Some popular regions in New York State include...
New York City
New York City is like no other city in the world. It is magnificent in its size,
population, height, and diversity. New
York City offers a plethora of activities -- visit the world-renowned Empire
State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Ellis Island, Manhattan
and Battery Park. Choose sightseeing tours, visit landmarks and museums, experience
the extraordinary nightlife, or take in a Broadway play. Over 40 million people
visit NYC each year, and we hope you plan to be one of them.
Located in Western New York State between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, Niagara
Falls is one of the most outstanding spectacles on the North American continent.
There are three main waterfalls, American, Canadian (Horseshoe) and Bridal Veil
Falls, each in a different stream of the Niagara River. Other attractions in
the region include Letchworth State Park, Buffalo, Lake Erie and Lewiston.
Thousand Islands Seaway
The 1000 Islands are 1870
islands which extend along an 80km (50-mile) stretch of the St Lawrence River
between New York State and Ontario. Tour the Islands or the Erie Canal on a
cruise boat, and watch spectacular sunsets over the St Lawrence River and Lake
Ontario. The region is full of opportunities for people who love the outdoors.
Sailing, scuba diving and whitewater rafting are popular, as are skiing and
snowmobiling in the winter.
Each year Long Island attracts visitors
from around the world. It's no wonder with it's endless beaches, beautiful sunsets,
vast fishing, vineyards, and the famous parties in Hamptons. Long Island has
historic sites, mansions, hiking trails, golf, festivals and professional sports.
Bucolic pastoral scenes and quaint villages are found on the eastern side of
Located in Northern New York, the Adirondacks
region contains over 2,400 lakes and ponds, thousands of miles of rivers and
streams, 2,000 miles of hiking trails and, of course, the Adirondack Mountains.
Lake Placid is located within the six-million
acre Adirondack Park, the largest park in the continental United States.
Whether you're looking for an antique shop, cross country or down hill skiing,
a canoeing trip, rock and ice climbing, a family activity, a great concert,
a spectacular golf course, or you just want to spend some downtime at one of
the region's first-class spas, you'll find all of it in the Catskills,
New York State.
Hudson Valley is where you'll
find friendly people, the most interesting places, fascinating activities, glorious
landscape and the highest concentration of significant historical locations
anywhere in America.
World-renowned for its production of award-winning wines, this natural wonderland
offers one of the most visually stunning and peaceful getaways in the United
States. The Finger Lakes region
of New York State is well-known for its spectacular lakes, beautiful forests,
and the vine-covered hills.