Long Island is easily accessible by air, rail, land and sea. Just a 30-minute train ride from Manhattan, Long Island is New York City’s beachfront backyard. Fly directly into Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) located in the middle of the region. For additional service, fly into John F. Kennedy (JFK) or LaGuardia (LGA) airports in Queens. Hop aboard the Long Island Rail Road for service to 124 stations on Long Island and car-free access to white-sand beaches, historic lighthouses, Gatsby-era Gold Coast Mansions, championship golf courses and more!  

Set sail aboard a ferry to visit Fire Island or Shelter Island or to travel between the North Fork and the South Fork. Call a car service for a guided tour of wine country. Convenient travel services and mass transit options are available throughout the region. 

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