Indianapolis is a city that s perfect for any traveler who loves sports, fast cars and scenic areas such as the White River State Park. You can book your flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) when you want to fly from New York to Indianapolis. JFK is located east of Brooklyn and south of Queens, and you ll be able to get there by taking the 678 freeway or by using the local subway system. Your flight time to Indianapolis from JFK will take approximately one hour and 40 minutes.
If you re a football fan, you will be able to take a trip to the Lucas Oil Stadium located off the 70 freeway near the White River to watch the famous Indianapolis Colts play a home game. Northwest of the stadium is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. When there isn t a race going on, the speedway is a great place to go and view some of the history of racing. The White River runs through the city, and there's a vast park along the river near West Washington Street. The park is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic or go for a jog, and you can visit the Indianapolis Zoo while you re there.
The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is conveniently located off the 70 and 36 freeways in the southwest part of the city. One of the biggest events of the year is the Indianapolis 500, which takes place in May. The summer months in the city can get quite humid, and the winters are prone to moderate snowfall.
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