Welcome to New York State! Home of Yankee Stadium, NYC pizza, the Adirondacks, Madison Square Park, the Catskills mountains, Radio City Music Hall, Lake George, and Niagara Falls.
For starters, the international hub New York City claimed by some as “the most celebrated city in the world,” rests here, on the shores of the Hudson River. New York City is the largest and most populated city in the United States. This city is home to over 8 million residents and is a truly unique and wonderful place to visit. There is so much to do and see in the Big Apple. You can take in an award winning show on Broadway, followed by dinner or dancing at a club downtown. During the day, you can head to famed 5th Avenue for a complete New York shopping and dining experience. Be sure to check out Rockefeller Center, where you can tour, shop, eat and catch breathtaking views of New York City. Or visit the Empire State Building, the tallest building in the city. Last but not least, take a ferry ride out to Ellis Island where the Statue of Liberty stands tall and welcomes travelers into the United States.
New York has much more to offer than just the world-famous city of Manhattan. Head to the Catskills, east of the city, for some rugged outdoor adventures. Here you can hike, bike and take in beautiful views of this extremely rural region. You can also plan a camping trip to Adirondack Park, which is a State Park the same size as Vermont! Head to upstate New York and take a cruise to Niagara Falls, a very popular US attraction. Last but not least, visit the big city of Buffalo and sample the famous, local Buffalo wings.
Finally, a trip to New York isn’t complete without a visit to the Hamptons! This area of beach villages, million dollar mansions and incredible views is an extremely popular vacation spot for many New Yorkers and travelers worldwide. There is plenty of great New York shopping, dining and recreation available here. A visit to the Hamptons is a truly luxurious and unforgettable experience.
New York State is packed end to end with unique things and people to see. Plan your next trip for New York and let RealAdventures help you get there!
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Seneca Falls, New York Bed & Breakfasts - All the comforts of home in a gracious, historic setting. 5 rooms all with private, ensuite baths. Some with whirlpools and all with a delicious home made breafast, too. Make Barrister's your "touchstone" as you explore the glorious Finger Lakes
Aurora, New York Bed & Breakfasts - The Aurora Inn reopened June 4th, 2003 after a year-long, multimilloin dollar renovation. 10 exquisite guest rooms, some with balconies and fireplaces, all with private baths. Lakeside restaurant offers outdoor dining with spectacular views.
Niagara Falls, New York Bed & Breakfasts - Affordable luxury-overlooking the spectacular Upper Rapids only 1500 ft from the brink of the Falls. Chosen as a Top 10 Getaway by Fortune magazine, featured in the NY Times, Chicago Tribune & Boston Globe. Niagara's only 3 Star B&B Inn & Restaurant.
Syracuse, New York Bed & Breakfasts - Experience this 1818 Greek Revival mansion listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Located on the Erie Canal near Syracuse. Featuring King suites with two-person whirlpool tubs, fireplace, private balcony, dock, TV-VCR, full breakfast.
Niagara Falls, New York Bed & Breakfasts - 1917, stately three story brick home. Four air conditioned guest rooms, all with private bath. Within walking distance to the Falls, attractions, casinos and Canada.
Lake Placid, New York Hotels & Resorts - The Adirondack Inn is located in the heart of the village, directly across from the Olympic Center. Complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub. Adjacent to Mirror Lake. Newly renovated. Walking distance to shops and restaurants.
Lake Placid, New York Hotels & Resorts - "Your spotless, all seasons motel for couples and families!" Situated in the beautiful Olympic Village of Lake Placid, Town & Country Motor Inn offers resort living in the heart of the magnificent Adirondacks. Perfect for any ski or golf vacations!
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