The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Times Square, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art are just a few of the innumerable attractions available in the city that never sleeps.
On the Canadian border between Ontario and New York, the magnificent natural wonder is situated. Visitors have two options for getting to the base of the falls: either by boat or by helicopter.
Beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and wineries are found in this area. In addition to hiking and skiing in the winter, visitors can take a boat tour on one of the lakes.
This beautiful mountain range offers outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and skiing. The Adirondack Park is the largest state park in the contiguous United States.
A group of small islands located in the St. Lawrence River, it offers a unique opportunity to see the historic castles, lighthouses and to explore the nature.
This region is known for its picturesque towns, like Hudson and Rhinebeck, as well as its historic sites, such as the Vanderbilt Mansion and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum.
Known for its stunning beaches, vineyards, and historical sites like the Vanderbilt Mansion and Montauk Lighthouse.
This city in upstate New York is well-known for its stunning Victorian buildings, mineral springs, and horse racing.