Mostly known for its urban atmosphere of New York City, the vast majority of the State is actually dominated by magnificent mountains, forests, lakes, pastoral farmlands and vineyards.
We are sure that you will keep memories for a lifetime as the Empire State has it all!
New York City - The Big Apple
One city, five boroughs, and unlimited options!
Manhatan is a city like no other, a small island bristling with tall buildings, wealth and power, great museums (more than 120 within the NYC limits), the Empire State Building, the United Nations Headquarters, the famous yellow cabs, delis ready to sell you a variety of items at any time of the day or the night, and beautiful landscapes. Going to NYC is not so much about tourist attractions as it is about a certain feeling of exhilaration.
During the summer, head up to New York’s best rooftop bars with breathtaking views, go for a day and walk around Central Park, or check out a Broadway show. Who says it has to be expensive? Look no further as Broadway bargains is here to the rescue.
No matter what you're looking for, you surely will find it in New York City. What type of New Yorker are you? Discover which shopping, dining, arts and entertainment events fit you best, no matter what you're passionate about.
Want to see what’s happening real time in NY?? Check this out! Or take a photographic tour over the City that never sleeps. Meet the city by walking on its restless streets, take the subway or join a bus tour. NYC is a must see!!
But if you think NYC is the only interesting city to visit, you will be surprised with how many different cities New York State has to offer.
Westchester County - Hudson Valley Region of New York
Westchester County is primarily a suburban county with a bounty of attractions, including superior shopping, wineries and orchards, excellent dining castles, museums and galleries, historical treasures sites, breathtaking public gardens, petrified gardens, Hudson River cruises & tours, steamboat trips, the Playland Amusement Park, and year-round festivals.
Dating back to the days of the early Dutch settlers, Westchester County historical treasures offer visitors a glimpse into the United States’ history unlike any other. In the 1800s and early 1900s, the county expanded from small farm population centers to large urban areas fueled by railroads and canals that made the Hudson Valley a major link to the rest of the country. So take a trip back in time by visiting one of the many attractions found in the Historic River Towns of Westchester.
The Westchester County Parks offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. There are about 50 parks and recreational areas where you spend quality time doing some sports like hiking, biking, swimming, fishing, skating, or just spend quiet time in the outdoors. Take a pick at what awaits you here.
If you think you are done for the day, think again!! Join a tour and go underground to the Howe Caverns, an amazing underground world formed over the course of six million years …. and discovered by cows.
The beat goes on in Westchester County after dark, with dance clubs, theaters, pubs and many other entertainment venues.
… And after a whole week of work, why not head out for a weekend outside of New York?
Take a tour and meet the city of Boston, the "cradle of liberty," rich in history and traditions, sleek skyscrapers and historical architecture, beautiful parks, Shopping sites, pulsating night life and last but not least home of the Red Sox.
If you are in for the fun, board the “Duck”, a renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle, or just head down to the beach for some whale watching.
In Boston we are sure you won’t run out of fun things to do!!
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Famous as the birthplace of American democracy and the Declaration of Independence, home of the Liberty Bell, and great tasting cheesesteak…
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From its celebrated symbols of patriotism to its casual cafes and upscale bistros in the trendy streets of Georgetown, while the downtown district sizzles with Jazz sounds dancing out the windows of U Street's nightclubs (the "Black Broadway"), the Nation's Capital inspire millions of visitors every year and offers year-round inspiring experiences.
Only a handful of cities rival Washington, DC's history and influence. Home of the centers of all three branches of the U.S.government, the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, the U.S. Holocaust Museum and the Smithsonian will leave you with a lifetime of memories. Be sure also to visit all national landmarks and see world-class performers at the highly acclaimed Kennedy Center.
If you are looking to see the government in action or just sightseeing and have a glimpse at the Capital’s urban life, Washington will be a great trip to take.