Take Martz Curbside Express to NYC This Holiday Season

Martz Curbside Express is a direct trip to midtown Manhattan with no stops! Round trips to New York City are available for $50 throughout the month of December. Curbside buses depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays from the following locations: Misericordia University, Greenridge Plaza, Marywood, University of Scranton, Wilkes University, King’s College or the Wyoming Valley Mall.

Aside from this great deal, there are plenty of things to do in the city throughout the month of December. Here are some suggestions:

What to Experience on Your Curbside Trip

See Holiday Window Displays on 5th Ave
Stroll down 5th Ave to see well known stores such as Bloomingdale’s, Barney’s and Lord and Taylor go all out with unique window and store displays. 5th Ave is just a short walk from our drop off location at Port Authority and is the perfect way to start the day in the city. The tree at Rockefeller Center is also nearby, and we suggest seeing it in the morning before the crowds draw in.

Winter Villages in Bryant Park and Union Square
If you are looking for one of -a kind -gifts for friends and family, make sure to stop by Bryant Park Winter Village or Union Square Holiday Market. There are vendors selling plenty of NYC themed art, gifts and tree ornaments. Well known Manhattan eateries will also have pop up shops, such as the famous edible Cookie Do and Max Brenner hot chocolate.

230 Fifth Rooftop Lounge
Recommended by the Travel Channel, 230 Fifth Rooftop Lounge located in the Flat Iron district (about a 20 minute walk from Port Authority) offers one of the best views of the city, and even better, life size insulated snow globes where you can gather with friends and enjoy winter style drinks!

Don’t let the winter weather keep you from exploring the city. Make sure to book today while spots are available.