Vacations can be a little difficult to navigate. First, you might not have your car, especially if you needed to travel by air to get to your destination. There is also the fact that you will not be familiar with the area, and the traffic laws may be different as well. There are other options, and you can find a method of travel that works best for you.
Cars are a mode of transportation that you are probable comfortable with. You may have your car with you, if your trip required you to drive to your destination. For those cases, it is important to double check the local rules of the road, as there may be some differences. You may also want to invest in a GPS unit that can help you navigate the new location. For cases where you travelled by air, you can rent a car to provide transportation during your stay. Car rentals may also offer GPS units to help you get where you are going. Public transportation, buses, or trains may be an option, which you can access instead of dealing with driving.
There are other things you can do to get around. These are usually paired with motor travel, to allow you to visit all the sights you were hoping to see. Walking is a great way to get short distances, and it can help you stay healthy on your travels. Many hotels have services that are located within walking distance, just for this reason. For longer distances biking may meet your needs. You probably won’t pack your bike with you on an airplane; however you can find a bike for hire in Central Park. These rental places will usually offer to rent out the required safety equipment as well, check with them to ensure you will have everything you need.