New York City

1. How can I get from my hotel to the event venue?
United Nations Headquarters and the Marriott Marquis Hotel are both easily accessible by public transit. We recommend using the MTA Trip Planner to figure out the best way to reach both venues from the location where you are staying. While we encourage all participants to utilize public transportation, taxicabs and other car services such as Uber are also always available to take you from point A to point B in NYC.

2. What's the best way to get around New York City?
We recommend taking advantage of New York City’s extensive public transportation system. Visit the MTA’s website to learn more view schedules, fares, and maps. New York City is also a very walkable city, and depending on the location of your accommodations, it may be easy to walk to attractions and restaurants.

3. What is the typical climate like in New York City in June?
Spring/early summer is the best time to be in New York City, bringing warmer weather with less humidity and temperatures ranging from 50-80 degrees Fahrenheit, although June occasionally sees a 90 degree day. The average high temperature in June is 74 degrees, and the average low temperature is 59 degrees.

4. What is there to do in New York when I'm not at the Leaders Summit?
Anything you’d like! Fast-paced, energetic, and diverse, New York City has something to offer everyone – no matter what your interests are, you can indulge them here. Epicenter of the arts, dining, and shopping, and home to numerous museums, parks, and attractions, there is no shortage of things to do in New York City. Visit the official guide to NYC to plan your visit.

5. Can I take a tour of the United Nations while I'm in New York?
Absolutely! View more information on the Guided Tour schedule and ticket prices here.