By: Sahil Luthra
A hub for culture, the arts, food and sightseeing, New York City is on many travelers' bucket lists – and for good reason. Everyone can find something to enjoy in the Big Apple.
The tumbling, frothy falls – more than 3,100 tons of water flows over the edge every second – are the star attraction in this New York destination that borders Canada.
Water lovers can canoe or kayak on Saranac Lake or go boating on Tupper Lake; hikers can tackle the area's 2,000-plus miles of trails; and skiers can shred powder on Whiteface Mountain near Lake Placid
Considered America's first wilderness because of their role in starting the American conservation movement, southeastern New York's Catskill Mountains beckon to outdoor enthusiasts.
A romantic New York getaway, The Finger Lakes region appeals to travelers seeking a relaxing retreat with lovely scenery.
Travel about 60 miles southeast of Manhattan to reach this 32-mile-long, car-free barrier island. On Fire Island, you'll find several charming communities, including Ocean Beach
The state's third-largest city (by population) is a superb place to visit if you're traveling with children. In Rochester, you'll discover several kid-friendly museums, including The Strong National Museum
Ever since the Mohawk Indian Tribe came to Saratoga Springs and discovered its mineral waters, which were believed to have restorative properties, the town has blossomed into a popular vacation destination
This 118-mile-long island is frequented by New Yorkers looking to escape the city to relax on white sand beaches and with a glass of wine.
Syracuse provides activities and attractions to satisfy every type of traveler. For culture hounds, this city in the middle of the state offers numerous museums, art galleries
Nicknamed the Grand Canyon of the East because of its impressive gorge, Letchworth State Park draws outdoor enthusiasts in droves