending enough to allow everyone the space and privacy that they need. 

Plan Each Day – But Leave Room for the Unexpected

You’ll definitely want to see the “crown jewels” of NYC – The Met, Central Park, Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, etc. So plan 2-3 hours of group activity each day, and plan to eat one meal together. The rest of the day? You may want to leave it up to each individual or couple. That way, everyone will have a chance to do their own thing or a special interest activity. And you’ll still have plenty of opportunity to bond and share stories. 

Choose the Right Ride

With a van from VTI, your group will have a stress-free ride into the city. Excellent customer service is our top priority at VTI. Reservations are always guaranteed, and all units are test-driven and well-maintained. In addition to van rentals, we also rent SUVs and production vehicles. Contact us at (718) 313-0757 to learn more about any of our SUV or van rental options in Brooklyn, NY, or to request a reservation.

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