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Solo aquí puedes deslizarte sobre "El gran cañón del Este", el parque estatal Letchworth, en un paseo en globo aerostático; participar en demostraciones en vivo de soplado de vidrio en el museo del vidrio de Corning y degustar vinos galardonados de las bodegas vinícolas en los lagos Finger. Aborda la embarcación Maid of the Mist en las cataratas del Niágara y ve de cerca una de las maravillas naturales del mundo. Explora el museo en Catskills en el sitio del festival musical Woodstock de la década de 1960. Recorre el sistema de canales más largo del país, conoce una cervecería artesanal y descubra cuevas subterráneas en Nueva York Central. Revive la historia de la época colonial y la Guerra de las Trece Colonias en la región capital que rodea a Albany y ve una emocionante carrera en la cual los mejores purasangre del mundo compiten en el sitio deportivo más antiguo de los Estados Unidos, la pista de carreras de Saratoga. Haz un recorrido por dos castillos en Thousand Islands o disfruta espectáculos artísticos en una villa victoriana a orillas del lago en Chautauqua-Allegheny.

En la ciudad de Nueva York, cotempla un espectáculo de Broadway y la famosa silueta de la ciudad desde el mirador de un rascacielos o visita el monumento nacional del 11 de septiembre, un conmovedor tributo a la resistencia estadounidense. Para hacer el viaje en auto, conduce a través del hermoso valle del Hudson y haz una parada para probar la deliciosa cocina del famoso Culinary Institute of America. Recorre West Point, la academia militar más antigua de los Estados Unidos, y visita propiedades históricas como la mansión Vanderbilt y el hogar del ex presidente Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Sin importar la actividad que elijas, Nueva York te encantará... hay algo para todos.

I Love New York

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A rafting adventure on the Hudson River
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With over 84,000 kilometers of rivers and streams, nearly 200 kilometers of Atlantic Ocean coastline and 928 kilometers of Great Lakes shoreline, New York is steeped in water.

Looking out over the forested hills of the Adirondack Mountains
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Combine Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier and Olympic national parks, and Adirondack Park is larger than all of them put together.

Niagara Falls douses onlookers
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Niagara Falls State Park was the USA’s first state park.

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Niagara Falls State Park

Take a Maid of the Mist boat tour to get close to these famous waterfalls, or get doused by them on the Cave of the Winds’ Hurricane Deck. Visit the Discovery Center and Adventure Theater to discover the history of this powerful natural wonder.

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Strolling along the Walkway Over the Hudson

Walkway Over the Hudson

Once an 1868 railroad bridge, today’s walkway spans the Hudson River from Poughkeepsie to Highland and is one of the largest pedestrian pathways in the world. Walk or bike the loop trail, where Discovery Zones point out geographical and cultural features.

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The New York State Capitol in Albany

New York State Capitol

Located in Albany, the enormous New York State Capitol has been around since the 1880s. Take a tour to learn about the 19th century architecture, artistry and history embodied by this unique institution. Special exhibits are available throughout the year.

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Boldt Castle

The Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River play host to this Rhineland-style castle on Alexandria Bay, complete with 120 rooms and accessible by tour boat only. Spend the day exploring Alster Tower as well as the castle’s interior and its mystical gardens and grounds.

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Corning Museum of Glass

This museum devotes itself to telling the story of glass, and there is no shortage of gorgeous examples of the material throughout. Marvel at the museum’s architecture, learn to make your own glass and discover all kinds of fascinating creations, from mosaics and sculptures to glass eyes and artworks that prominently—and often curiously—feature the substance.

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National Baseball Hall of Fame

The USA’s most enduring pastime gets its due in this Cooperstown institution. Since 1939, the site has been honoring baseball’s greatest figures and their stories through exhibits, interactive displays and artifacts. Take a self-guided tour through the Hall of Fame.

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Erie Canal

This historic canal sprawls over 800 kilometers through the National Heritage Corridor. Explore 34 historic landmarks and places as well as national parks, forest and refuges. Cycle scenic trails, boat, fish and visit communities shaped by this important waterway system.

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View of Lake Placid from Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks

Adirondacks

Enjoy brilliant autumn foliage from a road trip along the Adirondack Scenic Byway. Bike, hike and even dive shipwrecks here, take a brewery or winery tour or just relax on a log cabin porch. Don’t miss climbing – or simply viewing – the 46 Adirondack High Peaks.

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Montauk Point Light on a clear day

Montauk Point Lighthouse

Perched on Long Island’s easternmost point, Montauk’s historic landmark is also home to a museum within its 1860 Keepers House. Climb 128 steps to the top of the tower to see the lantern room as well as the pretty hamlet of Montauk below and the Atlantic Ocean.

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Hunter Mountain

For year-round recreation, head to Hunter Mountain, set in the Northern Catskills. Ski or snow tube in winter, take a Skyride or zip line tour in summer and enjoy fishing, hiking, golf, shopping and dining when you aren’t on the mountain.

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Hot Air Balloon flying over Asheville, North California
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Experience Nueva York

División de turismo del estado de Nueva York

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Mark Twain Riverboat on the Mississippi in Hannibal, Missouri
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