10 Best Places to Visit in New York State – Travel Video

A delightfully diverse place, New York State is much more than just the bright lights, entertainment and world-class museums of the Big Apple. Exploring ‘The City That Never Sleeps’ is a must, but visitors that venture further afield will come across wonderful wineries and natural attractions. Gorgeous lakes, charming college towns upstate and even world-famous waterfalls beckon outside of the famous metropolis. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in New York state.


21 thoughts on “10 Best Places to Visit in New York State – Travel Video

  1. Off topic and I apologize. New York state is a great place to spend an extended vacation. It was on our radar to buy a second home in the North Country for June through October. The climate is almost perfect summer and fall. Unfortunately, the state has lost their mind with the exorbitant 2.5 to 3 percent annual property tax rate. These counties have steadily lost population for the last 50 years and home prices are also losing ground and sitting vacant. I had a long conversation with a local real estate executive and he explained that the state has abandoned these outlying counties forcing them to raise their taxes to unprecedented levels to survive. I asked why would anyone move to this area. His reply was there's no reason to which is why these areas are in a steady decline.

  2. I'm so happy to even see this video. This video video makes me feel like I'm in New York.
    New York always favorite cities of all time.
    And I already make a wish, and my wish is to visit this cities.
    U have no idea how much I love this cities

  3. As someone who lives in New York City, I would have preferred if you left us out. We already get enough attention, while the state that shares our name is often overlooked.

  4. Great high level information and selections. But this video would be more informative if it added details. For example, the Hudson River Valley section shows many aerial shots, but doesn't identify any of the places. As someone who's about visit the Hudson River Valley I'd love to know what's being shown.

  5. I lived in Yonkers for the first 23 years of my life, and then in Brooklyn for 5 years, until I moved to Arizona, where I have lived for the past 43 years. I miss a lot of things about New York. It's a great place. . . if you can afford to live there (and don't mind snow in the winter).

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