New York City
New York City, a cultural, arts, food, and sightseeing mecca, is on many travellers' bucket lists for good reason.
The tumbling, frothy falls - more than 3,100 tonnes of water flows over the edge every second - are the main attraction in this New York-Canada border destination.
Over 6 million acres, the Adirondack Mountains are home to hundreds of communities, lakes, valleys, and trails.
The Catskill Mountains in southeastern New York are known as America's first wilderness because of their role in launching the American conservation movement.
The Finger Lakes
The Finger Lakes region of New York appeals to travellers looking for a relaxing retreat with beautiful scenery.
This 32-mile-long, car-free barrier island is about 60 miles southeast of Manhattan.
If you're travelling with children, the state's third-largest city (by population) is a great place to visit.
Saratoga Springs has been a popular vacation destination since the Mohawk Indian Tribe discovered its mineral waters, which were thought to have restorative properties.
This 118-mile-long island is popular with New Yorkers looking to get away from the city and relax on white sand beaches with a glass of wine.
Syracuse has activities and attractions to suit every type of visitor.